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.
Sermon Category: <span>Life of David</span>
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?
David wanted to build the temple for the Lord. This is a good thing, right? Well, God's response to that may surprise you!
What is at the core of worship? We are still learning from the life of David, today, about what his worship looked like.
Nabal and Abigail enter the account this week, and David had some serious choices to make! God came through, I'll just say that.
In series of unpredictable events, David had the opportunity to take out Saul, who was in a vulnerable position. Through David's response we can learn some things! And David also is shown to be a Deliverer, a picture of Christ--our Ultimate Deliverer.
David was experiencing a time of trial and testing in his life, because God was wanting to produce some steadfastness in the one He chose to be the next king of his people, the Israelites. One by one, the crutches were removed. Pastor Scott shares how this can be a good thing.
Jealousy can have devastating effects on relationships--this is lived out by Saul and his relationship with David.
David is the small shepherd-boy hero of the account of David and Goliath, right? Pastor Scott takes us through what happened, and who the ACTUAL hero is.