This series of messages is a verse by verse exposition of the book of 1st & 2nd Samuel by Jess Whetsel, a pastor at Kootenai Community Church. For more sermon series and verse-by-verse expository preaching, please visit https://kootenaichurch.org and click on the KCC Audio Archive.
Israel Prepares For Battle (1 Samuel 13:13-23)
The Philistines position themselves for battle against Israel. Many of Saul's soldiers have deserted, leaving him with minimal forces. An exposition of 1 Samuel 13:13-23.
Saul Wages War Against the Philistines (1 Samuel 13:1-12)
Johnathan conquers the Philistine garrison in Geba. The Israelites are outnumbered and Saul violates God's Law by offering a burnt offering in Samuel's absence. An exposition of 1 Samuel 13:1-12.
Samuel’s Final Address To the Israelites (1 Samuel 12:19-25)
Samuel gives the Israelites encouragement not to fear following their repentance. He then exhorts the people to continue to serve God in obedience and concludes his exhortation with a clear admonition of the consequences of disobedience. An exposition of 1 Samuel 12:19-25.
Israel’s Call To Repentance (1 Samuel 12:12-18)
Samuel admonished the Israelites for their turning away from their true King and demanding a human king to lead and protect them. An exposition of 1 Samuel 12:12-18.
Samuel’s Exhortation to Israel (1 Samuel 12:1-11)
Samuel defends his role as Judge and Prophet over Israel and rebukes the Israelites. An exposition of 1 Samuel 12: 1-11.
Deliverance in Israel (1 Samuel 11:1-15)
The Ammonites led by King Nahash besieged Jabesh-gilead & sought to make threatening the people and demanded that they mutilate themselves to bring shame upon Israel. The Spirit of God came upon King Saul to bring all Israel together to defeat their enemies. An exposition of 1 Samuel 11:1-15.