We are on a journey through the book of Luke--this week we were challenged by the first few verses, about the author, the recipient, and the purpose. That doesn't SOUND challenging, but truly, it is.
Author: Scott Snyder (Scott Snyder)
David looks back at his life and has learned some important lessons that are so applicable for us today!
Pie & Praise is a favorite offering at South! We praise God in song and thankfulness, and then we eat pie! This is just the praise part.
Pastor Scott continues to pull out the highs and lows of King David's life. He is completely relatable, and that helps us learn so much from his life!
It was a Celebration Sunday - we had eight salvation stories shared, baptism, communion, and worship. You will be so encouraged to watch this service!
David was remorseful for his sin, so his consequences should have been small, correct? Well the Bible illustrates that consequences and punishment are two different things. David sadly had many consequences for his sin that affected him, and also his descendants.
Repentance is an important part of a relationship. But sadly, turning away from our sin does not keep the consequences of our sin from coming to fruition. David reaped the consequences of his sin, down the line in his family. We can learn much about sowing and reaping, from him.
We all know that we shouldn't sin, but what should we do when we inevitably, do sin? Pastor Scott shares a plan for what to do after we have wronged someone.
David wasn't where he should have been. This set him up for destruction. His idle hands and self-dependence opened the door for heinous sin to enter. This is a sermon you don't want to miss.
David had some opportunities handed to him, to do some counter-cultural acts of kindness. This was a challenging account, as we all have the same opportunities to give grace, day to day. Do we take the opportunity to be godly, or to be selfish?