A Tale of Three Kings - Part One, Chapters 3-7 Summary & Analysis

Gene Edwards
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David goes to live in a palace with a king. This king is mad. Even though David sings to the king often and his music pleases all who hear it, the king is not pleased. King Saul sees David as a threat to his kingdom. Saul believes that David wants to steal his own kingdom. Saul throws spears at David because of his anger and jealousy. Saul is also anointed by God, but this does not mean that he acts as God might have him act. Saul is powerful, has crushed many armies in God's name, but God has not touched his inner soul, allowing him to feel jealousy toward David.

David does not know what to do when someone is cruel to him. When Saul throws spears at him, David does not know how to respond. David is told to...

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