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  • The Holy Bible - Samuel - A Dedicated Man

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    During Samuel's youth at Shiloh the Philistines inflicted a decisive defeat against the Israelites at Eben-Ezer, placed the land under Philistine oppression, and took the sanctuary's Ark for themselves. This was decades before the Israelites began to be ruled by a king. After 20 years of such oppression, Samuel, who had gained national prominence as a prophet, summoned the people to Mizpah (one of the highest hills in the land), where he organized them into an army, and led them against the Philistines. The Philistines, having marched to Mizpah to attack the newly amassed Israelite army, were soundly defeated and fled in terror. The retreating Philistines were slaughtered by the Israelites, which the Bible portrays positively. Then Samuel erected a large stone at the battle site as a memorial, and there ensued a long period of peace thereafter.

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  • Samuel | Full Movie | Makram Khoury | Jack Cohen | Aman Dibsi | Iyad Shetty | Aiman Nahas

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    Watch Samuel Full Movie on Vision Video

    This one-hour biblical drama recounts the thrilling story of the Old Testament prophet, Samuel. Samuel was called by God from a young age to speak God’s will to his people. Later, he would lead the Israelites in a decisive battle against the Philistines and would reluctantly appoint Israel’s first king. When King Saul disobeyed God, Samuel condemned him and secretly appointed David as King, setting off an epic struggle for power in the kingdom.

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    Starring: Makram Khoury, Jack Cohen, Aman Dibsi, Iyad Shetty, Aiman Nahas, Mahmoud Kinnan

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  • Overview: 1 Samuel

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    Watch our overview video on the book of 1 Samuel, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In 1 Samuel, God reluctantly raises up kings to rule the Israelites. The first is a failure, and the second, David, is a faithful replacement.

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  • The Story of Samuel - 1 Samuel 1 | Sunday School Lesson & Bible Teaching Story for Kids | HD

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    This video centers on the miraculous life and ministry of Samuel and brings to life the Biblical account of 1 Samuel 1. Your class will marvel as the story of Samuel, Hannah and Eli is told like never before! Featuring award-winning artwork and powerful storytelling this Kids Bible Video is perfect for Sunday School, Bible study, homeschool, VBS and more.

    1 Samuel 1 | The Story of Samuel
    1 There was a certain man from Ramathaim, a Zuphite from the hill country of Ephraim, whose name was Elkanah son of Jeroham, the son of Elihu, the son of Tohu, the son of Zuph, an Ephraimite. 2 He had two wives; one was called Hannah and the other Peninnah. Peninnah had children, but Hannah had none.

    3 Year after year this man went up from his town to worship and sacrifice to the Lord Almighty at Shiloh, where Hophni and Phinehas, the two sons of Eli, were priests of the Lord. 4 Whenever the day came for Elkanah to sacrifice, he would give portions of the meat to his wife Peninnah and to all her sons and daughters. 5 But to Hannah he gave a double portion because he loved her, and the Lord had closed her womb. 6 Because the Lord had closed Hannah’s womb, her rival kept provoking her in order to irritate her. 7 This went on year after year. Whenever Hannah went up to the house of the Lord, her rival provoked her till she wept and would not eat. 8 Her husband Elkanah would say to her, “Hannah, why are you weeping? Why don’t you eat? Why are you downhearted? Don’t I mean more to you than ten sons?”

    9 Once when they had finished eating and drinking in Shiloh, Hannah stood up. Now Eli the priest was sitting on his chair by the doorpost of the Lord’s house. 10 In her deep anguish Hannah prayed to the Lord, weeping bitterly. 11 And she made a vow, saying, “Lord Almighty, if you will only look on your servant’s misery and remember me, and not forget your servant but give her a son, then I will give him to the Lord for all the days of his life, and no razor will ever be used on his head.”

    12 As she kept on praying to the Lord, Eli observed her mouth. 13 Hannah was praying in her heart, and her lips were moving but her voice was not heard. Eli thought she was drunk 14 and said to her, “How long are you going to stay drunk? Put away your wine.”

    15 “Not so, my lord,” Hannah replied, “I am a woman who is deeply troubled. I have not been drinking wine or beer; I was pouring out my soul to the Lord. 16 Do not take your servant for a wicked woman; I have been praying here out of my great anguish and grief.”

