By John Mittelstaedt,Northwestern Publishing House
Samuel's mom, Hannah, devoted her younger son to the paintings of the Lord. Samuel grew as much as turn into certainly one of Israel's nice prophets and led God's humans via turbulent instances. the 2 books of Samuel inform the tale of this nice chief who anointed the 1st kings of Israel, Saul and David.
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1, 2 Samuel (The People's Bible) by John Mittelstaedt,Northwestern Publishing House