Aug 25, 2012 – Sermon on “David and Goliath revisted” by Michael Smith

Michael Smith’s sermon on “David and Goliath revisited” was also billed as “3 Reasons for fighting our own Goliath”.  Michael mixed stories of his youth in with the story of David when as a youth he killed Goliath in a battle the Israelite men were too frightened to fight. Michael encouraged all of us, especially the youth of the church to overcome adversity through faith and determination.

Michael used the following scriptures: 1 Sam. 17:23-46, Luke 16:10, Is.4:13

Listen to the audio of the sermon here -> 8-25-12 sermon

Michael Smith is a member of the Conroe COG7 and was preaching today by request.


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2 Responses to “Aug 25, 2012 – Sermon on “David and Goliath revisted” by Michael Smith”

  1. Jeff says:

    Thanks for the encouragement Michael. You always gear your sermons to issues people face in life. Regarding the five stones, Ephesians 4:11

    “11 And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers;
    12 For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:”

    lists the five prominent ministries in the New Testament era, some have linked these five to David’s five stones.


  2. Gladys McCoy says:


    We wanted to let you know that we appreciated your talk. It made
    us think about the “stones” we have to use against that great Deceiver!
    I know it takes a lot of time and energy to prepare these talks, and I really do thank you for sharing your insights with us.

    Thanks, too, to Jeff for allowing us to share our thought with the speakers!

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