    17 Eli answered, “Go in peace, and may the God of Israel grant you what you have asked of him.”

    18 She said, “May your servant find favor in your eyes.” Then she went her way and ate something, and her face was no longer downcast.

    19 Early the next morning they arose and worshiped before the Lord and then went back to their home at Ramah. Elkanah made love to his wife Hannah, and the Lord remembered her. 20 So in the course of time Hannah became pregnant and gave birth to a son. She named him Samuel, saying, “Because I asked the Lord for him.”

    21 When her husband Elkanah went up with all his family to offer the annual sacrifice to the Lord and to fulfill his vow, 22 Hannah did not go. She said to her husband, “After the boy is weaned, I will take him and present him before the Lord, and he will live there always.”

    23 “Do what seems best to you,” her husband Elkanah told her. “Stay here until you have weaned him; only may the Lord make good his word.” So the woman stayed at home and nursed her son until she had weaned him.

    24 After he was weaned, she took the boy with her, young as he was, along with a three-year-old bull, an ephah of flour and a skin of wine, and brought him to the house of the Lord at Shiloh. 25 When the bull had been sacrificed, they brought the boy to Eli, 26 and she said to him, “Pardon me, my lord. As surely as you live, I am the woman who stood here beside you praying to the Lord. 27 I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him. 28 So now I give him to the Lord. For his whole life he will be given over to the Lord.” And he worshiped the Lord there.

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  • Bible Stories for Kids! The Story of Samuel

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    Enjoy this wonderful animated Bible story for all children. Father John teaches Lucy, Matthew and George the story of Samuel.

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    Samuel was the last Israelite Judge before the rule of Kings in ancient Israel. Even before his birth, his mother, Hannah had promised God that Samuel will be dedicated to the service of the Lord. Watch the amazing story of Samuel in this exciting new episode.

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  • HANNAH

    27:37

    The story of Hannah, Mother of Samuel
    1 Book of Samuel chapters 1 - 4

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  • God Calls Samuel | 100 Bible Stories

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    When Samuel is left by his mother to learn at the temple, he receives a surprising call from God one night.

    100 Bible Stories is a new series consisting of wonderful animated episodes based on the Holy Bible. Watch this to learn the stories from Bible!

  • The Book of 2 Samuel | KJV | Audio Bible by Alexander Scourby

    1:45:25

    The Book of 2 Samuel, King James Bible, by Alexander Scourby © is being aired with permission of Scourby.com, all rights reserved. Here’s a 60-second video about the importance of HEARING THE WORD OF GOD. We encourage you to share it on social media and with friends and family. Viewers may go to to obtain a personal copy of the Scourby Audio Bible. Many blessings as you hear the Word of God.

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  • The Book of Samuel: Lesson 1 - An Introduction to Samuel

    1:43:38

    Introduces the book of Samuel, including why and under what circumstances the book was written and how it applies to Christians today.

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  • The Book of Samuel: Lesson 2 - Samuel and Saul

    1:59:50

    Examines Samuel's role in Israel's prelude to kingship and Saul's failed kingship before the establishment of David as Israel's king.

  • Superbook Episode | The 700 Club Canada- March 1, 2021

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    An exclusive airing of the Superbook episode Samuel And The Call Of God.

  • Bible Book 10. 2 Samuel Complete 1-24, English Standard Version Read Along Bible

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    Bible Book 10. 2 Samuel Complete 1-24, English Standard Version (ESV) Read Along Bible

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  • 1 Samuel 9-10 - Skip Heitzig

    1:3:02

    In 1 Samuel 9-10, we are introduced to the first king of a united Israel, Saul. His reign began well but soured quickly. Saul looked the part of a king and even enjoyed some advantages in ruling, but as time passed, his heart turned from God. In this message, we witness Saul's anointing as king over Israel, and we learn key lessons about humility and living right so we can finish well.

    This teaching is from the series 09 1 Samuel - 2021 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.

  • 1 Samuel 2:22-4:22 - Skip Heitzig

    1:2:12

    Eli the priest honored his sons above the Lord by letting them get away with ungodly actions. While the dire consequences of Eli's choice unfolded, the Lord raised up a godly prophet who would point the people of Israel back to Him. In this message, Skip Heitzig shares why it's important for your children to see your love for the Lord, encouraging you to bring God's light into the world.

