I have watched this video at least a dozen times, and still laugh out loud. With every view, I catch new details that previously went unnoticed. Details or lies that slip by me. These two guys flip through Bible stories so quickly and with such unassuming charm that it's impossible to identify ALL the lies the first time around. It was made a few years back at a church to make a great sermon illustration and they nailed it.
David was a man after God’s own heart. (Acts 13:22) and that seems pretty obvious. After all, he was a good king and a mighty warrior. He fought battle after battle as cities and giants fell before him. Always ready to do right. But David had a conflict I think few can fathom. His conflict was with his King. King Saul brought David into his service and esteemed him – at first. Saul then grew jealous and before you know it Saul is trying to kill him. This is the stuff great epics are made of. David the next King, David his son’s best friend, David his daughter’s husband was now on Saul’s hit list.