INTRO: Who among us doesn’t grow up, and at some point in our lives we long for the exciting, happy lives of fairy tales. When we are young, our parents read us stories of far off lands, and of fantastical creatures, and of happily ever afters. There is some irony, I think, in that many of these stories…
Pastor Tom Campbell • Park Place Baptist Church • Sermon • • 4 views • 38:16
Our message this morning is "How David Sees War" (Psalm 144:1-15) and takes on the dilemma of how believers should view warfare and the taking of human life in war. But let's make it more personal and relevant; how does this pertain to the Christian today that carries a weapon or owns a weapon with the potential of taking life from someone made in the image of God? Isn't David's psalm just a spiritual analogy instead of a physical reality? That is the heart of the message this Sunday morning.
4th of July
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 0 views
Psalm 144 was a favorite text among pastors and chaplains in the American Revolution. David was considered the ideal soldier possessing both Spiritual and Warrior toughness. In Psalm 144 David requests God to grant him victory over his enemies.