    This teaching is from the series 09 1 Samuel - 2021 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.

  • 1 Samuel 13-14:35 - Skip Heitzig

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    This teaching is from the series 09 1 Samuel - 2021 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.

  • 2 Samuel 7- The Promised King

    47:05

    A chapter by chapter and verse by verse study of 2 Samuel taught by Pastor Paul LeBoutillier of Calvary Chapel Ontario, Oregon. Go to for an entire through-the-Bible listing of online studies.

  • 1 Samuel 16-17:31 - Skip Heitzig

    1:1:24

    This teaching is from the series 09 1 Samuel - 2021 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.

  • God Speaks to Samuel

    2:34

    This Bible story is based on 1 Samuel 3.

  • 1 Samuel 14:31-15 - Skip Heitzig

    1:55

    This teaching is from the series 09 1 Samuel - 2021 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.

  • Abrahams Sacrifice - Holy Tales Bible Stories - Abraham and the Sacrifice of Isaac

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    Abraham's Sacrifice - Holy Tales Bible Stories - Abraham and the Sacrifice of Isaac

    In the biblical narrative, God asks Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac, on Moriah. Abraham begins to comply, when a messenger from God interrupts him. Abraham then sees a ram and sacrifices it instead.

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  • Man After Gods Own Heart | David Series Part 1 | Pastor Paul Daugherty

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    Pastor Paul Daugherty starts his series on King David, the man after God's own heart.
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  • 1 Samuel 11-12 - Skip Heitzig

    1:7:19

    This teaching is from the series 09 1 Samuel - 2021 with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Church.

  • The Book of 1 Kings | KJV | Audio Bible by Alexander Scourby

    2:6:29

    The Book of 1 Kings, King James Bible, by Alexander Scourby © is being aired with permission of Scourby.com, all rights reserved. Here’s a 60-second video about the importance of HEARING THE WORD OF GOD. We encourage you to share it on social media and with friends and family. Viewers may go to to obtain a personal copy of the Scourby Audio Bible. Many blessings as you hear the Word of God.

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  • Samuel a Dedicated Man

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  • 2nd Samuel KJV Dramatized Audio and Text

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    The Second Book of Samuel KJV
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  • ساموئل Samuel in Farsi Part 1

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    The True Film of ساموئل Samuel (as) in Farsi Part 1
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  • The Holy Bible - Samuel 1 Book 9 Complete | KJV Audiobook |

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    The Holy Bible - Samuel 1 Book 9 Complete | KJV Audiobook |

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    The childless Hannah vows to Yahweh of hosts that if she has a son, he will be dedicated to him. Eli, the priest of Shiloh (where the Ark of the Covenant is located), blesses her, and a child named Samuel is born. Samuel is dedicated to the Lord as a Nazirite – the only one besides Samson to be identified in the Bible. Eli's sons, Hophni and Phinehas, sin against God's laws and the people, which cause them to die in the battle of Aphek, but the child Samuel grows up in the presence of the Lord.

    The Philistines capture the Ark of the Covenant from Shiloh and take it to the temple of their god Dagon, who recognizes the supremacy of Yahweh. The Philistines are afflicted with plagues and return the ark to the Israelites, but to the territory of the tribe of Benjamin rather than to Shiloh. The Philistines attack the Israelites gathered at Mizpah in Benjamin. Samuel appeals to Yahweh, the Philistines are decisively beaten, and the Israelites reclaim their lost territory.

    In Samuel's old age, he appoints his sons Joel and Abijah as judges, but because of their corruption the people ask for a king to rule over them. God directs Samuel to grant them a king despite his concerns, and gives them Saul from the tribe of Benjamin. Shortly after Saul leads Israel to victory over Nahash of Ammon. Despite his numerous military victories, Saul disobeys Yahweh's instruction of destroying Amalek by sparing the Amalekite ruler and the best portion of their flocks to present them as sacrifices. Samuel rebukes Saul and tells him that God has chosen another man to be king of Israel.

    God tells Samuel to anoint David of Bethlehem as king, and David enters Saul's court as his armor-bearer and harpist. Saul's son and heir Jonathan befriends David and recognizes him as the rightful king. Saul plots David's death, but David flees into the wilderness, where he becomes a champion of the Hebrews. David joins the Philistines but continues secretly to champion his own people, until Saul and Jonathan are killed in battle at Mount Gilboa. At this point, David offers a majestic eulogy, where he praises the bravery and magnificence of both his friend Jonathan and King Saul.

