|Monday:||The Lord's Anointed|
|Story Passages:||1st Samuel 24, 1st Samuel 26, 2nd Samuel 1:1-16|
|Other Passages:||2nd Timothy 2:3-5, 1st Samuel 10:1, 1st Samuel 16, 1st Samuel 8-9|
|Memory Verse:||1st John 2:3|
- Why do athletic competitions have to have rules?
- Why can't a soldier go wherever he wants, whenever he wants?
- Why didn't David want any of his men to kill Saul?
- Why was Saul ashamed when he found out that David could have killed him and didn't?
- Usually the next king is one of the king's sons. Why did Samuel anoint David to be the next king, instead of Jonathan or one of Saul's other sons?
- David had several older brothers. Why did Samuel pass them over and anoint David, the youngest, instead?
- Why did Samuel anoint Saul to be king in the first place?
- How can you make Jesus the Lord and master of your life, as David did in his life?
If you need hints to answer some of the questions, look up the listed scripture passages.