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Apr 13, 2021

[Answer] To whom did God say, "How long will you mourn over Saul, when I have rejected him"?

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...Have you ever found yourself saying to someone, "When are you going to get over that?" Such was the Prophet Samuel's plight, after Saul was "fired" from being king of Israel for his disobedience to God. The elder prophet was invested in Saul and had a genuine affection for him. When God instructed him that Saul could no longer be king, the prophet was angry and cried all night to God. By morning, knowing God's mind was made up, Samuel headed out in search of Saul, who met him with a lie on his lips: "I have done what the Lord has commanded of me." Hearing his blatant lies must have cut the heart of the old man deeply. You see, God had used Samuel to anoint Saul as the first king of Israel. There was such great potential in Saul, who began so strong and obedient to God, but little by little, his pride, lies, and arrogance took over. Because he rejected God's words, God rejected him as King. Samuel walked away, never seeing Saul again until his death. His grief over Saul remained until God shook him, instructing him with the message: The time has come to move on.




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Samuel:


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