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Poole's Outline of 1 Samuel 9



The genealogy of Kish, 1. Saul’s person, 2. He is sent to seek his father’s asses, 3. He travels through the country, and finds them not, 4, 5. By the counsel of his servant, 6-10, and the direction of young maidens, 11-14, according to God’s revelation, 15-17, he cometh to Samuel, who meets him; entertaineth him at the feast; telleth him the asses were found, and he should be king, 18-20. Saul’s amazement, 21. Samuel gives him the highest place, and a peculiar dish; eats with him, 22-24. After secret communication leadeth him on the way; the servant goes before; Saul stands still with Samuel, 25-27.

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Dr. Dilday
Dr. Dilday
17 de jun. de 2021


Matthew Henry: 'Samuel had promised Israel, from God, that they should have a king; it is strange that the next news is not of candidates setting up for the government, making an interest in the people, or recommending themselves to Samuel, and, by him, to God, to be put in nomination. Why does not the prince of the tribe of Judah, whoever he is, look about him now, remembering Jacob's entail of the sceptre on that tribe? Is there never a bold aspiring man in Israel, to say, "I will be king, if God will choose me?" No, none appears, whether it is owing to a culpable mean-spiritedness or a laudable humility I know not; but surely it is wha…

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Dr. Dilday
17 de jun. de 2021

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17 de jun. de 2021

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