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  • When they reached the edge of town, Samuel told Saul to send his servant on ahead. After the servant was gone, Samuel said, "Stay here, for I have received a special message for you from God." - 1 Samuel 9:27

  • 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

  • As Saul turned and started to leave, God changed his heart, and all Samuel's signs were fulfilled that day. - 1 Samuel 10:9

  • "Where in the world have you been?" Saul's uncle asked him. "We went to look for the donkeys," Saul replied, "but we couldn't find them. So we went to the prophet Samuel to ask him where they were." - 1 Samuel 10:14

  • "He said the donkeys had been found," Saul replied. But Saul didn't tell his uncle that Samuel had anointed him to be king. - 1 Samuel 10:16

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

  • So Samuel called the tribal leaders together before the LORD, and the tribe of Benjamin was chosen.*4 - 1 Samuel 10:20

  • 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

  • Then Samuel told the people what the rights and duties of a king were. He wrote them down on a scroll and placed it before the LORD. Then Samuel sent the people home again. - 1 Samuel 10:25

  • 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

  • Then the people exclaimed to Samuel, "Now where are those men who said Saul shouldn't rule over us? Bring them here, and we will kill them!" - 1 Samuel 11:12

  • Then Samuel said to the people, "Come, let us all go to Gilgal to reaffirm Saul's kingship." - 1 Samuel 11:14

  • Then Samuel addressed the people again: "I have done as you asked and given you a king. - 1 Samuel 12:1

  • "The LORD and his anointed one are my witnesses," Samuel declared, "that you can never accuse me of robbing you." "Yes, it is true," they replied. - 1 Samuel 12:5

  • "It was the LORD who appointed Moses and Aaron," Samuel continued. "He brought your ancestors out of the land of Egypt. - 1 Samuel 12:6

  • Then the LORD sent Gideon,* Barak,* Jephthah, and Samuel* to save you, and you lived in safety.2 - 1 Samuel 12:11

  • So Samuel called to the LORD, and the LORD sent thunder and rain. And all the people were terrified of the LORD and of Samuel. - 1 Samuel 12:18
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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