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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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