When the Mighty Fall sermon video. How do you feel when the mighty fall? Do you grieve a chosen of God fell? David grieved. The media and even preachers rejoiced in the falling of Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, Ted Haggard, and President Bill Clinton. The Amalekite news media and Amalekite religion stood over those men plunging in swords. What a wrong attitude to have when the mighty fall. We will talk about many things in this study, but the primary thought I pray I communicate is the importance of the attitude of our heart when the mighty fall.
David the King
By Delbert Young
When the Mighty Fall sermon video
Scriptures: 1 Samuel 26:21, Psalms 14:1, 1 Samuel 31:1-6, 8-10, 1 Samuel 1:4, 10, 11-12 14-16, 19, 2 Samuel 2:1, Exodus 28:30, 1Samuel 23:6, 30:7-8, John 10:27
Have you ever thought about what they will write in your obituary? What words will summarize your life? What will the preacher say about your relationship with the Lord? What will people say about your being a friend? What will your spouse say about your being a husband or wife? What will your children say about your being a mom or dad? Will there not be “enough” good words and too little time to tell the memories describing you? Or, will you be one of those for whom people desperately search for something meaningful to say?
Saul’s life was the later.
1 Samuel 26:21 Then said Saul, …behold, I HAVE PLAYED THE FOOL, AND HAVE ERRED EXCEEDINGLY.
Those are Saul’s own words about himself and the Biblical definition of a fool is…
Psalms 14:1 The fool says in his heart, “THERE IS NO GOD.” They are corrupt, their deeds are vile…
Saul possessed such potential, yet came to a place in his own heart of living as though there is no God. He ended corrupt. His deeds were vile. His tombstone read, “I HAVE PLAYED THE FOOL, AND ERRED EXCEEDINGLY.” (continue sermon notes)
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