Kootenai Church: Adult Sunday School - 1 & 2 Samuel
During a public ceremony at Mizpah, Samuel anoints a reluctant Saul as Israel's first king. An exposition of 1 Samuel 10:1-16.
Samuel received a special Revelation from God to anoint a king over Israel. God in His providence, reveals to Samuel that Saul is His chosen as the person to become the first King over Israel. An exposition of 1 Samuel 9:1-27.
Samuel responds to the elders and gives the warnings that God had instructed Samuel to give the people of Israel regarding the "procedure of the king who will reign over them. An exposition of 1 Samuel 8:10-22.
The sons of Samuel have become corrupt and the Israelites demand a king like all other nations. An exposition of 1 Samuel 8:1-9.
The text covers Samuel's leadership as Judge over Israel, begins with God's answer to the Sacrificial Offering and prayer for victory over the Philistines and the reestablishing of Israel's boarders and Samuel's leadership role as Judge over Israel.
The text brings Samuel back on the scene, he brings the Israelites together and calls upon them to repent and turn to back to Jehovah their God and He will deliver them. An exposition of 1 Samuel 7:3-10.
The men of Beth-shemis had violated The Ceremonial Laws regarding the oversight and protection of the Ark of the Covenant and God struck the people a great slaughter. An exposition of 1 Samuel 6:15-7:2.
The Philistines captured the Ark, and because they had taken the ark of the covenant, God had punished them with disease and affliction, each of the 5 cities that had the Ark. They return the ark to Israel out of fear of further consequences because o...
The text shows the consequences of the Philistines capture of the Ark of the Covenant. and the destroying of their Idol. They were all stuck with tumors and they decided to move the Ark from Ashdod to Gath.
Israel has been defeated in battle against the Philistines and the Ark of the Covenant has been taken. Eli dies and his daughter-in-law has a son who is named Ichabod. An exposition of 1 Samuel 4:12-22.