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Thru the Bible in 24 Weeks. 24…23 … 3..2..1. Introduction. The Bible contains stories of the greatest EVILS . . . . . betrayals, revenge, deception The ultimate Prince of Deception - Satan The Bible contains stories of the greatest GOOD . . . . . m iracles, achievements, courage

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Thru the bible in 24 weeks

Thru the Bible in 24 Weeks

24…23 … 3..2..1


Introduction

Introduction

The Bible contains stories of the greatest EVILS

. . . . . betrayals, revenge, deception

The ultimate Prince of Deception - Satan

The Bible contains stories of the greatest GOOD

. . . . . miracles, achievements, courage

The greatest sacrifice for you and me

The crucifixion & resurrection

Of Jesus Christ our Lord!


Thru the bible in 24 weeks

1st& 2ndsamuel

10thCentury BC.

Author: Unknown

Picture of Saul, Samuel, & David

1 & 2 Samuel is 1 book in Hebrew Bible


1 2 samuel chapter summary

1 & 2 Samuel Chapter Summary


Picture of history of the time

Picture of History of the time

  • Philistines were the main threat during period, oppressing Israel for 40 years (Philistines in 5 main cities)

  • Philistines stole Ark of Covenant but ended up with plagues – returned it with 5 gold mice and 5 gold hemorrhoids

  • Philistines defeated by Samuel, trouble for Saul, totally subdued by David

  • People wanted king to fight enemies, even tho God fought their battles, winning while they were in fellowship with God – lost when not in fellowship with God

    People’s Willful Rejection of the Lord’s Rule over them


Samuel leader but not king

Samuel: Leader but not King

  • Hannah barren, prayed; Samuel dedicated to God

  • The last of the judges, prophet, priest

  • Ark of Covenant captured by Philistines; plague; Ark not brought back to Israel until David’s reign

  • Placed Israel’s 1st king on the throne - Saul

  • Anointed David (Read 2 Samuel 7: Davidic Covenant)

    See History of the establishment

    of Davidic Covenant

    Institution of the Monarchy (human king)


Saul first king

Saul : First King

  • Showed early promise to be a good king – modest, direct, generous (until later in his years)

  • Made David chief of soldiers; Jonathan’s best friend

  • Disregarded God’s order to kill ALL Amalekites. He spared livestock & King Agag (line of Haman – wait til Esther)

  • Turned against David and wanted David dead

  • David found Saul in cave – spared his life (cut robe)


David goliath to 40 year king

David: Goliath to 40-year King

  • Just after Saul made king, 9’9” professional Philistine soldier, Goliath, against Israelites, wanted 1/1 fight, expectation was with Saul; but young boy, David, with 5 stones, took challenge, won Goliath’s sword and head.

    Why 5 stones?

  • 1st, David was King of Judah then 7 years later, all of Israel, capital in Jerusalem, gave justice to all, poet, songwriter – wanted to build temple BAD! God said no, 2 Sam 12:10: “Sword shall never leave your house”

  • David’s Household turns into a Disaster: Bathsheba affair, 1st child died; had her husband killed, David’s son raped his daughter, son killed brother, son led rebellion against David with help of Ahithpoel (Bathsheba’s grandfather).

    Next week 1 Kings: Solomon, 40 year reign, builds Temple


Final thoughts

FINAL THOUGHTS

What sins do we have in our lives?

What sins are passed on to our sons/daughters?

David had many sins yet was a

“Man after God’s own heart”

God made covenant with David but would not allow

David to build God’s house / temple.

What blessings will we miss out on because of our disobedience?


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