Cause and Effect Consequences

The next few weeks we will conclude our study of 1 & 2 Samuel. 2 Samuel 21:1-24:25 is an appendix to David’s career as the Lord’s anointed. The emphasis, of the appendix, is on David’s praise for God’s sovereign mercies and the mighty warriors the Lord used in the service of the king. 

Last week we discovered that the central theme 2 Samuel 15-20 was “rebellion.” The rebellion, in chapters 15-20, was first started by David’s own personal sin. – adultery. Then, we seaw the unbroken chain of cause and effect consequences of rebellion.

The stories of rape, murder, revolt, overthrow, division, revolt, murder, decapitation, drought, and death. resulting from Israel’s sin were fitting reminders that no king was above the word of the Lord.

By | 2019-01-06T20:01:44-05:00 January 7th, 2019|Categories: All, Promises|

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Pastor Phil, his wife Carol, and their three children, started in Bixby over 23 years ago when New Beginnings was meeting in a downtown Bixby store front. As a result of God's blessings, New Beginnings has become one of the fastest growing churches in Oklahoma. Pastor Phil graduated from Tulsa East Central High School (1978), and Tulsa University (1982). After serving for 11 years as a Student Pastor, at the age of twenty-nine Phil began to pastor his first church in Edgewater, Colorado. Phil received a Master’s Degree from Denver Theological Seminary (1994) and completed his doctorate in Missions and Evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2012. Phil and Carol are honored to serve God in a Kingdom minded church, with joy and longevity.

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