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  • He had a son named Saul, who was a handsome young man. There was no other Israelite handsomer than Saul; he stood head and shoulders above the people. (1 Samuel 9, 2)

  • Now the asses of Saul's father, Kish, had wandered off. Kish said to his son Saul, "Take one of the servants with you and go out and hunt for the asses." (1 Samuel 9, 3)

  • When they came to the land of Zuph, Saul said to the servant who was with him, "Come, let us turn back, lest my father forget about the asses and become anxious about us." (1 Samuel 9, 5)

  • But Saul said to his servant, "If we go, what can we offer the man? There is no bread in our bags, and we have no present to give the man of God. What have we?" (1 Samuel 9, 7)

  • Again the servant answered Saul, "I have a quarter of a silver shekel. If I give that to the man of God, he will tell us our way." (1 Samuel 9, 8)

  • Saul then said to his servant, "Well said! Come on, let us go!" And they went to the city where the man of God lived. (1 Samuel 9, 10)

  • The day before Saul's arrival, the LORD had given Samuel the revelation: (1 Samuel 9, 15)

  • When Samuel caught sight of Saul, the LORD assured him, "This is the man of whom I told you; he is to govern my people." (1 Samuel 9, 17)

  • Saul met Samuel in the gateway and said, "Please tell me where the seer lives." (1 Samuel 9, 18)

  • Samuel answered Saul: "I am the seer. Go up ahead of me to the high place and eat with me today. In the morning, before dismissing you, I will tell you whatever you wish. (1 Samuel 9, 19)

  • Saul replied: "Am I not a Benjaminite, of one of the smallest tribes of Israel, and is not my clan the least among the clans of the tribe of Benjamin? Why say such things to me?" (1 Samuel 9, 21)

  • Samuel then took Saul and his servant and brought them to the room, where he placed them at the head of the guests, of whom there were about thirty. (1 Samuel 9, 22)


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