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Sermon Series
  • 1. David's Lament Over Saul

    Contributed on Oct 20, 2003
    based on 87 ratings
     | 11,210 views

    David is a King after God’s own heart, because he looks to God for success in all he does. David’s success will come from his devotion to and his reliance on the Lord, shown so clearly in his response to the death of Saul.

  • 2. David Is Made King

    Contributed on Oct 20, 2003
    based on 43 ratings
     | 4,669 views

    David becomes King by God’s plan but as a result of a series of events which are sometimes ungodly in nature. God is able to use ungoldy actions by sinful men and women to bring about his good purposes in history.

  • 3. The Ark Is Brought To Jerusalem

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2003
    based on 32 ratings
     | 2,523 views

    What do you think of God? Is your idea of God big enough to take in the things we discover about him in his word? Are you prepared to worship a God who can do what he likes with his creation even if you can’t understand why he does them; even if you somet

  • 4. David Takes Jerusalem As His Capital

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2003
    based on 39 ratings
     | 6,556 views

    David is first of all the Shepherd King. That is, he rules with humble loving-kindness, reflecting the love and grace of God, trusting him to bring the victories he needs. But secondly he’s, at the same time, a warrior king, using all the military prowess

  • 5. A House For The Lord Or The Lord's House?

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2003
    based on 41 ratings
     | 6,106 views

    God will build David a house. God is building us into his Royal household. But just as Solomon’s temple was built through the labours of many, so too, God uses us to build his church. Both are true at the same time. God builds, we labour and the Church gr

  • 6. Israel At Peace

    Contributed on Nov 30, 2003
    based on 16 ratings
     | 780 views

    This part of 2 Samuel is really about God as the king, giving David the human king what he promised. It shows us David trusting God’s kingship, caring for Mephibosheth, not seeing him as a threat to what God gave him.

  • 7. David & Bathsheba

    Contributed on Nov 30, 2003
    based on 46 ratings
     | 7,071 views

    Here we discover, once again, the two central elements in the way God deals with his people. Here we find God’s justice and mercy going hand in hand as he deals with a failed leader.

  • 8. Trouble In The King's Household

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2004
    based on 40 ratings
     | 1,783 views

    As great a king as David was, he was still a human king with all the flaws of any human being. It would take the coming of Jesus before we had a king who truly reflected God’s heart in all he did; whose leadership would fully reflect God’s character.