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  • Jonathan Spurlock

    Contributing sermons since Nov 6, 2019
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Cedar Grove Baptist Church
, Missouri 65043

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  • David: His First True Love

    Contributed on Nov 21, 2020
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    We sometimes forget that David was human and would enjoy companionship. One day he found his first true love and she was closer than he ever thought possible.

    Introduction: David was a young man when Samuel anointed him to be king over Israel and only a few years older, most likely, when he went into battle against Goliath. In the days and months afterwards, God was with him and blessed him in every way. But something that was not mentioned is David’s ...read more

  • David, The Soldier

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2020
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    Israel faced an enemy and thought they couldn't possibly defeat them. Goliath was a secret weapon, nearly ten feet tall and full of hatred for Israel. Then came a shepherd boy named David--and the rest is history.

    Introduction: David had learned some of the arts of defense by tending his flock of sheep. Lions, bears, and perhaps other predators were always looking for sheep so it was up to the shepherd to protect them. After Samuel had anointed him (to be the future king), David had served Saul in a number ...read more

  • David,-The Shepherd Boy

    Contributed on Nov 7, 2020
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    David was perhaps Israel's greatest king. He wasn't born into a royal family, and didn't meet the guidelines some might have expected of a king, but God chose him. And that was enough.

    Introduction: David was a very colorful character in the Bible. From a humble beginning in life, God used him to accomplish many things, eventually becoming king over all Israel. Not every person will have a “shepherd-to-scepter” life or encounter, such as what happened to David. Every believer in ...read more

  • Daniel-The Lions Didn’t Hurt Him!

    Contributed on Oct 23, 2020
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    Daniel and the lions' den is a familiar and fantastic story. I've loved this story ever since on of the first times my aunt and grandmother read it to me, and I'm grateful for their love. This one is dedicated to you, Aunt V!

    Daniel-the lions didn’t hurt him! Introduction: After Babylon fell to the Medes and Persians, Daniel’s life was spared and he was given a position under the new rulers. Eventually some of the other officials became jealous and conspired to have Daniel put to death—by being thrown into a den of ...read more

  • Daniel-The Night When Babylon Was Captured

    Contributed on Oct 20, 2020
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    New times, a new king, and a feast. Could anything go wrong? Something unusual happened, Daniel was called to make sense of it, and by morning, Babylon was changed forever.

    Daniel-the night when Babylon was captured Introduction: many years ago, my uncle, who was pastor of the church we attended, preached on this text, Daniel chapter 5. He began by saying, “When a little shot gets about half-shot, he really thinks he’s a big shot!” Those words have stayed with me ...read more

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