(Explain that the phrase “he had not proved it” in verse 39 means that David was not used to wearing armor.). ), With the strength of the Lord, David slays Goliath. Ask the student who represents Goliath to read 1 Samuel 17:41–44 aloud. So now I give him to the LORD. Chapter 10 of first Samuel’s writings starts with Samuel anointing the head of a young man named Saul, whom God told Samuel would be captain or king over God’s inheritance. Hannah taught us to pray. Ask the class to follow along, looking for how David responded to Goliath. “Bible Stories and Personal Protection,”. This Bible verse should be simple enough for your toddler to memorize after a week of practice. Begin class by asking students what they think are the biggest challenges youths face in our day. Israel, under these kings and David’s son, Solomon, will rise to a prominence unmatched in its history. Verse 4 Shaved off the one half of their beards - The beard is held in high respect in the East: the possessor considers it his greatest ornament; often swears by it; and, in matters of great importance, pledges it. But Samuel “continued to grow in stature and in favor with the LORD and with people.” (1 Samuel 2:26). Invite students to look for principles that can help them know how to endure or overcome the challenges they are facing as they study the account of David and Goliath in 1 Samuel 17. Commentary on 1 Samuel 10:1-8 (Read 1 Samuel 10:1-8 ) The sacred anointing, then used, pointed at the great Messiah, or Anointed One, the King of the church, and High Priest of our profession, who was anointed with the oil of the Spirit, not by measure, but without measure, and above all the priests and princes of the Jewish church. Invite a student to read 1 Samuel 17:27–31 aloud. Lessons From 1 Samuel 15 Learning from the past helps us in the future. Why were they not hearing a word from God? 1 Samuel 2:6-9 - "The LORD killeth, and maketh alive: he bringeth down to the grave, and bringeth up. Great Post. What are some ways we can exercise our faith in the Lord when we face challenges? 2) Eli had not had the same effect on his sons, Hophni and Phinehas. Invite the student who represents David to read 1 Samuel 17:45–47 aloud. They will also learn how Rehoboam, the son of Solomon and the grandson of David, did not listen to good advice, which led to the division of the kingdom of Israel. On the other hand…”Eli’s sons were scoundrels; they had no regard for the LORD.” 1 Samuel 2:12. (1:2) Hannah 3) How often did Elkanah go to worship and sacrifice to the Lord? Hannah, the mother of Samuel, trusts God to answer her prayers Hannah, whose WOW !! The Bible verse for this lesson is 1 Samuel 3:10 “ Speak, for your servant is listening ”. Chapter 10 We left Samuel and Saul walking together, probably some private way over the fields down from Ramah, perhaps in the paths of the vineyards, and Saul expecting to hear from Samuel the word of God. This past Sunday he again delivered a wonderful message…on Samuel, the son that Hannah dedicated to the Lord. 1. Summarize 1 Samuel 17:1–3 by explaining that the Philistines came again to battle against the Israelites. 1 Samuel Study Guide Chapter 1 1) How many wives did Elkanah have? He didn’t stop seeking the Lord as he matured. 1 Samuel 5:1-4 tells us the story of what happened to the Philistines and the ark. Introduction to the Old Testament Seminary Teacher Manual, Lesson 1: Introduction to the Old Testament, Home-Study Lesson: Introduction to the Old Testament–Studying the Scriptures (Unit 1), Home-Study Lesson: Moses 8; Genesis 6–12; Abraham 1–2 (Unit 4), Home-Study Lesson: Abraham 3; Genesis 13–18 (Unit 5), Home-Study Lesson: Genesis 19–27 (Unit 6), Home-Study Lesson: Genesis 28–39 (Unit 7), Home-Study Lesson: Genesis 40–50 (Unit 8), Home-Study Lesson: Exodus 1–13 (Unit 9), Home-Study Lesson: Exodus 14–20 (Unit 10), Home-Study Lesson: Exodus 21–34 (Unit 11), Home-Study Lesson: Exodus 35–40; Leviticus (Unit 12), Home-Study Lesson: Numbers 1–21 (Unit 13), Home-Study Lesson: Numbers 22–36; Deuteronomy 1–26 (Unit 14), Home-Study Lesson: Deuteronomy 27–34; Joshua (Unit 15), Home-Study Lesson: Judges; Ruth (Unit 16), Home-Study Lesson: 1 Samuel 1–15 (Unit 17), Home-Study Lesson: 1 Samuel 16–31; 2 Samuel 1–10 (Unit 18), Home-Study Lesson: 2 Samuel 11–24; 1 Kings 1–17 (Unit 19), Home-Study Lesson: 1 Kings 18–22; 2 Kings 1–20 (Unit 20), Introduction to the Books of 1 Chronicles; 2 Chronicles, Home-Study Lesson: 2 Kings 21–25; 1 Chronicles; 2 Chronicles; Ezra; Nehemiah (Unit 21), Home-Study Lesson: Esther; Job; Psalms, Part 1 (Unit 22), Lesson 115: Ecclesiastes; Song of