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Role Models Part 2 - b.i When you’ve done it before it...

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Role Models 2 I. Intro a. 1 Samuel 17: 1-11 24-25 32-33 a.i. Movie Troy b. How to develop the courage to face the giants in your life II. Stay faithful with the small things a. 1 Samuel 16:19 a.i. David was probably wanting to fight, but all he was used for was to help Saul out with things b. God isn’t going to ask you to be faithful with something big and important until you proved to him that you can handle the small things b.i. Parents and pets before kids III. Keep your eyes on the big picture a. 1 Samuel 17:26, 45-47 b. David could have just focused on that Goliath was bigger than him / no way he could beat him b.i. Kept his eyes on the big picture IV. Gather courage from past victories a. 1 Samuel 17:33-37 b. Had david not defeated the bear and the lion, we probably would have been discouraged or not even been there to defeat Saul
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Unformatted text preview: b.i. When you’ve done it before it gets easier and easier to do V. Be who God made you to be a. 1 Samuel 17:37-39 b. David couldn’t do it with Sauls armor, because it wasn’t him VI. Step into the battle with confidence a. 1 Samuel 17:40 a.i. Didn’t need armor or any swords or spears for confidence a.ii. We have the ultimate confidence knowing God is on our side VII. Take time to celebrate God’s work in your life a. 1 Samuel 17:52 a.i. Imagine david’s reaction… you’ve seen when underdogs win they go nuts VIII. Conclusion a. Everyone needs help at one time or another (assistants secretaries) but you can choose to go through it alone or you can choose to go through it with God on your side...
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