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Once before, right after Samuel anointed him as king, Saul had "prophesied" with the other prophets, but that had been a sign from God that "God is with thee" (1 Samuel 10:6-12). Now, however, the Spirit of God had left him because of his rebellion (1 Samuel 16:14). At this point, as he was seeking to slay the one whom God had chosen in his place, the Spirit of God suddenly came on him again, as he had on Saul's "messengers to take David" (1 Samuel 19:20). Evidently, God forced the messengers to prophesy in David's favor against their will. Here also, God forces Saul to humiliate himself in the sight of his followers by impelling him to prophesy naked. This should have deterred Saul from further rebellion, but it didn't, and it soon cost him his life.


KJV Defenders Study Bible, by Dr. Henry Morris, Ph.D.
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Language: English
DEF 10 ISBN 0-529-10444-x
DEF 10-1 ISBN 0-529-10445-8

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