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If our natural lusts are not under the restraint of a higher power; if by that power we are not trained to watch, and check, and overpower them, if we allow them to burst all restraint and lord it over us as they will, - then will they grow into so many tyrants, who will rule us with rods of iron; laugh at the feeble remonstrances of our conscience; scoff at every messenger of God, vex His Holy Spirit, and hurl us at last to everlasting woel A little startled, I search again through the pages of my Bible.

Make haste (mhr); he has come just now (hyywm) to the city, because the people have a sacrifice today (hyywm) on the high place. As soon as you enter the city you will find him, before he goes up to the high place to eat; for the people will not eat till he comes, since he must bless the sacrifice; afterwards those eat who are invited. Now go up, for you will meet him immediately (hyywm)".

Saul therefore has little choice but to acknowledge that as it now appears he has, after all, sinned, broken the strict terms of the command. Hertzberg (p. is only convinced that he has done wrong during the course of his conversation with Samuel". 10 What he had been urged to do by the people and what he had clearly felt to be no serious deviation from his religious obligation has turned out to be a matter of major consequence. By speaking of the initiative of the people he is not weakly passing the blame but freely acknowledging his own error.

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