Wednesdays Series

Thru the Bible (Wed Nights)

Jan 2006 - Oct 2018
Wed, May 01, 2013
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56 mins 12 secs
As we continue in 1 Samuel, we look at chapter 20. Pastor Jim walks us through the meaning of true friendship, as was the friendship between David and Jonathan. Pastor tells of how our closest friendship needs to be with God and our spouse. He shares that true friendship is unselfish, is loving, is committed, is accessible and is encouraging. We should focus on what we are giving as a friend, not what we are getting.
Wed, Apr 24, 2013
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52 mins 6 secs
Tonight as we look at 1 Samuel 19, Pastor Jim shares with us how God "hammers" us to shape us to be the men and women He wants us to be. This chapter shows how Jonathan delights in, warns and advocates for David. David is restored to Saul and fights well. It also shows how Michal warns David, David flees and Michal lies for him.
Wed, Apr 17, 2013
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51 mins 8 secs
Join us as Pastor Jim shares with us some contrasts between Saul and David, as we continue our verse by verse study in 1 Samuel. Tonight we look at chapter 18 and see how differently Saul and David situations. Saul is very controlling, angry, jealous, afraid, manipulating and David is wise, obedient, humble, accepting and escaped with God on his side.
Wed, Apr 10, 2013
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57 mins 37 secs
As we continue in our study of 1 Samuel 17, Pastor Jim shares with us through God's word on how we can defeat the giants in our lives. He shows that it must be God's work, that we must be ourselves and not trying to be someone else, that we must depend on God, we are to aim for His glory and we must be passionate about conquering. David showed all of these qualities when going up against Goliath. Pastor Jim also showed how David and Jesus are alike in so many ways.
Wed, Apr 03, 2013
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58 mins 52 secs
Tonight as we study the first part of the 17th chapter of 1 Samuel, Pastor Jim shares that as Goliath was the giant in the life of the Israelites, there are also giants in our lives - such as sin, our past, current problems, and maybe even a ministry. The way to prepare for these problems are humble obedience, provoked faith, resilient progress, trained trust and available willingness.
Wed, Mar 20, 2013
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1 hr 5 mins 59 secs
Join us as we continue our Wednesday night Bible study in the book of 1 Samuel - Chapter 16. Tonight, Pastor Jim shares with us that God has selected a new king for Israel, and how Saul is rejected by God for his disobedience and Samuel was "mourning" over this fact. David is a man after God's own heart and will be the one to replace Saul. Pastor Jim reminds us that God is sovereign and works everything together for good.
Wed, Mar 06, 2013
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55 mins 36 secs
Join us as Pastor Jim shares from 1 Samuel chapter 15, of how Saul was a "Portrait of Religious Rebellion". Saul knew of God's command to utterly destroy the Amalek people, yet he only partially carried that command out. He was not willing to completely surrender to the Lord. We show God we love Him by truly trusting in Him and obeying His will for our lives.
Wed, Feb 27, 2013
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58 mins 57 secs
Join us as Pastor Jim Suttle continues our verse by verse study in the book of 1 Samuel. Tonight in chapter 14, we see Jonathan ready to go up against the Philistine army. His "Venture in Faith" does not exalt man, but shows God to men through that only his armor bearer and himself went up to fight the enemy. This chapter also shows how Saul is self exalting, self motivating and self manipulative.
Wed, Feb 20, 2013
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51 mins 26 secs
Join us as we continue our verse by verse study in the book of 1 Samuel. Today, Pastor Jim Suttle shares with us a warning to not follow in the ways of Saul whose pride and selfishness drew him away from his devotion to God.
Wed, Feb 13, 2013
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56 mins 45 secs
Join us as we continue our verse by verse study in the book of 1 Samuel. Tonight, Pastor Jim Suttle shares with us the great legacy that Samuel left behind. He then encourages us to live a life that will leave a legacy of integrity, truthfulness, and prayer.