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If we attempt great things for God, we shall accomplish much. Let your dreams be equal in size to God’s abilities.
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1 Samuel 2:12-12
Topic: Spiritual Warfare
What cruise control does on those long stretches of road is allow the driver to “zone out” and have very little focus required while we are trying to get to our destination. Sometimes the “lull” that cruise produces can really hinder our responses and reactions to hazardous conditions. [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 4:4-11
When we think about the ways of the Holy Ghost, His ways are so awesome: His operations are so mysterious, His doings are so secret, and His acts are removed from everything that makes sense. [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 4:11-11
Topic: The Church
The hue and the cry of the nation is now, “The glory of the Lord has departed.” What a sad thing for this to have happened. I pray that it never happens in my own personal life or the life of this church. The Glory of the Lord has to remain with us forever. [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 4:12-12
Topic: The Cross
The Benjamite man relating a message about the taking of the ark represents Paul's message about the crucifixion of Christ. The ark always represented Christ. A CONTAINER where the PRESENCE OF GOD dwelt. GOD WITH US -- Immanuel [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 5:1-5
The days in which Israel was invaded by the Philistines and the ark of the covenant stolen and placed in the temple of Dagon, their fish god, occurred when ELI was high priest, when the boy Samuel was dedicated to God and lent to him by his mother Hannah. [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 5:1-1
The journeys of the Ark of the Covenant tell the entire Gospel and give us insight as to what the Gospel accomplished for humanity. We will study the events that happened surrounding the Ark of the Covenant beginning with one point in the Ark’s history when it was taken into possession of the Philistines, Israel’s enemy. [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 5:1-5
Eli was high priest at this time of history. Samuel was a boy prophet. Israel was backslidden. The leaders usually determine the state of the people. The religious leader, Eli, was backslidden as well. [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 7:12-12
We know how to recognize people for their accomplishments, but how do we recognize God when he has helped us? That was the question that puzzled David in Psalm 116: 12 when he asked "What shall I render unto the LORD for all his benefits toward me?"e [ read more... ]
1 Samuel 9:1-5
Because of this success in Saul’s family, he grew up with much pressure riding on his shoulders. The two Hebrew words that describe his father indicate that he was a mighty warrior with much valor and he also was a very wealthy man. So Saul grew up with all of the advantages and pressure that comes from this kind of heritage. [ read more... ]