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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for 2 Samuel 7:18-20

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"SPEECHLESS"
Intro: David's desire to build a house for God. Nathan's message from God to David. Peter in Acts 2:30 tells us that David being a prophet knew that God had promised that from the fruit of his loins according to the flesh, He would raise up Christ to sit upon the throne.
I. "WHO AM I, O LORD GOD?"
A. God had reminded David of his humble past. "I took thee from the sheepcote..."
1. From following sheep, to ruling God's people.
a. David remembered his boyhood days.
1. Some of his actions not so honorable.
2. "Remember not the sins of my youth."
2. "Whom am I?"
B. Reaction of every recipient of God's grace, "Who am I?"
1. Paul, "Unto me who is less than the least of all saints was this grace given."
2. Have you ever thought about God's goodness to you and just been overwhelmed?
C. Notice the contrast, "Who am I, O Lord God?"
1. "O Lord God" you created and you sustain this universe yet you are aware of me.
a. That God should ever think about me overwhelms me.
b. But how much He thinks about me...I have no words to describe.
2. Some have never measured the "I" with O Lord God.
a. They are always measuring with others They become listed up and proud. "God I thank thee that I am not like..."
II. "THOU HAST SPOKEN OF THY SERVANT'S HOUSE FOR A GREAT WHILE TO COME."
A. It's not just the present blessings that overwhelm me, but the promises of the future.
1. "I will never leave you or forsake you."
2. "Let not your heart be troubled.."
3. "Thanks be to God who has begotten us again..."
B. "And is this the manner of men?"
1. No, men honor the great.
2. Men cater to the wealthy.
3. God has chosen to honor me, He chose me!
4. With men, the poor serve the rich, but our Lord girded Himself with a towel.
III. "AND WHAT CAN DAVID SAY MORE UNTO THEE."
A. At this point words fail.
1. Vocabularies have not yet been created to describe the deep inner feelings of the spirit.
2. The philosophers talk today of the ultimate experience.
a. Should you ever achieve it, you could never describe it.
3. Perhaps the realization of the grace of God is the ultimate experience.
a. It is joy inexpressible and full of glory.
b. It is peace that passes human understanding.
c. Paul speaks of his experience as unlawful to utter.
B. Have you ever come to that place of speechlessness before God?
1. Think of the vastness of God compared to you.
2. Think of what you were when God called you.
3. Think of what the future would have been if you had continued in your own way.
4. Think of what your future is in Christ.
Sermon Notes for 2 Samuel 7:18 ← Prior Section
Sermon Notes for 2 Samuel 7:18-22 Next Section →
Sermon Notes for 1 Samuel 1:15 ← Prior Book
Sermon Notes for 1 Kings 3:11-14 Next Book →
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