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Application for I Kings 21 D1: the Interpretation/application chart: finish D2: What I hear God telling me is to take head of the second interpretation. That interpretation is to not abuse your power as a king. I take this into modern times as saying not to abuse the power you gain in a leadership role. I have been put into many roles where I must lead people and lead by example. That is what I take from this. I can’t abuse the power that I have in a leadership role. I can’t just do my own thing out of selfishness. I must think of the good of the people under my
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