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I Samuel 8:4-22

I Samuel 9:1-14

I Samuel 9:15-26

I Samuel 10:1-9

I Samuel 10:22-24

I Samuel 12:1,13-25

Long Live the King

March 9-March 15, 2014

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Review the central truth, the memory verse, prayer and confessions, and read the Bible Story with scripture references indicated under the power outlets. As this is done each day, let your child color in or put a sticker on the power outlet located on the back of the devotional. At the end of the week please sign as proof of completion and return to the teacher. Children who complete 3 weeks Power Cords in a month will have their picture posted in the foyer of Power Source and their name in the newsletter.

God exalted Saul because He was a humble man.

Matthew 23:12b, He that humbles himself shall be exalted.

Father God, Thank you for loving me and taking care of me. Bless my church, Pastor Ron, and his family. Bless my teachers for teaching me Your Word. I believe your love is flowing through me to other people. Help me to obey my parents so things will go well with me and I will live a long life on the earth. I will tell how great you are and how much I love you. I thank You that by Jesus stripes I am healed. In Jesus' name, Amen

God honors me because I honor Him. He lightly esteems those that despise Him. I Samuel 2:30b In all my ways I will acknowledge Him and He will direct my paths. Proverbs 3:6 Satan will not outsmart me. For, I am very familiar with his evil schemes. II Corinthians 2:11

When God needs leaders He looks for those who are respectful and obedient. God wanted to lead the nation of Israel with anointed judges and prophets who would be faithful to deliver His messages to them. But when saw that the people were determined to have a king like other nations around them, He told Samuel to crown Saul as their king to lead them. Saul was a humble man who obeyed Gods laws. Though he was tall and strong, he knew he needed the wisdom of God to lead the people. As their king, he pointed them to the Lord, always reminding them of the importance of doing things Gods way. The first years of King Sauls reign were good for Israel. They had many victories because of the attitude of their leaders heart toward God. When we acknowledge God as the strength of our lives, He will put us in places where we can do much good for people around