Includes cross references, discussion questions, teaching points, outline, and applications on 1 Samuel 23-24. Verses 6-14. It is certain that a witch or other medium cannot by any means available to her bring up a prophet from the world of spirits. David"s escape from Keilah23:6-14. 1 Samuel 23 Lesson #12 July 1, 1979 [Teaching on the first 12 verses of I Samuel 23 is missing. 23. Before the Flood — After the Flood — 1 SAMUEL LESSON 23 We will begin this lesson in I Samuel 20:23 "And [as touching] the matter which thou and I have spoken of, behold, the LORD [be] between thee and me for ever." To Remember: Love your enemies Lesson 1 Samuel 23-26. 28:5–20 of the prophet being brought back from the dead by the witch of Endor, at King Saul’s request, presents a problem. Undeserved love. 1 Samuel 23. David escapes. Out of worry of David’s men, David had to ask God twice and the LORD assured him a victory. 1 Samuel 28:15–20.Witch of Endor “The account in 1 Sam. He works his magic behind the scenes to care for us, to protect us, to encourage us, to rid us of our troubles and our enemies, and to sustain us — all because He loves us. David asks God if the people of Keilah will protect him, and God says no. List at least one event that occurred during each period. In the last lesson, Saul had tried to kill David. 1 Samuel chapter 23 summary began with a battle in a city called Keilah where the Philistines invaded. Saul hears about it and intends to trap David there. Commentary and Background Information. David Saves Keilah. Period. David fought and … Inductive Bible study on the life of David from 1 Samuel 23-24. They are quoted here for continuity.} One possible explanation is found in Psalm 27, a Psalm of David, where we read of David’s trust in God at a time when evildoers are seeking his life. 1 Samuel 22:20-23).Now the priest joined David at Keilah ( 1 Samuel 23:6).The presence of the ephod made it possible for David to continue to obtain guidance from the Lord in answer to his prayers. Page #5 Workbook on 1 Samuel Assignments on 1 Samuel 1 Read 1 Samuel 1, then answer the following questions. If you need help, consult a Bible dictionary or similar reference work. I Samuel 23, verses 1-2: Then they told David, saying, "Behold, the Philistines are fighting against Keilah, and are plundering the threshing floors." Abiathar had evidently remained in the forest of Hereth when David took his men to attack the Philistines in Keilah (cf. David enquired of God to see if he should go and beat the Philistines. Best of Friends – 1 Samuel 20:1-42 (David and Jonathan) On the Run – 1 Samuel 21:1-15 (David at Nob and Gath) View from the Cave – 1 Samuel 22:1-5 (The Cave of Adullam) Striking at God – 1 Samuel 22:6-23 (Saul kills the priests of Nob) Find Strength in God – 1 Samuel 23:1-29 (Keilah, Ziph and Maon) David and his friend, Jonathan, had gone out in the field, and renewed their covenant of friendship. 1 When David was told, “Look, the Philistines are fighting against Keilah and are looting the threshing floors,” 2 he inquired of the Lord, saying, “Shall I … In verse 10 of this psalm we read, 10 For my father and my mother have forsaken me, But the Lord will take me up. It may be the very period of time we are dealing with in our text in 1 Samuel 23. Conclusions: BSF Study Questions People of the Promised Land 1 Lesson 13, Day 4: 1 Samuel 23 and Psalm 54: God is in control. 23:12 Memorize the following 15 periods of Bible history. 1. Keilah: David defends Keilah from the Philistines. 1 Sam.