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Series Title: David: Pleasing the Heart of God

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Sunday morning: July 20, 2014

Message Title: David’s anointing: the surprising selection of a shepherd to be king

by: Pastor Gary Yochum
Scripture Reference: I Samuel 16.1-13
Tags: old testament, 1 samuel

Central Thought: What matters to God is the heart. ...

Central Thought: What matters to God is the heart.

I. An unexpected choice: the last becomes first

  • Samuel goes to anoint a new king (1-5)
  • God tells Samuel what matters most (6-10)
  • God identifies His new king (11-12)
  • God’s Spirit comes upon David (13)

II. Truths about an unchanging God

  • God sovereignly governs all of history (1)
  • God measures worth differently from man (7)
  • God’s Spirit is God’s gift to God’s elect (13)

III. The gospel: study David, find Jesus

  • God provides for Himself a king (1)
  • God’s anointed one (3)
  • God is pleased by His king (7)
  • God’s Spirit is on God’s king (13)

IV. Pleasing God’s heart: personally; corporately

  • Discipline your judgments by God’s word (7)
  • Reserve ordinations for men who demonstrate a heart that longs to please God (13)
Sermon Audio
2014_07_20_AM.mp3

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