1 Samuel 20:1-17 NASB Promises of Friendship Partnership in Friendship Peace from Friendship
1 Samuel 17:13-18, 32-37, 42-51 Overcoming the lie that we are too inconsequential Overcoming the lie that we are too impotent Overcoming the lie that we are too ill-prepared
A Matter of the Heart 4 Samuel did what the Lord said. When he arrived at Bethlehem, the elders of the town trembled when they met him. They asked, “Do you come in peace?” 5 Samuel replied, “Yes, in peace; I have come to sacrifice to the Lord. Consecrate yourselves and come to the sacrifice with me.” Then he consecrated Jesse and his sons and invited them to the sacrifice. 6 When they arrived, Samuel saw Eliab and thought, “Surely the Lord’s anointed stands here before the Lord.” 7 But the Lord said to…
Sunday’s Bulletin 1 Samuel 15: 10-31 The justification of our sin The severity of our sin The grief our sin causes.
1 Samuel 12:12-25
1 Samuel 10: 17-27
John Piper “I don’t need to explain everything. That He reigns and loves is enough for now” – John Piper. The Pleasures of God: Meditations on God’s Delight in Being God By John Piper 1 Samuel 9:1-17 God Makes Our Backgrounds to Matter God Makes Seemingly Small Things to Matter God Even Makes Sinful Choices to Matter
1 Samuel 8:4-7; 19-20 Have it Your Way – Burger King
(1 Samuel 7:2-8:3)
(1 Samuel 4:1-5,19-22; 5:1-5) Moralistic therapeutic deism is a term that was first introduced in 2005 by sociologists Christian Smith. Five tenets (sharing two today) The central goal of life is to be happy and to feel good about oneself. God does not need to be particularly involved in one’s life except when God is needed to resolve a problem.