I'm so sorry :(
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I’d have to seriously question Saul’s standing with the Lord. He was demonically influenced and possibly possessed at one point, he tried to murder David on serval occasions, he was involved in the occult with the conjuring up of Samuel’s spirit. Just looking at his life style pattern I see some pretty serious sins. The general pattern of his life doesn’t seem to be one of obedience to the Lord. In the end God is the judge, but I don’t see much fruit on his tree. What say you?
Those are good points. I forgot about that
Didn't Samson basically kill himself? (Judges 16:30-31)
I'm obviously not saying suicide is right, by the way.
@mistixs He did. But that was a military act. The main purpose was to kill the other [evil] people in the building by bringing it down on top of them. He was just collateral damage (even though he pretty much knew that he wouldn't survive if he did that.). It was an act of valor.
(by the way, killing people in a military context is not murder.)