by Stuart Briscoe

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NOTE: This sermon is part 17 and 18 of a 18 part sermon series. Two sermons outlines are included in this download.


Part 17: David-The Man Who Had a Personal Revival
Series: God's Gallery
Stuart Briscoe
Psalm 51

David, "the man after God's own heart", who "served his generation by the will of God" knew what it was to fall into the hands of the forces of evil from which only God can deliver. He, like everyone else, needed a personal revival.

The steps were quite simple.

I. Repentance.

A. The sin conceived. 2 Samuel 11
1. Laziness. v. 1

2. Wantonness. vv. 2-3

3. Selfishness. v. 4

4. Deceitfulness. vv. 5-17

B. The sin concealed.
1. By false piety. v. 25

2. By pseudo-respectability. v. 27

C. The sin condemned. 2 Samuel 12


Part 18: Samuel-The Man Who Brought Things to a Stand Still
Series: God's Gallery
Stuart Briscoe
1 Samuel 9:27-10:7

Samuel lived during a time of political and religious upheaval. Israel, which had traditionally been a theocracy was now clamoring to become a monarchy. In the heat of the moment, Samuel exhorted the people to stand still and…

I. Listen to the Word of God. 1 Samuel 9:27

A. The COMFORTING aspect of the Word. 1 Samuel 10:1-2
1. Providential calling. v. 1

2. Practical care. v. 2

B. The CONVINCING aspect of the Word. vv. 3-4 (fulfilled predictions)

C. The CONVERTING aspect of the Word. vv. 5-6

D. The COMMISSIONING aspect of the Word. v. 7

E. The CONSTRAINGING aspect of the Word. v. 8

II. Learn of the Ways of God. 1 Samuel 12:7

A. His ways are recognizable. vv. 6-11

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