Yoel ben Shlomo – Light of the Prophets – 1 Samuel 12:1-25


Is today not the wheat harvest? I will call to the Lord, and He will send thunder and rain, that you may perceive and see that your wickedness is great, which you have done in the sight of the Lord, in asking a king for yourselves. – 1 Samuel 12:17

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  1. Jeremy says

    Be it as late into the month as it is, I’ve finally been able to slow down and actually listen to this particular program of “Light Of the Prophets” and I must say, gentlemen, Yehovah is truly using the both of you to shed light and understanding on His word. Thank you for your diligence in staying the course and continuing to get the truth of our Father’s word into the homes of folks all across the globe.

    One prominent part of the program that stood out, in my personal opinion, was when you guys touched on the fact that Yehovah never gave up His position of being King over Israel when He allowed Saul to step into the role of fulfilling the people’s desire. And in mentioning that, it is so vitally important for the people of God to remember that everyone who is in a leadership position is simply there as a representative of God and that we need to honor them to the extent that they honor the One who has allowed them the privilege of being in that role. Yet, at the same time, it is pertinent for us to always remember that we are accountable only to God for our relationship with Him and we are responsible to cultivate that relationship on a daily basis–both on an individual level and a communal level–because Yehovah is ultimately the One who is in control and truly the One who is our Savior and King. It is so vitally important for us to stop looking to man to fulfill that which only Yehovah is able to accomplish.

    What an amazing God we serve, that He would know us so intimately to remind us, through His word, who really in in charge of every aspect of life. Hallelu-YAH!

  2. Kimberly Callahan says

    Any thoughts on why the first king was not from the tribe of Judah? I thought it might have been discussed last week when he was anointed at “leader” rather than king. Do you think that is significant?

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