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1 1 Samuel 16-31

2 The Forgotten (ch 16)

3 Samuel must get over the loss of Saul

4 The Forgotten (ch 16) Samuel must get over the loss of Saul God sends him to anoint one of Jesse’s sons

5 The Forgotten (ch 16) Samuel must get over the loss of Saul God sends him to anoint one of Jesse’s sons ▫Rightfully afraid of Saul’s wrath

6 The Forgotten (ch 16) Samuel must get over the loss of Saul God sends him to anoint one of Jesse’s sons ▫Rightfully afraid of Saul’s wrath ▫Goes undercover by taking a sacrifice

7 The Forgotten (ch 16) Samuel must get over the loss of Saul God sends him to anoint one of Jesse’s sons ▫Rightfully afraid of Saul’s wrath ▫Goes undercover by taking a sacrifice Samuel gets caught up with looks

8 The Forgotten (ch 16) Samuel must get over the loss of Saul God sends him to anoint one of Jesse’s sons ▫Rightfully afraid of Saul’s wrath ▫Goes undercover by taking a sacrifice Samuel gets caught up with looks ▫God reminds him that there is more than just appearance (16:7)

9 The Forgotten (ch 16)

10 The unlikely candidate

11 The Forgotten (ch 16) The unlikely candidate ▫No one even bothers to get David from the field

12 The Forgotten (ch 16) The unlikely candidate ▫No one even bothers to get David from the field ▫“He is the one”

13 The Forgotten (ch 16) The unlikely candidate ▫No one even bothers to get David from the field ▫“He is the one” Samuel anoints him with oil

14 The Forgotten (ch 16) The unlikely candidate ▫No one even bothers to get David from the field ▫“He is the one” Samuel anoints him with oil ▫Prior to Saul and David, anointing was only for the Priests

15 The Forgotten (ch 16) The unlikely candidate ▫No one even bothers to get David from the field ▫“He is the one” Samuel anoints him with oil ▫Prior to Saul and David, anointing was only for the Priests ▫Symbolic of the Spirit of Yahweh

16 The Forgotten (ch 16) The unlikely candidate ▫No one even bothers to get David from the field ▫“He is the one” Samuel anoints him with oil ▫Prior to Saul and David, anointing was only for the Priests ▫Symbolic of the Spirit of Yahweh ▫Marks that he is set apart for a specific office by Yahweh

17 Saul’s Mental Issues

18 Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him.

19 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit

20 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit ▫Demonic forces

21 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit ▫Demonic forces ▫Also interpreted “injurious” or “bad” spirit, could denote “bad mood” or “gloomy outlook”

22 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit ▫Demonic forces ▫Also interpreted “injurious” or “bad” spirit, could denote “bad mood” or “gloomy outlook” This is a direct result of his unrepentant heart

23 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit ▫Demonic forces ▫Also interpreted “injurious” or “bad” spirit, could denote “bad mood” or “gloomy outlook” This is a direct result of his unrepentant heart Stark Contrast (v 13-14):

24 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit ▫Demonic forces ▫Also interpreted “injurious” or “bad” spirit, could denote “bad mood” or “gloomy outlook” This is a direct result of his unrepentant heart Stark Contrast (v 13-14): ▫Saul: lost the Spirit of God–declining

25 Saul’s Mental Issues Not only did the Spirit of Yahweh leave Saul but also an “evil” spirit came upon him. “Evil” Spirit ▫Demonic forces ▫Also interpreted “injurious” or “bad” spirit, could denote “bad mood” or “gloomy outlook” This is a direct result of his unrepentant heart Stark Contrast (v 13-14): ▫Saul: lost the Spirit of God–declining ▫David: received the Spirit of God—rising in power

26 Saul’s Mental Issues

27 David is a well known musician

28 Saul’s Mental Issues David is a well known musician Enlisted to soothe Saul’s mood

29 Saul’s Mental Issues David is a well known musician Enlisted to soothe Saul’s mood He brings relief

30 Chapters 17-22

31 David’s faith and fight (ch 17)

32 Chapters David’s faith and fight (ch 17) David’s foe and flight (ch 18-22)

33 Chapters David’s faith and fight (ch 17) David’s foe and flight (ch 18-22) David’s friend for life (ch 18-20)

34 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17)

