The books of 1 and 2 Samuel used to be one book. The writer wrote the book in the *Hebrew language. Many years later, men translated the Bible into the Greek language (the language of the *New Testament). These men divided this book into two parts. The name of the book comes from the first important person in this book. He was Samuel the *prophet.
For example; let's say that you are quoting the Bible to someone who is not familiar with the Holy Bible, In the beginning, God has created the Heaven and the Earth.. To such people, the listener may think that God is a small g (god) and not capital (G).. The capitalized G makes all the difference, God is worthy of worship while god is not..