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Lesson 40: David Anointed King

Updated: Jul 8, 2020

INTRODUCTION. Because Saul disobeyed God in his expedition against the

Amalekites by sparing Agag, the king, and the best of the animals, the Lord rejected

him as king over Israel. Saul and Samuel each went to their own homes after the

battle, and Samuel went to see Saul no more in his lifetime.

The Lord told Samuel to mourn no longer for Saul but to go on a secret mission to

Bethlehem. There He instructed Samuel to anoint David, the youngest son of Jesse

of the tribe of Judah, as the next king of Israel. Although God "rent" the kingdom

from Saul, David did not actually become king until after Saul's death.

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