Today’s message is on 1 Samuel 17 – Have a listen; the story of David and Goliath might have more to it than you realized in childhood.
The 1 Samuel series continues with the 2nd half of chapter 16, in which the anointed king David brings worship psalms to the throne room of God’s rejected king Saul, bringing Saul relief from spiritual torment. Lots to learn from the story.
The series through 1 Samuel continues with chapter 16 vs 1-14a, in which David is anointed to be king of Israel.
“Eager to go, but willing to stay,” is the attitude we should have about the rapture—one of the lessons we learn about the rapture and return of Christ from the story of Lot and Sodom in Genesis 19. Part 3 of an ongoing series on OT passages and what they teach us about the end times.
Today’s message on 1 Samuel 15 features Saul’s rebellion and God’s subsequent rejection of his kingship, teaching us much about the crucial importance of obedience to the Lord’s commands, without excuses.
Guest minister Steve Kennedy brings a message on Psalms 90, a psalm of Moses, in which we are encouraged to seek God’s wisdom so that we invest our lives wisely, rejoicing in His mercy.