    The elders of Judah anoint David as king, but in the north Saul's son Ish-bosheth, or Ishbaal, rules over the northern tribes. After a long war, Ishbaal is murdered by Rechab and Baanah, two of his captains who hope for a reward from David; but David has them killed for killing God's anointed. David is then anointed King of all Israel. David captures Jerusalem and brings the Ark there. David wishes to build a temple, but Nathan tells him that one of his sons will be the one to build the temple. David defeats the enemies of Israel, slaughtering Philistines, Moabites, Edomites, Syrians and Arameans.

    David commits adultery with Bathsheba, who becomes pregnant. When her husband, Uriah the Hittite returns from battle, David encourages him to go home and see his wife but Uriah declines in case David might need him. David thus deliberately sends Uriah on a suicide mission; and for this, Yahweh sends disasters against his house. Nathan tells David that the sword shall never depart from his house. For the remainder of his reign there are problems. Amnon (one of David's sons) rapes his half-sister Tamar (one of David's daughters). Absalom (another son of David) kills Amnon, rebels against his father, and David flees from Jerusalem. Absalom is killed following the Battle of the Wood of Ephraim, David is restored as king, and he returns to his palace. Finally only two contenders for the succession remain, Adonijah, son of David and Haggith, and Solomon, son of David and Bathsheba.

    The Second Book of Samuel concludes with four chapters (chapters 21 to 24) which lie outside the chronological narrative of Saul and David. The narrative is resumed with the first Book of Kings, which relates how, as David lies dying, Bathsheba and Nathan ensure Solomon's elevation to the throne.

    The four supplementary chapters cover a great famine during David's reign, the execution of seven of Saul's remaining descendants, only Mephibosheth being saved, David's song of thanksgiving, which is almost identical to Psalm 18, his last words, a list of David's mighty warriors, an offering made by David using water from the well of Bethlehem,David's sinful census, a plague over Israel which David opted for as preferable to either famine or oppression, and the construction of an altar on land he purchased from Araunah the Jebusite.



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  • SAMUEL A KING FOR ISRAEL - The Old Testament ep. 25 - EN

    25:33

    SAMUEL A KING FOR ISRAEL - The Old Testament, ep. 25 - EN. “In the beginning”… with these words the Bible begins the story of the great mystery of the origins of time, existence and the h­istory of the Universe. It also contains the proclamation of the Word of God, invisible and omnipotent, creator of heaven and earth, who turns once more to his people with the promise of the salvation which man has awaited since the moment of his creation and of his first sin…

  • The Bible: Samuel 1 Chapter 10

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    This is part of a video series covering the entire Bible in 4 years, one chapter at a time. Start at the beginning with Genesis 1 (Youtube link: and work through the playlist. Or go to for more information.
    In this video listen to 1 Samuel Chapter 10, read by David Alley, followed by comments and prayer.
    In 1 Samuel Chapter 10 are stages 1 and 2 of 3 lifting Saul to the throne of Israel. First is the private anointing, second the public selection and third proving himself in battle which comes in the following chapters. First he is anointed privately by Saul.
    Physically, anointing is rubbing or pouring oil on another. This was done as a sign that someone was set aside or dedicated to service for God. It was often a sign that God’s favor and his Spirit was with that person. While many people were anointed for various tasks, there was one special anointed person... the Messiah, or “the” anointed one.
    Much later when Saul turned bad, he was still considered anointed by David. This is an important point, given that God knows the future and chose Saul, fully aware of how he would turn out.
    After his anointing, Saul changed. When the Holy spirit works in us it does change us - we are turned into different people. What it does NOT do is take away our choices. Those in whom the Spirit is working have to cooperate with the Spirit. This is completely unlike demonic oppression which is controlling. The result of this is that people have to learn how to cooperate with the Spirit. Essentially they have to practice.
    Finally he was selected publicly before all Israel - this was stage two. When this happened he hid himself in the baggage. Why was he hiding in the baggage? Was it because he had already been anointed, and already knew what was ahead. Was he so afraid of leadership he hid.

  • 2 Samuel Chapter 1- 24 ????

