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James Sumpter - February 21, 2024

1 Samuel 20 - New Covenants and Broken Promises - Midweek Prayer Meeting

A Study of Samuel

1 Samuel 20 presses forward the narrative of God's work bringing David into place as king of His people. The primary theme of Samuel is about God's chosen king David, and we will learn later that David's importance as king comes from God's promise to bring an eternal king from his line. Samuel has continually emphasized the contrast between Saul and David, and it has began to repeatedly show us the difference between Saul and Jonathan by their relationship to David. In his humility, Jonathan loved David and recognized God's sovereign plan as best. In his pride, Saul hated David and rebelled against God's decisions. This is the emphasis of chapter 20

Scripture References: John 15:13, 2 Samuel 21:1-22, 2 Samuel 9:1-13, 2 Samuel 1:25-27, Proverbs 18:24, 1 Samuel 23:17, Proverbs 17:17, 1 Samuel 19:6, 1 Samuel 20:1-42

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James Sumpter - February 21, 2024

1 Samuel 20 - New Covenants and Broken Promises - Midweek Prayer Meeting

A Study of Samuel

1 Samuel 20 presses forward the narrative of God's work bringing David into place as king of His people. The primary theme of Samuel is about God's chosen king David, and we will learn later that David's importance as king comes from God's promise to bring an eternal king from his line. Samuel has continually emphasized the contrast between Saul and David, and it has began to repeatedly show us the difference between Saul and Jonathan by their relationship to David. In his humility, Jonathan loved David and recognized God's sovereign plan as best. In his pride, Saul hated David and rebelled against God's decisions. This is the emphasis of chapter 20

Scripture References: John 15:13, 2 Samuel 21:1-22, 2 Samuel 9:1-13, 2 Samuel 1:25-27, Proverbs 18:24, 1 Samuel 23:17, Proverbs 17:17, 1 Samuel 19:6, 1 Samuel 20:1-42

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James Sumpter - February 21, 2024

1 Samuel 20 - New Covenants and Broken Promises - Midweek Prayer Meeting

A Study of Samuel

1 Samuel 20 presses forward the narrative of God's work bringing David into place as king of His people. The primary theme of Samuel is about God's chosen king David, and we will learn later that David's importance as king comes from God's promise to bring an eternal king from his line. Samuel has continually emphasized the contrast between Saul and David, and it has began to repeatedly show us the difference between Saul and Jonathan by their relationship to David. In his humility, Jonathan loved David and recognized God's sovereign plan as best. In his pride, Saul hated David and rebelled against God's decisions. This is the emphasis of chapter 20

Scripture References: John 15:13, 2 Samuel 21:1-22, 2 Samuel 9:1-13, 2 Samuel 1:25-27, Proverbs 18:24, 1 Samuel 23:17, Proverbs 17:17, 1 Samuel 19:6, 1 Samuel 20:1-42

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