I Samuel 10:6
(Samuel to Saul) At that time the Spirit of the Lord will come powerfully upon you, and you will prophesy with them. You will be changed into a different person.
Saul had a good beginning. He was humble (9:21). God changed his heart (10:6, 9) and was with him (v. 7). The Spirit of God came upon him (v. 10) to enable him. He was modest (v. 21-23), silent in opposition (v. 26-27), and little in his own sight (15:17). Who do you lead? We all have some kind of leadership role: parenting children, leading a project at work, oversight of a business. It is up to us to develop our skills so that we get better at whatever God has called us to do. The end goal is to bring benefit to your people, glorify God and edify others. We can learn much from King Saul’s highs and lows in life. Let us live so that the Spirit of the Lord rests upon our service and others are blessed because of it.