1Sa 9:6 And he said unto him, Behold now, there is in this city a man of God, and he is an honourable man; all that he saith cometh surely to pass: now let us go thither; peradventure he can shew us our way that we should go.
◦ Verse 3 -Kish said: “Take one of the Servant’s with you and go look for the donkey’s”
◦ This servant has no name mentioned, we don’t know if he is family, or a slave….
◦ All we know is that he is sent on assignment to HELP Saul find the donkey’s.
They search for the donkey’s with no luck and Saul is worried that his father is worried about them and no longer worried about the donkeys.
Servant- nah’er (meaning lad, young man, boy)
The “no name” servant does TWO things that pushed Saul to his destiny:
◦ He pointed him to where the voice of God is…..
◦ ◦ ◦ Somehow this” no name” servant knew where the prophet lived and knew the reputation of the prophet!!
-Your connection has got to be able to push you when you are ready to give up on the mission.
“Before we just give up let’s see if the prophet can help us!!”
The servant understood we need a word and we can’t go to the man of God empty-handed!
-This servant wasn’t just no ordinary servant!! This servant was a PLANT for the plan of God!
-The text didn’t tell us what his name was, didn’t tell us where he came from, or how Saul chose him……but without THIS servant Saul would have never found Samuel and found his purpose in the will of God!
There are men of God, servants, ministers, that are in the earth…..that are pushing great men and women to their destiny!
-No they aren’t on Facebook live, no they aren’t on a flyer, no they aren’t preaching to thousands every Sunday, they aren’t on the Word Network, but they are behind the scenes…..
-Pushing you…telling you to find the voice of God!
Pushing you….in your ear telling you let’s not give up!
Let’s not get tired, we have come too far to turn back!
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