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Sermons on 1 Samuel 15 More sermons: 1 Samuel 15
Obedience, Not Sacrifice
Shared by: Damian Phillips on Oct, 2013
Summary: Saul disobeyed the Lord and expected Him to be pleased with his offering. God is more pleased by obedience. Many times we can disobey God and be blinded to our own sin. The purpose of this message is to help us become aware of disobedience.
Saul: The King Who Fell from Grace
Shared by: Eloy Gonzalez on Mar, 2009
Summary: Lent Mid-week 2: Message based on (but not adapted from) Concordia Publishing House mid-week lenten series. Saul was chosen to be the Leader of God’s people. By choosing to disobey God, he lost God’s blessing and his position as king. Our King of kings
Series: Kings of the Bible
Obedience over Sacrifice
Shared by: Greg Johnson on May, 2007
Summary: Why is obedience more important to God than sacrifice? Obedience is more important than sacrifice because we can sacrifice without loving God, but we obey God because we love Him. Jesus said (John 14:15 NIV) "If you love me, you will obey what I comman
Legalism and the spirit of witchcraft (Part 1 and 2)
Shared by: Jose Gomez Sr on Mar, 2006
Summary: God want’s us to walk in obedience but not blind obedience. That’s why He gives us a guide to follow.
Series: Legalism in the church
How We Can Reject God?
Shared by: Donny Tatimu on Feb, 2003
Summary: Unknowing can be a total destruction in our life. Sometimes we can do something fatal without knowing it. So many people today don’t know how many times they were reject God. This is a sermon based on Mark 6 about how a man can rejects God.
Shared by: Jack Warford on Oct, 2001
Summary: We must expect casualties while doing the work of the LORD! It makes no difference whether we are a Samuel or a Saul, we will have casualties, and too often they are caused by friendly actions. It comes with the territory and the ministry.