SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON 2 SAMUEL

Our sermon ideas on 2 Samuel will help you preach a powerful message on God's unconditional promise to David. Preach on topics including the rule and reign of David, the ark of the covenant brought to Jerusalem, God's promise to David's descendants, the sin and rebellion of David, and true repentance. Prepare your messages on God's Word in 2 Samuel with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


2 SAMUEL SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

II Samuel is concerned solely with the character of David, who reigns first as King over Judah (Ch. 1-4) and then King over the United Kingdoms of Judah and Israel (Ch. 5-24). Following the uniting of Kingdoms during the reign of David, the political and religious capitol is established at Jerusalem...

by Dan Hill

The culture that we live in just doesn't understand the grace of God. We often hear words like karma, fate and luck but there is not much talk about grace. And maybe one of the reasons grace is not talked about is because it is so misunderstood. In our culture grace has come to mean entitlement, tolerance, and indulgence. And besides that, in...

by John Barnett

All that really matters in life may be reduced to one simple reality--what does God think of what you are doing or have done. As we open in our Bibles to the last sentence of 2nd Samuel 11:27, and read those words that is exactly the perspective God presents of David's life at that moment...

by Jeff Schreve

The truth of the matter is everyone gets afraid. You do, I do, and the guy wearing the "No fear" t-shirt does - fear is just something that we deal with. Webster defines fear this way: a strong sense of personal danger whether real or imagined. We have all kinds of fears. We fear the future. We fear change. We fear failure...

by Stuart Briscoe

As soon as David had established Jerusalem as the new capital of Israel, he determined to address the spiritual needs of the nation. His first action was to restore the Ark of the Covenant to its rightful place of prominence in the life of the society. His action has deep significance...

by North Coast Church

Four Annoying Questions That Demand Answers: Am I looking for what God is teaching me in this situation or am I looking at my own ego? How has God forgiven me this year? Is there someone I need to forgive or ask forgiveness from? When annoyed, how can I start to respond differently in the new year?...

by Johnny Hunt

How earnestly David longed for the water of the well of Bethlehem. This was David's city, and he knew the excellence of the water there. It was harvest-time; the weather was hot; he was thirsty; perhaps good water was scarce, and therefore he earnestly wished, "O that I could but have one drink of the water of the well of...

by Jeff Strite

We're going to talk about exposure. Initially, as I prepared for this sermon I considered approaching this passage totally from perspective of guys. The problem of looking lustfully at women is "a guy thing" and this is an ideal passage to deal with it. However, the deeper I looked at the text, the more I realized there was something in this story for the WHOLE family...

by Brad Whitt

Have you ever wanted something that you knew was impossible? Maybe it was a job you knew you'd never get. Maybe it was an award you knew you'd never win. Maybe it was a chance that you knew would never come around again. But there was something that you wanted that you knew was absolutely, completely, totally impossible...

by Dennis Marquardt

Faithfulness is not so much a product as it is a process! Being faithful to God this week doesn't guarantee that you will not have to discipline yourself to be faithful to Him next week! Faithfulness requires an act of will all the time! We must continuously choose to be faithful to the Lord, even those who have lived many years faithfully but...