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A people after God’s own heart

How are we to make a difference by our lives? What is God looking for from us? In this sermon sees the answer to both those questions as being the same. He is looking for people after His own heart. Jamie contrasts the lives of King Saul and King David as how one failed to become all that he could have been and ultimately was a failure, rejected by God, and how the other, even though he had many obstacles to overcome and made several big mistakes, was called ‘A man after God’s own heart’.

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A people after God's own heart
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    A people after God's own heart

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