In Samuel the Prophet, F. B. Meyer discusses the critical themes embedded in the text of First Samuel—in context of Israel’s transition to a central government. Meyer’s commentary conveys the ramifications of Israel’s partiality to obedience of the Lord, and explicitly views this as a period of dispensation for Israel.
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F. B. Meyer (1847–1929) was educated at Brighton College, University of London, and Regent’s Park College. Meyer was well known for his friendship with Dwight L. Moody, as well as authoring over 40 titles.