The Lord tells David that He will establish his (David’s) house for all time, and David offers one of the most beautiful prayers of praise we have yet seen in our journey through the Bible thus far.
David is anointed king and he takes the reigns of power, but not without tragedy.
The book of 1 Samuel ends today with the death of King Saul and his sons, including Jonathan, at the hands of the Philistines.
David refuses to harm the Lord’s chosen one.
David must run for his life as Saul pursues him.
Saul tries to kill David, and the friendship between Jonathan and David begins.
The Lord is displeased with Saul, and a young shepherd boy named David kills a giant named Goliath.
Saul encounters some trouble early in his rule, and we are introduced to his son Jonathan.
God chooses a king for Israel.
The Ark of the Covenant is lost.