Aug 7, 2016
7. 2 Samuel 3:1-39 Important Lessons to Glean
007-2 Samuel 3:1-39
Important Lessons to Glean
Pastor Phil Ballmaier
8-7-16
 
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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  • Aug 7, 20167. 2 Samuel 3:1-39 Important Lessons to Glean
    Aug 7, 2016
    7. 2 Samuel 3:1-39 Important Lessons to Glean
    007-2 Samuel 3:1-39
    Important Lessons to Glean
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    8-7-16
     
    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.”
  • Aug 3, 201623. Exodus 23:1-33 (8-3-16)
    Aug 3, 2016
    23. Exodus 23:1-33 (8-3-16)
    023-Exodus 23:1-33
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    Book of Exodus
    8-3-16
     
    Join us as Pastor Phil continues in the Book of Exodus.
     

    The Book of Genesis ended with the death of Joseph in Egypt but not before he made the children of Israel promise that when God delivered them out of Egypt, they would take his bones with them into the Promised Land. The Book of Exodus is the continuation of the Book of Genesis which is why the Hebrew text begins with the word “And”.

    The word ‘exodus’ means exit, and the theme of the book is deliverance. However you can’t have deliverance without a deliverer. And therefore the principle figure around which the book is built is God’s deliverer, Moses. God will use Moses to lead His people out of the bondage of Egypt just as He would someday use Jesus to lead His people out of the bondage of sin and death.

  • Jul 31, 20166. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-The Dividing of the Church
    Jul 31, 2016
    6. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-The Dividing of the Church

    006-2 Samuel 2:1-32
    Civil War-The Dividing of the Church Part 4
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    7-31-16

    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.”
  • Jul 24, 20165. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-The Dividing of the Family
    Jul 24, 2016
    5. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-The Dividing of the Family

    005-2 Samuel 2:1-32
    Civil War-The Dividing of The Family
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    7-24-16The 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.”
  • Jul 20, 201622. Exodus 22:7-31 (7-20-16)
    Jul 20, 2016
    22. Exodus 22:7-31 (7-20-16)
    022-Exodus 22:7-31
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    Book of Exodus
    7-20-16
     
    Join us as Pastor Phil continues in the Book of Exodus.
     
    The Book of Genesis ended with the death of Joseph in Egypt but not before he made the children of Israel promise that when God delivered them out of Egypt, they would take his bones with them into the Promised Land. The Book of Exodus is the continuation of the Book of Genesis which is why the Hebrew text begins with the word “And”.
     
    The word ‘exodus’ means exit, and the theme of the book is deliverance. However you can’t have deliverance without a deliverer. And therefore the principle figure around which the book is built is God’s deliverer, Moses. God will use Moses to lead His people out of the bondage of Egypt just as He would someday use Jesus to lead His people out of the bondage of sin and death.
  • Jul 17, 20164. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-The Dividing of America
    Jul 17, 2016
    4. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-The Dividing of America

    004-2 Samuel 2:1-32
    Civil War - The Dividing of America
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    7-17-16

    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.”
  • Jul 13, 201621. Exodus 21:15-22:6 (7-13-16)
    Jul 13, 2016
    21. Exodus 21:15-22:6 (7-13-16)
    021-Exodus 21:15-22:6
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    Book of Exodus
    7-13-16
     
    Join us as Pastor Phil continues in the Book of Exodus.
     
    The Book of Genesis ended with the death of Joseph in Egypt but not before he made the children of Israel promise that when God delivered them out of Egypt, they would take his bones with them into the Promised Land. The Book of Exodus is the continuation of the Book of Genesis which is why the Hebrew text begins with the word “And”.
     
    The word ‘exodus’ means exit, and the theme of the book is deliverance. However you can’t have deliverance without a deliverer. And therefore the principle figure around which the book is built is God’s deliverer, Moses. God will use Moses to lead His people out of the bondage of Egypt just as He would someday use Jesus to lead His people out of the bondage of sin and death.
  • Jun 26, 20163. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-Part One
    Jun 26, 2016
    3. 2 Samuel 2:1-32 Civil War-Part One

    003-2 Samuel 2:1-32
    Civil War-Part One
    Pastor Phil Ballmaier
    6-26-16

    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.”