Old Testament Lesson 23: “The Lord Be Between Thee and Me For Ever”

D699049D-E5C0-48EC-BBB6-36D080E6F2C7Purpose
To encourage class members to be true to their friends, as Jonathan and David were, and avoid being consumed by jealousy and hatred, as Saul was.

Scriptures
1 Samuel 18-20; 23-24


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Videos

Video 1 – Length: 2 minutes 46 seconds
A short whiteboard animation illustrating how David was called by Samuel to be King. Explains David versus Goliath. The rise of respect for David from the people and King Saul’s hatred towards him. How David could not bring himself to kill Saul, their peace treaty, and Saul attempting to kill David again. After Saul’s self inflicted death, David becomes King and plans to build a temple.
Video © 2012 by Daniel Trent

 

Video 2 – Length: 1 minute 48 seconds
My edited excerpts from Elder Jeffrey R Holland’s April 2012 talk “The Laborers in the Vineyard”.
Video © 2012 by Intellectual Reserve Inc.

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