What is the worst thing that could ever happen to us? David, the man after God's own heart, was in a nerve racking place, trapped among the Philistine armies and there was no human way out of his predicament. Before the writer will tell us how God delivered David, he interrupts his story to take us into the near future to show us King Saul in a far worse situation. Saul described in his own words. "God has departed from me and does not answer me anymore." As we enter the story in 1 Samuel 28:3-25 we find Saul beside himself in desperation.
I. The Important Setting of the Scene (v.1-6)
II. Saul and the Witch of En-Dor (v.7-14)
III. Samuel's Word for Saul (v. 15-19)
Dr. Don has thirty five years of Pastoral experience. He planted churches with Galilean Baptist Mission for twelve years (3 churches) and served as Senior Pastor in three other churches. He is currently the Senior Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church of Lansing, Michigan. He studied...