Jun 25, 2017
43. 2 Samuel 23:8-23 Be a Mighty Man of God
043-2 Samuel 23:8-23
Be A Mighty Man of God
Pastor Phil Ballmaier
6-25-17
 
The Book of 2 Samuel chronicles David’s rise to power as Israel’s second, and possibly greatest king in their history. His reign covered forty years (seven in Hebron over the tribe of Judah; and thirty-three years as king over all of Israel). David’s reign, although glorious, wasn’t free from controversy and shame. His sin with Bathsheba, the rebellion in his own family with regard to Absalom and his numbering of the people leading to God’s judgment were a few of the darker events of David’s later years as king.
Approximately half of the book tells of King David’s success and the other half shows his failures. Overall the Holy Spirit lifts David up in the pages of Scripture as a man after God’s heart—a man who loved God and never worshiped an idol. And as such he became the standard the Lord used to judge all the other kings of Israel and Judah by—the degree to which “they walked in the steps of their father David.”
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  • Jun 25, 201743. 2 Samuel 23:8-23 Be a Mighty Man of God
    Jun 25, 2017
    43. 2 Samuel 23:8-23 Be a Mighty Man of God
    043-2 Samuel 23:8-23
    Be A Mighty Man of God
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    6-25-17
     
    The Book of 2 Samuel chronicles David’s rise to power as Israel’s second, and possibly greatest king in their history. His reign covered forty years (seven in Hebron over the tribe of Judah; and thirty-three years as king over all of Israel). David’s reign, although glorious, wasn’t free from controversy and shame. His sin with Bathsheba, the rebellion in his own family with regard to Absalom and his numbering of the people leading to God’s judgment were a few of the darker events of David’s later years as king.
    Approximately half of the book tells of King David’s success and the other half shows his failures. Overall the Holy Spirit lifts David up in the pages of Scripture as a man after God’s heart—a man who loved God and never worshiped an idol. And as such he became the standard the Lord used to judge all the other kings of Israel and Judah by—the degree to which “they walked in the steps of their father David.”
  • Jun 18, 201742. 2 Samuel 23:1-7 (Words that Matter) 6-18-17
    Jun 18, 2017
    42. 2 Samuel 23:1-7 (Words that Matter) 6-18-17
    042-2 Samuel 23:1-7
    Words That Matter
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    6-18-17
     
    The Book of 2 Samuel chronicles David’s rise to power as Israel’s second, and possibly greatest king in their history. His reign covered forty years (seven in Hebron over the tribe of Judah; and thirty-three years as king over all of Israel). David’s reign, although glorious, wasn’t free from controversy and shame. His sin with Bathsheba, the rebellion in his own family with regard to Absalom and his numbering of the people leading to God’s judgment were a few of the darker events of David’s later years as king.
    Approximately half of the book tells of King David’s success and the other half shows his failures. Overall the Holy Spirit lifts David up in the pages of Scripture as a man after God’s heart—a man who loved God and never worshiped an idol. And as such he became the standard the Lord used to judge all the other kings of Israel and Judah by—the degree to which “they walked in the steps of their father David.”
  • Jun 14, 201712. Daniel 9:25-27 (6-14-17)
    Jun 14, 2017
    12. Daniel 9:25-27 (6-14-17)

    Daniel 9:25-27
    Book of Daniel
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    6-14-17

    Daniel was one of the Hebrew teenagers taken captive by the Babylonians and brought to Babylon in the first deportation which occurred in 606 BC. Daniel was deeply committed to his God, the God of Israel, and purposed that he would live for and honor God in Babylon even as he had done in Jerusalem.

    Because of Daniel’s faith and commitment to God, the LORD used him in incredible ways and he became a high ranking official in both the Babylonian and Medo-Persian empires. His life personifies the adage, “Blossom wherever God plants you.” Daniel was a man who purposed in his heart (1:8) that he would not defile himself with the pleasures of Babylon (the world) but would remain faithful to his God no matter what. The Book of Daniel is not only a book of history, it is also one of the most incredible books of prophecy in the Bible. As we read and study this book may we accept the challenge the Holy Spirit has placed in it for all of us who are the people of God—“Dare to be a Daniel!”

    For more information visit our website at: www.ccelkgrove.org

    We can be contacted at 1.847.895.3545
  • Jun 11, 201741. 2 Samuel 22:1-51 A Psalm of Praise
    Jun 11, 2017
    41. 2 Samuel 22:1-51 A Psalm of Praise

    041-2 Samuel 22:1-51
    A Psalm of Praise
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    6-11-17

    The Book of 2 Samuel chronicles David’s rise to power as Israel’s second, and possibly greatest king in their history. His reign covered forty years (seven in Hebron over the tribe of Judah; and thirty-three years as king over all of Israel). David’s reign, although glorious, wasn’t free from controversy and shame. His sin with Bathsheba, the rebellion in his own family with regard to Absalom and his numbering of the people leading to God’s judgment were a few of the darker events of David’s later years as king.

