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Preparing to Worship on August 31, 2014

  Sermon: "A Text that Terrifies" The preaching passage: 1 Samuel 28:1-31:13 These books trace the rise of kingship in Israel, beginning with Saul and transitioning to Israel's greatest king, David. The story is fraught with ups and downs for the nation, as well as  spectacular displays of righteousness and spectacular forays into sin by the kings themselves. ...

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Preparing to Worship on August 24, 2014

  Sermon: "Deliverance and Delight" The preaching passage: Psalm 18 These books trace the rise of kingship in Israel, beginning with Saul and transitioning to Israel's greatest king, David. The story is fraught with ups and downs for the nation, as well as  spectacular displays of righteousness and spectacular forays into sin by the kings themselves. All along...

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Preparing to Worship on August 17, 2014

  Sermon: "Life with the King" The preaching passage: 1 Samuel 18:1-27:12 These books trace the rise of kingship in Israel, beginning with Saul and transitioning to Israel's greatest king, David. The story is fraught with ups and downs for the nation, as well as  spectacular displays of righteousness and spectacular forays into sin by the kings themselves. All...

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Preparing to Worship on August 10, 2014

  Sermon: "Give Me a Man" The preaching passage: 1 Samuel 16:1-17:58 These books trace the rise of kingship in Israel, beginning with Saul and transitioning to Israel's greatest king, David. The story is fraught with ups and downs for the nation, as well as  spectacular displays of righteousness and spectacular forays into sin by the kings themselves. All alon...

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Preparing to Worship on Sunday, August 3, 2014

  Sermon: "The Bleating of Sheep" The preaching passage: 1 Samuel 13:1-15:35 These books trace the rise of kingship in Israel, beginning with Saul and transitioning to Israel's greatest king, David. The story is fraught with ups and downs for the nation, as well as  spectacular displays of righteousness and spectacular forays into sin by the kings themselves. ...

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