1 Samuel 81 By occasion of the ill government of Samuel's sons, the Israelites ask a king.6 Samuel praying in grief, is comforted by God.10 He tells the manner of a king.19 God wills Samuel to yield unto the importunity of the people. A.M. 2892. B.C. 1112. An. Ex. Is. 379. made his.De 16:18,19; Jud 8:22,23; 2Ch 19:5,6; Ne 7:2; 1Ti 5:21sons judges.Jud 5:10; 10:4; 12:14 Joel.1Ch 6:28,38Vashni. his sons.2Sa 15:4; 1Ki 12:6-11; 2Ki 21:1-3; Ec 2:19; Jer 22:15-17but turned.Ex 18:21; De 16:19; Ps 15:5; 26:10; Isa 33:15; 1Ti 3:3; 6:10 the elders.Ex 3:16; 24:1; 2Sa 5:3 now make.6-8,19,20; 12:17; Nu 23:9; De 17:14,15; Ho 13:10,11; Ac 13:21 displeased. Heb. was evil in the eyes of.12:17prayed.15:11; Ex 32:21,32; Nu 16:15,22,46; Ezr 9:3-5; Ps 109:4Lu 6:11,12; Php 4:6; Jas 1:5 Hearken.Nu 22:20; Ps 81:11,12; Isa 66:4; Ho 13:10,11they have not.10:19; 12:17-19; Ex 16:8; Mt 10:24,25,40; Lu 10:16; 19:14,27Joh 13:16; 15:20,21 Ex 14:11,12; 16:3; 17:2; 32:1; Nu 14:2-4; 16:2,3,41; De 9:24Jud 2:2,3,20; 4:1; 6:1; 13:1; Ps 78:56-59; 106:14-21,34-40Ac 7:51-53 hearken unto. or, obey. howbeit, etc. or, notwithstandingwhen thou hast solemnly protested against them, then thou shalt shew, etc. Eze 3:18the manner.11-18; 2:13; 10:25; 14:52; Eze 45:7,8; 46:18 10 This will.10:25; De 17:14-20He will take.14:52; 1Ki 9:22,23; 10:26; 12:4,10; 2Ch 26:10-15run.2Sa 15:1; 1Ki 1:5; 18:46 appoint.1Ch 27:1-22and will set.1Ki 4:7,22,23,27,28; 2Ch 32:28,29 13 22:7; 1Ki 21:7,19; Eze 46:18 officers. Heb. eunuchs.Ge 37:36; Isa 39:7; Da 1:3,7-10,18 16 17 cry out.Isa 8:21and the Lord."Hitherto," says Puffendorf, "the people of Israel had lived under governors raised up by God, who had exacted no tribute of them, nor put them to any charge; but little content with this form of government, they desire to have a king like other nations, who should live in magnificence and pomp, keep armies, and be able to resist any invasion. Samuel informs them what it was they desired; that, when they understood it, they might consider whether they would persist in their choice. If they would have a king splendidly attended, he tells them that he would take their sons for his chariots, etc.: if they would have him keep up constant forces, then he would appoint them for colonels and captains, and employ those in his wars who were accustomed to follow their family business; and since, after the manner of other kings, he must keep a stately court, they must be content that their daughters should serve in several offices, which the king would think below the dignity of his wives and daughters. (ver. 13.) In one word, that, to sustain his dignity, their king would exact the tenth of all they possessed, and be maintained in a royal manner out of their estates." will not hear.Job 27:9; Ps 18:41; Pr 1:25-28; 21:13; Isa 1:15; Mic 3:4; Lu 13:25 refused to obey.Ps 81:11; Jer 7:13; 44:16; Eze 33:31 5; Ex 33:16; Le 20:24-26; Nu 23:9; De 7:6; Ps 106:35; Joh 15:19Ro 12:12; 2Co 6:17; Php 3:20; 1Pe 2:9 he rehearsed.Jud 11:11 7; Ho 13:11
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