I Samuel Lesson 9: “Faithful”
Lesson: 1 Samuel 18:1-5; 20:35-42Motivation: Great relationships are often forged in the heat of great trials. The trials of this passage arose out of Saul’s “driven” nature. David and Jonathan’s friendship arose out of their mutual calling from God.
I Samuel Lesson 8: “Delivered”
Motivation: What giants do you face in life: disorganization (17:8), discouragement (17:11), disarmament (17:24), desperation (17:25)? God doesn’t want us to focus on gigantic problems; instead He expects us to focus on our sufficient God!
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I Samuel Lesson 7: “Anointed!”
Lesson: 1 Samuel 16:4-13Motivation: Of all the kings mentioned in the Bible, King David was the only one called by God ‘a man after my own heart’ (Acts 13:22 NIV). We see in the call of David, those early indications of character which made him dear to God.
Last Updated (Friday, 15 July 2016 21:01)
I Samuel Lesson 6: “Judged”
Lesson: 1 Samuel 15:7-15, 22-23Motivation: Partial obedience is often total disobedience. Saul’s pride almost cost him his son, and did cost him his fellowship with God and the throne for his lineage.
I Samuel Lesson 5: “Feared”
Motivation: At the end of Chapter 11, a new leader is beginning his reign. Here in chapter 12, a long-serving leader is finishing his work.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 29 June 2016 16:11)