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1 & 2 Samuel: The Life of David Men's Reading Guide


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The books of 1 & 2 Samuel include the stories of Samuel, Saul, and David—three broken heroes used by God to establish a kingdom for His people. Samuel was the revered last judge, Saul was the impressive first king of Israel, and David was the ultimate poet-warrior, who composed much of the Psalms and triumphed over tens of thousands to defend his people.

But beyond the page-turning adventure of kings and battles and political gamesmanship, these books tell the story of a greater King. David’s heroic defeat of Goliath, the epic victories of his band of mighty men, and an ordinary man made into a king all point to one truth: our God reigns.

Join us for this 5-week study of 1 & 2 Samuel: The Life of David.

The Lᴏʀᴅ declares to you: The Lᴏʀᴅ himself will make a house for you. -2 Samuel 7:11

- 35 Days (5 Weeks) of Curated Scripture Readings

- Space for Personal Reflection and Notes to Encourage Deeper Interaction with Truth
- Weekly Discussion and Reflection Questions, Perfect for Individual or Group Study
- An Introduction to 1 & 2 Samuel and Helpful Outlines of Both Books
- A Detailed Map of Saul’s Campaign against the Philistines
- A Map of David’s Kingdom and Battles
- Always Singing: A Chart of Psalms Written by David during the Events Recorded in 1 & 2 Samuel
- An In-Depth Character List of the Books’ Key Players
- A Map of the Ark’s Movement from City to City
- 6x9.5", Perfect Bound, 200 Pages
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