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  • Finally, the leaders of Israel met at Ramah to discuss the matter with Samuel. - 1 Samuel 8:4


  • His son Saul was the most handsome man in Israel--head and shoulders taller than anyone else in the land. - 1 Samuel 9:2


  • "About this time tomorrow I will send you a man from the land of Benjamin. Anoint him to be the leader of my people, Israel. He will rescue them from the Philistines, for I have looked down on my people in mercy and have heard their cry." - 1 Samuel 9:16


  • And don't worry about those donkeys that were lost three days ago, for they have been found. And I am here to tell you that you and your family are the focus of all Israel's hopes." - 1 Samuel 9:20


  • Saul replied, "But I'm only from Benjamin, the smallest tribe in Israel, and my family is the least important of all the families of that tribe! Why are you talking like this to me?" - 1 Samuel 9:21


  • Then Samuel took a flask of olive oil and poured it over Saul's head. He kissed Saul on the cheek and said, "I am doing this because the LORD has appointed you to be the leader of his people Israel.*1 - 1 Samuel 10:1


  • Later Samuel called all the people of Israel to meet before the LORD at Mizpah. - 1 Samuel 10:17


  • And he gave them this message from the LORD, the God of Israel: "I brought you from Egypt and rescued you from the Egyptians and from all of the nations that were oppressing you. - 1 Samuel 10:18


  • Then Samuel said to all the people, "This is the man the LORD has chosen as your king. No one in all Israel is his equal!" And all the people shouted, "Long live the king!" - 1 Samuel 10:24


  • About a month later,* King Nahash of Ammon led his army against the Israelite city of Jabesh-gilead. But the citizens of Jabesh asked for peace. "Make a treaty with us, and we will be your servants," they pleaded.1 - 1 Samuel 11:1


  • "All right," Nahash said, "but only on one condition. I will gouge out the right eye of every one of you as a disgrace to all Israel!" - 1 Samuel 11:2


  • "Give us seven days to send messengers throughout Israel!" replied the leaders of Jabesh. "If none of our relatives will come to save us, we will agree to your terms." - 1 Samuel 11:3


  • He took two oxen and cut them into pieces and sent the messengers to carry them throughout Israel with this message: "This is what will happen to the oxen of anyone who refuses to follow Saul and Samuel into battle!" And the LORD made the people afraid of Saul's anger, and all of them came out together as one. - 1 Samuel 11:7


  • When Saul mobilized them at Bezek, he found that there were 300,000 men of Israel, in addition to 30,000* from Judah.2 - 1 Samuel 11:8


  • But Saul replied, "No one will be executed today, for today the LORD has rescued Israel!" - 1 Samuel 11:13


  • Saul selected three thousand special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. He took two thousand of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. The other thousand went with Saul's son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. - 1 Samuel 13:2


  • Soon after this, Jonathan attacked and defeated the garrison of Philistines at Geba. The news spread quickly among the Philistines that Israel was in revolt, so Saul sounded the call to arms throughout Israel. - 1 Samuel 13:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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