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Summary: We need to finish off the giants that are left in our lives!

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The Last of the Giants!

2 Sam 21:15-22

I. Introduction

A. We all have giants!

We all have giants in our lives that we must face. Your giant may be an area of your life that is hard to get control of. Your giant may be a relationship that went sour and left you with brokenness. Your giant may be a horrible past that you struggle to overcome. Regardless of what your giant is, it seems at times like an obstacle that you will never get past.

B. We must stand up to our giants!

There was a man in the Scripture named David who was known for killing giants. You may have heard of Jack the “giant killer” but the Scriptures tell us that a man named David was the greatest giant killer of all. From the time of his youth, until a time near the end of his reign, David specialized in taking on giants.

One of the things that was different about David was that he was not content to stand by if there was a giant to fight! When a giant named Goliath mocked the armies of Israel many mighty warriors stood and cowered in fear. David however couldn’t stand by and listen to this. Others ran from giants, but David ran to them. David would go, as one old man put it, “Bear hunting with a flyswatter!”

C. We must face down all our giants!

Now you have got to remember that Goliath was not the last giant that David faced. Goliath had some relatives that were still lurking among the Philistines. These relatives that were left around continued to side with the enemies of God’s people. By this, these lurking giants caused God’s people much harm.

Our lesson to learn is this: If you leave too many giants lurking around, they will come back to haunt you! There comes a time when you have to destroy them all!

Some have slain the giant of addiction and that is wonderful. But don’t forget that there will be more giants to slay. Some have slain the giant of lust, but there are more battles to be won! There will be work to do until Christ returns!

Phil 1:5-6

6 being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ;

Here is what you are going to need to drive out the “last of the giants”

II. You will need Great Friends

The Scripture says that David “waxed faint.” This was at a time near the end of his reign. He had fought a lot of battles. He grew weary in the midst of this battle. It’s in times just like these that you need godly people around you to hold you up! There are times in your spiritual walk that you just won’t make it without the help of other Christians! I used to believe that Jesus and I could conquer the world, but now I know that I need the church! I need godly friends!

Here are the kinds of people you need:

A. People who will help you when you are weary.

When David was worn out the giant saw an opportunity. The enemy will hit you when you are tired. The giant set his sights on killing David. But there was a man named Abishai who the Bible says, “came to (David’s) aid”. He saw the weariness of the king and came in to help him.


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Roy Harris

commented on Dec 15, 2006

This material is of enormous high standard. It helps pastors to be inspired and allow the HS to discover and add more truth to existing truth. This way, pastors can use sermons like these, giving credit to the aouthor, but without cloning or copying another sermon. Ps. Roy Harris, Rhema Cape Town North church, South Africa. www.rhema-life.org.za

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