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with Jacques Isaac Gabizon
The Book of 1 Samuel, Part 9 & 10 Tuesday, February 23, 2021
When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. It is about the way God painstakingly prepared our salvation from the very beginning, despite so many hurdles and rebellions. The story of Samuel tells us how God took one woman, Hannah, and miraculously touched her so that she gave birth to a son.  That son Samuel, coming from a priestly line would in turn anoint David who began the lineage of the kings of Judah until the last King of Judah, Yeshua the Messiah. And what a great theme we find in the Book of Samuel; God’s sovereignty despite a world of confusion. Welcome to Messianic Viewpoint and to our series on 1Samuel with Messianic leader, Jacques Isaac Gabizon. Be blessed as you listen in and shalom.

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