    Approximately half of the book tells of King David’s success and the other half shows his failures. Overall the Holy Spirit lifts David up in the pages of Scripture as a man after God’s heart—a man who loved God and never worshiped an idol. And as such he became the standard the Lord used to judge all the other kings of Israel and Judah by—the degree to which “they walked in the steps of their father David.”
  • Jun 4, 201740. 2 Samuel 21:15-22 Land of the Giants
    Jun 4, 2017
    40. 2 Samuel 21:15-22 Land of the Giants

    040-2 Samuel 21:15-22
    Land of the Giants
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    6-4-17

    The Book of 2 Samuel chronicles David’s rise to power as Israel’s second, and possibly greatest king in their history. His reign covered forty years (seven in Hebron over the tribe of Judah; and thirty-three years as king over all of Israel). David’s reign, although glorious, wasn’t free from controversy and shame. His sin with Bathsheba, the rebellion in his own family with regard to Absalom and his numbering of the people leading to God’s judgment were a few of the darker events of David’s later years as king.

    Approximately half of the book tells of King David’s success and the other half shows his failures. Overall the Holy Spirit lifts David up in the pages of Scripture as a man after God’s heart—a man who loved God and never worshiped an idol. And as such he became the standard the Lord used to judge all the other kings of Israel and Judah by—the degree to which “they walked in the steps of their father David.”
  • Jun 1, 201710. Daniel 9:1-19 (5-31-17)
    Jun 1, 2017
    10. Daniel 9:1-19 (5-31-17)

    Daniel 9:1-19
    Book of Daniel
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    5-31-17

    Daniel was one of the Hebrew teenagers taken captive by the Babylonians and brought to Babylon in the first deportation which occurred in 606 BC. Daniel was deeply committed to his God, the God of Israel, and purposed that he would live for and honor God in Babylon even as he had done in Jerusalem.

    Because of Daniel’s faith and commitment to God, the LORD used him in incredible ways and he became a high ranking official in both the Babylonian and Medo-Persian empires. His life personifies the adage, “Blossom wherever God plants you.” Daniel was a man who purposed in his heart (1:8) that he would not defile himself with the pleasures of Babylon (the world) but would remain faithful to his God no matter what. The Book of Daniel is not only a book of history, it is also one of the most incredible books of prophecy in the Bible. As we read and study this book may we accept the challenge the Holy Spirit has placed in it for all of us who are the people of God—“Dare to be a Daniel!”

    For more information visit our website at: www.ccelkgrove.org

    We can be contacted at 1.847.895.3545
  • May 29, 201739. 2 Samuel 21:3-14 A Promise Is A Promise-Part 2
    May 29, 2017
    39. 2 Samuel 21:3-14 A Promise Is A Promise-Part 2

    2 Samuel 21:3-14
    A Promise Is A Promise-Part 2
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    5-28-17

    The Book of 2 Samuel chronicles David’s rise to power as Israel’s second, and possibly greatest king in their history. His reign covered forty years (seven in Hebron over the tribe of Judah; and thirty-three years as king over all of Israel). David’s reign, although glorious, wasn’t free from controversy and shame. His sin with Bathsheba, the rebellion in his own family with regard to Absalom and his numbering of the people leading to God’s judgment were a few of the darker events of David’s later years as king.

    Approximately half of the book tells of King David’s success and the other half shows his failures. Overall the Holy Spirit lifts David up in the pages of Scripture as a man after God’s heart—a man who loved God and never worshiped an idol. And as such he became the standard the Lord used to judge all the other kings of Israel and Judah by—the degree to which “they walked in the steps of their father David.”
  • May 24, 201709. Daniel 8:1-27 (5-24-17)
    May 24, 2017
    09. Daniel 8:1-27 (5-24-17)

    Daniel 8:1-27
    Book of Daniel
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    5-24-17

    Daniel was one of the Hebrew teenagers taken captive by the Babylonians and brought to Babylon in the first deportation which occurred in 606 BC. Daniel was deeply committed to his God, the God of Israel, and purposed that he would live for and honor God in Babylon even as he had done in Jerusalem.

    Because of Daniel’s faith and commitment to God, the LORD used him in incredible ways and he became a high ranking official in both the Babylonian and Medo-Persian empires. His life personifies the adage, “Blossom wherever God plants you.” Daniel was a man who purposed in his heart (1:8) that he would not defile himself with the pleasures of Babylon (the world) but would remain faithful to his God no matter what. The Book of Daniel is not only a book of history, it is also one of the most incredible books of prophecy in the Bible. As we read and study this book may we accept the challenge the Holy Spirit has placed in it for all of us who are the people of God—“Dare to be a Daniel!”

    For more information visit our website at: www.ccelkgrove.org

    We can be contacted at 1.847.895.3545