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This message deals with us truly waiting for God to act rather than trying to rush God into handling our situation. David allowed God to Handle Saul in his laife
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Shared: 11/5/2012
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Learn from King David how to deal with people who cause you pain and hurt you.
Scripture: 1 Samuel 24:1-24:6
Tags: David
Shared: 9/8/2001
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Revenge is a subtle temptation but we can see how we can submit to Godís will, instead of succumbing to it.
Denomination: Christian Church
Shared: 10/12/2002
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Itís easy to submit to someone in authority when we agree with them. But what if those in authority over us arenít "good" men? What if they make immoral decisions? What if they are mean, spiteful, and dangerous?
Shared: 2/20/2005
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When you are in the position of leadership, you will be provoked. David had 4 motivating thoughts to help keep him on track (to make the right decision) when most would have been easily diverted from Godís will. What were the four thoughts that led to h
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/17/2002
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So many chase after the unimportant and insignificant things of life. The Bible calls us to prioritize in favor of eternal values.
Denomination: Wesleyan
Shared: 5/27/2005
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IN THE DARKNESS OF HIS CAVE, DAVID SOUGHT HIS COVENANT GOD IN PRAYER.
Contributor: C. Bouwman (7 sermons shared)
Denomination:
Shared: 2/9/2001
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This sermon uses Davidís experience with King Saul to teach biblical attitudes toward authority that God places over our lives. The limitations of scope in such authority and the basis of our respect for authority are discussed.
Denomination: Charismatic
Shared: 10/14/2003
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Exposition of 1 Sam. 24
Denomination: Baptist
Tags: Character
Shared: 12/2/2006
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We are living in a rebellious generation that has no respect for authority... No one will rule over me! I have my rights! I make my own decisions. No one likes to be under the authority of someone else.
Denomination: Foursquare
Tags: Faith
Shared: 10/19/2006
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