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  • Love Your Enemies, Hate Your Friends

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Sep 13, 2018

    A study in the book of 2 Samuel 19: 1 – 43

    2 Samuel 19: 1 – 43 Love your enemies, hate your friends 19 And Joab was told, “Behold, the king is weeping and mourning for Absalom.” 2 So the victory that day was turned into mourning for all the people. For the people heard it said that day, “The king is grieved for his son.” 3 And the people more

  • The Difference Between Mercy And Grace Series

    Contributed by David Rigg on Jun 1, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    How can you explain the difference between mercy and grace? This sermon will help.

    The Difference Between Mercy And Grace 2 Samuel 19:8-38 8 Then the king arose and sat in the gate. And they told all the people, saying, "There is the king, sitting in the gate." So all the people came before the king. For everyone of Israel had fled to his tent. 9Now all the people were in a more

  • What To Do When A Friend Loses A Loved One Series

    Contributed by David Rigg on May 17, 2015

    What should we do when a friend loses a loved one to death? This sermon gives us some answers.

    What To Do When A Friend Loses A Loved One 2 Samuel 19:1-7 1 And Joab was told, "Behold, the king is weeping and mourning for Absalom." 2So the victory that day was turned into mourning for all the people. For the people heard it said that day, "The king is grieved for his son." 3And the more

  • How Will You Meet The King? Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Nelson Emeonu on Jul 7, 2014

    Our Master, Jesus Christ is coming back to take His people home. He revealed this with the story of a man who went to a far journey and gave authority to his servants. He assigned each with some responsibilities and to occupy till He comes back.

    HOW WILL YOU MEET THE KING 1 My Friend, you are welcome to the hour of the Trumpeter.We sincerely thank God for keeping you alive till today, and the opportunity to hear this good news of the kingdom. So this is a moment, God is blessing his people through the undiluted word from Him. We also more

  • How Will You Meet The King? Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Nelson Emeonu on Jul 7, 2014

    The story of Jesus had happened before in a picture as portrayed with the return of the King David to establish his reign in Jerusalem.

    HOW WILL YOU MEET THE KING 2 Friend, you are welcome to THE TRUMPETER. Remember, it is a moment we are sharing the UNDILUTED word of God, preparing the saints for the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. It's a moment we also look at the amazing facts happening in the world today and more

  • Becoming An Encourager

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Jul 15, 2009
    based on 31 ratings

    In this sermon you will see the damage of discouragement and ways of becoming an encourager.

    Are you working at becoming an encouraging person? This is vitally important! We find a good example of this lesson in II Sam. 19. King David’s troops had pursued Absalom in hopes of correcting the problem with the estranged son. Absalom was killed in the conflict. Instead of thanking his men for more

  • Que Regrese El Rey

    Contributed by Craig Benner on Jul 19, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    El Rey se ha ausentado de muchos templos, de muchos hogares, y de muchas vidas porque ellos han aceptado a otro rey.

    QUE REGRESE EL REY 2o. Samuel 19:9-15 9 ¶ Y sucedió que todo el pueblo contendía en todas las tribus de Israel, diciendo: "El rey nos ha librado de mano de nuestros enemigos y nos ha salvado de mano de los filisteos, pero ahora ha huido del país por causa de Absalón. 10 Sin embargo, Absalón, more

  • Bringing The King Back

    Contributed by David Johnston on Jul 25, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    We need to bring the King back to HIS house in our 1. Commitment 2. Prayer 3. Praise 4. Worship

    Bringing the King Back 2 Sam. 19 Just to bring a little light of history to this passage… Absalom, David’s son had done his best to destroy his father, securing the Kingdom and killing all those who were on David’s side. And so David had to fight against his own flesh and blood, his very more

  • Can I Exhibit Loyalty? Series

    Contributed by Mel Shepherd on Jul 1, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    After David’s son Absalom was killed the people were in need of a king. Many people will cross David’s path as he returns to Jerusalem to be their king. Some of those people he will be able to trust as loyal friends from the past, but others he will not b

    Title: Can I Exhibit Loyalty? Text: 2 Samuel 19 Introduction: Well, loyalty is the subject of this message this morning and I’m in 2 Samuel 19. David’s son Absalom is dead now and his army has been defeated. Absalom revolted against his father and sought to take over kingdom, where we left more

  • When You Blow It As A Parent Series

    Contributed by Kenneth Squires on Apr 18, 2003
    based on 48 ratings

    As we descend deep into the world of family matters we cross the crevice of “when you blow it as a parent.” I want to help you navigate safely to the base camp of another challenging aspect of the parental climb

    David mustered the men who were with him and appointed over them commanders of thousands and commanders of hundreds. David sent the troops out—a third under the command of Joab, a third under Joab’s brother Abishai son of Zeruiah, and a third under Ittai the Gittite. The king told the troops, “I more

  • "Encouragement"

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 11, 2002
    based on 57 ratings

    We extend compassion as wounded healers. But before we can help others, we have to learn how to weep. The word compassion means “to suffer with others”.

    “Encouragement” Pastor Bob Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts King David is faced with a bittersweet victory. His son Absalom turned against him, raised up an army to overthrow his father, and in battle against David’s forces he met a violent death. In the more