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    ????2 Samuel from the first book of the Bible in Old Testament

    ????The book of 2 Samuel continues to show us the virtue of humility, the destructiveness of pride, and the faithfulness of God's promise. We see David succeed and fail, and we see God's promise for a future king at the beginning and end of the story.

    ????In 2 Samuel 7:14, God promises a Messiah: I will be his father, and he will be my son. (NIV) In Hebrews 1:5, the writer attributes this verse to Jesus, not to David's successor, King Solomon, because Solomon sinned. Jesus, the sinless Son of God, became the Messiah, the King of Kings.

    ????The name Samuel is from the Old Testament of the Bible, and derives from a Hebrew phrase meaning either “God has heard” or “name of God.” Samuel from the Bible is respected by Jews, Christians, and Muslims as a wise prophet, judge, and leader of ancient Israel.

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  • #9 | 1-Samuel | Old Testament | The Holy Bible | Word of Life | Audio Bible | King James Version

    2:7:22

    The Book of Samuel forms part of the narrative history of Israel in the Nevi'im or prophets section of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament called the Deuteronomistic history, a series of books.

    Summary:
    The childless Hannah vows to Yahweh of hosts that if she has a son, he will be dedicated to him. Eli, the priest of Shiloh (where the Ark of the Covenant is located), blesses her, and a child named Samuel is born. Samuel is dedicated to the Lord as a Nazirite – the only one besides Samson to be identified in the Bible. Eli's sons, Hophni and Phinehas, sin against God's laws and the people, which cause them to die in the battle of Aphek, but the child Samuel grows up in the presence of the Lord.

    The Philistines capture the Ark of the Covenant from Shiloh and take it to the temple of their god Dagon, who recognizes the supremacy of Yahweh. The Philistines are afflicted with plagues and return the ark to the Israelites, but to the territory of the tribe of Benjamin rather than to Shiloh. The Philistines attack the Israelites gathered at Mizpah in Benjamin. Samuel appeals to Yahweh, the Philistines are decisively beaten, and the Israelites reclaim their lost territory.
    In Samuel's old age, he appoints his sons Joel and Abijah as judges, but because of their corruption, the people ask for a king to rule over them. God directs Samuel to grant them a king despite his concerns and gives them Saul from the tribe of Benjamin. Shortly after Saul leads Israel to victory over Nahash of Ammon. Despite his numerous military victories, Saul disobeys Yahweh's instruction of destroying Amalek by sparing the Amalekite ruler and the best portion of their flocks to present them as sacrifices. Samuel rebukes Saul and tells him that God has chosen another man to be king of Israel.

    God tells Samuel to anoint David of Bethlehem as king, and David enters Saul's court as his armor-bearer and harpist. Saul's son and heir Jonathan befriends David and recognizes him as the rightful king. Saul plots David's death, but David flees into the wilderness, where he becomes a champion of the Hebrews. David joins the Philistines but continues secretly to champion his own people until Saul and Jonathan are killed in battle at Mount Gilboa. At this point, David offers a majestic eulogy, where he praises the bravery and magnificence of both his friend Jonathan and King Saul.

    The elders of Judah anoint David as king, but in the north, Saul's son Ish-bosheth, or Ishbaal, rules over the northern tribes. After a long war, Ishbaal is murdered by Rechab and Baanah, two of his captains who hope for a reward from David; but David has them killed for killing God's anointed. David is then anointed King of all Israel. David captures Jerusalem and brings the Ark there. David wishes to build a temple, but Nathan tells him that one of his sons will be the one to build the temple. David defeats the enemies of Israel, slaughtering Philistines, Moabites, Edomites, Syrians, and Arameans.

    David commits adultery with Bathsheba, who becomes pregnant. When her husband, Uriah the Hittite returns from battle, David encourages him to go home and see his wife but Uriah declines in case David might need him. David thus deliberately sends Uriah on a suicide mission; and for this, Yahweh sends disasters against his house. Nathan tells David that the sword shall never depart from his house. For the remainder of his reign, there are problems. Amnon (one of David's sons) rapes his half-sister Tamar (one of David's daughters). Absalom (another son of David) kills Amnon, rebels against his father, and David flees from Jerusalem. Absalom is killed following the Battle of the Wood of Ephraim, David is restored as king, and he returns to his palace. Finally, only two contenders for the succession remain Adonijah, son of David and Haggith, and Solomon, son of David and Bathsheba.

