I Samuel 8 thru 17

I Samuel 8 thru 17 - I Samuel 8-17 I. Israel asks for a...

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I Samuel 8-17 I. Israel asks for a king A. Israel wanted a king so that they could be like the other nations. In doing this they were rejecting God as their king. God told Samuel to tell the people what would happen if they got a king, but after he did they still wanted one (I Sam. 8) II. Samuel Anoints Saul A. Saul and his servant went looking over a bunch of land for his father’s lost donkeys, and they finally came to a town that Samuel was visiting. His servant said they should go ask Samuel where the donkeys were, and so they did. When Samuel saw them, the Lord said that this was the man who was to be king over Israel. Samuel invited him to dinner and anointed him with oil. He told Saul how to get back home and many signs that he would see along the way confirming his kingship. (I Sam. 9-10:8) III. Saul Made King A. All of Israel gathered at Samuel’s bidding and he brought forth Saul’s tripe, then family, but when he went to bring Saul, he wasn’t there. Saul was reluctant to be king and he
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I Samuel 8 thru 17 - I Samuel 8-17 I. Israel asks for a...

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