Solomon, Home-Study Lesson: Psalms, Parts 2–3; Proverbs; Ecclesiastes; Song of Solomon (Unit 23), Home-Study Lesson: Isaiah 1–23 (Unit 24), Home-Study Lesson: Isaiah 24–47 (Unit 25), Home-Study Lesson: Isaiah 48–58 (Unit 26), Home-Study Lesson: Isaiah 59–66; Jeremiah 1–33 (Unit 27), Home-Study Lesson: Jeremiah 34–52; Lamentations; Ezekiel 1–32 (Unit 28), Home-Study Lesson: Ezekiel 33–48; Daniel 1–2 (Unit 29), Home-Study Lesson: Daniel 3–12; Hosea; Joel; Amos (Unit 30), Home-Study Lesson: Obadiah; Jonah; Micah; Nahum; Habakkuk; Zephaniah; Haggai; Zechariah 1–2 (Unit 31), Home-Study Lesson: Zechariah 3–14; Malachi 1–4 (Unit 32), Moses’s and Israel’s Experiences with Jehovah at Mount Sinai, “Home-Study Lesson: 1 Samuel 16–31; 2 Samuel 1–10 (Unit 18)” Old Testament Seminary Teacher Manual (2014), “Unit 18,” Old Testament Seminary Teacher Manual, Preparation Material for the Home-Study Teacher. Summarize 1 Samuel 17:12–18 by explaining that while the army of Israel was encamped against the army of the Philistines, David was at home tending his father’s sheep. CHAPTER 10 1 Samuel 10:1-27.SAMUEL ANOINTS SAUL, AND CONFIRMS HIM BY THE PREDICTION OF THREE SIGNS. (He ran toward Goliath knowing that the Lord would help him. It thrilled me as a boy, and it still thrills me” (“Bible Stories and Personal Protection,” Ensign, Nov. 1992, 38). 1 Samuel chapter 9 9:1-2 - Saul, Israel’s first king 9:3-5 - Saul’s donkeys 9:6-10 - Why Saul went to see Samuel 9:11-14 - Saul meets Samuel for the first time 9:15-17 - Why God sent Saul to Samuel 9:18-21 - Samuel’s first 9:22 Samuel did not yet know the Lord, but wanted to know Him and sought His voice (1 Samuel 3:7). 1 # ch. He was ready. The lessons from Samuel that I am sharing with you come from one small section of the book and from a story which is very familiar. 2 Samuel 10 Commentary, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary is one of the most respected interdenominational commentaries ever written. Invite a student to read the following statement about faith from True to the Faith: “Faith is much more than passive belief. CHAPTER 20 David Consults with Jonathan. What did David do to prepare for the battle? How tall was Goliath? According to verse 37, why did David believe he could defeat Goliath? Invite a student to read 1 Samuel 17:48–51 aloud. 1st Samuel Lessons 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Home You are the one who will govern the LORD’s people and save them from the power of their enemies all around them. … Your faith can lead you to do good works, obey the commandments, and repent of your sins” (True to the Faith: A Gospel Reference [2004], 54–55). Kendra’s Bible Study…1 Samuel 3: 1-10 Welcome to Kendra Graham’s online Bible study. May we have “Samuels” who seek God even when those around them make self-centered choices. What challenge did Goliath give to the Israelites? There was resistance in their hearts. 1 Samuel 7 New International Version (NIV) 7 1 So the men of Kiriath Jearim came and took up the ark of the Lord.They brought it to Abinadab’s house on the hill and consecrated Eleazar his son to guard the ark of the Lord. As students studied more about David, they received assurance that when we are faithful, we invite the Lord to direct our lives. Eventually the ark was sent back to Israel and it stayed in the home of a man named Abinadab for 20 years. As you … Ask students to ponder the following questions: Why do some righteous and noble men, such as King David, commit serious sins? Samuel teaches us to seek God. They were worthless and despised the offering system, treating the Lord’s offering with contempt. Let’s look at some of the major lessons. Preparation Material for the Home-Study Teacher Summary of Daily Home-Study Lessons The following summary of the doctrines and principles students learned as they studied 1 Samuel 16–2 Samuel 10 (unit 18) is not intended to be taught as part of your lesson. Follow the promptings of the Holy Spirit as you consider the needs of your students. In this lesson about David’s appointment as king of Israel, students learned that if we inquire of the Lord and follow His direction, then He can guide us and help us succeed in our righteous endeavors. ), What principles can we learn from this story? How is David’s response to Goliath helpful to those who face mocking or ridicule in our day? “word from the Lord was rare in those days, visions were infrequent.”          (1 Samuel 3:1). (David was not afraid.). Before class, prepare the following visual aids: To help students visualize Goliath’s actual size, make a life-size drawing of him in the classroom or put a mark on the wall at nine feet, nine inches (three meters). They were not allowing Him to break through. Explain that in the next unit they will learn important lessons from the sins David committed. Summarize 1 Samuel 17:52–57 by explaining that after David defeated Goliath, the Philistine army fled, and the army of the Israelites chased after them. Ask students if they have ever seen someone experience sad consequences because he or she did not listen to good advice. He did not let it fail. 2:4; 1 Kgs. 9:16; 16:13; 2 Sam. 1 SAMUEL 1:10-18,26-28 10 Deeply hurt, Hannah prayed to the Lord and wept with many In his great kindness, I have received written permission from Dr. Kuruvilla for these posts on Hannah and Samuel for God’s glory. You may want to review it with them and recite it together as a class. Write the following phrase on the board: Remembering how the Lord has helped us in the past will …. 2 Samuel 1:10 So I stood on him, and slew him, because I was sure that he could not live after that he was fallen: and I took the crown that was on his head, and the bracelet that was on his arm, and have brought them here to my lord. Samuel: "Speak Lord, for your servant is listening" (1 Samuel 3:1-10) We begin with the story of Samuel hearing God's voice for the first time in the temple. He got up and responded. David took Goliath’s head to Jerusalem, and King Saul marveled at David’s bravery. When it was time for Samuel to introduce Saul from the tribe of Benjamin he could not be found. Invite two students to come to the front of class to represent David and Goliath. Now here we have, I.I. 9:1, 3, 6 Then Samuel took a flask of oil and poured it on his head # [Ps. Ask the class to follow along, looking for what happened when David arrived at the Israelite camp. Tie a knot in the end of one string and a small loop in the end of the other string. If you constructed one, illustrate the difficulty of using a sling effectively by inviting a few students to attempt to hit a target while using a sling and a marshmallow or another small, round, and soft object. Show students the sling you drew or constructed. 4 Dr. Constable's Notes on 1 Samuel 2020 Edition The Conquest and Division of Canaan Joshua 3—24 The Amphictyony (rule by judges) Judges 1—1 Samuel 7 The Reign of Saul 1 Samuel 8—31; 1 Chronicles 10 The Reign of Consider sharing one of your personal experiences and testifying of the principles identified in class. (Explain that he could have been approximately nine feet, nine inches [three meters] tall.). Invite students to come to the front of the class and compare their height to the picture of Goliath or to the mark of Goliath’s height on the wall. How might Saul’s response to David in verse 33 be similar to what we sometimes feel when we face challenges? In some cases (as in the sparing of Saul), he acts in a most honorable way. Note: Students studied the scripture mastery passage in 1 Samuel 16:7 in this unit. May we seek and hear from God!! I SAMUEL 9:25—10:1, 6-16 LESSON: SAUL ANOINTED KING —July 26, 2020 INTRODUCTION: st1 SAMUEL 9:18-24 Saul approaches Samuel and asks him if he knew the location of the seers house. Ask them to answer the following question in their class notebooks or scripture study journals: What will you do to better exercise your faith as you face your challenges? Samuel heard a word from God because he followed these steps: 6) Be available: when He heard God’s voice he immediately answered: “Here I am”…even though he initially thought it was Eli. It was rescued by the newly minted king, king Saul, which gave him the approval rating he needed. Ask students how they would complete this statement, based on what they learned from David’s response. 1 Samuel chapter 11 summary is going to cover the rescue of a town called Jabesh in Gilead. When students studied about Saul’s reaction to David’s success they learned that when we are jealous and angry, we allow the influence of the adversary into our lives. In this free printable David and Goliath Bible lesson for kids we will explore 1 Samuel 17 through Bible activities and games, free printable worksheets and Bible coloring pages, worship songs, lesson ideas and more. Ask the class to follow along, looking for phrases that show what Goliath thought of David. Timing is critical. Students may identify a variety of principles, but be sure to emphasize that remembering how the Lord has helped us in the past will strengthen our faith to endure or overcome our present challenges. In listening to Eli, Samuel was listening to God and heard the warning he wanted Samuel to deliver. He didn’t just lie there. How did she define herself in relation to Eli the priest? According to verses 34–36, what did David say when Saul told him that he was too young to fight with Goliath? 