Let Me Introduce You

The service will stream at 10:30 am on Sunday, January 31st. Pastor David will begin a new series After God’s Heart focussing on David, the shepherd boy who became king over all of Israel.


Sermon Audio

mp3 link: 2021031_Introducing_David.mp3


Printable sermon notes: Sermon-Notes-1-Intro.pdf

Text: 1 Samuel 16/1 Kings 9-15

Q1: WHAT WAS HIS ____________?

“I, Jesus, have sent My angel to testify to you these things for the churches.  I am the root and the descendant of David, the bright and morning star.” (Revelation 22:16)

Q2: WHAT DID HE _____________ LIKE?

  • Glowing with _________________ (1 Sam. 16:12)
  • ______________  Appearance (1 Sam. 16:12)
  • _____________________ Features (1 Sam. 16:12)

Q3: WHAT WAS HIS _______________ LIKE?

  • David grew up in a __________________ home
  • David grew up in a __________________ home (Ruth 4)

Q4: WHAT WAS HE ___________ AT? 

  • David was __________________ (1 Samuel 16:18)
  • David was __________________ (1 Samuel 16:18;  17:26, 43-47)
  • David was a ______________________ (1 Samuel 16:18)
  • David was well ____________________ (1 Samuel 16:18)

We all make mistakes, but those who can control their tongues can also control themselves in every other way. (James 3:2) (TLB)

  • 5. David was _____________________ (1 Samuel 16:13,18)

1 Kings 9:4-5a; 11:4; 14:8; 15:3 

And after He had removed him (King Saul), He raised up David to be their king, concerning whom He also testified and said, “I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after My heart, who will do all My will.” (Acts 13:22) 

Q5: WHAT WAS HE ______________ LIKE?

1 Kings 15:5

“The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, You will not despise.” (Psalm 51:17)

“Come now, let’s settle this,” says the Lord. “Though your sins are like scarlet, I will make them as white as snow. Though they are red like crimson, I will make them as white as wool. (Isaiah 1:18)

Digging Deeper

(For personal study, family devotions or care group use)

Q1: David was blessed with godly heritage.  What are two or three things about your home life/upbringing that you would love to see continue for generations to come? Are there any negative “family traits” that you would like to see deleted from your lineage?  Explain.

Q2: Read 2 Tim. 1:3-5.  What impact did Timothy’s home life have on his walk with the Lord?

Q3: David grew up in a humble home?  What impact does materialism have on your home?  What would God have you to do demonstrate that you are more interested in godly character than cash?

Q4: Read 1 Samuel 13:13-14.  What do these verses reveal about what it is to be a person after God’s own heart?

Q5: Pastor David mentioned 5 things that David was “good at”.  Which one do you connect with most?  Why?  Which characteristic would you most like to see developed in your life?  Why?

Q6: 1 Kings 15:5 indicates that David’s sin was not his identity nor was his failure his legacy.  How does this truth encourage you in your journey with Jesus?