The Blank Spaces

Life of David

Bryce NguynOctober 8, 2023All Church

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Passage: 1 Samuel


We’re going to see one of those today in 1 Samuel 16, just after verse 13: God sends Samuel, Israel’s most famous prophet, to anoint David, a young shepherd boy, to be the next King of Israel. The Holy Spirit then rushes upon David mightily (16:13), and then--BLANK SPACE. And when vs. 14 picks up, the narrative shifts to something else. David won’t become King for at least another 15 years.

Sermon Questions
  1. How has God used those times where he “seemed silent” to form your character and build your faith?
  2. In your opinion, why does God choose the most unlikely person imaginable to be used to build the Kingdom?
  3. God prioritizes character over talent. What does your character look like today? How is God using his word and the circumstances of life to currently shape your character?
  4. What does it look like for you to be faithful in the blank spaces of your personal life?
  5. God used the wilderness and the pastures to form David’s character. What is God using in your life to form his character in you?
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