A Tale of Three Kings - Part Two, Chapters 19-23 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapters 19-23 Summary

David is now the age Saul was when David came to know him. David is king now and has been a great king. However, David's son, Absalom, has become a popular leader among David's people and has come to believe he will be a better king than his father. Absalom speaks so often and so publicly of the failings of David's rule that people begin to believe his words and to spread anger over the injustices they see in David's rule. Absalom has a great deal of support and has decided that he would like to attempt to take the kingdom from his father rather than wait until he inherits it upon his father's death.

David learns that Absalom has been holding meetings among David's people, discussing his vision of the future. Absalom believes that the people should have more freedoms...

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