Extraordinary Men, Ordinary Failures: King Saul

Extraordinary Men, Ordinary Failures

Saul was an extraordinary man: He was the first king of Israel, handsome, and famous for his victories on the battlefield. Yet despite his extraordinary credentials, he was rejected by God as king. Take a look at Saul's life, consider why he was rejected for this position of leadership, and learn how we can keep from being disqualified from positions of service today.

Blake HolmesJul 13, 2003

About 'Extraordinary Men, Ordinary Failures'

What do Saul, David, Solomon and Rehoboam all have in common? They were all extraordinary kings of Israel. Unfortunately, they also made some very ordinary failures. Do you ever struggle with people-pleasing? Have you ever felt let down by someone you trusted? Have you ever felt like giving up? Do you long for the wise counsel of others? If so, this series is for you because truly extraordinary people are those who learn from their very ordinary failures.