I Know How This Story Ends

Another weekend, another sermon notes post.  Enjoy!

This week’s worship set was “Echo“, “Raise a Hallelujah“, “Gone”, “Never Lost”, and “See a Victory“.


My notes read:

  • 1 Samuel 17:50
  • Opportunity presents itself as ordinary; David’s life could’ve been a whole lot different if he had ignored or disdained the ordinary.
  • This challenge in front of you is an indication of the power within you.
  • David also had to fight offense.
  • The enemy will always present another enemy that isn’t the real enemy to keep you distracted from fighting the one you were called to defeat.
  • 1 Samuel 17:28
  • Sometimes you’re fighting against what you’re supposed to be fighting for.
  • Some of us are defeated simply because we’re distracted.
  • We have to remember Who is writing our stories; it’s not over until He wins, until all things work together for the good of those who love Him.
  • 1 Samuel 17:51
  • If you want to see the victory, you’re going to have to defeat what’s standing in front of you, but you don’t have to do it alone.
  • Who David fought had the weapon he needed to win; David walked away not only with victory, but with a greater weapon.
  • The sword that came to kill you is the one that will be used to deliver you; your giant has got your sword.
  • David fought more giants after Goliath too; this is not your last victory.
  • 1 Samuel 21:9
  • The very weapon you took from your enemy, the very strength you gained from what you survived; David started with a sling and ended with a sword because he was willing to confront his enemy.
  • Isaiah 54:16-17

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