Wait for the Lord;
Be strong and let your heart take courage;
Yes, wait for the Lord.
- Psalm 27:14 (NASB)
Join us as we continue our study through the book of 1st Samuel 13
When Samuel confronts Saul for his bad decision, Saul places the blame on others when he was the only one to blame. If someone came to you and corrected you for making a bad decision, how would you react?
Samuel was a prophet and Saul was the king. When Samuel corrected Saul, was he being disrespectful to an authority? Why or why not?
Saul made many mistakes in this section but what do you think? If Saul repented and decided to walk in the will of the Lord, do you think God would have forgiven him? What does that mean for us when we make many mistakes?