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  • (How To Get Past Your Pain)

    Contributed by Derrick White Sr on May 11, 2017
    based on 1 rating


    2 Samuel 9:1-8 (KJV) And David said, Is there yet any that is left of the house of Saul, that I may shew him kindness for Jonathan's sake? [2] And there was of the house of Saul a servant whose name was Ziba. And when they had called him unto David, the king said unto him, Art thou Ziba? And he more

  • Dinner Table! Mephibosheth!

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Jul 25, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    I want to talk of a ‘dinner table’ where a king had the grandson of his dreadful enemy, who pursued to kill him for several years sit with him in his dinner table in the palace along with his entire family everyday of his life.

    Dinner table! Mephibosheth! 2 King 9:13”So Mephibosheth dwelt in Jerusalem, for he ate continually at the king's table. And he was lame in both his feet.” There’s lot of whirl and bustle after a ‘big bash’ is fixed! Who to invite! A big list is prepared more

  • No 'dead Dogs' In God's Eyes

    Contributed by David Mcnally on Jan 28, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    The Bible says: 'Encourage one another'. So many people believe that if there is a God, He could not, should not love. If salvation is possible, that they are 'not good enough to be saved'. That they are unworthy or too sinful. This is a lie of the devil.

    OT – 2nd Samuel 9:1-13 NT – Matthew 5 verses 11-16 Sermon: No dead dogs to God ‘I feel like a dog!’ So someone said ‘How long have you felt like that?’ The answer was ‘Since I was a puppy!’. I know things are bad for many people. None of more

  • Feel My Heart

    Contributed by Js Collins on Aug 25, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Does Jesus feel our heart? Does he understand the emotions of my heart? My thinker, chooser and feeler. How far does his compassion go? What can we do?

    Feel my heart Hebrews 4:14-16 14. Seeing then that we have a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. 15. For we do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize (be touched by the feelings of our infirmities) with our more

  • With Crippled Feet Series

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Jul 1, 2016

    David's heart for God was extended to a man with crippled feet. A picture of the love of Jesus for us.

    Last week we talked about David. We have learned that he is only 15 but has been chosen by God to become the next king of Israel. The reason being that he has a heart for God. That meant his very being, innermost person desired to please God above everything else. This same 15-year-old boy more

  • A Portrait Of Grace Series

    Contributed by Dr. Rich Denning on Aug 12, 2016

    THEME: Prevenient Grace

    INTRODUCTION: The Old Testament mentions a man who is often overlooked. His story is a powerful illustration of God’s grace. The man’s name is Mepibosheth. King David did not overlook him but considered him a special person because he was Jonathan’s son. David and Jonathan had more

  • Mephibosheth: A Picture Of God's Divine Grace And Undeserved Favor Series

    Contributed by Jeremiah Menyongai on Sep 5, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    Grace is a dirty word for the devil. It's the power behind the gospel - not creed, religion, philosophy. Grace is God reaching somebody like me - God's favor that is unearned, undeserved, unrepayable. We see it in David's encounter with Mephibosheth.

    DAVID SERIES: A MAN AFTER GOD'S OWN HEART - PART 14: MEPHIBOSHETH - A PERFECT PICTURE OF GOD'S GRACE 2 SAMUEL 9: 1 Now David said, ¡§Is there still anyone who is left of the house of Saul, that I may show him kindness for Jonathan¡¦s sake?¡¨ 2 And there was a servant of the house of Saul whose more

  • How Can I Live With My Handicap?

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Aug 8, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Does God care when we are unable to compete as others compete? Does it matter to Him when we are handicapped? A study of the life of an obscure man provides hope and instruction for each of us to look to God even when we are handicapped.

    “David said, ‘Is there still anyone left of the house of Saul, that I may show him kindness for Jonathan’s sake?’ Now there was a servant of the house of Saul whose name was Ziba, and they called him to David. And the king said to him, ‘Are you Ziba?’ And he said, ‘I am your servant.’ And the more

  • No More Crumbs

    Contributed by Richard Cook on Jul 30, 2010
    based on 10 ratings

    This message explains that we do not have to live beneath our priviledges, when we are in Christ.

    Disclaimer: Due to the large amount of sermons and topics that appear on this site I feel it is necessary to post this disclaimer on all sermons posted. These sermons are original to the author and the leading of the Holy Spirit. While ideas and illustrations are often gleaned from many sources more

  • Lame Feet

    Contributed by Ron Theis on Jul 7, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    A Communion Sermon based on Mephibosheth

    LAME FEET II Samuel 9 2 Samuel 9:1 - 13 (NKJV) 1Now David said, “Is there still anyone who is left of the house of Saul, that I may show him kindness for Jonathan’s sake?” 2And there was a servant of the house of Saul whose name was Ziba. So when they had called him to David, more

  • Come To The Table

    Contributed by Richard White on Oct 8, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Like Mephibosheth we were crippled, expecting death, but we come to the presence of the KING and receive mercy and grace. Come and Eat.

    Come to the Table 2 Samuel 9:1-11 1 John 3:1- “How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are!” The Bible seems to abound in difficult names- names like “Ne-bu-chad-nez-zar” and more

  • Grounded In Grace Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jul 27, 2004
    based on 36 ratings

    I mentioned at the beginning that sometimes these passages relate to other passages in the future. I believe in this passage of 2 Samuel 9, we have a picture of how God treats us in His grace.

    ¡°Grounding Yourself in Grace¡± 2 Samuel 9:1-13 INTRODUCTION Many times in the Bible we can read stories and events and relate them to later stories and later events. There are parallels in the Old Testament that speak of Jesus Christ in the New Testament. I believe it is part of the Bible more

  • Finding Your Place With The King

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Jun 6, 2004
    based on 30 ratings

    David shows us a model of gracious copnduct that gives us a small glimpse of just how great God’s grace truly is.

    Finding Your Place with the King 2 Samuel 9 I. An Injured Man (1-3) The fact that Mephibosheth was injured (2 Samuel 4:4) The kingdom of Saul was falling apart and there was great concern for the family of Saul. The family was in the midst of fleeing from their homes when Mephibosheth was more

  • The True Spirit Of Giving

    Contributed by Antonio Torrence on Nov 25, 2000
    based on 107 ratings

    This sermon is about the gift of God’s mercy upon the crippled lives of humanity

    "The True Spirit of Giving" 2 Samuel 4:4,and chapter 9) -Rev. A. L. Torrence, Pastor of The Cross of Life Lutheran Church “It’s the hard knock life for us. It’s the hard knock life for us. Steada treated, we get tricked. Steada kisses, we get kicked. It’s the hard knock life!” more

  • Restored By The King

    Contributed by Joseph Wallis on Jan 24, 2002
    based on 159 ratings

    A pictures of salvation illustrated by Mephibosheth - Evangelistic

    RESTORED BY THE KING TEXT - 2 Sam. 9:1 - 13 INTRO. - The background for this message is found in 2 Sam. 4:4. When the news came back from the battlefield that Saul and Jonathan had been killed, a nurse grabbed Mephib-o- sheth, the son of Jonathan and the grandson of Saul and ran with him more