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I Samuel 15:1-9

I Samuel 15:10-11

I Samuel 15:12-23 I Samuel 15:24-29,34-35


Hebrews 11:23-27 Genesis 49:22-26


Acts 4:8-11
John 3:16

King of Kings
July 16-July 22

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Tier #1: Complete 8 out of 12 Power Cords in 1st quarter
Connectors are invited to a Rewards Party during the beginning of regular service.
No amount of sacrifice can take the place of obedience.

Tier #2: Complete Tier #1 + complete 8 out of 12 Power Cords in the 2nd quarter
Connectors attend the Rewards Party and receive a Wordless Book gift bag.

Tier #3: Complete Tier #1, #2, + complete 8 out of 12 Power Cords in the 3rd quarter
Connectors attend the Rewards Party and receive a T-shirt.
I Samuel 15:22, To obey is better than sacrifice.
Tier #4: Complete Tiers #1, #2, #3, + complete 8 out of 12 Power Cords in the 4th quarter
Connectors attend the Rewards Party and receive a Bible

**Children are notified one-week prior of the Rewards Party invitation by receiving a Golden
Ticket.

Father God, Saul was chosen by God to be king because of his humble spirit. Even though
Thank you for loving me and taking care of me. Bless my church, Pastor Ron and his people told him he was great, Saul knew he needed Gods leading so he listened
family. Bless my teachers for teaching me Your Word. I believe your love is flowing and obeyed God. After a while though Saul was no longer willing to do things
through me to other people. Help me to obey my parents so things will go well with Gods way. Doing things Gods way did not always please Sauls friends and
me and I will live a long life on the earth. I will tell how great You are and how much I
when that happened Saul had to choose between doing what made the people
love You. I thank You that by Jesus stripes I am healed in my body and my soul.
happy or doing what pleased God. Too many times Saul chose to please the
In Jesus name, people instead of obeying God. There are times when leaders can please both
Amen God and man with their decisions, but there will be times when leaders have to
make that hard choice that others dont like or agree with. Saul was not willing
to submit to Gods will when it meant that he would be rejected by men.

God sent the prophet Samuel to warn Saul about his prideful and rebellious
I will do what pleases God. attitude, but Saul continued to do things his way instead of obeying God. He
thought he would get away with the disobedience as long as he offered a
I Samuel 15:22
sacrifice.

I am humble and obey Gods laws. This is like some Christians who think they will get away with sin as long as
Matthew 23:12b they come to church and give in the offering. Sauls wrong attitude was enough
for God to reject him and his sons as the royal house of Israel. Whenever we
I turn to God and repent of my sins with mercy and compassion. care more about what people will think of us than doing things Gods way we
Luke 15:18 are giving our love to people instead of to God. Like Saul, when we lose
respect for the things of God we lose His blessings. God wants our obedience
more than our sacrifices.