Tag Archives: Saul

Be a Barnabas

Lessons From a Future Apostle’s Advocate The Apostle Paul didn’t come fully formed. Before he even went by the name Paul, a cast of characters taught him, mentored him, saw potential in him, and put him in positions of responsibility. Initially, one person acted decisively to elevate and include him: Barnabas. Acts chapter 9 details…
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The Downfall of King Saul

About 400 years after Israel left Egypt and settled in the land that God had promised His people, the nation was ruled by God’s appointed judges. The last judge, Samuel, was also a prophet. Samuel judged Israel successfully and faithfully all the days of his life. When he grew old and his sons started to…
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Repentance

https://youtu.be/wGeoaOLiOh0 By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="Vince Finnegan"] Ephesians 2:1-3; Romans 3:10-18   Sin is a problem for everyone. Acts 2:38; 3:19-26   The only antidote for the sin problem is our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 3:22-26   Jesus paid the price for our redemption and the forgiveness of our sins. 1 Kings 8:46-51; Ezekiel 18:27- 32   God has always made…
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Knowing Yourself

https://youtu.be/5Rf0jcS1xco By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="Jerry Wierwille"] “Self-awareness” (also known as self-knowledge) is the capacity to understand our personal desires, feelings, motivations, thought patterns, and tendencies. Being self-aware (i.e., knowing yourself) is critical for effective growth in life. We will struggle to grow in areas of our lives when we fail to understand what is happening inside…
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Elisha, a Type of Jesus as “Father”

The Old Testament is full of typology concerning Christ Jesus of Nazareth. The sacrificial system of the law serves as type for the sacrifice that Jesus made for all of humanity. Passover shows that through the sacrifice of a lamb, death passed over those of obedience. Similarly, the sacrifice of Jesus (the Lamb of God)…
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Davidic Covenant

https://youtu.be/tr109DvywKM By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="Sean Finnegan"] God promised David that his dynasty and throne would endure forever.  Nevertheless, after approximately four centuries of rule, God ejected his people from the land, ending the reign of Davidic kings.  Does this mean God’s promise to David has failed?  Surely, our covenant-making God will fulfill what He said. 1.…
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