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Arrows & Words Presents: King David

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David was a man that was seen in his obscurity as a shepherd, was anointed king, faced a giant, lead an army, married into royalty, faced a father in law that tried to kill him, had to live in caves because his own army pursued him and was eventually seated as king. In David’s life we see tremendous heart for worship. A warrior-king yet a poet. We see a man after God's heart and we see a man with a great capacity for failure and sin. Join us for this study in the life of King David. This series is designed for individuals, worship teams and small groups.

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Part Five: David & Goliath

The term David vs Goliath has come to represent the small, unlikely protagonist taking on a seemingly insurmountable situation. The common literary interpretation of the story of David and Goliath is that, with God on your side, victory is yours. And a lot of motivational sermons and talks have used this story to build on themes such as “The Champion in You” or “Slaying the Giant in Your Life.” But what if we read it another way?

10 MIN2017 JUL 25
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Part Five: David & Goliath

Part Four: An Evil Spirit & Saul

Last time we spoke about David being anointed-or chosen by God-to be king. God has rejected Saul's leadership and chosen someone after His own heart.When we are first introduced to David he is brought in from the fields to stand before Samuel. Through Samuel, God chooses David as the next king of Israel. Though David had been anointed as king he returns to his job as shepherd.We pick up in 1 Samuel 16

12 MIN2017 JUL 22
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Part Four: An Evil Spirit & Saul

Part Three: David & Samuel

In the first two installments we dug into a bit of the backstory and laid a foundation for the introduction of David. To recap: Israel rejected God's perfect plan for leadership and were given Saul as their king. Saul proved to be an indecisive and disobedient leader. As we will see next, Israel would soon be besieged by the Philistine army and at the near-brink of extinction with the threat of the Philistine warrior Goliath. We begin again in the book of Samuel,

11 MIN2017 JUL 19
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Part Three: David & Samuel

Part Two: Samuel & Saul

For every good quality we will come to see in David we will see the opposite in Saul. David was courageous and confident. Saul was insecure and fearful. David was patient and placed his trust in The Lord while Saul was impulsive and made reckless decisions. David was obedient. Saul disobeyed direct orders from The Lord. As we will see, Saul was jealous, and violent. Often lashing out in anger at those closest to him. Israel demanded a king and they got a king that was tall and looked the part. Later this same “giant among men” would not rise to the challenge of Goliath

12 MIN2017 JUN 27
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Part Two: Samuel & Saul

Part One: The People & Samuel

When the Israelites wanted a king like other nations had, they were rejecting their unique, set-apart position as God’s people. The nation whose God was to be the Lord alone was envious of the nations who followed false gods.

8 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Part One: The People & Samuel
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Latest Episodes

Part Five: David & Goliath

The term David vs Goliath has come to represent the small, unlikely protagonist taking on a seemingly insurmountable situation. The common literary interpretation of the story of David and Goliath is that, with God on your side, victory is yours. And a lot of motivational sermons and talks have used this story to build on themes such as “The Champion in You” or “Slaying the Giant in Your Life.” But what if we read it another way?

10 MIN2017 JUL 25
Comments
Part Five: David & Goliath

Part Four: An Evil Spirit & Saul

Last time we spoke about David being anointed-or chosen by God-to be king. God has rejected Saul's leadership and chosen someone after His own heart.When we are first introduced to David he is brought in from the fields to stand before Samuel. Through Samuel, God chooses David as the next king of Israel. Though David had been anointed as king he returns to his job as shepherd.We pick up in 1 Samuel 16

12 MIN2017 JUL 22
Comments
Part Four: An Evil Spirit & Saul

Part Three: David & Samuel

In the first two installments we dug into a bit of the backstory and laid a foundation for the introduction of David. To recap: Israel rejected God's perfect plan for leadership and were given Saul as their king. Saul proved to be an indecisive and disobedient leader. As we will see next, Israel would soon be besieged by the Philistine army and at the near-brink of extinction with the threat of the Philistine warrior Goliath. We begin again in the book of Samuel,

11 MIN2017 JUL 19
Comments
Part Three: David & Samuel

Part Two: Samuel & Saul

For every good quality we will come to see in David we will see the opposite in Saul. David was courageous and confident. Saul was insecure and fearful. David was patient and placed his trust in The Lord while Saul was impulsive and made reckless decisions. David was obedient. Saul disobeyed direct orders from The Lord. As we will see, Saul was jealous, and violent. Often lashing out in anger at those closest to him. Israel demanded a king and they got a king that was tall and looked the part. Later this same “giant among men” would not rise to the challenge of Goliath

12 MIN2017 JUN 27
Comments
Part Two: Samuel & Saul

Part One: The People & Samuel

When the Israelites wanted a king like other nations had, they were rejecting their unique, set-apart position as God’s people. The nation whose God was to be the Lord alone was envious of the nations who followed false gods.

8 MIN2017 JUN 21
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Part One: The People & Samuel
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