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Oak Crest Baptist - Midlothian, Texas
Proclaiming the Glory of God through the Gospel of Christ
Category: Christianity
Location: Midlothian, TX
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May 15, 2019 05:49 PM PDT

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King: The Suffering King

1 Samuel 23:1-29

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what was right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

May 08, 2019 05:25 PM PDT

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King:
The Fugitive

1 Samuel 21:10-22:23

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

May 01, 2019 05:31 PM PDT

Series 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King: Life Giving Bread

1 Samuel 21: 1-9

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what was right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

April 24, 2019 05:33 PM PDT

The New Birth

John 3:1-18

One night a leader of the Jews came to Jesus curious about who he was and what he was all about. What followed was one of the most important conversations of Jesus' earthly ministry. Jesus told Nicodemus he must today who hear that phrase. What does it mean to be born again? the answer to that question is the difference between life and death. The truth of Scripture as if we experience the second birth we will not experience the second death. Pray the Lord will speak to us this Resurrection Day morning through the truth of his Word and the power of his Spirit.

April 21, 2019 08:34 AM PDT

The King of Rock

Luke 19: 28-40

Can you imagine the excitement that would have been in the air? Jesus was entering the City of David, Jerusalem. All of the disciples would have been certain their waiting was finished. This was the moment they had waited for. The one they knew was the promised Messiah was finally going to triumphantly enter the City of David and assume his rightful throne. It was going to be wonderful. Finally, Rome and Herod would get what was coming to them. That may have been the expectation on that Sunday before the crucifixion, but things would turn out another way. This morning we are observing Palm Sunday by examining Jesus' "Triumphal Entry." It was certainly triumphal, but in a way unexpected by the disciples.

April 07, 2019 10:25 AM PDT

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King: Jonathan Warns David

1 Samuel 20:1-32

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what was right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

March 31, 2019 04:48 PM PDT

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King: Saul's Attempted Murder

1 Samuel 19:1-24

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

March 27, 2019 05:11 PM PDT

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King:
Love and Hate for David
1 Samuel 18:1-16

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

March 17, 2019 08:21 AM PDT

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King: The Battle is the Lord's

1 Samuel 17:1-58

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

March 03, 2019 03:45 PM PST

Series: 1 Samuel: The Sovereign King:
David Serves Saul

1 Samuel 16:14-23

After the Israelites entered the land God promised them and began to take control of that land, the Bible repeatedly says, "There was no king in Israel and everyone did what right in his own eyes." Not only was there no physical king over all of Israel, more importantly Israel had forgotten that her king was God himself. How true that is in our day as well, everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Truth has become relative. What is true for you might not be true for me. Nothing could be further from the biblical truth. 1 Samuel is the story of God's establishment of the throne of David. A kingship which pointed to the ultimate sovereign who would reign on that throne, God himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Who reigns in your life? Let's join together and worship the Sovereign King.

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