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  • The messengers came to Gibeah of Saul, and reported this to the people, and all the people wept aloud. (1 Samuel 11, 4)

  • Now Saul was just then coming in from the fields behind his oxen, and he said, 'What is wrong? Why are the people weeping?' They explained to him what the men of Jabesh had said. (1 Samuel 11, 5)

  • And the spirit of Yahweh seized on Saul when he heard these words, and he fell into a fury. (1 Samuel 11, 6)

  • He took a yoke of oxen, cut them into pieces and sent these by messengers throughout the territory of Israel with these words, 'Anyone who will not march with Saul will have the same done to his oxen!' At this, a panic from Yahweh swept on the people and they marched out as one man. (1 Samuel 11, 7)

  • Saul inspected them at Bezek; there were three hundred thousand of Israel and thirty thousand of Judah. (1 Samuel 11, 8)

  • The next day, Saul disposed the army in three contingents, which burst into the middle of the camp during the dawn watch and slaughtered the Ammonites until high noon. The survivors were so scattered that no two of them were left together. (1 Samuel 11, 11)

  • The people then said to Samuel, 'Who said, "Must we have Saul reigning over us?" Hand the men over, for us to put them to death.' (1 Samuel 11, 12)

  • 'No one must be put to death today,' Saul said, 'for today Yahweh has intervened to rescue Israel.' (1 Samuel 11, 13)

  • The people then all went to Gilgal. And there, at Gilgal, they proclaimed Saul king before Yahweh; they offered communion sacrifices before Yahweh, and there Saul and all the people of Israel gave themselves over to great rejoicing. (1 Samuel 11, 15)

  • Saul was . . . years old when he became king, and reigned over Israel for . . . years. (1 Samuel 13, 1)

  • Saul selected three thousand men of Israel; two thousand of them were with Saul at Michmash and in the highlands of Bethel, and one thousand with Jonathan at Geba of Benjamin; the rest of the people Saul sent home, everyone to his tent. (1 Samuel 13, 2)

  • Jonathan killed the Philistine governor stationed at Gibeah and the Philistines were informed that the Hebrews had risen in revolt. Saul had the trumpet sounded throughout the country, (1 Samuel 13, 3)

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