Sermons by Donnie Johnson

Sermons by Donnie Johnson

The King – Part 12

2 Samuel 12:9Psalm 51:1-11Psalm 51:12-19Hebrews 12:1 God uses imperfect people Take sin seriously Repentance is a regular part of our life with God

The King – Part 11

2 Samuel 7:1-172 Samuel 7:18-29 When God says “no” often there is a greater “yes” God is fully committed to His promises even when we are not always fully committed to ours Worship is a response to God’s revelation

The King – Part 8

1 Samuel 24:1-41 Samuel 24:5-11 Psalm 731 Samuel 24:12-22 Psalm 62:5-8 Our motive to do the right thing cannot always be immediate reward Those that wait upon the Lord should have an attitude of trust in God This sort of attitude manifests itself in humility and love

The King – Part 7

1 Samuel 22:1-22 Samuel 23:8-22 We need community Mighty people are not born, they are grown Our community changes us 2 Samuel 23:13-171 Corinthians 1:26-31

The King – Part 5

1 Samuel 23:14-15 Psalm 13Psalm 63 Do not be surprised by wilderness seasons Learn the lessons of the season Remember that it is only a season

The King – Part 4

1 Samuel 18:1-161 Samuel 14:61 Samuel 20:14-15, 421 Samuel 23:15-18 3 Marks of True Friendship1. Selflessness2. Loyalty3. Authenticity John 15:12-17

The King – Part 2

1 Samuel 13:13-141 Samuel 15:10-311 Samuel 16:6-13 To obey is better than sacrifice Man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart We must choose between living for the approval of others or living for an audience of one Psalm 23

The King – Part 1

2 Samuel 23:1-7 5 Big Lessons that King David Teaches Us1. David teaches us about relating to God2. David teaches us about what it means to be a worshipper3. David teaches us about the need for a king who rules righteously4. David teaches us about Jesus5. David teaches us about facing troubles

Paradox – Part 6

How can we be free yet slaves at the same time? Before Christ, we are slaves to sin. Through Christ, we have been set free from sin but in so doing, we have become. slaves to God. We have to make a choice who we will be slaves to: sin or God.