Pastor Wrinkles: Chapter Charts Pt. 138

amosThe Lord’s timing is most definitely not our timing. The Lord’s promises come to pass most often by increments, not all of a sudden. David discovered this as he walked from the moment of his boyhood anointing to be king through 15 years of battle with Saul. Even after Saul’s death the promise of kingship over Israel was not a done deal as II Samuel 2 and 3 tell us.

Here is what I see in today’s chapters:

II Samuel chapter 2 sermon topics/titles

1.  Taking the Next Step: II Sam. 2: 1-3

2.  Never Be Discouraged By Echoes of the Past: II Sam. 2:4-11

3.  the Consequences of Refusing To Follow the Lord’s Anointed: II Sam. 2:30,31

II Samuel chapter 3 sermon topics/ titles:

1. The Reasons For Ishbosheth’s Slow Fade: II Sam. 3: 1-9

2. The Pride Of Abner: II Sam. 3: 4-30

3. God Removes the Kingmaker and Makes a King! II Sam. 3:30-37

 

Have you ever received on of God’s promises in increments like David did?

What do you see in II Samuel chapter 2 and 3?

 

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4 thoughts on “Pastor Wrinkles: Chapter Charts Pt. 138

  1. When I think something is taking a long time, it does help to think of those in the bible and how long some of them had to wait! 🙂 God bless you, Pastor J, as you keep charting!

  2. Pastor J I really like this one, ” Never Be Discouraged By Echoes of the Past” I thank Jesus for forgiving and never bringing up my past, only the enemy can do that. Take every thought captive. Here’s what I saw in these chapters.
    II Samuel 2
    1. Have you stopped to ask Him, lately? II Sam 2:1-2
    2. Battle of the chosen twelve. II Sam 2:14-16
    3. Brothers against brothers. II Sam 2:26
    II Sam 3
    1. There is no neutral in this war. II Sam 3:1
    2. Will you help the King? II Sam 3:9
    3. The moment the King becomes real to you. II Sam 3:36

    • Thanks Deb! The enemy does bring up the past all the time. But we have the blood of Jesus to silence our foe.
      I particularly like “There is no neutral in this war.” So ,any think there is.

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