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1 Samuel 12

As Israel celebrates the establishment of Saul’s kingdom, Samuel begins his farewell. He calls Israel to testify against him, but no offense is found (v.1-5). Samuel reminds Israel of God’s gracious ruling and faithful protection in their lives regardless of their sin (v. 6-11). He also reminds them that they rejected God as King in order to choose their own king (v.…

1 Samuel 9-11

As soon as the people refuse to obey God and Samuel (1 Sam. 8:19-22), we are introduced to the king they had asked for, Saul (whose name means “to ask”). 1 Samuel 9 describes that Saul came from a wealthy family, from the small tribe of Benjamin. He was tall and strong with broad shoulders — kind of the Disney prince type. While looking for his father’s…

1 Samuel 6 – This Holy God

This Sunday we will be continuing our sermon series in the book of 1 Samuel, looking at chapter 7. Since we will not be preaching sermons on chapters 4-6, this week, we’ve asked a few church members to post some brief studies on these chapters for your benefit. “All Scripture is breathed out by God, and profitable” (2 Tim. 3:16)! Today, Jason Mead shares some thoughts…

1 Samuel 5 – God is Moving Toward Us

This Sunday we will be continuing our sermon series in the book of 1 Samuel, looking at chapter 7. Since we will not be preaching sermons on chapters 4-6, this week, we’ve asked a few church members to post some brief studies on these chapters for your benefit. “All Scripture is breathed out by God, and profitable” (2 Tim. 3:16)! Today, Rachel Poel shares some thoughts…

1 Samuel 4 – What is God Doing?

This Sunday we will be continuing our sermon series in the book of 1 Samuel, looking at chapter 7. Since we will not be preaching sermons on chapters 4-6, this week, we’ve asked a few church members to post some brief studies on these chapters for your benefit. “All Scripture is breathed out by God, and profitable” (2 Tim. 3:16)! Today, Pablo Tabilo…

He Is Good (August Sermon Series)

“Give thanks to the Lord, for HE IS GOOD, for his steadfast love endures forever” (Psalm 136:1). This summer, we want to take time together as a church to let this truth sink deeper in our hearts: God is good.  This simple yet profound conviction protects us from bitterness, grumbling, and discouragement. And it frees us to walk forward with confidence and…