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 (Through The Bible) 1 Samuel 26-31 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 26-31  
Description: In the wilderness area where David was hiding there are lots of places to hide and spot out people moving about. David is a very daring and courageous person, he sneaks out into the camp of Saul and creeps right into the cave where Saul was sleeping. David said who can stretch out his hand against the anointed of God. Even though the anointing has left Saul; David still had a deep respect for Gods calling and use of King Saul. Some people murmur and complain against pastors and think they can do a better job then the pastor. There needs to be a sense of Gods calling on a pastor and letting him hear from God of what he should be doing. Once a person gets his mind on critism then it grows and grows and becomes a cancer and they become critical in all things. There needs to be a respect for Gods calling on a man in authority. God was still using King Saul and had plans for his life and its awesome to see David recognize that even in the position he was in fleeing from Saul’s unjust attacks on him.
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 (1 Samuel) Measure for Measure by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 26  
Description: Saul again is in pursuit of David even though the last time they met he swore to cease from his quest for Davids life. The army come to halt to rest for the night and David sends out scouts to find where they are, when he knows David personally goes into the very midst of the sleeping camp right to where Saul is asleep next to Abner his personal bodyguard and captain of Israels armies. Abishai who is with David in the midst of the camp requests that David give him permission to plunge Saul's own spear, which is stuck in the ground near his head, through his heart, Abishai says he only needs one chance and he will kill Saul there and then. But David still shows great mercy to Saul, in that he wont allow Abishai to do it, so they take the spar and the jug that is near Saul and leave the camp. David then when he is a long way away cries to Abner, and accuses him of not being vigilent for his king and shows the spear and the jug. Saul again realising that David could have easily killed him realises his wrong again and asks for David to forgive him, which David does, showing the principle that the Lord Jesus laid down that if someone sins against us we are to forgive everytime. Saul again leaves off his pursuit of David and this was the last time that they ever met.
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 John Wesley: A Man of One Book by Edward Panosian

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 21:9  
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 (Mount Vernon) Daniel by Keith Daniel

Topic: Daniel
Scripture(s): Daniel 6, 1 Samuel 18:14-15  
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 (1 Samuel) How to Not Fight Back by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 18:10-16  
Description: Saul returns to his palace and the evil spirit comes upon him, so David is sent for to play some soothing music to the king. David arrives and plays and worships the Lord before Saul, but this time Saul is not pacified and responds with violence and attempts to kill David by throwing a spear at him. Somehow either by Saul's bad aim or by David's quickness the spear misses him, and David esacpes, this amazingly he does twice, how many of us would have gone back into that environment knowing that the second time it could mean our very lives. David though even though he was a mighty warrior who could have retaliated and killed Saul, did not fight back but instead escaped knowing that the Lord would avenge him of Saul. So Saul then made David leader of an elite group of men thinking that David would be killed on the battle field by the Philistines, but David remained wise before the Lord and He kept him, and David, to Sauls great dismay, grew even more popular with the people as the Lord blessed him.
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 (Montana) Daniel by Keith Daniel

Topic: Daniel
Scripture(s): Daniel 6, 1 Samuel 18:14-15  
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 (1 Samuel) Blessed Sons and Wicked Sons by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 2:1-21  
Description: Hannah gave Samuel back to the Lord with a song of joy in her heart, she was full of joy even though she had to give up her 3 year old son, she praised God but also explains how we should humble ourselves before God, or He will humble us, the Lord resists the proud but gives grace to the humble and lifts them up and out of their dire situations just as he did with Hannah. She exalts the King, the Anointed One, the Messiah and was the first person to proclaim the God would be the Messiah a theme that was later shwon through all the prophets but Hannah saw it first. There isw a shift in this passage though in the form of the corrupt sons of the high priest Eli, who didn't know the Lord and by their actions were causing the people of God to hate offering to God as the people knew that the priesthood was so corrupt. Samuel however served the Lord as a small child and was dressed in priests clothes that his mother would make for him and bring to Shiloh every year, and the Lord further blessed her with 3 more sons and 2 daughters.
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 Ichabod: The Glory Departed by Bakht Singh

