Who was Saul
Saul was best known as the first King of Israel around 1046 BC.
Saul was a King and biblical figure born in the land of Benjamin in Israel. He became the first King of Israel where he united tribes and defeated enemies such as the Ammonites, Philistines, Moabites, and Amalekites. After disobeying God, elder Samuel anointed David as his replacement. Jealous of being pushed aside and the accolades bestowed upon David for slaying Goliath, Saul made several failed attempts to take David’s life.
Read about Saul
Grab your bible (or click the links below) and look up these verses about King Saul. Take note of observations
1 Samuel 10:23-24
1 Samuel 18:6-8
1 Samuel 15:23
1 Samuel 20:30-32
1 Samuel 22:11-29
1 Samuel 14:44
1 Samuel 18:9
1 Samuel 15:10-31
1 Samuel 17:11
1 Samuel 18:22
1 Samuel 16:14
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- In what ways are you similar to Saul?
-In what ways are you different from Saul?
-Where did Saul find value and identity? (hint: 1 Samuel 18:6-8)
-Draw a picture of what you imagine Saul looked like. Along with what you read above, consider the description of what you read in 1 Samuel 9:2.