35 Goliath Stats

36 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion”

37 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches

38 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches ▫Armor weighed about 200 pounds

39 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches ▫Armor weighed 200 pounds People’s Response: Fear

40 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches ▫Armor weighed 200 pounds People’s Response: Fear David’s eyes: Goliath is not a giant BUT an idol worshipper who opposes God (v 26)

41 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches ▫Armor weighed 200 pounds People’s Response: Fear David’s eyes: Goliath is not a giant BUT an idol worshipper who opposes God (v 26) David’s opposition

42 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches ▫Armor weighed 200 pounds People’s Response: Fear David’s eyes: Goliath is not a giant BUT an idol worshipper who opposes God (v 26) David’s opposition ▫Brother: you’re conceited

43 David’s Faith and Fight (ch 17) Goliath Stats ▫“champion” ▫9 foot 9 inches ▫Armor weighed 200 pounds People’s Response: Fear David’s eyes: Goliath is not a giant BUT an idol worshipper who opposes God (v 26) David’s opposition ▫Brother: you’re conceited ▫Saul: you’re too young

44 David’s Faith and Fight (Ch 17) He focuses on God’s power rather than Goliath’s potential for harm

45 David’s Faith and Fight (Ch 17) He focuses on God’s power rather than Goliath’s potential for harm He prepares for present plight by remembering God’s past protection

46 David’s Faith and Fight (Ch 17) He focuses on God’s power rather than Goliath’s potential for harm He prepares for present plight by remembering God’s past protection Wages war in the name of the Lord

47 David’s Faith and Fight (Ch 17) He focuses on God’s power rather than Goliath’s potential for harm He prepares for present plight by remembering God’s past protection Wages war in the name of the Lord He runs boldly into battle

48 David’s Faith and Fight (Ch 17) He focuses on God’s power rather than Goliath’s potential for harm He prepares for present plight by remembering God’s past protection Wages war in the name of the Lord He runs boldly into battle One stone—one man of faith—one living God …battle won!

49 Comp 11: David’s Fight and Faith What do you fear? Where is your focus? Are you seeing things with man’s eyes or God’s eyes? What would your fear look like through God’s eyes? How specifically can you remember God’s protection in the midst of fear? What will you do to remind yourself? How are you fighting what you fear? What would running into battle look like in terms of your struggles or fears?

50 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22)

51 Saul goes from pleased to plotting.

52 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18

53 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people

54 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy

55 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry

56 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye

57 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice

58 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice ▫12:afraid of David

59 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice ▫12:afraid of David ▫13:sent David away

60 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice ▫12:afraid of David ▫13:sent David away ▫15:dread, afraid of David’s success

61 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice ▫12:afraid of David ▫13:sent David away ▫15:dread, afraid of David’s success ▫20, 24:plotting

62 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice ▫12:afraid of David ▫13:sent David away ▫15:dread, afraid of David’s success ▫20, 24:plotting ▫28:more afraid

63 David’s Foe and Flight (ch 18-22) Saul goes from pleased to plotting. What’s the progression? Chapter 18 ▫6:popularity with the people ▫7: people praise David more, jealousy ▫8:angry ▫9:suspicious, jealous eye ▫11:tries to kill him…twice ▫12:afraid of David ▫13:sent David away ▫15:dread, afraid of David’s success ▫20, 24:plotting ▫28:more afraid ▫29:foes and David is in flight

64 What can we learn from Saul?

65 Jealousy:

66 What can we learn from Saul? Jealousy: ▫Is a slippery slope

67 What can we learn from Saul? Jealousy: ▫Is a slippery slope ▫Starts with seeking others’ status

68 What can we learn from Saul? Jealousy: ▫Is a slippery slope ▫Starts with seeking others’ status ▫Is self-focused and self-serving

69 What can we learn from Saul? Jealousy: ▫Is a slippery slope ▫Starts with seeking others’ status ▫Is self-focused and self-serving ▫Spirals into sin and sorrow

70 Friend for Life

71 Jonathan’s faithful friendship

72 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1 ▫3 ▫4 Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1 ▫4 ▫5

73 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1loved David as himself ▫3 ▫4 Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1 ▫4 ▫5

74 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1loved David as himself ▫3made a covenant with David ▫4 Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1 ▫4 ▫5

