Christians have a lifelong goal: To become like Christ. This involves change, and change isn't always easy. But the more you know of God's purposes for you, the more you can experience His joy and participate in His plan. Learn about three men: Samuel, the prophet who directs Israel's transition from judgeship to monarchy; Saul, the first king, who epitomizes what God doesn't want in a leader; and David, the man after God's own heart. These men remain perfect examples of godliness - and half-hearted commitment - for Christians today. Leaders guide is included within book. Format: Workbook Auidence: New Christian Leader's Guide: No Number of Lessons: 16 Average Number of Questions: 17 Prep Time: Medium
God in His grace used three men to guide Israel through a series of crises into the next stage of His plan: Samuel, the prophet who directs Israels transition from judgeship to monarchy; Saul, the first king, who epitomizes what God doesnt want in a leader; and David, the man after Gods own heart.
This Bible study on the book of 1 Samuel examines this fascinating Bible times and the lessons we can draw from them today.
• 16 lessons • Includes study aids and discussion questions