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Davidisms: Illustrative Alliterations

Alliteration produces soothing sounds, and is a common feature in poetry. Alliterative words are linked together thematically, spotlighting the subject they’re describing; it’s why they serve as great ways to remember something.

Writers love alliterations. Maybe God does too?

Memorize these alliterations describing God and recite them to yourself as you go about your day.

The Mercy of the Master

The Kindness of the King

The Grace of God

The Sovereignty of the Savior

Let this alliance of alliterations about the Hero of Heaven be yours today and forever!

It’s when you know God’s true character that your faith grows. And without faith, it’s impossible to please God (Hebrews 11:6).

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