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  • God And Me Series

    Contributed by Rev.andrew B Natarajan on Aug 10, 2017

    Often we think of our strength, ability and education. We boast of our heritage and many other things. What about God and His role in our Life. Don't forget the grace of God.

    2 Sam. 7:1-4 v.1. Settled-Rest from all his enemies Will Satan leave you to enjoy the life on earth? He got permission to tempt Job(1:7-12). He confessed that I will go through the temptations (23:10). Even if he kills me I will trust him(13:15). Job spoke very kind of God(42:7). Satan more

  • When God Says No To Our Dreams Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Nov 4, 2013
    based on 13 ratings

    In this chapter Nathan presents two different oracles from God to David, tied together by different understandings of the word "house." David wants to build a house for God; God instead intends to build David's house.

    2 SAMUEL 7: 1-17 [The Life of David] WHEN GOD SAYS NO TO OUR DREAMS [Luke 22:14-20] In this chapter Nathan presents two different oracles from God to David, tied together by different understandings of the word "house." David wants to build a house for God; God instead intends to build more

  • When God Says No! Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 21, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Gods Promise to David. (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    When God Says "No!” Reading: 2 Samuel chapter 7: Ill: • All of us are familiar with the ‘Taj Mahal’ in India. • It is one of the most recognizable structures in the world. • But not everyone knows the story behind it. • In 1631, a great emperor named Shah Jahan; • Built this more

  • A House For The Lord? Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Sep 1, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    This Christmas season will you be thinking about the wonder of the immortal God taking on mortal flesh; the omnipotent God appearing in the form of a helpless vulnerable baby; the only begotten Son of God coming as one of us to take on himself the punish

    We hear the Christmas story every year. The same events; the same characters; the same location. We sing Christmas carols that retell the story over and over again. But I wonder how many people as they watch Carols by Candlelight on Christmas Eve will see through the sentimentality of the more

  • Extreme Makeover: Temple Edition

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jul 21, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The “Extreme Makeover: Temple Edition,” as David learned is not about sprucing up the building, it’s about building up the kingdom, God’s kingdom; we must be about the task of justice-bearing, of love-spreading, and of kingdom-building!

    Just one week into my seminary career, I found myself in the refectory (that’s the dining hall) one night with a group of five or six other first-year students. Though I hardly knew them at the time, these people became and remain some of my best friends. Since I really didn’t know them all that more

  • Different Kind Of Legacy

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 19, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Our legacy is not in monuments, but in a spiritual and relational community, one which is ultimately redemptive. Washington Plaza Baptist Church, Reston, VA

    The older I become the more interested I am in those who have gone before me. Before I join my ancestors out there, I’d like to know more about them. It might make for some very interesting conversation up on Cloud Nine if I know about not only my parents and my grandparents, but also some of the more

  • When God Says No Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Apr 13, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    David is a man after God’s own heart for sure. Just look at how he responds after hearing God say "no" to his plan to build the temple.

    Introduction: A. I spent some time looking for a good joke to begin today’s sermon, but I came up empty. 1. When I got to thinking about it, I realized that today’s subject is not very funny. 2. None of us like to hear the answer “NO.” That’s true of children, teenagers and adults. B. I more

  • The House That God Built

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Dec 21, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    We have an edifice complex. We have a problem wanting to build up "houses" for God but God wants to build a house for us. Let Him.

    -Building a house is an impossible task -We’ve had two homes built for us while we were in Iowa -Both of them were horrific messes -We wanted the white package with the first home – it was a spec that we added a few upgrades to -They probably called us a dozen times to make sure that we indeed more

  • God's Covenant With David Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Dec 21, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    In today’s text we learn about God’s covenant with David, which is to establish an everlasting kingdom.

    Scripture Today is the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Our Scripture reading in this Advent season brings us to 2 Samuel 7:1-17. King David has conquered all his enemies, and is now living in relative tranquility toward the end of his life. He has built himself a magnificent palace. But the ark of more

  • David Wants To Build God's House, God Build's David's "House.” Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Oct 7, 2008
    based on 9 ratings

    How do you respond when your will is not God’s will?

    2 Samuel 7 David wants to build God’s house, God build’s David’s “house.” “If you want to hear God laugh, tell Him your plans” David’s good desire to build a temple We come to the point of David’s story where Saul and most of His family are dead; David was anointed as king of Judah first, more

  • Come As You Are Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 27, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Prayer Warriors, Pt. 1

    COME AS YOU ARE (2 SAMUEL 7) A Fortune magazine argues that even the most accomplished people need around ten years of hard work before becoming world-class, a pattern so well-established researchers call it the ten-year rule. The ten-year rule represents a very rough estimate and most researchers more

  • To God Be The Glory Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 24, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    David, Pt. 9

    TO GOD BE THE GLORY (2 SAMUEL 7) The “toys of the super rich,” as CNN/Money calls them, including their travel, cell phones, diamonds and cars, can be more expensive than a family home. A night at the 2,640 square-foot Presidential Suite at the Mandarin Hotel in Manhattan costs $12,959 more

  • The Ultimate Blessing

    Contributed by Samuel Stone on Nov 16, 2007

    Second of two-part series on King David based on the lectionary reading of Proper 11.

    2 Samuel 7:1-14a: Now when the king was settled in his house, and the LORD had given him rest from all his enemies around him, 2 the king said to the prophet Nathan, “See now, I am living in a house of cedar, but the ark of God stays in a tent.” 3 Nathan said to the king, “Go, do all that you have more

  • David Series

    Contributed by David Welch on Nov 17, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    6thin a series on characters mentioned in Heb 11

    Chico Alliance Church December 8, 2002 Pastor David Welch “Samuel & David” Unlikely Heroes Part Seven Review The point of this brief series has been to emphasize the fact that an all-powerful God delights in using the weak things of this world to accomplish the impossible. Those who more

  • It's Not About Me Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Jul 11, 2006
    based on 26 ratings

    Seventh in a series on the life of David. David learns it’s not about him, it’s about God.

    When Roy DeLamotte was chaplain at Paine College in Georgia, he preached the shortest sermon in the college’s history. However, he had a rather long topic: "What does Christ Answer When We Ask, "Lord, What’s in Religion for Me?" The complete content of his sermon was in one word: "Nothing." He more