Worship: Lessons from the Life of David—Part 1
Tim Fulkerson | 9.9.2018
1 Samuel 16:1–13
This first sermon focuses on David serving at home in obscurity as a shepherd in the field tending his sheep. While he was hidden from society, David made private worship a priority. Even as a young man, the Lord was with Him. Themes: What is worship? Will we worship God in private? Getting back to foundations.
Worship: Lessons from the Life of David—Part 2
Tim Fulkerson | 9.16.2018
1 Samuel 16:14–23
David enters King Saul’s court and plays music in worship to God. To Saul these were simply songs that were beautifully played, but for David it was more than a song . . . it was worship. The whole atmosphere of the room changed because of David. He truly had a heart for God.
Themes: Will we worship with our hearts? Will we give God our best? Will we humble ourselves? Will we change our environment?
Worship: Lessons from the Life of David—Part 3
Tim Fulkerson | 9.23.2018
1 Samuel 17
When faced with the giant Goliath, David trusted God for the victory. Worship is more than a song, but a life of obedience and confidence in God. When we faithfully obey God, we are worshipping Him! Obedience is better than sacrifice.
Themes: Is our worship demonstrated with a faithful life? Will we worship God in our challenges? Worship is a choice!
Worship: Lessons from the Life of David—Part 4
Tim Fulkerson | 9.30.2018
1 Samuel 18:1–5; 2 Samuel 23:8–39
Private worship is important, but we also must make it a priority to be in communal worship as well. David’s friendship with Jonathan, as well as with his mighty men, reveal that he honored God in the midst of community. Something unique happens when we gather with others in worship.
Themes: Will we faithfully worship God corporately? Will we celebrate God with other Christians?