Sermons on 1 Samuel
1 Samuel 15:22 The Lord wants us to obey rather than offer Him something else in its place.
1 Samuel 7:12 We continue to meditate on the words of some of the great hymns of the faith (Here is Love, Vast as the Ocean; O What Matchless Condescension; Begone Unbelief) as we learn to sing them congregationally.
1 Samuel 2:30 We consider one more blessing that comes from walking with the Lord: honor. Our passage shows us this by way of negative example and by way of positive statement in the case of Eli.
1 Samuel 15:1-23 God takes disobedience to His commands very seriously, as we see from the account of Saul and the Amalekites. The consequences for Saul’s greed and neglect of God’s clear commands were grave – he lost his crown, his life, and his heritage.
1 Samuel 13:14 We move on to consider another phase in the History of Redemption: the time from the anointing of David as king, to the Babylonian Captivity. The Lord takes another step forward in the work of redemption as the time of Christ continues to draw near.
1 Samuel 7:1-14 We reflect on the account of Samuel erecting Ebenezer, the ‘Stone of Help’ at the site of the victory God gave Israel over the Philistines – at the very place where earlier the Ark of the Covenant had been lost.
1 Samuel 22:9-23 This morning we look at the levels of authority God has set up for our government, and how we are to submit to them unless their commands contradict those of God. We first consider what true submission is and see that it isn’t the same thing as outward o
1 Samuel 3 We look again at the characters in the ‘hall of faith’ in Hebrews 11, this time dwelling on Samuel. The following points are considered: * The importance of Samuel on the stage of Old Testament Scripture * The roles which Samuel performed – prophet, pri
1 Samuel 17 CONSEQUENCES OF SIN; IMPORTANCE OF INNER BEAUTY; GIFT OF FAITH, GOD MAKES HIS VICTORY OVER THE DEVIL MORE GLORIOUS BY THE WAY IN WHICH HE DOES IT
1 Samuel 26:8-11 In order to honor the Lord in the protection of the lives of others, you must resist anything that would prompt you or someone else to injure another in any way.