When Things Are Not As They Appear (1 Samuel 28:1-6)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, March 11, 2012
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

Life is never as neat and tidy as we might prefer. It is filled with disappointments, surprises, unexpected obstacles and opportunities. How we respond to such things often reveals the true character of our hearts. This sermon calls us to not be driven by the expectations of others, and shows us how to handle confusing circumstances with the faith of David.

Tags: character, Chrysostom, circumstances, consequences, forgiveness, Ignatius, influence, laws of harvest, medium, providence, puzzle, sovereign, spiritist, underground, underground resistance, Ziklag

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