DAVID THE KING SERMON SERIES BY DELBERT YOUNG

Though I did this series years ago, it remains one of my favorites. Here’s why. When David drew close to God, giants fell. When he didn’t, David fell. What a lesson. It’s a serious look at the life of King David, the man after God’s own heart.

David The King Sermon Series

by Delbert Young

David the King

David The King Sermon Series

A Heart for God – sermon video audio notes

A Heart for God sermon video

Who’s Your Giant? sermon video audio notes

Who’s Your Giant sermon video

A Covenant Friend – sermon video audio notes

A Covenant Friend sermon video

Crutch Removing – sermon video audio notes

Crutch Removing sermon video

The Cave Adullam – sermon video audio notes

The Cave Adullam sermon video

Mercy or Vengeance – sermon video audio notes

Mercy or Vengeance sermon video

Who’s the Fool? sermon video audio notes

Who’s the Fool sermon video

Camping with the Enemy – sermon video audio notes

Camping with the Enemy sermon video

When the Mighty Fall – sermon video audio notes

When the Mighty Fall sermon video

Stronghold – sermon video audio notes

Stronghold sermon video

Uzzah Uzzed – sermon video audio notes

Uzzah Uzzed sermon video

Peace and Reflection – sermon video audio notes

Peace and Reflection sermon video

David and Bathsheba, Balcony Attitude – sermon video audio notes

David and Bathsheba Balcony Attitude sermon video

David, How’s Your Family? sermon video audio notes

David How Is Your Family sermon video

National Leaders Bring A Nation’s Judgment – sermon video audio notes

National Leaders Bring A Nation’s Judgment sermon video

Go the Way of All the Earth – sermon video audio notes

Go the Way of All the Earth sermon video

 

Of all the Bible characters we are allowed to study… of all the characters from which we glean our lessons of life, none are more instructive than DAVID. Did you realize next to Jesus Christ, the Lord dedicates more Bible to David than any other person? (Something like 66 chapters in the O.T. and fifty-nine references in the N.T.) What’s the Lord trying to tell us?

The story of David begins with David as a young boy. It never has ended. Though David’s death is recorded, his story still goes on. Again, what do you think the Lord is attempting to tell us through David? David’s story moves from great faith to great doubt to great confusion, to great confidence, to great fear, to great sin, to… His life is like a ride at Disney World: up, down, curve, sharp snatching turn, and seldom smooth. Yet, David is the only person in the entire Bible to whom God refers as a man after God’s own heart. What does this mean? One thing it means is David was after the heart of God. David wanted to capture God’s heart. A man’s heart and a woman’s heart should be a heart after the Father’s heart.

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Life Gate Church sermons by Delbert Young