Summer Sermons in 2 Samuel

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2 Samuel is a story of the successes and failures of the people of God, at a national and a personal level. It is the account of the rise and fall and rise of a great king, David. But ultimately it directs us to the God who rules his people, who forgives his people, and who promised to send the King who would not fail, but rules his people with justice and righteousness.

As we seek to follow Jesus, 2 Samuel is going to encourage us to see how beautiful it is to live with Jesus as our king. As ever there will be a chance to think about how we apply our Sunday sermons through our regular midweek CONNECT groups. If you would like to join one, please speak to Mike Molyneux or one of the CONNECT group leaders.

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