Topic: Ichabod
Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 4:21, 1 Samuel 2:12-25  
Description: Brother Bakht Singh speaks a message on the glory of God departing. Hophni and Phinehas the 2 sons of Eli were doing wickedly before the presence of God. There comes a point when God's people transgress and God withdraws His presence. This is a warning to us in the New Covenant that we are not to test the Lord and not presume His presence with us without following Him in obedience.
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 (1 Samuel) God Guides the Unknowing by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 9  
Description: Here we are introduced to one of the main characters in the book, a tall dark and hansome man from a wealthy family, by the name of Saul. He was a man with all the right looks and yet had very little susbstance. Saul here is helping out his father who has lost his donkeys, so Saul and his servant head out to find the donkeys, with no knowledge of what is about to befall them. They wander from town to town asking and looking after the donkeys until they get to a certain town and decide to ask the prophet who is their if he knows where the donkeys are. This shows Saul had little spiritual substance as he doesn't even recongise Samuel the prophet, and has no intention of asking him about his own spiritual condition, but is only interested inthe location of the lost donkeys. The first thing Samuel tells Saul is that he will reveal to Saul what God has planned for his life, and then straight after tells him where the lost donkeys are,without Saul even asking. So Samuel invites Saul to a feast and puts him in the place of most prominence and tells him that he is the future king of Israel!!
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 (1 Samuel) A Good Start for Saul by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 10  
Description: Here is the time in history of the nation of Israel when they are about to receive their first king. Samuel the prophet takes Saul, the future king, and anoints him king privately and in a way that shows how the Lord wants to anoint every believer with the Holy Ghost, how He should fill our lives. The Lord then confirms that Saul is to be made king by giving Saul 3 very specific signs. The last sign was that thje Holy Ghost would come upon Saul and change him into a new man as spiritual confirmation of the physical anointing that Saul had received. So Saul was turned into another man, Samuel gathered all the people of Israel together and revealed Saul as their future king and the people rejoiced because he 'looked the part' but Samuel knew that Saul had very little spiritual subsatnce.
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 (1 Samuel) A Prophet Speaks to the Nation by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 12:1-12  
Description: Samuel, the man of God, comes before the people to publically pass the torch on to Saul as the new ruler of the people of Israel. He stands before the people and asks them to declare if he has ever wronged them or defrauded them or let them down in any way, which is a challenging thing for a leader to do before their people. The people respond and say that Samuel has not wronged them at any time. By this public challenge Samuel confirmed that he was passing on a good legacy to Saul and that if the nation went downhill from their it was not Samuels fault. He declares to them all the righteous acts that the Lord has done to them how He brought them out of Egypt, raised up judges to rule over them and taught them discipline through affliction. He recalls the events that effected the nation of Israel right up to the battle with Nahash in the previous chapter and shows the people the big picture of how the Lord has been faithful to them.
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 (1 Samuel) Great Things God Has Done for Us by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 12:13-25  
Description: Samuel addresses the people and shows them how that wanting a king beofre the Lord's time was a sin and a wrond thing to do, but he reassures them that the Lord is rich in mercy and that if they will turn to the Lord and worship and serve Him from that day on that the Lord will bless them. This is like us in our christian walk how it does not matter what wrong we have done or sin we have committed that if we will turn to the Lord and worship Him now He will send blessing. The people of Israel had a head knwoledge of God but no heart knwoledge they knew all about the Lord but did not know Him. Despite the behavior of the people in the past Samuel promises to continue to interceed for the people and instruct them in the way of the Lord and encourages them to serve Him because of all the good He has done to them.
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 (1 Samuel) A Foolish Oath and Consequences by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 14:24-52  
Description: It was critical that Israel pursued thye retreating Philistines after what the Lord had done but king Saul placed the people under a forced forced fast in order that he would appear spiritual before them, thus he did it for his own glory and not the glory of God. This day the Israelite army needed their physical strength to totally wipe out the oppresive Philistines but they had none due to Sauls fast. Jonathan however had not taken the oath to fast because he had been off fighting the Philistines with his armour bearer, so he came back and ate some honey, which was when he was challenged by one of the people, and when he heard this he said how wrong his father had been and told of how if it wasn't for his fathers fast they would have defeated the Philistines in a mighty way. Saul had sinned greatly against the Lord in this and thus when he went to enquire of the Lord what he should do the Lord would not answer him.
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 (1 Samuel) What God Regrets by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 15:1-16  
Description: Samuel comes to Saul and gives him a message from the Lord, the command was simple, 'Go and wipe out all the Amalekites, every single one of the including all their livestock' this was due to what they had done in the past in that as the children of Israel were on their way into the promised land from egypt, Amalek had come up behind them and started to attack the very weakest of them. This was over 400 years ago but shows us that time does not erase sin beofre the Lord and He had given the Amalekites all this time to repent but they didn't so the Lord pronounced judgement on them. So Saul went and attacked the Amalekites and killed some of them but kept Agag, their king alive, and also some of their best livestock. This grieved the Lord and Samuel and when Saul told Samuel what he had done Samuel rebuked him fopr his pride as it had led to self deception. Saul tried to blame everyone else and that he was being actually being spiritual but Samuel gave him a word from the Lord...
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 1 Samuel 15 vs. 10 by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Christian Life
Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 15:10   
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 True repentance by Erlo Stegen

