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1 Samuel 15:19-21

Like all sinners, Saul had his excuses. How well we understand that! Nevertheless, as with all sin, a price had to be paid for disobeying God: Saul's kingdom was taken from Him. What was Saul's reaction? He attempted to kill the man God appointed to replace him (I Samuel 18:10-11, 28-29; I Samuel 19:10)!

Saul became as ravenous as a wolf (Genesis 49:27), trying to devour his prey and to divide his spoil. He was so depraved that he sought to kill his own son, Jonathan, for his loyalty to David (I Samuel 20:30-34)!

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