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On Monday the 9th of May we read about a man who was touched by God in such a way that his heart was changed and he prophesied with the prophets in the power of God’s Spirit. Saul started out as a humble servant of the Lord amazed that he had been chosen to serve. Today we read of his death, as well as the death of his three sons. Saul did not finish well. A Bible scholar/teacher by the name of Warren Wiersbe points out several things that we can learn from the story of Saul:

1. Great sins often begin as “little matters” – impatience, incomplete obedience, excuse making

2. Once sin gets a hold of people they go from bad to worse

3. If we are not right with God we will not get along with God’s people

4. Excuses are no substitute for confession

5. Natural gifts and abilities mean nothing without the power of God

6. There is no substitute for obedience

Suggested Readings To Read Through The Bible In A Year

Fri.     May 20, 2011   1 Samuel 30-31, Psalm 116, Prov. 20, Acts 23

Sat.    May 21, 2011   2 Samuel 1-2, Psalm 117, Prov. 21, Acts 24

Sun.   May 22, 2011   2 Sam. 3-4, Psalm 118:1-14, Prov.22, Acts 25-26

Mon.  May 23, 2011   2 Sam. 5-6, Psalm 118:15-29, Prov. 23, Acts 27

Tues.  May 24, 2011   2 Sam. 7-9, Psalm 119:1-16, Prov. 24, Acts 28

Wed.  May 25, 2011   2 Sam. 10-11, Psalm 119:17-32, Pro. 25, Col. 1-2

Thurs. May 26, 2011   2 Sam. 12-13, Psalm 119:33-38, Pro. 26, Col. 3-4


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