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  • The cook then picked up the leg and the tail and put it in front of Saul, saying, 'This is for you. This is what was left. Make a good meal . . .' That day, Saul ate with Samuel. (1 Samuel 9, 24)

  • They came down from the high place into the town. A bed was made for Saul on the roof and he lay down there. (1 Samuel 9, 25)

  • At dawn, Samuel called to Saul on the roof, 'Get up, and I shall send you on your way.' Saul got up, and Samuel and he went outside together. (1 Samuel 9, 26)

  • They had walked as far as the end of the town when Samuel said to Saul, 'Tell the servant to go on ahead of us, but you stand still for a moment, so that I can make known to you the word of God.' (1 Samuel 9, 27)

  • Samuel took a phial of oil and poured it on Saul's head; he then kissed him and said, 'Has not Yahweh anointed you as leader of his people Israel? You are the man who is to govern Yahweh's people and save them from the power of the enemies surrounding them. The sign for you that Yahweh has anointed you as prince of his heritage is this: (1 Samuel 10, 1)

  • Seeing him prophesying with the prophets, all the people who had known him previously said to one another, 'What has come over the son of Kish? Is Saul one of the prophets too?' (1 Samuel 10, 11)

  • And one of the local people retorted, 'But who is their father?' Hence the origin of the proverb: Is Saul one of the prophets too? (1 Samuel 10, 12)

  • Saul's uncle asked him and his servant, 'Where have you been?' 'Looking for the donkeys,' he replied, 'and when we could not find them anywhere, we went to Samuel.' (1 Samuel 10, 14)

  • Saul's uncle said, 'Tell me please what Samuel said to you.' (1 Samuel 10, 15)

  • Saul said to his uncle, 'He merely told us that the donkeys were already found,' but did not mention anything that Samuel had said about the kingship. (1 Samuel 10, 16)

  • He then made the tribe of Benjamin come forward clan by clan, and the lot indicated the clan of Matri; he then made the clan of Matri come forward one by one, and the lot indicated Saul son of Kish, but when they looked for him, he was not to be found. (1 Samuel 10, 21)

  • Saul too went home to Gibeah and with him went those strong men whose hearts God had touched. (1 Samuel 10, 26)


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