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  • Saul also went home to Gibeah, accompanied by warriors whose hearts the LORD had touched. (1 Samuel 10, 26)

  • When the messengers arrived at Gibeah of Saul, they related the news to the people, all of whom wept aloud. (1 Samuel 11, 4)

  • Just then Saul came in from the field, behind his oxen. "Why are the people weeping?" he asked. The message of the inhabitants of Jabesh was repeated to him. (1 Samuel 11, 5)

  • Taking a yoke of oxen, he cut them into pieces, which he sent throughout the territory of Israel by couriers with the message, "If anyone does not come out to follow Saul (and Samuel), the same as this will be done to his oxen!" In dread of the LORD, the people turned out to a man. (1 Samuel 11, 7)

  • On the appointed day, Saul arranged his troops in three companies and invaded the camp during the dawn watch. They slaughtered Ammonites until the heat of the day; by then the survivors were so scattered that no two were left together. (1 Samuel 11, 11)

  • The people then said to Samuel: "Who questioned whether Saul should rule over us? Hand over the men and we will put them to death." (1 Samuel 11, 12)

  • But Saul broke in to say, "No man is to be put to death this day, for today the LORD has saved Israel." (1 Samuel 11, 13)

  • So all the people went to Gilgal, where, in the presence of the LORD, they made Saul king. They also sacrificed peace offerings there before the LORD, and Saul and all the Israelites celebrated the occasion with great joy. (1 Samuel 11, 15)

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

  • Saul chose three thousand men of Israel, of whom two thousand remained with him in Michmash and in the hill country of Bethel, and one thousand were with Jonathan in Gibeah of Benjamin. He sent the rest of the people back to their tents. (1 Samuel 13, 2)

  • Now Jonathan overcame the Philistine garrison which was in Gibeah, and the Philistines got word of it. Then Saul sounded the horn throughout the land, with a proclamation, "Let the Hebrews hear!" (1 Samuel 13, 3)

  • Thus all Israel learned that Saul had overcome the garrison of the Philistines and that Israel had brought disgrace upon the Philistines; and the soldiers were called up to Saul in Gilgal. (1 Samuel 13, 4)

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