    The Second Book of Samuel concludes with four chapters (chapters 21 to 24) which lie outside the chronological narrative of Saul and David. The narrative is resumed with the First Book of Kings, which relates how, as David lies dying, Bathsheba and Nathan ensure Solomon's elevation to the throne.

    The four supplementary chapters cover a great famine during David's reign, the execution of seven of Saul's remaining descendants, only Mephibosheth being saved, David's song of thanksgiving, which is almost identical to Psalm 18, his last words, a list of David's mighty warriors, an offering made by David using water from the well of Bethlehem, David's sinful census, a plague over Israel which David opted for as preferable to either famine or oppression, and the construction of an altar on land he purchased from Araunah the Jebusite.

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  • Samuel

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    Bible film Samuel plays a key role in the transition from the period of the biblical judges to the institution of a kingdom under Saul, and again in the transition from Saul to David.

  • 1 Samuel 4

    4:16

    1 Samuel 4 (New International Version)

    1 Samuel 4

    1 And Samuel's word came to all Israel.


    The Philistines Capture the Ark

    Now the Israelites went out to fight against the Philistines. The Israelites camped at Ebenezer, and the Philistines at Aphek. 2 The Philistines deployed their forces to meet Israel, and as the battle spread, Israel was defeated by the Philistines, who killed about four thousand of them on the battlefield. 3 When the soldiers returned to camp, the elders of Israel asked, Why did the LORD bring defeat upon us today before the Philistines? Let us bring the ark of the LORD's covenant from Shiloh, so that it [a] may go with us and save us from the hand of our enemies.
    4 So the people sent men to Shiloh, and they brought back the ark of the covenant of the LORD Almighty, who is enthroned between the cherubim. And Eli's two sons, Hophni and Phinehas, were there with the ark of the covenant of God.

    5 When the ark of the LORD's covenant came into the camp, all Israel raised such a great shout that the ground shook. 6 Hearing the uproar, the Philistines asked, What's all this shouting in the Hebrew camp?
    When they learned that the ark of the LORD had come into the camp, 7 the Philistines were afraid. A god has come into the camp, they said. We're in trouble! Nothing like this has happened before. 8 Woe to us! Who will deliver us from the hand of these mighty gods? They are the gods who struck the Egyptians with all kinds of plagues in the desert. 9 Be strong, Philistines! Be men, or you will be subject to the Hebrews, as they have been to you. Be men, and fight!

    10 So the Philistines fought, and the Israelites were defeated and every man fled to his tent. The slaughter was very great; Israel lost thirty thousand foot soldiers. 11 The ark of God was captured, and Eli's two sons, Hophni and Phinehas, died.

    Death of Eli

    12 That same day a Benjamite ran from the battle line and went to Shiloh, his clothes torn and dust on his head. 13 When he arrived, there was Eli sitting on his chair by the side of the road, watching, because his heart feared for the ark of God. When the man entered the town and told what had happened, the whole town sent up a cry.
    14 Eli heard the outcry and asked, What is the meaning of this uproar?
    The man hurried over to Eli, 15 who was ninety-eight years old and whose eyes were set so that he could not see. 16 He told Eli, I have just come from the battle line; I fled from it this very day.
    Eli asked, What happened, my son?

    17 The man who brought the news replied, Israel fled before the Philistines, and the army has suffered heavy losses. Also your two sons, Hophni and Phinehas, are dead, and the ark of God has been captured.

    18 When he mentioned the ark of God, Eli fell backward off his chair by the side of the gate. His neck was broken and he died, for he was an old man and heavy. He had led [b] Israel forty years.

    19 His daughter-in-law, the wife of Phinehas, was pregnant and near the time of delivery. When she heard the news that the ark of God had been captured and that her father-in-law and her husband were dead, she went into labor and gave birth, but was overcome by her labor pains. 20 As she was dying, the women attending her said, Don't despair; you have given birth to a son. But she did not respond or pay any attention.

    21 She named the boy Ichabod, [c] saying, The glory has departed from Israel-because of the capture of the ark of God and the deaths of her father-in-law and her husband. 22 She said, The glory has departed from Israel, for the ark of God has been captured.

