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  • Real People - Real Problems Part 8- "Going Along To Get Along" Series

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Sep 17, 2017

    Part 8 of our 1 Samuel series

    Real People- Real Problems A study of 1 Samuel Part 8 “Going along to get along” Two times in the movie lonesome dove we see very adverse reactions to rude behavior The first is Gus whacking a surly bartender with his big walker colt For disrespecting he and Capt Call And for bad more

  • The Confirmation Of King Saul Series

    Contributed by Manny Salva Cruz on Oct 31, 2016

    Problems can be a source of great opportunity if we know how to use them to our advantage.

    It was said that one of President Reagan's favourite stories involves a farmer and a lawyer whose cars just collided in a main street. The farmer then took a long look at the lawyer, then reached in the back of his car and took out a bottle of whiskey. "Here, you look pretty shook up," hes said. more

  • Real People - Real Problems Part 9 - Becoming What God Has Called You To Be Series

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Oct 3, 2017

    Part 9 of our 1 Samuel series

    Real People- Real Problems A study of 1 Samuel Part 9 “Becoming what God called you to be” 1 Samuel 11:1-15 Today as we continue our series in the book of 1 Samuel We are going to address another real problem Becoming what God has called us to be In the prior week’s we studied as more

  • The Original Terrorist: Nahash "The Snake”

    Contributed by John Gaston on Apr 1, 2019

    God's people got into trouble because of compromise. Nahash (Snake) of Ammon planned to gouge out their right eyes, but Saul, strengthened by righteous anger and the Spirit defeated him. We should get mad too!

    THE ORIGINAL TERRORIST: Nahash “The Snake” 1 Sam. 11:1-11 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A farmer in the country had a watermelon patch, and upon inspection he discovered that some of the local kids had been helping themselves to a feast. The farmer thought of ways to discourage this profit-eating more

  • Leadership Lessons From A Serpent's Siege Series

    Contributed by David Wilson on Oct 3, 2013

    Saul, discouraged after the sonsos of Belial reject his kingship, returns to life as a farmer, until the people of Jabesh Gilead need him. Then he demonstrates leadership Qualitites we can apply.

    Grant Avenue Baptist Church 2215 Grant Avenue Redondo Beach, CA  90278 LESSONS FROM A SERPENT’s SIEGE TEXT: I Samuel 11 VERSES 1-3 The name, Nahash means Serpent.  It is related to the Hebrew Word which refers to the serpent in Genesis 3 which means something along the line of more

  • Handling Ridicule Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jan 12, 2015

    there will always be people trying to ridicule God and Christianity; how should christians respond?

    We return to our study of 1 Samuel in the Old Testament. The Israelites wanted a king to rule over them just like other nations. Although God was not pleased with this, God chose a king to teach God’s Chosen People Israel a lesson; and of course, God has preserved His Word for us to learn more

  • Overcoming The Problem Of Anger Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on May 16, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Though we will struggle with the feeling of anger as long as we live, it is how we deal with it that determines its effect on us. No matter how subtle or severe our anger may be, we can take biblical steps to overcome it and experience God’s peace.

    Overcoming The Problem Of Anger Introduction: 1. Of all of our emotions, anger is perhaps the strongest and most potentially destructive. It is many times referred to as “wrath” in the Bible. 2. Proverbs 27:4 teaches us that anger can be cruel and more

  • Somebody Got Mad

    Contributed by Pastor/Author: Terry Sisney on Apr 15, 2014
    based on 9 ratings

    Angry and Anointed means bad news for the devil, God is looking for some angry people.

    Text.   1Sam 11:1-11 In this portion of scripture Saul represents a radical believer, (a radical Christian)   Radical: "Extremist, far beyond the norm, over the top, even to the point of being called crazy"   If there ever was a time we needed radical Christianity it's more

  • Surrendering When You Don't Have To

    Contributed by John Perry on Oct 2, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Too many times we give in & surrender when we ought to keep fighting only to find out as soon as we have given up that we surrendered when we didn't have to.

    Bunbury Sun am 26/09/10 “Surrendering when you don’t have to” Intro: *** British surrender to the Japanese in Singapore. Had a numerically superior force of men & they were better equipped but the Japanese force managed to convince them that there was no hope so they more

  • The Right Eye

    Contributed by Pastor/Author: Terry Sisney on Aug 2, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    There is tremendous pressure today to make a covenant with the flesh, and live according to the flesh while calling it a spiritual life.

    Nahash= (Serpent from it’s hiss) Ammonite= (To dim to darken) Came up = To excel, to go up and over (used of boundry) We can become used to the devil in certain areas, and learn to co-exist agreeably, Reminds me of King Ahab. IKing 20:2-4 Thus saith Ben-ha’dad, Thy silver more

  • The Bail - Out Father Series

    Contributed by Mike Gay on Feb 19, 2004
    based on 7 ratings

    This message illustrates that many people seek a relationship with God simply to get out of some troulbe, but God wants a healthy Father/son relationship with us.

    THE BAIL-OUT FATHER I SAMUEL 4:1-11 When we began this series we were talking about how the world’s dysfunctional view of fatherhood has effected our view of our heavenly Father. We have already talked about the absent father and the child support father. Today we will talk about the more

  • Hurry Up And Wait Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Nov 6, 2003
    based on 41 ratings

    Saul, Pt. 2

    HURRY UP AND WAIT (1 SAM 11) It’s been said, “Rome is not built in a day.” When I was a youngster I was in a hurry to grow up. I was skinny and short. When my brother and I sat in the same car going to school every day, I couldn’t help but compare his size to mine. My brother, who was two more

  • Dealing With Boasting Power

    Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Oct 2, 2005
    based on 129 ratings

    If you don’t run, the enemy will be scared that you will fight back and he will run away.

    I would like you to read this message with rapt attention and with full concentration. God has a purpose for making this bulletin come your way. No one goes to the market without having a specific thing in mind to buy or to sell. Allow the purpose for which God has made you see this message, be more

  • Help Is On The Way

    Contributed by Johnny Carver on Aug 6, 2005
    based on 39 ratings

    God always shows up on time.

    Scripture: 1 Samuel 11:1 – Title: “Help Is On The Way” An Encroaching Enemy · The Ammonites being led by Nahash had encamped against God’s people. · This was not the first time the Ammonites had come up against God’s people. · They claimed to be the owners of the land on which God’s people more

  • Saul's Kingship Confirmed Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Apr 3, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    Our God is a God who uses even our rebelliousness to bring about his purposes for his people. The people have abandoned God as king, but he doesn’t abandon them. He continues to deliver them, now using the king they’ve asked for as the avenue through whic

    If you thought it was hard to go from a monarchy to a republic, it seems it’s just as hard to go to a monarchy from a Theocracy. You would have to say that Saul has it hard. It takes him three goes before he’s really made king. But then again maybe he was hoping it was all a bad dream so he didn’t more