75 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1loved David as himself ▫3made a covenant with David ▫4gave David huge gifts symbolic of his defering to David’s right to be king Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1 ▫4 ▫5

76 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1loved David as himself ▫3made a covenant with David ▫4gave David huge gifts symbolic of his defering to David’s right to be king Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1fond of David, warns him of Saul’s plan ▫4 ▫5

77 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1loved David as himself ▫3made a covenant with David ▫4gave David huge gifts symbolic of his defering to David’s right to be king Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1fond of David, warns him of Saul’s plan ▫4spoke well of David to Saul ▫5

78 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 18:1-5 ▫1loved David as himself ▫3made a covenant with David ▫4gave David huge gifts symbolic of his defering to David’s right to be king Chapter 19:1-7 ▫1fond of David, warns him of Saul’s plan ▫4spoke well of David to Saul ▫5tried to convince him not to kill David

79 Friend for Life

80 Jonathan’s faithful friendship

81 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42

82 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42 ▫16 ▫17 ▫34 ▫41 ▫42

83 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42 ▫16confirms his covenant with David ▫17 ▫34 ▫41 ▫42

84 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42 ▫16confirms his covenant with David ▫17reaffirm oaths, loved him as himself ▫34 ▫41 ▫42

85 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42 ▫16confirms his covenant with David ▫17reaffirm oaths, loved him as himself ▫34stood up for David against his father ▫41 ▫42

86 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42 ▫16confirms his covenant with David ▫17reaffirm oaths, loved him as himself ▫34stood up for David against his father ▫41 warned David of his father’s plot, shows affection for each other ▫42

87 Friend for Life Jonathan’s faithful friendship Chapter 20:1-42 ▫16confirms his covenant with David ▫17reaffirm oaths, loved him as himself ▫34stood up for David against his father ▫41 warned David of his father’s plot, shows affection for each other ▫42swears affection and protection of descendents

88 Hesed חֶ ֥ סֶד

89 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” חֶ ֥ סֶד

90 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” Covenant relationship of fierce loyalty חֶ ֥ סֶד

91 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” Covenant relationship of fierce loyalty God’s relationship with his people חֶ ֥ סֶד

92 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” Covenant relationship of fierce loyalty God’s relationship with his people ▫Grace of God that allows us to have a relationship with Him חֶ ֥ סֶד

93 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” Covenant relationship of fierce loyalty God’s relationship with his people ▫Grace of God that allows us to have a relationship with Him ▫Commitment on our part: faithful service and obedience חֶ ֥ סֶד

94 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” Covenant relationship of fierce loyalty God’s relationship with his people ▫Grace of God that allows us to have a relationship with Him ▫Commitment on our part: faithful service and obedience It’s an action not just a nice thought! חֶ ֥ סֶד

95 Hesed Hesed- “loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, love, mercy” Covenant relationship of fierce loyalty God’s relationship with his people ▫Grace of God that allows us to have a relationship with Him ▫Commitment on our part: faithful service and obedience It’s an action not just a nice thought! David and Jonathan’s hesed relationship חֶ ֥ סֶד

96 What do we learn from Jonathan?

97 A faithful friend

98 What do we learn from Jonathan? A faithful friend ▫Promises faithfulness in the Lord

99 What do we learn from Jonathan? A faithful friend ▫Promises faithfulness in the Lord ▫Purposes with the other for the Lord’s plans

100 What do we learn from Jonathan? A faithful friend ▫Promises faithfulness in the Lord ▫Purposes with the other for the Lord’s plans ▫Protects and pursues the other’s well being

101 What do we learn from Jonathan? A faithful friend ▫Promises faithfulness in the Lord ▫Purposes with the other for the Lord’s plans ▫Protects and pursues the other’s well being ▫Passionately loves and cares for each other

102 What do we learn from Jonathan? A faithful friend ▫Promises faithfulness in the Lord ▫Purposes with the other for the Lord’s plans ▫Protects and pursues the other’s well being ▫Passionately loves and cares for each other Does this describe you?

