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Children: Jonathan, Michal, Ish-bosheth, Merab, Abinadab, Malchishua
 
Children: Jonathan, Michal, Ish-bosheth, Merab, Abinadab, Malchishua
  
The election of a king or ruler who was both Commander in Chief of the Military and the chief executive officer of Israel was covered in [[1 Samuel 8]]. God warned that he would take and take and take and rule over you and when you [[cried out]] God would not hear the people because they were rejecting God by this election.
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The election of a king or ruler who was both Commander in God warned that he would take and take and take and rule over you and when you [[cried out]] God Chief of the Military and the chief executive officer of Israel was covered in [[1 Samuel 8]].would not hear the people because they were rejecting God by this election.
  
This also lead to the corruption of Saul and his own self destruction in what we call The [[Saul Syndrome]]?
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This power granted by the people into the hands of a ruler or executive and legislative group also leads to corruption. This centralization of power leads to tyranny over others and eventual self-destruction through what we might call The [[Saul Syndrome]].

Latest revision as of 14:00, 14 January 2020

King Saul

The desire for power over others brings the spirit of self-destruction. The Saul Syndrome often destroys the lives of others before destroying their own.

According to the Hebrew Bible, Saul was the first king of a united Kingdom of Israel and Judah. He would have lived circa 1082 BC–1010 BC, was anointed by the prophet Samuel and reigned from Gibeah.

Born: 1082 BC, Gibeah

Died: 1010 BC, Mount Gilboa, Israel

Parents: Kish

Children: Jonathan, Michal, Ish-bosheth, Merab, Abinadab, Malchishua

The election of a king or ruler who was both Commander in God warned that he would take and take and take and rule over you and when you cried out God Chief of the Military and the chief executive officer of Israel was covered in 1 Samuel 8.would not hear the people because they were rejecting God by this election.

This power granted by the people into the hands of a ruler or executive and legislative group also leads to corruption. This centralization of power leads to tyranny over others and eventual self-destruction through what we might call The Saul Syndrome.