Managing God can be hazardous to your faith

Recently, we've been introduced to a host of hazards. Peanut butter just might kill you. So might chimps, the New York Post, and Rupert Murdoch. But God? Should we "Beware the God"?

This week, we looked at the story of David and Uzzah in 2 Samuel 6:1-11. The passage raised lots of questions, but drove home the point: Managing God can be hazardous to your faith. When we try to control God, something happens to us, something dies inside of us. We really want to avoid this!

Unfortunately, the audio for last night's talk was incomplete. I'll post a recap on the podcast and this page in a day or so

God's heart gives respect graciously

As we continue looking at the David-story in Scripture, tonight we looked at 1 Samuel 24 and 26, David's relationship with Saul. Through these passages, we saw that God's heart gives respect graciously. God shows respect and extends honor even (especially) to those who don't deserve it, to us. Here's the audio:


Talk from last week

Last week, Pastor Terry King spoke on King David's repentance after his sin with Bathsheba.