The life of David was not perfect. In fact, he sinned greatly and the consequences were severe. In the aftermath of our sin, what is our response? David demonstrates that repentance is the only way to walk out of sin.
Rev O speaks from 2 Samuel 9 on the radical nature of God's steadfast love, and how as followers of Jesus we can offer that same love to others.
Will Herron shares from Psalms on the nature of true worship and how our awe of God can be lessened by our familiarity with Him.
*Sadly, due to tech issues, we only have 15 minutes of the message for you. But 15 minutes of Will Herron is better than most things you could listen to today.
How do we deal with times when tragedy strikes and God seems distant? David was no stranger to hardship, but the reality is that his desert years were not wasted, but were extremely formative.
What price are we willing to pay to achieve success? The reality is that God cares about more than just where we get to in life. Tonight's story from the life of David is a powerful example of integrity.
What does true friendship look? David's friendship with Jonathan was a source of strength and joy for him, and offers us much to learn about the nature of friendship.
What enabled a small, insignificant shepherd to slay enemies that no one else dared face? How do we rise to face the giants that oppose God's will and desires for our lives?
What qualified David to be the next King of Israel? The reality is that we can often be led astray by worldly values and a mistaken sense of identity, when God looks at something much deeper.