1 David fled from Naioth in Ramah, and went to Jonathan. (Make sure not to let this object lesson overshadow the truths taught in 1 Samuel 17. Read the following statement by Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles: “David’s reply is one of the great expressions of faith and courage in all our literature. Samuel did not yet know the Lord, but wanted to know Him and sought His voice (1 Samuel 3:7). Ask the class to follow along, looking for what Saul said to David. “After he was weaned, she took the boy with her, young as he was…brought the boy to Eli, and she said to him, “Pardon me, my lord. According to verse 11, how did the Israelite soldiers respond to Goliath’s challenge? To help students apply the truths they have learned, invite them to think again about a challenge they are currently facing. From Saul’s example they learned that when we disobey God, we lose His strength and guidance. I prayed for this child, and the LORD has granted me what I asked of him. 5) Samuel even seeks God more than the priest Eli…Eli is sleeping in bed, while Samuel chooses to sleep in the temple of the Lord, “where the ark of God was (1 Samuel … For his whole life he will be given over to the LORD.” 1 Samuel 1:24-27. 9) Continually seek as you grow in the Lord: As Samuel grew, the Lord was with him (1 Samuel 3:19). After sufficient time, invite several students to share with the class what they wrote. Explain that the loop goes over the index or third finger while the knot is held between the thumb and index finger; the object is slung by swinging the sling over the head and releasing the knotted string as the pouch begins its arc toward the target. Write their responses on the board. Explain that the word stave in verse 43 is referring to a staff or pole. “What crime or what offense does your father hold against me that he seeks my life?” a 2 Jonathan answered him: “Heaven forbid that you should die! Her song in 1 Samuel 2:1-10 declares the everlasting truth that God ultimately favors the righteous over the wicked, no matter how present conditions appear. Invite several students to take turns reading aloud from 1 Samuel 17:19–26. Ask the class to follow along, looking for what was done to prepare David for battle against Goliath. Invite a student to read 1 Samuel 17:4–7 aloud. David and Goliath – 10 Lessons from 1 Samuel 17 One – Goliath shouts his defiance to Israel. The following summary of the doctrines and principles students learned as they studied 1 Samuel 16–2 Samuel 10 (unit 18) is not intended to be taught as part of your lesson. Invite them to explain how that experience could help them endure or overcome the challenges they face now or will face in the future. 3) Hophni and Phinehas, Eli’s sons, refused to listen to the voice & rebuke of their father (1 Samuel 2:25) and it was the LORD’s will to put them to death. 8) Listen: Eli instructed him: “if He calls you, you shall say, ‘Speak Lord, for Your servant is listening.” Samuel first listened to Eli’s instruction. Invite a student to read 1 Samuel 17:38–40 aloud. a Kids Bible lessons and ministry resources that teach from the book of 1 Samuel. In that short amount of time, this God-centered mom influenced her son to seek God. Samuel’s parents and Eli had undoubtedly taught him about the Lord. Then ask them to think about a challenge they are currently facing. David’s father gave him food to take to his brothers, who were soldiers in the army of Israel, with instructions to see how they were doing at the battlefront. Results for 1 Samuel 24 David as a Fugitive David continues to be protected by the Lord. It’s a great story of the power of God! Ask the class to follow along, looking for how David’s brother responded to him. 2 The ark remained at Kiriath Jearim a long time—twenty years in all. 1 Samuel 9:15-10:1 New International Version (NIV) 15 Now the day before Saul came, the Lord had revealed this to Samuel: 16 “About this time tomorrow I will send you a man from the land of Benjamin.Anoint him ruler over my people Israel; he will deliver them from the hand of the Philistines. This is a place where we can come together and share in our journey towards Scriptural truths and spiritual maturity. 