Well, SAUL, was God’s choice as the first king of Israel.  Despite his tall stature, he was a diligent and humble person, though this humility leaned more toward cowardice.  However, ruling over Israel caused Saul to become a proud and stubborn man, with him disobeying Samuel’s messages from God on more than one occasion.

From doing things that only Samuel was allowed to do to not destroying everything God had said to destroy, Saul would just make excuses for his rebellion.  What was the punishment for Saul’s wickedness?


-He was taken into captivity.-

-His kingdom was given to someone else.-

-None of the above?-