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1 Samuel chapter 9
9:1 | Kish was a wealthy man who belonged to the tribe of Benjamin. His father was Abiel, his grandfather was Zeror, his great-grandfather was Becorath, and his great-great-grandfather was Aphiah.
9:2 | Kish had a son named Saul, who was better looking and more than a head taller than anyone else in all Israel.
9:3 | Kish owned some donkeys, but they had run off. So he told Saul, "Take one of the servants and go look for the donkeys."
9:4 | Saul and the servant went through the hill country of Ephraim and the territory of Shalishah, but they could not find the donkeys. Then they went through the territories of Shaalim and Benjamin, but still there was no sign of the donkeys.
9:8 | "I have a small piece of silver," the servant answered. "We can give him that, and then he will tell us where to look for the donkeys."
9:14 | They went to the town, and just as they were going through the gate, Samuel was coming out on his way to the place of worship.
9:15 | The day before Saul came, the LORD had told Samuel,
9:18 | Saul went over to Samuel in the gateway and said, "A man who can see visions lives here in town. Could you tell me the way to his house?"
9:22 | Samuel took Saul and his servant into the dining room at the place of worship. About thirty people were there for the dinner, but Samuel gave Saul and his servant the places of honor.
9:23 | Then Samuel told the cook, "I gave you the best piece of meat and told you to set it aside. Bring it here now." The cook brought the meat over and set it down in front of Saul. "This is for you," Samuel told him. "Go ahead and eat it. I had this piece saved especially for you, and I invited these guests to eat with you." After Saul and Samuel had finished eating,