Jon: Imagine if you are in a challenge to the death. Bradon: Oh, like an old western movie where the two guys have a gun duel. Jon: No, more like a prayer duel to the death! Bradon: That sounds crazy. Jon: That is exactly what happened in the upcoming story! Stay tuned!
Jon: You are listening to the discussion episode for the story Live a Life of Honour.
Bradon: After living a life disobedient to God’s direction, Saul finds himself on the battlefield with his Sons. Much of the Israelite army had fled, abandoning Saul. And Saul was alone without God’s help because he refused to obey God throughout his life. During the fight, Saul and his three sons die. It was sad and quite gruesome.
Bradon: You are listening to the discussion questions for the episode “do not be selfish in what the Lord has given you”
Jon: David and his men had everything taken from them – all of their belongings and their families were captured. He and his men set out to retrieve these things. They demolished the Amalekites and brought home their belongings and families, although when David suggested they share the victory and plunder with some of the men that had stayed behind due to exhaustion, some of the evil-spirited men got very angry! David encouraged the men that the Lord was the one who provided these things and it was necessary to share them amongst all those who helped.
Jon: You are listening to the discussion episode for the story, “Choose Your Friends Wisely.”
Bradon: Today we saw God be silent to King Saul and refuse to help. Not even speaking with Samuel through a medium helped. Samuel just confirmed that God was now Saul’s enemy.
Jon: We also see David and King Achish become friends. David was not honest with King Achish which nearly cost him a lot when King Achish and the rest of the Philistine Kings went to war against Saul and the Israelites.
Bradon: We learned that it is super important to choose your friends wisely.
Jon: You are listening to the discussion questions for the Episode titled, There is a God.
Bradon: A nine-foot-tall Philistine warrior, Goliath, was challenging the Israelite army. When David heard about this he accepted the challenge to fight Goliath. He slung a stone at Goliath and then cut off his head with Goliath’s own sword. David predicted that God would give him the victory and that the whole world would know that there is a God in Israel.