An Iffy King for God’s Immovable Kingdom (1 Samuel 10:17-27)

In this sermon, Pastor Keith Ryoo covers the coronation of an apparent hesitant King Saul, Israel’s first monarch, and Israel’s complete and total rejection of God as their sole ruler. God permits Israel to have a king, despite the dire warnings of the obvious pitfalls of such a governmental system. What we see is that, despite the people’s rejection, and their king’s reluctance, God still rules.