4) Hophni and Phinehas, did not know the Lord because they did not want to know Him. CHAPTER 10 1 Then, from a flask he had with him, Samuel poured oil on Saul’s head and kissed him, saying: “The LORD anoints you ruler over his people Israel. How did David exercise his faith in the Lord? This lesson can help students understand how they can receive the Lord’s help to endure or overcome challenges they face. May we personally seek God and expect a word from Him by being: available, quick to respond, listening, growing and sharing. He didn’t keep it to himself he shared the Word of the Lord with others. 1 Samuel 8 The choice to be like everyone else pulls us away from God's purpose of setting us apart from everyone else as His people (1-6) Samuel had served as the judge of Israel for the majority of his life. God used their rejection of Him to prepare to send them His perfect King. How was David’s reaction to Goliath’s challenge different from the reaction of the Israelite soldiers? Samuel, the baby born to Hannah, will become a kingmaker—the one who will anoint Saul (9:16; 10:1) and David (16:12-13). May we follow in Hannah’s example and teach our preschoolers to seek God by modeling a God-centered life. What can we learn about David from his response to Goliath? God was Israel’s king but they rejected Him. (As students express the principles they have identified, emphasize the following truth: As we exercise our faith in the Lord, He will help us with our challenges.). 1:34, 39; 2 Kgs. Invite a student to read 1 Samuel 17:32–37 aloud. To help students understand what David used to defeat Goliath, draw a picture of a sling or construct one by using any sturdy fabric or soft leather for the pouch (an oval of about 3 x 5 inches [8 x 13 centimeters]) and something like shoelaces for the strings (any length from 18 to 24 inches [46 to 60 centimeters]). How did David respond to his brother’s rebuke? Read 1 Samuel 10:17-19. They also learned that because the Lord is a perfect judge, we do not need to seek revenge against those who have hurt us. Note all of Hannah’s self-descriptors in this Bible passage. 2:12] and kissed him and said, “Has not the Lord anointed you to be prince # 10:1 Or leader over # 1) Hannah only had influence over Samuel for about 3 years…which was how long women nursed in Biblical times before weaning. Invite students to share about a time when the Lord helped them (or someone they know) endure or overcome a challenge. 10)Do not let His words fail: When he received a word from the Lord, first about the fate of Eli and his sons and later about the prophecy regarding Israel, Samuel shared God’s word. Then Samuel said, ‘Speak, for your servant is listening,’” (1 Samuel 3:2-10, NIV84). 5) Samuel even seeks God more than the priest Eli…Eli is sleeping in bed, while Samuel chooses to sleep in the temple of the Lord, “where the ark of God was (1 Samuel 3:3)”, the dwelling place of God. The lesson you teach concentrates on only a few of these doctrines and principles. Invite a student to read 1 Samuel 17:8–11 aloud. 7) Be quick to respond: he ran to Eli when he heard someone calling him. From the account of Uzzah steadying the ark, students learned that those who attempt to direct God’s work without His authority bring spiritual death upon themselves. It wasn’t that Samuel had not learned who the Lord was. God’s Reacted: “1 Sam 15:10-11 –Now the word of the Lord came to Samuel, saying, 11 “I greatly regret that I have set up Saul as king, for he has turned back from following Me, and has not performed My commandments.” In verses 10-16 identify the emotions Hannah experienced. (1:2) Two 2) Which of Elkanah's wives had no children? As students read about David being chosen as the next king of Israel, they learned that God judges us by our hearts rather than our outward appearance. While Samuel ministered to the Lord (1 Samuel 2:18). What a great example for us!! Ask the class to follow along, looking for the challenge Goliath gave to the Israelites. Why do you think remembering how the Lord has helped us in the past will help us with our present challenges? Ask the class to follow along, looking for how Goliath was described. Why is it important to confess sins early rather than try to cover them up? Important lessons from 1 Samuel The stories in the book of 1 Samuel have many lessons for us today. Then Samuel took a vial of oil--This was the ancient ( Judges 9:8) ceremony of investiture with the royal office among the Hebrews and other Eastern nations. Last week I shared 10 reasons Hannah was a God-centered mom, based on sermon delivered by Dr. Abe Kuruvilla. As students read about what Abigail did to save her family, they learned that our righteous choices can bless not only us but also others around us. 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