A Tale of Three Kings - Part One, Chapters 15-18 Summary & Analysis

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Part One, Chapters 15-18 Summary

Before he was a mad king, Saul was a young man from a good family. Saul founded a kingdom and defended it from those who would try to take it away. Saul is a good king, a strong leader anointed by God. However, Saul wears his power on the outside, never taking God into his heart. Even as Saul prays to God, he feels empty inside. The reader might wonder why then he is anointed by God. God gives these people power so that others might see their emptiness and be aware of the differences in men.

One day a young man in the army of David's grandson asks an old retired soldier what it was like to serve under David. The soldier tells him that David ruled by submission rather than authority. David was a good leader, a man who...

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