2 Samuel: Kingdom Contrast
$17.00 – $30.00
David was a king in the worldly sense. He wore an expensive and extravagant crown that demanded respect. His kingdom advanced through a series of conquests against other people and nations. He had military might – power through brute force.
Jesus, on the other hand, was a completely different kind of king. Jesus wore a crown of thorns that invited mockery. His kingdom advances through serving others and self-sacrifice. His army was a ragtag band of 12 misfits, and they had very little military might. (The few times they actually tried to flex their military muscles, Jesus told them to knock it off.) Rather, his power was through love.
Two different kings. Two completely different kinds of kingdoms.
Artist: JIM LEPAGE
Museum-quality poster made on thick, archival, acid-free, matte paper. Ships in heavy duty cardboard mailing tube.