The first thing that really stood out for me was:
"The Lord Killed him" other translations say "The Lord put him to death" or "therefor he slew him"
We had just read that Saul asked his armour bearer to kill him and when he wouldn't, Saul killed himself. However, this conclusion to chapter 10 reminds us that it was in God's plan for Saul to die because of his disobedience. God allowed Saul to die. God has perfect timing for the end of someone's life and also for the sparing of someone's life.
In the NT, this passage stood out:
Through faith, we are healed. Healed from our sin. Healed from our hurt. Healed from our inadequacy. Healed from our imperfection. We are crippled in God's sight and yet through our faith in Jesus we are made perfect and blameless.
What a comfort to know God has our life in His hand and through faith we are healed and called into glory despite our crippled lives.
Tomorrow's Bible In a Year Passage: 2 Samuel 7-9, Acts 4