1 Samuel 16:1-13
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces a series on the life of David, the Israelite king. Dr. Johnson demonstrates from the boy David's anointing how God's choice is a sharp contrast to human standards.
1 Samuel 16:14-23
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the decline of King Saul. Dr. Johnson also shares his thoughts about Christian music in reference to young David's ministry to the tormented Israelite king.
1 Samuel 17:4-11; 28-51
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the account of David and Goliath. The Messianic typology of the event is exposited.
1 Samuel 18:1-30
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of David's life by discussing additional parallels between the future king's life and the work of the Messiah.
1 Samuel 19:1-24 Psalm 59
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the flight of David from Saul and describes how the circumstances are reflected inwardly in one of David's psalms.
1 Samuel 20:11-23
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the love and loyalty of Jonathan, David's friend.
1 Samuel 21:1-15
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson explains how David began to move out of God's will even before becoming king of Israel.
1 Samuel 22:1-23
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds God's sovereign plan of history in using David as a type of the rejected Messiah, Jesus Christ.
1 Samuel 23:1-29
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson describes God's providence in dealing with trials when David was told to fight against the Philistines.
1 Samuel 24:1-22
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds David's encounter with King Saul while hiding from him in the cave.