  • Bible Discovery, 1 Samuel 9-12 | The Man, Saul - March 12, 2019

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  • God Rejects Saul as King

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  • Book of 2 Samuel • KJV

    1:53:33

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    The book of 2 Samuel begins with David learning of King Saul's defeat by the Philistines. David writes a song lamenting the deaths of Saul and his close friend, Jonathan. God has not left Israel without a leader. David goes to Hebron, where his followers and the southern tribe of Judah anoint him as king.

    Meanwhile, Saul’s chief commander, Abner, garners the Israeli troops in a series of small hand-to-hand combat against the army of Joab, David’s general.

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  • #10 | 2-Samuel | Old Testament | The Holy Bible | Word of Life | Audio Bible | King James Version

    1:44:17

    The Book of Samuel forms part of the narrative history of Israel in the Nevi'im or prophets section of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament called the Deuteronomistic history, a series of books.

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    The childless Hannah vows to Yahweh of hosts that if she has a son, he will be dedicated to him. Eli, the priest of Shiloh (where the Ark of the Covenant is located), blesses her, and a child named Samuel is born. Samuel is dedicated to the Lord as a Nazirite – the only one besides Samson to be identified in the Bible. Eli's sons, Hophni and Phinehas, sin against God's laws and the people, which cause them to die in the battle of Aphek, but the child Samuel grows up in the presence of the Lord.

    The Philistines capture the Ark of the Covenant from Shiloh and take it to the temple of their god Dagon, who recognizes the supremacy of Yahweh. The Philistines are afflicted with plagues and return the ark to the Israelites, but to the territory of the tribe of Benjamin rather than to Shiloh. The Philistines attack the Israelites gathered at Mizpah in Benjamin. Samuel appeals to Yahweh, the Philistines are decisively beaten, and the Israelites reclaim their lost territory.
    In Samuel's old age, he appoints his sons Joel and Abijah as judges, but because of their corruption, the people ask for a king to rule over them. God directs Samuel to grant them a king despite his concerns and gives them Saul from the tribe of Benjamin. Shortly after Saul leads Israel to victory over Nahash of Ammon. Despite his numerous military victories, Saul disobeys Yahweh's instruction of destroying Amalek by sparing the Amalekite ruler and the best portion of their flocks to present them as sacrifices. Samuel rebukes Saul and tells him that God has chosen another man to be king of Israel.

    God tells Samuel to anoint David of Bethlehem as king, and David enters Saul's court as his armor-bearer and harpist. Saul's son and heir Jonathan befriends David and recognizes him as the rightful king. Saul plots David's death, but David flees into the wilderness, where he becomes a champion of the Hebrews. David joins the Philistines but continues secretly to champion his own people until Saul and Jonathan are killed in battle at Mount Gilboa. At this point, David offers a majestic eulogy, where he praises the bravery and magnificence of both his friend Jonathan and King Saul.

    The elders of Judah anoint David as king, but in the north, Saul's son Ish-bosheth, or Ishbaal, rules over the northern tribes. After a long war, Ishbaal is murdered by Rechab and Baanah, two of his captains who hope for a reward from David; but David has them killed for killing God's anointed. David is then anointed King of all Israel. David captures Jerusalem and brings the Ark there. David wishes to build a temple, but Nathan tells him that one of his sons will be the one to build the temple. David defeats the enemies of Israel, slaughtering Philistines, Moabites, Edomites, Syrians, and Arameans.

    David commits adultery with Bathsheba, who becomes pregnant. When her husband, Uriah the Hittite returns from battle, David encourages him to go home and see his wife but Uriah declines in case David might need him. David thus deliberately sends Uriah on a suicide mission; and for this, Yahweh sends disasters against his house. Nathan tells David that the sword shall never depart from his house. For the remainder of his reign, there are problems. Amnon (one of David's sons) rapes his half-sister Tamar (one of David's daughters). Absalom (another son of David) kills Amnon, rebels against his father, and David flees from Jerusalem. Absalom is killed following the Battle of the Wood of Ephraim, David is restored as king, and he returns to his palace. Finally, only two contenders for the succession remain Adonijah, son of David and Haggith, and Solomon, son of David and Bathsheba.

