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  • As soon as Saul parted from Samuel, God transformed him into a different person and all the signs Samuel mentioned to Saul were fulfilled that day. (1 Samuel 10, 9)

  • Saul's uncle asked him and his boy, "Where did you go?" Saul answered, "To look for the asses. When we could not find them, we went to Samuel." (1 Samuel 10, 14)

  • His uncle said, "Please, tell me what Samuel told you." (1 Samuel 10, 15)

  • Saul replied, "He merely told us that the asses had been found." But Saul did not tell his uncle what Samuel had said about the kingship. (1 Samuel 10, 16)

  • After that, Samuel called the people together before Yahweh at Mizpah. (1 Samuel 10, 17)

  • Then Samuel made all the tribes of Israel come near him and when they cast lots, the tribe of Benjamin was chosen. (1 Samuel 10, 20)

  • Samuel spoke and said, "Do you see the one Yahweh has chosen? There is none like him among all the people." And all the people shouted, "Long live the king!" (1 Samuel 10, 24)

  • Samuel then told the people the rights and duties of the king. He wrote all these in a book and presented it before Yahweh. Then Samuel sent all the people home. (1 Samuel 10, 25)

  • He took a yoke of oxen, cut them into pieces and gave them to the messengers to be taken through all the territories of Israel with this warning, "I will do the same with the oxen of anyone who does not come out after Saul and Samuel." Then a holy fear came upon the people and they set out as one man. (1 Samuel 11, 7)

  • Then the people asked Samuel, "Who are these who said: Saul will never reign over us? Bring the men and we shall put them to death." (1 Samuel 11, 12)

  • Samuel told the people, "Come, let us go to Gilgal and officially proclaim the kingdom." (1 Samuel 11, 14)

  • Samuel spoke to the Israelites, "Listen, I have paid attention to all that you have told me and have given you a king. (1 Samuel 12, 1)

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