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Poole's Outline of 1 Samuel 10


Samuel anointeth Saul, 1; confirms him by prediction of three signs, 2-8. Saul prophesies, 9-13. He cometh to his uncle; telleth him what Samuel had said concerning the asses, but concealeth the matter of the kingdom, 14-16. Samuel assembleth the people at Mizpeh, 17-20. Saul is chosen king by lot; but hideth himself; is discovered by God. His stature, 21-23. Samuel presents him to the people, who receive him with shouting, 24. Samuel writeth the manner of the kingdom in a book, 25. God inspires the people with reverence towards Saul; but the children of Belial despise him, 26, 27.

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
24 sept 2021

Matthew Henry: 'We left Samuel and Saul walking together, probably some private way over the fields down from Ramah, perhaps in the paths of the vineyards, and Saul expecting to hear from Samuel the word of God. Now here we have, I. The anointing of Saul then and there, verse 1. The signs Samuel gave him, verses 2-6. And instructions, verses 7-8. II. The accomplishment of those signs to the satisfaction of Saul, verses 9-13. III. His return to his father's house, verses 14-16. IV. His public election by lot, and solemn inauguration, verses 17-25. V. His return to his own city, verses 26-27. It is a great work that is here a doing, the setting up not only o…

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
24 sept 2021

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