Dr. John Barnett • Sermon • • 1,899 views
March 5, 2012 By John Barnett Read, print, and listen to this resource on our website www.DiscoverTheBook.org As we open to II Samuel 11, David has finally made it to the top. Giants are killed, enemies are dead, life on the run is over, and normal life has finally started for David. As we will see,…
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 1,338 views
Purity: Fleeing Youthful Lusts The world is obsessed with cleanness. Everywhere you look you see people with different hand cleaners and antibacterial soaps and lotions. People want cleanness outwardly, but purity in heart? That is not the case. Everything that we see in this world is saturated with…
Josh Kelley • Sermon • • 325 views
Inscription: Writing God’s Words on Our Hearts & Minds Part 28: King David on Finishing Well 2 Samuel 11-12 August 15, 2010 Prep: · Read key David stories (esp. Goliath and Bathsheba) · 062, skim leftovers (esp. p. 1) Scripture reading: 1 Samuel 16:1, 6-13 (Sarah Dunn) Intro: Great vacation, missed all…
Eleanor Emmott • Sermon • • 0 views
Jesus is the promised son of David... And of Bathsheba. David was Israel’s greatest king, but he did some terrible things. He committed rape, adultery, and murder. Bathsheba (who had very little say in the whole matter) bore the brunt of the cost… she became pregnant by the man who raped her, her husband was murdered, and her child died. But God can forgive and redeem even our most sinful decisions and the most terrible things that happen to us. David turned back to God in repentance, and kept his promises to Bathsheba. Their second son was Solomon, who became king. And in time, their descendant Jesus was born… the true King, Saviour, and Redeemer.