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Rejection of Saul as king of Israel

Stephen Yonick

Rejection of Saul as king of Israel

according to 1 Sm 15 : stylistic study in theology

by Stephen Yonick

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Published by Franciscan Printing Press in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saul, -- King of Israel.,
  • Samuel -- (Biblical judge),
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Samuel, 1st, XV -- Theology.,
  • Excommunication (Jewish law)

  • Edition Notes

    English translation of extract from Latin thesis done at the Jerusalem Franciscan Biblical Institute.

    Statementby Stephen, Yonick.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68p. ;
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19120717M

      Thus, it became Samuel’s task to anoint a king from among the people. Saul was secretly anointed the first king of all the tribes of Israel (1 Samuel ) before being publicly selected by lot (1 Samuel –24). Saul’s reign over Israel started peacefully .   WHY DID GOD GIVE ISRAEL KING SAUL IF SAUL WAS EVIL? by Shawn Brasseaux. As they had done centuries earlier (the book of Judges, for example), Israel went and worshipped pagan gods. They did not submit to the one true God. They preferred idols of wood and stone. God was not surprised that Israel now wanted a king.

    There are numerous parallels, repetitions, and discrepancies within the books of Samuel. Different accounts are given of the origin of the monarchy (1 Samuel – and 1 Samuel 8; –27); there are two accounts of the rejection of Saul as king (1 Samuel –14 and 1 Samuel –31) and two more of David’s introduction to Saul (1 Samuel 16 and 1 Samuel 17).   Due to the king’s failure, a new king will be chosen and God will have to begin again. This is the reason for the rejection of Saul and the selection of David as the new king, a topic to be explored in my next post. The Rejection of Saul. The First Rejection. There are two accounts of Saul’s rejection in the book of 1 Samuel.

    1 Samuel at a Glance. This book records the birth, dedication and ministry of Samuel (Israel’s great prophet), the failures of Eli (Israel’s High Priest), the selection, rejection and death of Saul, Israel’s first king and the first (of 3) anointings of David to later serve as Israel’s second king. reason for Saul’s rejection. On 1 Chr –14, see Amit, “Saul in the Book of Chronicles,” 7–8. 9 Cf. Bartal, Kingdom of Saul, 18–19; A. Demsky, “The Confrontation Between Samuel and Saul and the Question of the Juridical Authority of the King,” in Z. Talshir, S. .


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Rejection of Saul as king of Israel by Stephen Yonick Download PDF EPUB FB2

In I Samuel, we find that God rejected Saul from being king because he offered a burnt offering against God’s commandment (I Samuel). However, later we read that God rejected Saul from being king for not completely destroying the Amalekites (I Samuel).

Biblical account of his life. The account of Saul’s life comes from the Old Testament book of I son of Kish, a well-to-do member of the tribe of Benjamin, he was made king by the league of 12 Israelite tribes in a desperate effort to strengthen Hebrew resistance to the growing Philistine threat.

For roughly two centuries, Israel had existed as a loose confederation of tribes. Get this from a library. Rejection of Saul as king of Israel according to 1 Sm stylistic study in theology. [Stephen Yonick]. Read the Text: 1 Samuel 13 Army Gathered (–7) In last week’s lesson we studied the Israelites’ sin of asking a king for themselves.

We saw that their desire for a king was tantamount to a rejection of God (cf. 1 Sam. ; ). We noted that their request for a king was born out. King Saul had the look of a king, but it didn’t take long for him to show he didn’t have the heart of a king.

Shortly after his confirmation, Saul found himself staring down the Philistine army at Gilgal. The problem was that Samuel, God’s prophet, had promised to meet Saul. Saul’s rebellion leads to God’s rejection of him as king of Israel. GOD’S MESSAGE TO SAUL (1 Samuel [1] Samuel also said unto Saul, The LORD sent me to anoint thee to be king over his people, over Israel: now therefore hearken thou unto the voice of the words of the LORD.

1 Samuel New King James Version (NKJV) Saul Rejected as King. 10 Now the word of the Lord came to Samuel, saying, 11 “I greatly regret that I have set up Saul as king, for he has turned back from following Me, and has not performed My commandments.” And it grieved Samuel, and he cried out to the Lord all night.

