In this series, Jeff focuses on Benaiah and some of the characteristics he obtained in order to kill lions, giants, and bears - oh my! Well maybe not bears - but watch as Jeff teaches us how to fight like Benaiah.
“Benaiah knew what is was like to fight - and to fight close. Learn how to engage the enemy in all out offense.”
- JEFF VOTH
GROUP READING: 1 Kings 4:1-4
1. What is one of the first correlations Jeff talks about between Benaiah and David? (Hint: Worship . . . )
2. What is the second aspect of Benaiah’s fighting ability?
3. Often times we are taught to be on defense, but why is it important for us to learn how to engage the enemy?
4. What does this verse in 1 Kings tell us about Benaiah’s character? He went from killing lions in pits to Commander in Chief. Sound familiar?
Pray that God will give you strength to engage the enemy. Not to just be on the defense, but to get a battle plan on how to attack the enemy. He is relentless. We have to be as well.