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The man who would not be king

Rudyard Kipling wrote a story called “The Man Who Would be King.”  It is about two Englishmen who took control of a small state in Afghanistan and set up a kingdom there.  You can read the story here.

The Bible tells of a man who would not be king.  He was offered the kingship of Israel and turned it down.  In view of what happened afterward I think he was wrong to do this.

The man’s name was Gideon.  You can read his story in Judges 6-8.  God called Gideon to deliver Israel from the Midianites.  With only 300 men he was able to overcome a Midianite army of 135,000.  The people of Israel were so grateful they offered to make him their ruler. Read the rest of this entry

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