1 Samuel 13-18
Sometimes Our Brokenness Gets Us Right Where God Can Meet Us!”
1 Sam. 13-18
The Passions of our Flesh Can Lead Us to a “Banquet of Consequences”. But Even in our Brokenness, God Can Meet Us!
Genuine Repentance Opens the Door to Heart-Felt Worship to God and Authentic Ministry to Others!
Being a Man or Woman After God’s Heart Doesn’t Just Mean You Never Go Astray, But it Means Returning Back to the Father When You Do!
2 Samuel 12-18
Great Sin Results in Great Consequences But Through Genuine Repentance We Can Experience Greater Grace!
Hebrews 2:2; 3:12,13; 10:24,25
Not Only Do We Need to Be a Jonathan, But We Also Need a Jonathan!
2 Samuel 11
Covering Up Our Sin Hardens the Heart, But Confession Softens It
2 Samuel 11
How Is It Possible That The ‘Man After God’s Own Heart’ Can Fall So Hard? And What Can We Learn About Our Own Vulnerability to Sin, Its Consequences, and Our Need for God’s ‘Hesed’ Grace?
2 Samuel 7:18–10:19
Four Portraits of David That Demonstrate His True Heart For God.
2 Samuel 7
God’s Covenant to David Shows Us His Faithful Character and His Sovereign Power to Bring His Promises to Pass-For David and For Us.
2 Samuel 6
When We Learn WHO We Are Worshiping, Then We Will Understand HOW He Wants Us To Worship Him
Guest speaker: Bret Ellis
2 Samuel 2-5
God has a Sovereign Plan for His Kingdom and Nothing Can Stop It! But, Beware: Things can get messy along the way!
1 Samuel 31, 2 Samuel 1
Having a Biblical Theology of Death and Grief, Along with a Clear Conscience Will Help you Grieve Well.
1 Samuel 29,30
Like a Good Father, God knows When we Need to Learn from Suffering the Consequences of our Sin, and When We Need to Learn from His Compassion.
1 Samuel 28
The Consequences of our Sins Lead to a Death that Begins Long Before We Take our Last Breath
1 Samuel 26,27
Believing In and Rehearsing the Sovereignty of God Can Give You Courage and Keep You From Becoming Discouraged.
1 Samuel 25
The Story of Abigail and Nabal: Kindness Paves the Way and Wisdom Saves the Day from a Selfish Old Fool.
1 Samuel 24
It is only ‘natural’ to seek to promote and protect ourselves, but through the Holy Spirit, we are called to react ‘supernaturally’, which means dying to ourselves.
1 Samuel 23
If Your Trust is in the Fickle and Fearing Nature of Man, You Will End Up Disappointed. But if Your Trust is in the Character of the Sovereign, Faithful God, You’ll Find He Always Answers in the Time that He has Appointed.
1 Sam. 22:5-23
King Saul’s Pride Starts a Chain Reaction of Anger, Envy, Bitterness, and Death, Demonstrating the Truth of Jesus’ Words that ‘To Hate Your Brother is to Murder Him.’
1 Samuel 20:1-20:5
Your confidence in God and your character in the ‘normal times’ of life often reveal how you will respond in the desperate times of life.
1 Samuel 18-20
We are Called to ‘Soul-Level Relationships’, Which Center our Friendships Around God’s Love in Christ, and Seek to Reflect that Love to Others