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(2a) When Samuel was old,

he made

his sons Judges over Israel.

The

first-born was Joel and the

second

Abiah. They were Judges in

Beersheba. But Samuel sons

walked

not in his ways. They turned

aside after gains,took bribes

and

perverted Judgement. Due

to this

maladministration, all the

elders of

Israel went together to meet

samuel

in Ramala to complain.

The complaints centered on

the perverted activities of

his sons. The

people then demanded for a

king to

judge them like other

nations. The

subject displeased Samuel

when the

people said, "give us a king

to judge

us". and Samuel cried to the

Lord in prayer. The lord

answered Samuel

to listen to the voice of

people in all

that they say, for they have

not

rejected Samuel but

rejected him,

God,that he should reign

over them.

(2b)

(i) He was rejected by God

to rule over Israel, his

people.

(ii) He was troubled by evil

spirits (iii) He desired comfort

from where he ought not to

i.e the witch at Endor

(iv) He lost his at the battle

on mount Gilboa together

with his children.

(9a)

Peter exhorts christians to

be good

citizens. Christians were

urged to be

live in accordance with

hope. To

encourage them to remain

faithful,he presented Jesus

as one who had suffered and

triumphed.

He asked the christians to

continue

in their faith and allow this

to be

manifested in their personal

living.

Peter demanded that

christians

should not live a debased

life like the rest of the

people. They were

expected to live as if they

were

'foreigners' in the world.

Peter set out the duties of

christians

towards earthly

authorities,they

were to respect the civil

authority and obey the law

of the land. They

were to live as servants of

God. They

were to honour all men,love

brotherhood, fear God and

honour

the Emperor.

(9b)

-To enable the citizen to live

and

abide in harmony

-To enable the Christians to

obey

and abide by the law of the

land

-To enable citizens to

participate in civic

responsibilities

(8a)

Prayer is the means of

communicating with God,

not

necessarily in times of need

but all

times. There are various

kinds of

prayers. James wrote to the

Christians in

dispersion and encourage

them to

remain steadfast in their

faith in site

of the various trials they

were

undergoing.

He encouraged them to pray

to God all the time so that

they could

perfect and complete,

lacking

nothing "if any lacks wisdom

let him

ask God who gives

generously but

such one should ask in faith

without

doubting "

(8b)

-sin

-wrong asking in prayer

-unfaithfulness

(6a)

Jesus demand from the

prospective disciples he

encountered centered on

the principles and tenets of

faith required as

qualification.

Firstly, the prospective

disciples were to exercise

absolute faith in God,

making the focus of such

faith in him.

Secondly, the prospective

disciples must be willing to

sacrifice all entailing total

commitment to the work of

the kingdom. name should

love his own life more than

the work of God.

[6a continues]

Thirdly, the prospective

disciples must be willing to

propagate the good news i.e

message of the kingdom to

other for their salvation.

Fourthly, prospective

disciples should expect

persecution and tribulation

in the work.

(6b)

(i) A true disciple of Jesus

must exhibit love to others

irrespective of their races

(ii) Prayer for others and the

nation i.e Intercession

(iii) Exhibit the work of

evangelism i.e preaching the

gospel of the kingdom to

others.

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