Sermon Recap for June 22

Good Morning! Here is the recap from yesterday. You can click the sermon titles for direct audio downloads or use the embedded players.

I. Morning Sermon: Compromised 1 Kings 20

Compromised: 1 Kings 20 June 22 AM from Doug Hibbard on Vimeo.

II. Evening Sermon: Gods and Ditches 2 Kings 3

Gods and Ditches: June 22 PM from Doug Hibbard on Vimeo.

III. Outlines:

June 22 AM 1 Kings 20

Background: Invasion/conquest? Nope. Just pressure from outside powers

Situation:

1. Compromise, but it's not enough

2. Stand up

3. Falter from obedience

Response:

1. Never compromise with the world out of fear: you can never compromise enough

2. Never compromise with God on obedience: you can not hide that

3. God remains in control and capable, no matter what the appearance of things

4. God will defend His name, even if that allows sinful kings to remain for a time.

June 22 PM 2 Kings 3

Background: divided kingdom, going to war together against common foe

1. Who are your gods?

     A. In peace?

     B. In crisis?

2. Are you digging ditches?

3. Application point: if we do not act like we expect God to work, we will not see God work.

     A. Preparation

     B. Commitment

     C. Planning

     D. Doing

     E. Going

 

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