    The Second Book of Samuel concludes with four chapters (chapters 21 to 24) which lie outside the chronological narrative of Saul and David. The narrative is resumed with the First Book of Kings, which relates how, as David lies dying, Bathsheba and Nathan ensure Solomon's elevation to the throne.

    The four supplementary chapters cover a great famine during David's reign, the execution of seven of Saul's remaining descendants, only Mephibosheth being saved, David's song of thanksgiving, which is almost identical to Psalm 18, his last words, a list of David's mighty warriors, an offering made by David using water from the well of Bethlehem, David's sinful census, a plague over Israel which David opted for as preferable to either famine or oppression, and the construction of an altar on land he purchased from Araunah the Jebusite.


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  • The Book of 1st Samuel

    2:8:04

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    1st Samuel is a story of Narrative History and includes a great deal of Drama. It is written by the last of the Judges for which the book is named, Samuel. It was written at about 930 B.C. Key personalities include Eli, Hannah, Samuel, Saul, Jonathan, and David. It was written to show Israel how they chose a king but in the process, they blatantly neglected and abandoned God.

    • In chapters 1-7, Samuel is born to Hannah as a Nazirite, dedicate to God. Soon after, Samuel was brought to the tabernacle to serve God. During this time, the Israelites are in a vicious battle with the Philistines and they lose the Ark of the Covenant, which is captured by the Philistines. Struck down by deadly plagues, the Philistine are happy to return it to the rightful owner in an oxcart pulled by two cows.

    • From chapters 8-15, the Israelites select, who they believe, will be a great king. Samuel anoints Saul to be king and although things go well at first, as usual, trouble looms in the near future. Due to continuous bad decisions and direct disobedience to God’s will, Samuel informs Saul that God has rejected him as the rightful King.

    • In Chapters 16-31, God selects His King who is David, and he is called, “a man after God’s own heart” (13:14). Samuel anoints David as a young boy, and several years later stands up to a Philistine giant in front of both the armies of the Israelites and Philistines. With God as his protector, David drops the oversized soldier with one simple stone claiming victory for Israel and displaying true leadership. Saul, eaten away by envy and jealousy and driven by hate, begins to pursue David in fear of losing his throne. Although David could have easily taken his life twice, he respected his king in a Godly manner. In the end, Saul tragically takes his own life while losing on the battlefield. Full Playlist:

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  • 1 Samuel 14 - Jon Courson

    1:10:40

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  • The Book of Samuel: Lesson 3 - King David

    2:4:08

    Follows David's kingship from his earlier years to his death and reveals the ongoing blessings offered to Israel through the righteous rule of David's house.

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  • King David - From Sinner To Saint - Bible Study - Books of Samuel - Seeking Wisdom Week 14

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    King David From Sinner To Saint - Bible Study - The Books of Samuel - Seeking wisdom week 14
    Seeking wisdom week 14 review the contents of two historical books in the Bible, the first and second book of Samuel. These two books are named Prophet Samuel, he is a judge, a priest and God's prophet, he lived at the end of the the Judges and started the monarchy, starting with King Saul and King David. Saul was anointed to be king of Israel, but because he disobeyed God, God's good spirit left him and came to David. Saul had great merit in his early years as king, but the monarchy only truly prospered during the reign of David. David was king for 40 years, with glorious victories and expanding his borders, building a mighty nation and army. He chose Jerusalem as the capital, the center of religion and politics, and it has become an important temple to this day. However, the reign of David also had tragedies and crises. He committed adultery with Bathsheba and killed Uriah, her husband. Through the words of the prophet Nathan, David repented and was forgiven by God. The Lord promised him that his reign would last forever and that promise was fulfilled in Jesus Christ, King of Messiah, whom God promised to free mankind from sin and death. He will come from the descendants of David, his journey from a sinner to the king of David, from a shepherd to a great patriarch and exemplary monarch of Israel. And Solomon, the son of David and Bathsheba, the wisest king of human history will continue David's career, which we will learn in the Video next week.
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  • 1 Samuel 1: The Birth and Dedication of Samuel | Bible Stories

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    There was a certain man from Ramathaim, a Zuphite[a] from the hill country of Ephraim, whose name was Elkanah son of Jeroham, the son of Elihu, the son of Tohu, the son of Zuph, an Ephraimite. He had two wives; one was called Hannah and the other Peninnah. Peninnah had children, but Hannah had none.

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