A Tale of Three Kings - Study Guide Part One, Chapters 8-14 Summary & Analysis

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The writer pauses in the narration to explain the differences between Saul and David. The writer wants the reader to be able to recognize a Saul in their own lives and avoid these leaders. Sauls are people who do not have God in their hearts and therefore could lead their flock astray. David, on the other hand, has God in his soul and will not lead his followers astray, even if there are times when he does not know what to do. The writer acknowledges that the reader might not know how to tell the difference between a Saul and a David on first glance, but assures the reader that if they have God in their hearts, the difference will someday be clear.

David learns that Saul wants him killed. Now David runs away from Saul's cruelty. David flees to the...

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