When the vision isn’t agreed upon amongst leaders it can be easily hijacked.
Pray The Word and Prepare for The Word
Psalm 119:65 You have done many good things for me, LORD, just as you promised. 66 I believe in your commands; now teach me good judgment and knowledge.
Read - 1 Chronicles 29:21-22, 1 Kings 1:1-2:12
David has already given the kingdom to Solomon but history again repeats itself with one of his sons trying to pry it away from Solomon. David is blessed to have those who inform him of what is going on and they anoint Solomon and squash the rebellion before it gains momentum. Sin is best dealt with early and before it gains momentum in our own heart and especially before it infects others.
Lord, I will take Your vision and repeat it as often as is needed for me and my family to commit to it!
As we end our journey through King David’s life we read the beginning of 1 Kings. We will journey through many of the Psalms but here is a quick summary of 1 Kings - https://www.gotquestions.org/Book-of-1-Kings.html
Had Adonijah not heard the speech that David gave to the people and to Solomon? Of course he had. What caused him to try and supplant his father’s plans and his brother’s rightful reign? Nothing more than the marring of sin upon the heart of man. Nothing less than the misleading nature of Satan. We must beware of our own hearts when power and prestige are ‘within our grasp’.