Zion (2 Samuel 5:6-16)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, September 23, 2012
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

This sermon tackles the marvelous theology of Zion. In the process it gives us lessons on the nature of the kingdom, the difference between faith and presumption, human inability, walking in the supernatural, the place of Jew and Gentile in the church, and the warning that Satan sows his seeds at the very time that we are having our greatest Gospel victories.

Tags: confidence, David, Faith, Federalism, Gospel, Hiram, interposition, Jebusite, Jerusalem, Joab, Melchizedek, Philistine, polygamy, presumption, typology, Zion, Zionism

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