Today I am going to share with you one of my favorite Old Testament verses. It is in Psalm 139. The whole Psalm is incredible, and you should read the whole thing. However, today I am going to focus on verse 16.
Yesterday I began to talk about one of the most difficult realities in the Bible. And, today, I hope to finish that up. We were focusing on the job that King Saul was asked to do in 1 Samuel 15:1-3. Many people are offended and upset at verses like these. And, I understand why they are. I’m upset by them as well. Today, I will finish up, and I hope it helps you.
Yesterday we looked at the disappointment over King Saul in 1 Samuel. Today, we are doing to look at one of the specific examples of why King Saul was a disappointment. But, we are not going to focus on him. We are going to focus on the job he was asked to do
Yesterday we looked at 1 Samuel 8 where Israel is demanding a king in rejection of God’s leadership through Samuel. Israel gets a king, and in the next few chapters we see how that king performs, and it is a disappointment.