103 Comp 23: Jonathan Are you on Saul’s slippery slope of jealousy that leads to sin and sorrow? If so, how can you stop, seek the Lord, and serve Him? Are you a Jonathan? Are you a faithful friend—in all circumstances?  Promises faithfulness in the Lord  Purposes with the other for the Lord’s plans  Protects and pursues the other’s well being  Passionately loves and cares for each other If not, why not? How are you challenged or encouraged by David and Jonathan’s example? How can you show Hessed to someone this week? Be specific. Pray for your friendships. Is there someone that you need to talk to today and reconcile with? DO IT!

104 Heart of David & Character of God

105 David

106 Heart of David & Character of God David ▫Remembers Him

107 Heart of David & Character of God David ▫Remembers Him ▫Requests of Him

108 Heart of David & Character of God David ▫Remembers Him ▫Requests of Him ▫Rests in Him

109 Heart of David & Character of God God

110 Heart of David & Character of God God ▫He is in the details

111 Heart of David & Character of God God ▫He is in the details ▫His timing is perfect

112 Heart of David & Character of God God ▫He is in the details ▫His timing is perfect ▫He is over ALL things

113 Heart of David & Character of God God ▫He is in the details ▫His timing is perfect ▫He is over ALL things ▫All things belong to Him

114 C.S. Lewis “There are two kinds of people in the end: those who say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ and those to whom God says, in the end, ‘Thy will be done.’ All that are in Hell, choose it. Without that self- choice there could be no Hell. No soul that seriously and constantly desires joy will ever will it. Those who seek find. To those who knock it is opened.”

115

116 David & Saul’s Differences David and Saul illustrate the two people in the quote.

117 David & Saul’s Differences David and Saul illustrate the two people in the quote. ▫David shows what happens to a person who responds to God’s call and begins the process of transformation.

118 David & Saul’s Differences David and Saul illustrate the two people in the quote. ▫David shows what happens to a person who responds to God’s call and begins the process of transformation. ▫Saul shows the natural consequences of refusing God’s call (rejecting Him)

119 David & Saul’s Differences

120 ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord

121 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David Saul ▫.

122 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord Saul ▫.

123 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord ▫Listened to the Lord Saul ▫.

124 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord ▫Listened to the Lord ▫Followed the Lord Saul ▫.

125 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord ▫Listened to the Lord ▫Followed the Lord Saul ▫Didn’t ask/quit asking the Lord ▫.

126 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord ▫Listened to the Lord ▫Followed the Lord Saul ▫Didn’t ask/quit asking the Lord ▫Listened to the people ▫.

127 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord ▫Listened to the Lord ▫Followed the Lord Saul ▫Didn’t ask/quit asking the Lord ▫Listened to the people ▫Followed the people ▫.

128 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One listened to the people and the other listened to the Lord David ▫Asked the Lord ▫Listened to the Lord ▫Followed the Lord Saul ▫Didn’t ask/quit asking the Lord ▫Listened to the people ▫Followed the people ▫We need to evaluate the advice/information we get from the people/culture around us with God’s Word, or we’ll follow their voices, and find destruction

129 David & Saul’s Differences

130 ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). ▫.

131 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David Saul ▫.

132 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority Saul ▫.

133 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble Saul ▫.

134 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational Saul ▫.

135 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational ▫Not self-seeking/serving Saul ▫.

136 En Gedi

137 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One stewarded his life as an extension of his own hand and heart; the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart. David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational ▫Not self-seeking/serving ▫Refused to be against Saul no matter what he did Saul ▫.

138 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational ▫Not self-seeking/serving ▫Refused to be against Saul no matter what he did Saul ▫Self-serving and plotting evil ▫.

139 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational ▫Not self-seeking/serving ▫Refused to be against Saul no matter what he did Saul ▫Self-serving and plotting evil ▫Manipulative

140 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational ▫Not self-seeking/serving ▫Refused to be against Saul no matter what he did Saul ▫Self-serving and plotting evil ▫Manipulative ▫Uses his power for his gain and influence

141 David & Saul’s Differences ▫One used his life as an extension of his own hand and heart (selfish desires); the other as an extension of the Lord’s hand and heart (God’s will). David ▫Respected authority ▫Humble ▫Confrontational ▫Not self-seeking/serving ▫Refused to be against Saul no matter what he did Saul ▫Self-serving and plotting evil ▫Manipulative ▫Uses his power for his gain and influence ▫When I stretch out my hand, is it an instrument of GOD’s hand or my heart (selfish desires)?


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