Mar 11, 2018
1 Samuel 8-11
We learn several key truths about the King from this text.  First, we are quick to reject God as our King.  Second, we easily become enslaved to other masters.  Third, God the King will give us over to our desires.  Fourth, God the King is gracious.
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  • Mar 11, 20181 Samuel 8-11
    Mar 11, 2018
    1 Samuel 8-11
    We learn several key truths about the King from this text.  First, we are quick to reject God as our King.  Second, we easily become enslaved to other masters.  Third, God the King will give us over to our desires.  Fourth, God the King is gracious.
  • Mar 4, 20181 Samuel 5-7
    Mar 4, 2018
    1 Samuel 5-7
    In this passage we learn that God advances His kingdom through judgment. We often don’t think about this biblical teaching, but we discover why we should rejoice in God’s judgment and what difference this makes for us today. We also see several ways this passage points us to Christ and why this makes us desire God’s judgments.
  • Feb 25, 20181 Samuel 4
    Feb 25, 2018
    1 Samuel 4
    By: (All)
    Dr. Calvin Wittman is our guest speaker and he preaches from 1 Samuel 4 about why we should not try to put God in a box.
  • Feb 18, 20181 Samuel 3
    Feb 18, 2018
    1 Samuel 3
     
    In this sermon, we learn about several barriers that often prevent us from hearing God’s Word: inexperience, apathy, and sin.  We also learn how we can overcome these barriers and hear from God.  We talk about what it means for us to hear God’s Word.
     
  • Feb 11, 20181 Samuel 2
    Feb 11, 2018
    1 Samuel 2
    God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.  We see this theme in Hannah’s song and we see it throughout the chapter.  We learn how the priests are arrogant and how God brings them low in his wrath.  Samuel is an example of humility, and he is exalted and shown grace.  We discover how this text points forward to the King, and how God’s wrath and grace meet in a unique way at the cross.