The following are sermon notes from a message preached by my cousin Pastor Danyelle Scroggins, Co-Pastor of New Vessels Ministries in Mansfield, Louisiana. She preached this final message in her annual women’s conference. This year’s theme was “Women at the Well”. What an incredible time of equipping! I include these notes because Pastor Danyelle made a connection between Abigail and the Samaritan woman that was worth noting for us all! I pray it’s a blessing to you…buckle up for truth!
Text: 1 Samuel 25:36-38
Introduction: A fool is difficult to be in relationship with…a fool is moody… wears masks… masters the art of hiding. It is hard to keep a fool on the right track because he/she despises sound wisdom.
This was a strong word of personal accountability. No one has to put up with us or tolerate “the way we are”. We have the ability to die daily and not give place to our “inner fool”. As my cousin preached this powerful word, I thought about the character profile of a son of Belial that we studied in Abigail’s Call. I plan to review that list again to examine myself. Join me? Selah.
God bless you continually, Kingdom Queens.
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