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Last month we looked at how the apostle John approached being a disciple of Jesus Christ. In June we are going to do another character study over of the prophet Samuel. Called by God at an early age, Samuel was judge over Israel for most of his life until Israel asked for a king. This was a difficult rejection for Samuel. Not only did he have to select his replacement, Saul, to be king, Samuel also watched Saul and Israel turn away from the path he had led them on. In June we will look at Samuel’s response to rejection and appeared failure continued his growth as a disciple of God.

June 6th: “I’m voted out?!?”- when you are rejected

Mark 3:20-35 and 1 Samuel 8:1-20

June 13th: “Where were you!”- when others let you down

Mark 4:26-34 and 1 Samuel 10:9-26

June 20th: “Here is my legacy, please don’t break it!”- when others finish your work

Mark 4:35-41 and 1 Samuel 12:14-25

June 27th: “It was all for nothing”- when we experience failure

Mark 5:21-43 and 1 Samuel 15:34 - 16:13