1 Samuel 18:1-30 As soon as he had finished speaking to Saul, the soul of Jonathan was knit to the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul...
1 Samuel 18
1 Samuel 18think about it.
What is Jonathan's response to David? What causes this new conflict between Saul and David (18:6-16)? What is the key to David's victories (18:12-13, 28-30)? What do you believe is necessary to your success?
David's difficulties with Saul begin today in 1 Samuel 18:1-30. People begin recognizing and praising David for his military successes and Saul can't handle it. He gets angry and jealous. But instead of dealing with his jealousy, Saul allows it to overtake him. And as time goes on, Saul's thinking and actions become more and more clouded.
So how do we guard against letting jealousy slip in and distort our judgment? What can we do if we're caught up with jealousy to put it aside and get back on the right track? Tami W.
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