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    When David was anointed to be the future king of Israel, almost instantly was Saul cursed with an evil presence. During this rough time for Saul, David was called upon to the king's…

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    But that is one thing that Saul completely lacks. When he is confronted by Samuel about what he had had done, he insists to lie about it and says that he had performed the commandment of god. After Saul gets rejected by god, David is on the way of taking over that kingdom. However, that is something that upsets Saul greatly. He becomes jealous especially when he hears the women in the village talk positively about David…

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    King David Research Paper

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    DAVID?S BIG LIFE AND THE BIG LESSONS IT OFFERS BELIEVERS To describe David as a legendary figure is an appropriate nod to the impact his life has had on multiplied millions. But the story of his life is not a legend, it is a fact and its scope is extraordinary. When you travel with David through the journey that was his life you are in for a wild ride filled with unbelievable highs and devastating lows. I can?t think of any Biblical biography ? a biography contained with Scripture ? that gives…

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    Christian Fathers The word father carries the idea of a nourisher, a protector and an upholder. Perhaps we will never know the depth of our father’s love or the extent of the sacrifices that he makes for his children. So much of his time is spent providing food, clothing, and shelter that there is hardly enough time left for his children; however, fathers love deeply. Commonly, a mother’s love is more visible; yet, fathers love their children unreservedly. In the event of serious mistakes…

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    When Saul was rejected from being the King of Israel by God because of his disobedience, Samuel followed God’s command to anoint a new king for Israel from the sons of Jesse the Bethlehemite. Samuel made the judgement of the future king based on his appearance and statue, and thought that Eliab, the eldest son of Jesse, would be the king. However, God told Samuel that God did not see as the man sees. Here comes the proverb from 1 Samuel 16:7 “man looks into the eyes, but LORD looks into the…

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    The Book Of Judges

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    Over the course of the second half of this class’s readings, one reads into the latter and larger part of the Old Testament, as well as the earlier portion of the New Testament. This provides a nice transitionary period in realizing the connection between some of the Messianic and other prophecies made in the prophetic books of the Old Testament with the realizations of those prophecies in the New Testament, with both the exile of Israel, and the birth and life of Jesus Christ. Immediately…

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    Introduction: Saul was vulnerable in the cave with David and his men. They were ready to kill him but he spares his life and just cut off the corner of his robe. David said that he had the opportunity to kill him but he said that his hand will never be against him. Lead Though Questions: David and his men were far back in the……… (Cave.) I will give your enemy to you’re…….. (Hands.) I said, ‘I will not lay my hand on my lord because he is the LORD’s ………. (Anointed).’ Spiritual Questions: Why did…

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    If Saul got angry that David could not be there, then David would know that it would not be safe for him to come to the palace banquets again. On the other hand, if Saul was not angry, then David would know that it would be safe to return to and go to the rest of the banquets. After the banquet, Jonathan was to give David a sign whether Saul was angry or not. The sign was to be…

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    The two heroes of 1 Samuel, tragic king Saul and the comic king David, both have to be a leader to their people and follow Gods instructions, which they both handle differently. For instance, David shows he is a comic hero by thinking of others before himself and doing whatever he can to help his people and benefit them in any way. When David’s men want to destroy Saul while he is sleeping, he told them not to because he is “the Lords anointed”, then Saul awoke and realized what David had…

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    King David Research Paper

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    This essay focuses on the first three kings of Israel and why Israel wanted a king. The other questions it will address is why was Saul chosen and later rejected, what made David a better king than Saul, and what happened during Solomon’s rain that led to the division of Israel after his death. First is why did Israel feel they needed a king. Up until this time they had the prophets and the Judges that God had raised up to lead and protect them. The first reason Israel wanted a king is found…

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