Mar 12, 2017
32. 2 Samuel 19:9-23 Bringing Back the King

032-2 Samuel 19:9-23
Bringing Back The King
Pastor Phil Ballmaier
3-12-17

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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  • Mar 12, 201732. 2 Samuel 19:9-23 Bringing Back the King
    Mar 12, 2017
    32. 2 Samuel 19:9-23 Bringing Back the King

    032-2 Samuel 19:9-23
    Bringing Back The King
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    3-12-17

    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.”
  • Mar 8, 201713. James 5:7-20 (3-8-17)
    Mar 8, 2017
    13. James 5:7-20 (3-8-17)

    James 5:7-20
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    3-8-17

    The Book of James challenges us to walk in faith and obedience as doers of the Word and not hearers only. It is a radical call to commitment for those who are followers of Jesus Christ.

     
  • Mar 5, 201731. 2 Samuel 18:33-19:8 Perspective
    Mar 5, 2017
    31. 2 Samuel 18:33-19:8 Perspective

    031-2 Samuel 18:33-19:8
    Perspective
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    3-5-17

    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.”
  • Mar 1, 201712. James 5:1-6 (3-1-17)
    Mar 1, 2017
    12. James 5:1-6 (3-1-17)

    James 5:1-6
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    3-1-17

    The James who wrote the epistle that bears his name is regarded by most, if not all evangelicals, to be James the half-brother of the Lord Jesus Christ. James was not a follower of Jesus during His earthly ministry but became a believer after His resurrection. James went on to become the lead pastor of the church in Jerusalem. He was the one who made the deciding speech at the Jerusalem Council (15:13–22), and Paul called James one of the pillars of the church (Galatians 2:9).

    The Book of James challenges us to walk in faith and obedience as doers of the Word and not hearers only. It is a radical call to commitment for those who are followers of Jesus Christ.

    Calvary Chapel Elk Grove is a non-denominational fellowship located in Elk Grove Village, a northwest suburb of Chicago in Illinois, led by our Senior Pastor, Phil Ballmaier.

    Our primary mission is to teach God's Word in its' entirety, verse-by-verse, precept upon precept. We believe that the Word of God is living and powerful, and because of Jesus' work on the Cross, He can and does move in the lives of His people.

    For more information, call us at 1.847.895.3545.
  • Feb 26, 201730. 2 Samuel 18:19-33 Messengers Without a Message
    Feb 26, 2017
    30. 2 Samuel 18:19-33 Messengers Without a Message

    2 Samuel 18:19-33
    Messengers Without A Message
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    2-26-17

    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.”
  • Feb 22, 201711. James 4:11-17 (2-22-17)
    Feb 22, 2017
    11. James 4:11-17 (2-22-17)

    James 4:11-17
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    2-22-17

    The James who wrote the epistle that bears his name is regarded by most, if not all evangelicals, to be James the half-brother of the Lord Jesus Christ. James was not a follower of Jesus during His earthly ministry but became a believer after His resurrection. James went on to become the lead pastor of the church in Jerusalem. He was the one who made the deciding speech at the Jerusalem Council (15:13–22), and Paul called James one of the pillars of the church (Galatians 2:9).

    The Book of James challenges us to walk in faith and obedience as doers of the Word and not hearers only. It is a radical call to commitment for those who are followers of Jesus Christ.

    Calvary Chapel Elk Grove is a non-denominational fellowship located in Elk Grove Village, a northwest suburb of Chicago in Illinois, led by our Senior Pastor, Phil Ballmaier.

    Our primary mission is to teach God's Word in its' entirety, verse-by-verse, precept upon precept. We believe that the Word of God is living and powerful, and because of Jesus' work on the Cross, He can and does move in the lives of His people.

    For more information, call us at 1.847.895.3545.
  • Feb 19, 201729. 2 Samuel 17:24-18:18 Absalom’s Monument
    Feb 19, 2017
    29. 2 Samuel 17:24-18:18 Absalom’s Monument

    2 Samuel 17:24-18:18
    Absalom's Monument
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    2-19-17

    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.”
  • Feb 12, 201728. 2 Samuel 17:1-23 A Wise Fool
    Feb 12, 2017
    28. 2 Samuel 17:1-23 A Wise Fool

    2 Samuel 17:1-23
    A Wise Fool
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    2-12-17

    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.”