A Kings Tale - Patient Obedience - Chris Wall - 03-15-2020

Episode 10 March 16, 2020 00:25:46
A Kings Tale - Patient Obedience - Chris Wall - 03-15-2020
First Baptist Owasso
A Kings Tale - Patient Obedience - Chris Wall - 03-15-2020
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Show Notes

A reluctant King. An underestimated boy. A nation unwilling to hear the heart of God. It’s not a fairy tale or n ancient story of kingdoms long forgotten. It’s the story of us. A King’s Tale – A Journey through 1st Samuel.

To obey is better than to sacrifice.

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