Sermon Series
  • 1. Personal Integrity - Life Of David, Part 1

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    The subjects of ethics and integrity have become unpopular subjects in modern times. Integrity is a dying quality and people don’t like to talk about it.

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: The subjects of ethics and integrity have become unpopular subjects in modern times. Integrity is a dying quality and people don’t like to talk about it. This fact was indicated a few years ago when Chuck Colson lectured on the subject of ethics at a military base ...read more

  • 2. Personal Integrity - Life Of David, Part 2

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    David’s Sin with Bathsheba – He was Willing to Face Sin (2 Samuel 11:1-27).

    David’s Sin with Bathsheba – He was Willing to Face Sin (2 Samuel 11:1-27). Explanation: David committed adultery with Bathsheba and she gets pregnant. To cover it up, he pulled her husband out of battle, gave him a months leave, got him drunk and sent him home, hoping that they would do what ...read more

  • 3. Personal Integrity - Life Of David, Part 3

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    On the surface of life, we demonstrate integrity. We return money that’s not ours. We pay our bills on time. We work hard at our jobs. We volunteer at church. But if someone were to write a story about your life, would we really want him or her to write e

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: In the book Strengthening Your Grip, Charles Swindoll tells the following story about integrity. “Some time ago, I heard about a fellow in Long Beach who went into a fried chicken franchise to get some chicken for himself and the young lady with him. She waited ...read more

  • 4. Personal Integrity - Life Of David, Part 4

    Contributed on May 5, 2006
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    One author has suggested that Goliath reminded him of the cross-eyed discus thrower. He didn’t set any records…but he sure kept the crowd awake! (Swindoll, Insights Newsletter, April 1995).

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: Psalm 78 is a Historical Psalm that summarizes Israel’s history in a poetic way. The Psalm does have some sad elements in it, but it concludes somewhat abruptly on a positive note with their national hero, King David, from Judah, the founder of the dynasty that ...read more