Today, as we look at The Story of David, we see a deep friendship that David develops. As unlikely as the friendship becomes, it helps David through a very difficult time, when someone is actually trying to kill him!
This week we have a very special guest in Paul Talley, of the Traveling Talley's, along with his wife, Cindy, are in town to share with us. Paul gives the message today.
This is the third week of looking into The Story of David. We see the battle between David and Goliath, why it happened, and what we can learn from David's attitude . We'll see that all things really are possible!
This week we are starting a new series titled, The Story of David. Actually, we started this series two weeks ago, with the message titled, "Chosen." This was the story of Samuel anointing David to be the next king of Israel. We didn't know that would begin a series, but there you have it!
This series will take an in-depth look at who David is, sort of a character study, to see why he's such an important character. This week we see how he happened to begin working for King Saul, playing music to help sooth him when the darkness tormented him.
This week we look at Jesus calming the storm in the Sea of Galilee. We'll also offer some insight into how Jesus can calm the storms in our lives, as well.
In the Old Testament book of Samuel, God rejects the king of Israel, and chooses a new king. But God's qualifications to be king are far from what we would think. God makes His choice. This week we're going to look into that choice. How the choice is made, what God looks at in making that choice, and how that choice is revealed to the people. God has chosen you, too. We'll see what that looks like as well.
Today we dedicate a new banner, donated and lovingly made by one of our members, Sharon Slater. The message is about the words on the banner: Faith, Hope & Love.
Sermon from Waverly First Baptist Church, Waverly, NY. Pastor Steve Dygert. This week is Memorial Day, and we look at the balance between pausing to remember those who went before, and looking ahead, striving to serve God.
This week on the church calendar is the Day of Pentecost. This is the day the Holy Spirit filled the disciples, and they went out into the streets preaching the gospel. 3,000 people were added to their number that day. What can we learn from that event? How can we be filled with the Holy Spirit?
This week we see Jesus In his role as High Priest, Jesus prays for his disciples that in the days to come they may be busy doing God’s work in the world. If we really want to see what's important, we can look to Jesus' final prayer for His disciples. Seek out God’s will for this world, and partner with him in the work he does for the sake of that world.