Why God Makes It Hard When It Ought to be Easy

2 Samuel 2-3 tell the story of David’s long struggle to become king over all Israel. His life is a pattern of how God deals with his children. It is God’s plan to vindicate us slowly, bless us openly, surprise us occasionally, and test us continually. God intends to develop our character, and to do that adversity is essential.

Text: 2 Samuel 2-3
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages

The End of the Beginning

The year was 1943. Slowly the Allied forces were squeezing the Germans out of North Africa. From the east Field […]

Text: I Samuel 31 - II Samuel 1
Sermon Series: Journey to the Throne: Meeting God in the Turning Points of Life (I Samuel 16 - II Samuel 1)

Letters From the Bean Field

“And the Lord brought about a great victory.” What made the difference? One man who refused to run away. One man who turned the tide of battle and through him, God brought about a great victory. What’s the hardest part of winning a battle like that? Having the courage to take your stand in the middle of the field. If you can do that, the rest is easy. The hard part is not running away.

Text: 2 Samuel 23
Sermon Series: State of the Church Sermons