If you haven’t finished number two in the study this month, work on it on your own a bit and then compare notes with me. You’ll want to use this chart when you watch the podcast. I hope you are loving the shadows.
Born to a Common Family
|I Samuel 16:1—son of Jesse
|Mt. 13:55, Mk.6:3—is not this the carpenter’s son?
|17:58—son of servant of the king
|Luke 3:23—being, as was supposed, the son of Joseph, the carpenter…
|18:18—who am I?
|John 6:42—How can he say he came from heaven, when he is the son of Joseph?
|I Chron. 17:16—who am I, Lord, that you brought me here?
|I Sam. 16:1
|Luke 2:4; 2:11
|I Sam. 16:11
|John 10:14—I am the good shepherd.
|I Pet. 2:24,25—the One who bore sins is Shepherd of our souls.
|I Pet. 5:4—when Chief Shepherd shall appear.
|I Sam. 16:3-6
|Acts 10:38—anointed with Holy Spirit (Mt. 3:16,17)
|16:13—Spirit came on
Life in Jeopardy for Sheep
|I Sam. 17:34,35
|John 10:11—the good Shepherd lays down His life for sheep.
|Heb. 13:20—Jesus Christ, that great Shepherd of the sheep through blood.
On Throne of David
|I Sam. 24:17—King over Israel
|Acts 2:30,31—God had sworn He would raise up Christ to sit on throne of David.
|II Samuel 7:12,13, Psalm 132:11,12—David’s throne forever
|II Sam. 7:12,13, Psalm 132:11,12—Throne of His kingdom forever
|Luke 1:32—God will give Jesus the throne of David.
|I Samuel 16:18—valor
|I Cor. 15:25-26; Acts 2:34,35—all enemies under footstool
|Psa. 8:6, Heb. 2:8—all things under His feet
|Mt. 28:18—all authority given Him
|30—defeat of Amelekites
Man of Prayer
|I Sam. 23:2,4; —inquired of the Lord (“David Inquired of the Lord”- those words 11 times)
|Mt. 9:37-39; Luke 10:2—prayer for laborers
|23:10-12—O Lord God Of Israel…
|Mt.11:25-27- prayer of gratitude
|30:8—Amelekites took captives, David inquired
|Mt.14:23—prayer on mountain
|Psalm 51, multiple Psalms are prayers of David
|Mt. 26:26,36; Mk. 14:32-42; Luke 22:39-46—prayer in Gethsemane
|Mt. 27:46,50; Luke 23:34,46—prayer at Calvary
|Mk. 1:35; Mk 6:41,46; Luke 5:16—prayer alone
|Luke 6:12—prayer all night
|Luke 6:12,13,20,28—prayer for enemies
|Luke 9:28,29—prayer at transfiguration
|Luke 22: 31,32—prayer for Peter
|Luke 24:30—prayer at table
|John 14:16—prayer for Comforter
|John 11:40-42—prayer for confirmation
|John 12:27,28—prayer when conflicted
|John 17—prayer for unity of believers
King of the Jews
|I Chron. 14:2
|II Samuel 22:51
|Luke 1:33—reign over Israel
|The entire Davidic account confirmed by secular history
Praised by the Jews
|I Sam. 18:7—women sang praise
|Luke 19:28-40—triumphal entry
|Mt. 4:25—great multitudes followed
Salvation Wrought through Him
|I Sam. 19:5—great salvation wrought
|Acts 4:12—no other name
|Acts 10:43—though his name, remission of sins
|Heb. 5:9—author of eternal salvation
|Heb. 2:3—if we neglect so great salvation
|Luke 2:11—in the city of David, a Savior
Enemies Wanted to Kill HIm/Object of Conspiracy
|I Sam. 18:9— Saul eyed
|Is. 49:7—despised, nations abhorred
|18:11—tried to kill
|John 11:56,57—conspiracy to kill
|18:21— Saul gave Michal as a snare
|Rev. 12:10—Jesus had accuser
|18:25—Saul sent him to kill Philistines in hopes of their killing him
|Matthew 26, 27—conspiracy of Calvary
|19:1—told Jonathan and servants to kill David
|19:8-10—Saul tried to pierce with Javelin
|19:8-17—David rescued from murder by Michal
|20—Jonathan saves David
|23:8—Saul declares war on David
|23:15—Saul wanted to kill
|23;25—pursued to kill
Man of Compassion
|Psalm 22:2—People with problems came to him
|Psa. 122:4 —a light in darkness; full of compassion
|I Sam. 25—kindness to Abigail
|Mt. 9:36; Mk. 6:34—because they fainted and were as sheep with no shepherd.
|II Sam. 9—Mephibosheth, son of Jonathan
|Mt. 14:14—compassion on multitude
|Mt. 15:32; 8:2—compassion on hungry
|Mk. 20:34—on blind men
|Mk. 1:41—on leper
|Mk. 5:19—on demonic man
|Luke 7:13—widow of Nain
|Mt. 23:37—I would have gathered you as a hen gathers her chickens, and you would not
|John 11:35—wept at Lazarus’tomb
|I Sam. 25:20—Saul said David would be established
|Is. 9:6—governement on His shoulders
|I Kings 2:45—throne will last forever
|9:7—government shall not end
|22:1—commit government into His hand
|I Sam. 24:6-10— cut robe of Saul, when he could have assassinated.
|Mt. 23:37—Jerusalem stoned the prophets, yet he loved
|25:17—rewarded Him good for evil
|Luke 23:34—from the cross
|Mt. 5:44; Lk. 6:27; Luke 6:35—taught it