Living on Dead-End Street

Morning Service
Aug 23, 2020

As the Philistines gathered their forces, Saul was alone and desperate. Afraid for his life, he inquired of the Lord but received no answer. He then consulted a medium, only to learn of his impending death. As Alistair Begg explains, Saul's situation reflects our condition apart from Christ. If we hear God's voice today, we must not harden our hearts.

1 Samuel 28:3-25

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