I Heart God - I Heart God I. Intro a. Im going to assume...

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I Heart God I. Intro a. I’m going to assume that because you are here you are interested in serving God i. Could be doing something else b. What are the most important characteristics of people who serve God? i. Number one is: A whole heart for God, if you have this you have all of those c. We’re going to look at three kings that will give us a picture of what this heart looks like i. 1 Samuel 16:7 d. Where is your heart for God right now (1-10) i. How do you rate it? e. Three kings: Saul, David, Solomon II. Saul a. Saul had no heart for God i. Historically: Israel had a theocracy, stopped trusting in God (wanted to be like other nations), Samuel goes and finds Saul (God’s anointed), Saul hides behind a table. God tells Samuel to tell Saul to line up Hebrew army against the Philistines (not good matchup), Samuel tells Saul to trust them because he will prove to them that this is Gods army so that they will trust Saul, Time came around and Samuel wasn’t there, so he didn’t wait on God and he offered the sacrifice
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course BIB bib1 taught by Professor Johnson during the Summer '97 term at Trinity Bible.

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I Heart God - I Heart God I. Intro a. Im going to assume...

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