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 15:24  
Description: God had sent Samuel to Saul to tell him to go and utterly destroy the Amalekites. When the children of Israel came out of Egypt the Amalekites resisted them and fought against them, and they never put it right. When Saul returned from the victory over the Amalekites, he met Samuel and told him that he had performed the commandment of the Lord. He was blind to his own disobedience. Saul killed off the worthless lifestock and that which was despised, but the good and precious he held back. He also let Agag, the most evil of all the Amalekites live. He dealt friendly with him and made friends with God's enemies. But when Samuel saw the brazenness of Agag, he took the sword himself and hewed him in pieces before God. Samuel showed Saul his folly of befriending evil men.
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 78. What is forbidden in the ninth commandment? by Westminster Shorter Catechism

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Proverbs 19:5, 1 Samuel 17:28  
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 (1 Samuel) How to Kill a Giant by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 17:31-58  
Description: David is brought before Saul because of his willingness to challenge Goliath, but Saul see the battle from an earthly perspective, and purely in the flesh, he thought there was no way that David could win, but David knew that the Lord was with him and that there was no way he could lose! So David told Saul how the Lord had delivered a lion and a bear into his hand and that he had killed them when they came to attack the sheep he looked after, this was the Lord training David to fight Goliath. Saul tried to put his fleshly armour on David but it didn't and David renounced it for his trust was in the armour of God. So David took 5 stones from the brook and drew near to Goliath to challenge him, Goliath mocked him but David filled with the Spirit charged at Goliath hurled a stone at him and killed him in one hit, then David took Goliaths sword and cut off his head. The Philistines were shocked and fled but the army of Israel chased after them led by David.
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 The Five Smooth Stones by Keith Daniel

Topic: Overcoming
Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 17:32-52, Ephesians 6:10-18  
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 (1 Samuel) Attacked, but Blessed by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 18:17-30  
Description: Saul in trying to bring about Davids death offers his daughters hand in mnarriage knowing that David will not be able to pay the dowery due to coming from a rural family. David however does not approach Saul to discuss a dowery and so Saul offers his daughter to another man in order that he might make David jelous. But David keeps a pure heart before the Lord and actually wins a victory by being submissive and humble before the Lord. David also did not suspect that Saul had ulterior motives in offering his daughter to David. Then Sauls youngest daughter Michal fell in love with David and this pleased Saul as he could again manipulate this situation for David's hurt, so Saul proposes a price for his daughter, 100 Philistine foreskins, knowing that it was highly likely that David would be killed in meeting the price, however the Lord was with David and delivered him 200 Philistine foreskins. This extra effort is straight out of the teaching of the Lord Jesus who commanded to 'go the second mile' and thus show a humility and a servants heart, which David surely had.
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