In this chapter we read of Saul's being anointed king by Samuel,
\\#1Sa 10:1\\, and of certain signs given as confirming the same,
which should come to pass, and did, before Saul got to his father's
house, \\#1Sa 10:2-13\\, of his arrival at his father's house, and of
what passed between him and his uncle there, \\#1Sa 10:14-16\\, of
Samuel's calling all Israel together at Mizpeh, and of the election
of Saul by lot to be king, and of his being declared such,
\\#1Sa 10:17-25\\, and of his return to his city, being respected by
some, and despised by others, \\#1Sa 10:26,27\\.