Tag: Absalom

Sermon: The spirit of offence and the Antidote

The spirit of Offence and the Andtidote. Featured image used for The Sermon Outline.

Introduction

Disappointments and frustrations are a part of daily life. After all, we are living on earth, not heaven. Focusing my attention on the ever-present negativity allows the spirit of offence to settle down within me, form my attitudes, take control of my reactions to situations and ultimately shape my character.

Example: The Israelites in the wilderness were frustrated and offended at God because God wouldn’t move the way they expected. Cain felt offended at God and murdered his own brother because God rejected his offer and entertained Abel’s.

Sermon: Lessons from Absalom and King David

The monument in the Kidron Valley traditionally ascribed as the Tomb of Absalom

Introduction

I  am convinced that the three greatest things for the healing of a relationship are Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness. This story has got to be one of the saddest in all of scripture. Here are a father and a son, both of whom loved each other, but they died as enemies. It didn’t have to be that way. There are undoubtedly some damaged relationships here today. Can we learn some lessons from the story of David and Absalom?

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