032-1 Samuel 18:17-30 Don't Resist An Evil Person - PDF


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032-1 Samuel 18:17-30 Don't Resist An Evil Person Pastor Phil Ballmaier David was a man after God's own heart. Despite his shortcomings and sins later in life, he walked in God's Spirit. Just after achieving victory over the Philistines, King Saul burned in anger and jealousy over the future king's successes. He meant to do him harm, in retaliation for all that God was doing in David's life. But David, by God's Spirit chose the 'higher ground'. What King Saul meant for evil, David chose to use for God's good. How often do you encounter those who wish you harm, simply because you are a Christian? This message encourages believers to always choose 'the higher ground'. You may just turn someone's life around by a simple act of love, kindness and mercy. Calvary Chapel Elk Grove is a non-denominational fellowship located in Elk Grove Village, a northwest suburb of Chicago in Illinois. Our primary mission is to teach God's Word in its' entirety, verse-by-verse, precept upon precept. We believe that the Word of God is living and powerful, and because of Jesus' work on the Cross, He can and does move in the lives of His people. If you are searching for in-depth studies be sure to check out our channel here on Youtube, as well as our complete audio library on our Media site, www.DayByDayRadio.org. May God bless and guide you as you seek to know Him more fully -- or meet Him for the first time. If you'd like more information or would like to contact us, call us at 1.847.895.3545 or contact us through our website contact form at: http://www.ccelkgrove.org/contact Thanks for stopping by! www.ccelkgrove.org www.daybydayradio.org

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