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  • Being A Good Mother Isn't Easy Series

    Contributed by David Rigg on May 11, 2015
    based on 2 ratings

    Here's a Mothers Day sermon that fits well into my series of sermons on The Life of David

    Being A Good Mother Isn't Easy 2 SAMUEL 21:1-14 1 Now there was a famine in the days of David for three years, year after year; and David inquired of the LORD. And the LORD answered, "It is because of Saul and his bloodthirsty house, because he killed the Gibeonites." 2So the king called the more

  • Do What You Can And Let God Handle The Rest

    Contributed by Bishop Talbert Swan on Feb 18, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    A mother does all she can to bring dignity to her sons and God handles the rest. When we've done all we can do, we must trust God to finish the job.

    Do What You Can, and Let God Handle the Rest Pastor Talbert W. Swan, II Text: 2 Samuel 21:10-14 SCRIPTURE 10 Rizpah daughter of Aiah took sackcloth and spread it out for herself on a rock. From the beginning of the harvest till the rain poured down from the heavens on the bodies, she did more

  • A Mother's Love Series

    Contributed by Christine Forehand on Oct 22, 2008
    based on 16 ratings

    A mother will go to great lengths for her children and so will GOD!

    I. G. Campbell Morgan, a profound British preacher whose four sons all became pastors, influenced millions with his preaching, teaching and writing. One day, when his young son Howard finished preached, a reporter asked him, "Since you have five Pastors in your family who is the greatest more

  • Motherhood: Rizpah

    Contributed by Daniel Owens on Jan 9, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Sometimes we equate motherhood with simple devotion. But the Bible tells us it’s more.

    II Samuel 21:10-11 One person wrote it this way; "A godly mother will point her children to God by the force of their example as much as by the power of their words." -- Croft M. Penze The situation in the American home is acute, no doubt about that Did you realize that only 7% of the more

  • A Mother Of Example- Rizpah

    Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on May 10, 2007
    based on 97 ratings

    A Mother Of Example- Rizpah

    II Samuel 21:1-13 A Mother Of Example A young preacher was preparing to preach his very first sermon. Knowing that it was his first sermon, he wanted it to hit a home run and wanted to have a smashing introduction to set it off. He went to an older pastor, and asked him if he had a more

  • Rizpah And The Rain

    Contributed by Glenn Branham on May 3, 2005
    based on 61 ratings

    Sin is committed with consequences and must be addressed to be forgiven.

    "Rizpah and the Rain" 2 Samuel 21:1-14 Intro: We only have the essentials of the story. We are not given the details of Saul’s atrocities against the Gibeonites. Our only information comes from this passage. We gather that Saul imitated a zeal for God by an arrogant act of more

  • Rizpah

    Contributed by Rickey Shive on Feb 16, 2002
    based on 134 ratings

    Rizpah, though insignificant in status, proved to be the focus of two defining events in the life of God’s people. It is from her story I hope we can learn some valuable lessons!

    Introduction: Rizpah (Riz-puh) was a concubine of King Saul who had bore Saul two sons. She is, in one sense, a very insignificant character. As a concubine, she had very little status nor influential power. Concubines were considered as “secondary wives,” they were inferior to the more

  • Wow What A Mom!

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Apr 9, 2001
    based on 734 ratings

    In 2 Samuel 21 we meet a mom named Rizpah, and when we look at what she did we can’t help but say wow, what a mom.

    "WOW, WHAT A MOTHER" TEXT: 2 SAMUEL 21:1-14 INTRODUCTION Erma Bombeck writes; For the first 4 or 5 years after I had children, I considered motherhood a temporary condition -- not a calling. It was a time of my life set aside for exhaustion and long hours. It would pass. Then one more