1 Samuel 13-15
Back in biblical times, when kings reigned and kingdoms grew, all sorts of characters emerged who wore crowns. Some were boisterous, brutal, and ungodly, while others were quiet, weak-willed, and even humble. A few on record were godly and teachable, many were stubborn and arrogant, and still others were young and easily misled. But of all those ancient monarchs, none provide more intriguing food for thought than the ones who began their reigns one way and ended them another. Through the passing of years, they changed. Such was the situation with Saul. When he became king, he was “little in his own eyes,” but some time later all that changed drastically. The erosion of his character left him proud, impatient, and downright rebellious . . . a man who refused to bow even to the Lord his God. Serious failures, well worth our attention.
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