Power Politics and the People Who Suffer (2 Samuel 3:6-16)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, August 5, 2012
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

You've heard the expression, "You can't change City Hall." It expresses a degree of discouragement about local politics. People are even more discouraged about the fact that we can't seem to change Washington, DC no matter which party controls the Executive and Legislative branches. Power politics seems to be the name of the game. This sermon not only examines the dynamics of power politics, but also what we as Christians should do about it.

Tags: agendas, ambition, authority, conspiracy, control, coup, Fear, grasping, intimidation, lesser of two evils, Obamacare, pawn, politics, power, pragmatism, pushback, RINOS, tea party, ten commandments, unconstitutional, usurping

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