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Confusion regarding how God punishes sin in light of 1 Samuel 3:11

The problem is even more profound than the OP suggests. In Eze 18 we have the important legal principle that children are NOT held responsible for the guilt of their parents and vis-versa. However, in ...
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Why were the bodies of Saul & his sons cremated - 1 Samuel 31:11?

From verse 8 shows after one day, they didn't hang them immediately, 2 days already gone the gileyad people took them on 4th or 5th day by that time it was not in a state to carry further distance ...
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Why did Samuel think that Saul would kill him given that all of Saul's recorded erratic behavior seems to have happened later?

There's actually a lot packed into 1 Samuel 15, in the aftermath of Saul's partial obedience in destroying the Amalekites: ‭1 Samuel 15:17-31 NASB2020‬ 17 So Samuel said, “Is it not true, though you ...
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Did King Saul lose his salvation?

To receive the Holy Spirit is to receive salvation from the power and penalty of sin. It is a gift and is given to those whom God chooses just like today. God chose Saul and gave him the Spirit and a ...
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What was the significance of pouring out water in 1 Samuel 7:6?

‭2 Samuel 14:13-14 KJV‬ " We must all die; we are like water spilled on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again. And God does not take away life, but devises means so that he who is ...
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How long did Saul reign?

Twenty years would seem to fit better for two reasons: The Ark was in the home Abinadab for 20 years (1 Sam 7:2) before David brought the Ark to Jerusalem (2 Sam 6). If Saul became king at 40 and ...
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