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2 Samuel - Wednesday Nights

2nd Samuel recounts the triumphs and defeats of King David. From his rise to the throne to his famous last words, this biography describes a remarkable, divinely inspired leader. As king, David took a divided and defeated Israel from his predecessor King Saul and built a prominent nation. Like most biographies, 2nd Samuel highlights the character trait that enabled David to succeed: his reliance on God for guidance. But the book also describes the tragic consequences of David's lust and pride.

1 Samuel - Sunday Mornings

1st Samuel tells the story of the transition in Israel from the period of the judges to the era of the kings and prophets.  Samuel was the last of the 13 judges in Israel, and he was the 1st of the prophets.  He was also the one who anointed the first two kings of Israel, Saul and David.

It had been God's desire to rule over his people in a theocratic form of government, but the children of Israel didn't want to continue to live without a human king.  They demanded to have a king rule over them like the other countries around them, and they insisted, despite God's warnings to the contrary.  Man continuously rejects the rule of God.

King Saul had all the potential to be a great leader, yet his story serves as a great example of what happens when human leaders don't follow God.  His reign ended in abysmal failure.  

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