The proper effect of this topic should be to turn us from the contemplation of the man after the flesh to the man after God’s own heart, David (a type of Christ), who comes upon the scene in the latter part of the book and shows the contrast between faith and nature.
Samuel Ridout, a well-respected early 20th century writer, was born in Annapolis, MD on Oct. 22, 1855. He served among the assemblies for over forty years. He followed F. W. Grant in the editorship of Help and Food, and was associated with him in the work of the Numerical Bible. He wrote many books, articles, and Bible class lessons. He went to be with his Lord on Feb. 22, 1930.