12 So when Samuel rose early in the morning to meet Saul, it was told. Saul – The King who Failed Posted on Ap by Dr.

Steven R. Cook Saul had the outward appearance of what most people look for in a leader, for he was “a choice and handsome man, and there was not a more handsome person than he among the sons of Israel; from his shoulders and up he was taller than any of the people” (1 Sam ).

In 1 Samuelwe read that the leaders in Israel went to Samuel and demanded a king. This meant the people were rejecting God as their King. This made Samuel sad, but God told him to make Saul the king. These Israel Rejected God as Their King Bible activities are about this important event in Israel.

The process that selected Saul 1 Samuel Samuel had already appointed Saul to be Israel’s king (). However, that had happened in private, and nobody else knew about it yet. So the purpose of the process in 1 Samuel was not in fact to select the king.

It was to show publicly the king whom God had chosen. Saul keeps the king (Agag) and the best of the livestock alive.

Verse 12 tells us that after the battle, Saul sets up a monument to himself. His voice, his desires are king. 1 Samuel display so many poor leadership traits: Blame shifting, the fear of man, and a disconnect between his leadership and those he leads.

Saul, Israel’s first king, did in fact lead them in victory over Nahash (1 Samuel 11). Yet as Samuel says, Israel demanded a king “when Yahweh your God was your king” (1 Samuel ).

Instead of turning to the Lord, Israel traded Yahweh for an earthly king out of fear of the serpent. - David's rise to Kingship in Israel: - Saul looked like a king but proved to be a poor one because his heart did not follow the Lord faithfully.

Early in Saul's reign, God chose David to be Israel's next king. Saul became jealous of David's popularity and sought to kill him, and David spent several years as a. Because you have rejected the word of the Lord, He also has rejected you from being king.” 26 But Samuel said to Saul, “I will not return with you, for you have rejected the word of the Lord, and the Lord has rejected you from being king over Israel.” NKJV.

1 Samuel And Samuel went no more to see Saul until the day of his death. Samuel Gets the Message: Saul Will Be Israel’s King () 1 Now there was a man of Benjamin whose name was Kish the son of Abiel, the son of Zeror, the son of Becorath, the son of Aphiah, the son of a Benjamite, a mighty man of valor.

2 And he had a son whose name was Saul, a choice and handsome man, and there was not a more handsome person than he among the sons of Israel. King Saul's Fatal Mistake. Early in his career, Saul made a fatal mistake. He disobeyed God by failing to completely destroy the Amalekites and all their possessions, as God had commanded.

A key part of the conditional covenant between God and Israel was obedience. Saul, as God's anointed king, was responsible for keeping that command. These intervening chapters deal with the disastrous early years of Saul's reign as king.

Concentric arrangement abounds: Saul's rejection (chapters ) is depicted as a reversal of chapters A God chooses Saul as king (a) B People accept Saul as king (b) C Samuel acquiesces to Saul as king ().

Because of Saul’s rebellion and his rejection of the word of God, God rejects Saul as king (1 Samuel26). After pronouncing this, Samuel turns to leave. Saul holds onto the hem of Samuel’s robe — likely to catch it as it falls to the ground — and the robe tears. Either for jobs or colleges or people or loved ones or to get a book published or what-have-you.

But Saul faced the ultimate rejection: rejection by God. So much promise Saul had everything going for him. He was tall, handsome, and commanded attention.

He was chosen as the first king of Israel — and he didn’t even run for the office. Saul was jealous as the people rejoiced over David’s greater victory in battle. As king, Saul should have rejoiced in the success of their common mission, no matter whom God used to achieve it (1 Samuel –9).

We will be tempted to make the goal of leadership our own recognition and exaltation at all costs. Q. Why did God reject Saul as king for offering sacrifices, but not David or Solomon when they offered sacrifices? Saul was rejected as king not specifically because he offered sacrifices, but because he disobeyed a direct command that God had given him through the prophet Samuel.

Samuel had told Saul, “Go down ahead of me to Gilgal.Saul was anointed by God to be king over all of Israel.

But he was of a disobedient mind. When Samuel, the prophet and priest of God, told Saul to wait for him for a sacrifice, Saul waited seven days and then took it upon himself to offer the sacrifice (1 Samuel ).And it grieved Samuel--"Many grave thoughts seem to have presented themselves at once to Samuel, and to have disturbed his mind when he reflected on the dishonour which would be inflicted upon the name of God, and the occasion which the rejection and deposition of Saul would furnish to wicked men for blaspheming the invisible King of Israel.