Posts Tagged: Saul

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In the Midst of Your Enemies: Exposition and Application of 1 Samuel
Feb 18, 2014
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Good news: my commentary on 1 Samuel (410 pp) is finally available. You can purchase copies here, in hardback or PDF eBook. Kindle will be available soon. You may also see the table of contents below and access each sermon for free online. *** Preface Preachers are always looking for preaching materials and helps, as they […]
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“The asses are found” (1 Samuel 9–10)
May 9, 2013
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We are by now familiar with the list of tyrannies that the new King would impose upon the people (1 Sam. 8): conscription for military service and civil service, a military-industrial complex, taxation, confiscation of property, slavery, etc. What we learn from the following two chapters is the defective type of man who is right […]
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A Command Presence, or, On Looking Presidential
Mar 15, 2012
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We are by now familiar with the list of tyrannies that God said Israel’s desired King would impose upon them (1 Sam. 8): conscription for military service and civil service, a military-industrial complex, high taxation, confiscation of property, slavery, etc. (See my previous discussions here and here.) What we learn from the following two chapters […]
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Discerning the Times . . . and the Wars (An Open Letter to a Friend)
Jan 4, 2012
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Dear H., War, war propaganda, foreign policy, peace, military invasions – these are important issues. Important enough to re-appear with every election campaign. We have economic recession at home, we have our liberties destroyed right in front of our eyes, we have the very laws the politicians have vowed to obey trampled in front of […]