A Tale of Three Kings - Part Two, Chapters 24-27 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapters 24-27 Summary

Many of David's supporters question the merits of allowing Absalom to take over the kingdom. Many believe David should fight. These supporters fear that Absalom will be the same sort of king Saul was. However, David assures them that Absalom is not the same as Saul, nor is he like David. Absalom is a different sort of leader, one with the potential to be either a David or a Saul. Only time will tell.

An adviser comes to David and questions his decision. David asks him to tell the story of Moses and Korah. Korah causes discord in Moses's kingdom and raises a group of followers to move against Moses. Korah then goes to Moses and tells him that he wants to take over the kingdom. Moses tells him that God will make that decision. The next day Korah and his...

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