Dr. John Barnett • Sermon • • 128,698 views
March 3, 2012 By John Barnett Read, print, and listen to this resource on our website www.DiscovertheBook.org Psalm 13 may be the very deepest of all the pits of life David endured. In this Psalm David is all alone and momentarily felt that even God had left him. Note the exact spot these events take…
Rey Cedillo • Sermon • • 3,737 views
Sermon: David the Faithful Servant 1-21-2007 Acts 13:22 After removing Saul, he made David their king. He testified concerning him: `I have found David son of Jesse a man after my own heart; he will do everything I want him to do.' 1 Samuel 13:14 But now your kingdom will not endure; the LORD has sought…
Danny L. Briles • Sermon • • 2,657 views
“God’s Call of the Righteous” (Part 5) COMMIT YOUR WAY TO THE LORD PSALM 37:5 We are sharing the message “God’s Call of the Righteous” as brought forth in Psalm 37. If you recall, Psalm literally means “plucking the strings of a harp.” They convey in words the inner most feelings of our hearts expression.…
Earl Hardy • Sermon • • 1,173 views
32 Attacked by Absalom 2 Samuel 17:1–18:18 Absalom was not content with obtaining Jerusalem and the palace and the concubines and many other things that went with the monarchy. No, he must go after David and destroy him. It is hard for decent people to imagine the condition of Absalom’s mind which moved…
God's Big Picture
We continue our series looking at the big picture of the whole Bible. Having seen the pattern of the Kingdom established in Genesis 1 & 2. And the Kingdom perish due to sin in Genesis 3. We then saw God's grace in action as he promises to restore the kingdom through Abraham and his descendants. This is our second week looking at how God's kingdom is partially realised through the people of God in the Old Testament. Thanks again to Vaughan Roberts and his book God's Big Picture.
josh s blake • Sermon • • 30 views
INTRO There will come a day when, for any number of reasons that may or may not be known, you will not know where God is. He will not be felt. You will find yourself feeling alone, scared and helpless. Psalm 38 (NASB95) 1 A Psalm of David, for a memorial. O Lord, rebuke me not in Your wrath, And chasten…
1 Samuel: A Heart for God
To the world, David and Goliath is the quintessential underdog tale, the epitome of the triumph of the the little guy (trivialized in much the same way as “a real cinderella story”). But to the thoughtful reader of Bible (and absolutely to the original audience), Goliath is far from being an insurmountable obstacle to the living God! In that light, pitting David as an underdog is just plain silly. It’s God against Goliath, and David becomes God’s man for the job. So we are meant to see how God raises up one who would be indeed be a true hero in Israel, and one who is meant to be seen most of all as a hero of faith.
Steve Hereford • Eastport Baptist Church • Sermon • • 11 views • unknown
INTRODUCTION This week I was reading from 1 Kings chapter two and was struck by what King David said to his son Solomon prior to his death and thought I would share that with you this morning with it being Father’s Day All father’s have a legacy to leave to their children As a father, my desire is to…
Mark Kolchin • Sermon • • 7 views
“Oh, What A Mess! Understanding the reasons for our failures in the faith and finding the way back Introduction for the Series Living at the shore as I do, it was a common thing for me to spend much of my time fishing and crabbing on the Barnegat Bay. From my earliest days, I can recall many times casting…
Advent: Prepare the Way for the Lord
Dustin Mace • Sermon • • 2 views
Because Jesus is the promised son of David and offspring of Abraham, He is perfectly qualified to be our Savior and King. But the line of descent to His birth is messy and broken, showing that He both saves and uses sinners for our good and His glory.