Which king's name means "asked for"
in Hebrew: Saul or
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Saul was Israel's first king. His name
derives from the Hebrew shaul, asked (or prayed)
for. Josiah was a king of Judah who focused all worship at the Jerusalem
temple. His name means "the Lord supports" in Hebrew.
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