1. Who was the first king Samuel anointed to be king?
2. Why did the people want Saul as their king?
3. Which tribe was King Saul from?
4. Who was asked to anoint David to be King?
5. David’s playing on his harp did what for King Saul?
6. Who did David kill with his slingshot?
7. Was Goliath a professional soldier?
8. Who tried to kill David with a spear?
9. Was Jonathan a true friend to David?
10. Did David’s soldiers follow him everywhere?
11. When did David marry Abigail?
12. What happened at the end of King Solomon’s reign?
13. How long did King Ishbosheth the son of King Saul, reign?
2. Because of his size and good looks.
5. The evil spirit would leave King Saul.
7. Yes and he was of great height.
8. King Saul.
11. After Abigail’s husband died.
12. King Solomon’s kingdom was split into two Kingdoms.
13. King Ishbosheth was a king for two years.
Other modules in this unit:
- Samuel the fifteenth Judge of Israel anoints Saul
- King Saul starts his reign of about thirty-two years
- King Saul reigned for 40 years. He was the 1st of 3 kings
- Samuel the fifteenth Judge of Israel anoints David as king
- David plays for his King
- David uses his slingshot
- The giant Goliath is killed by David
- King Saul tries to kill David with a spear
- Jonathan, David’s faithful friend
- Soldiers of David’s army
- Abigail acted quickly
- 40-year reign of King Saul ends
- King Ishbosheth
- Start of 40 Year reign of King David
- David becomes king in God’s time
- David conquers Jerusalem
- The Ark brought to Jerusalem
- Bathsheba and King David
- Amnon and Tamar
- The end of King David’s 40 year Reign
- The start of the 40-year reign of King Solomon
- King Solomon’s reign established
- A sword gets the truth, Solomon’s Wise Ruling
- Solomon’s Temple
- The Queen of Sheba visits King Solomon
- The end of 40-year reign of King Solomon
- Questions and Answers 1-13
- Questions and Answers 14-26
- Timeline for the Three Kings
- Background Information: Three Kings
- Resources – Three Kings – Saul, David, and Solomon
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