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2 Samuel 2:1-11 A King is Crowned

Sermon #19 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline Coronation Invitation Rejection Sermon in a Sentence Given the severity of God’s wrath against those who stubbornly and foolishly reject Jesus Christ as His anointed King of kings and Lord of lords, it is crucial that you accept Christ’s invitation to be reconciled to Him through His grace.

2 Samuel 1:1-27 – Two Responses to the Death of a King

Sermon #18 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline A Self-Serving Approach A Selfless Approach Sermon in a Sentence To avoid eternal destruction, we must forsake our self-serving ways, humbly trusting in and following Jesus, who selflessly sacrificed Himself for our eternal life.

2 Samuel 1:1 – A Transitional Verse

2 Samuel 1:1 A Transitional Verse Sermon #17 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline Saul’s Death David’s Defeat of the Amalekites Two Days when Things Changed Sermon in a Sentence Through His death and resurrection, Jesus Christ – God’s anointed King – demonstrates His absolute obedience, proves Himself to be the only one able to defeat our enemies, and establishes His exclusive and deserving authority over our lives.

John 20:24-31 Moving from Doubt to Devotion

Easter Sunday 2024 Sermon Outline Skepticism: Reluctant to Accept and Trust Sureness: Recognizing Authority and Truth Scriptures: Relying on Apostolic Testimony Sermon in a Sentence Your hope for this life and the life to come hinges upon you turning from doubt to faith in the crucified and resurrected Christ, devoting yourself to Him as your Savior and Lord.

Luke 19:41-45; 22:14-20 Three Scenes of Passion from Passion Week

Three Scenes of Passion from Passion Week Palm Sunday 2024 Sermon Outline   Lamenting Over the Lost Throwing Out the Traders Eagerness to Eat Sermon in a Sentence The passion of Jesus revealed by His concern for the lost and His devotion to His Father led Him to suffer on Calvary’s cross and sacrifice Himself for sinners like us so that we can be saved.

1 Samuel 31 What’s the Good News

Sermon #16 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline The Philistine Gospel Defeat Death Desertion Disgrace The Preeminent Gospel Sermon in a Sentence King Saul’s death and failure to save his people serve as reminders to believers of the hope found in David’s Greater Son, the Lord Jesus, who also faced death, but triumphantly rose to secure our salvation.

1 Samuel 30 The Backslider’s Way Back

Sermon #15 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Standing in Ruins 2. Strengthened and Renewed 3. Seeking and Recovering 4. Showing and Reflecting Sermon in a Sentence The backslider’s path will ultimately lead to misery, but through faith and repentance, they can find their way back to God, becoming a source of blessings to others through His grace.

1 Samuel 28:1-2, 29:1-11 Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Sermon #14 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. A Self-Created Dilemma 2. A Sovereignly Crafted Deliverance Sermon in a Sentence God is faithful even when we are not.

1 Samuel 27 An Ugly Picture of a Man After God’s Own Heart

Sermon #13 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Fatigue 2. Falsehood 3. Faith Sermon in a Sentence Whenever we let our burdens weigh us down, stop speaking truth to ourselves, rely on our own solutions, and fail to trust in the Lord, we create an ugly picture.

1 Samuel 26 God’s Restraining Grace: Episode Three

Sermon #12 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Confounding Chase 2. Curious Courage 3. Confident Conviction 4. Clear Conscience 5. Crucial Craving 6. Charitable Conduct Sermon in a Sentence God’s restraining grace will be evident in our lives when we trust Him, live righteously, seek His presence, and show others the same grace He shows us.

1 Samuel 25 God’s Restraining Grace: Episode Two

Sermon #11 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Reasonable Request 2. Rude Rejection 3. Retaliatory Response 4. Respectful Reminder 5. Requisite Restraint 6. Resultant Retribution Sermon in a Sentence God’s restraining grace often works through wise and faithful voices, reminding us of His sovereign salvation and helping us avoid the pain of foolish behavior and a life of regret.

1 Samuel 24 God’s Restraining Grace: Episode One

Sermon #10 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Cutting Corners 2. Ceding Control Sermon in a Sentence We should be grateful for God’s restraining grace, which reminds us not to retaliate when attacked or mistreated, but to obey God’s Word and trust Him for vindication.

1 Samuel 23 Troubled, Tested, and Tried

Sermon #9 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Revelation 2. Reassurance 3. Rescue Sermon in a Sentence When troubled, tested, and tried, seek God’s direction, persevere in your faith, and trust in God’s deliverance.

1 Samuel 22:1-2 Coming to the True King

Sermon #8 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. Compelled by Dissatisfaction 2. Costly Decision 3. Complete Deference Sermon in a Sentence Sermon in a Sentence: Christ the true King calls you to renounce the dreadful realm of Satan and pledge your complete loyalty to Him as your Savior and Lord.

1 Samuel 21 Forgetfulness, Fear, and Failure

Sermon #7 in the Series: Studies in the Life of David Sermon Outline 1. David lacked conviction. 2. David lacked concern. 3. David lacked courage. Sermon in a Sentence Sermon in a Sentence: In matters of faith, forgetfulness will lead you down a path of fear that will ultimately culminate in failure.

1 Thessalonians 1:1-10 Character of a Healthy Church

Sermon Outline 1. A Working Faith 2. A Laboring Love 3. An Enduring Hope Sermon in a Sentence A healthy church should model a faith that produces works, a love that leads to labors, and a hope that extends to endurance so that its community and the world can hear the gospel of Jesus Christ until His return.

Luke 2:21-35 The Salvation Christmas Brings

Sermon #5 from the Series: Preparing Our Hearts for Christmas Sermon Outline 1. The Glory of Israel 2. The Light of Revelation to the Whole World 3. The Divider of All Humanity Sermon in a Sentence The message of Christmas is that Israel’s long-awaited Messiah has come to bring salvation to all who will repent and believe.

Isaiah 9:1-7 The Change Christmas Brings

Sermon #4 from the Series: Preparing Our Hearts for Christmas Sermon Outline 1. A change is coming.2. A Child is born Sermon in a Sentence At Christmas we celebrate the birth of the Christ Child who came to change everything.

Psalm 85 The Hope of Peace Christmas Brings

Sermon #3 from the Series: Preparing Our Hearts for Christmas Sermon Outline 1. A Look Back2. A Look Around3. A Look Ahead Sermon in a Sentence Despite our present struggles, Christmas gives us the hope of peace because of the atoning work of Christ’s first advent and the future eternal reign of His secondadvent.

Isaiah 40:1-11 The Comfort Christmas Brings

Sermon #2 from the Series: Preparing Our Hearts for Christmas Sermon Outline 1. A Voice Announcing Pardon in the Place of Punishment2. A Voice Calling for Repentance in View of Revelation3. A Voice Contrasting the Fleeting with the Forever4. A Voice Harmonizing God’s Toughness and His Tenderness Sermon in a Sentence The comforting message of Christmas is this: God gives His Word that sinners who repent and trust in Christ will be forgiven and redeemed.