20 Oh, and by the way, those donkeys you lost three days ago?
Don't worry about them. They've been found.
Saul is chosen (again) to be king (this time by lot)
101 Before Saul and his servant returned home, Samuel took a vial of oil and poured it on Saul's head. Then he kissed Saul, and said to him,
2 When you pass Rachel's sepulcher, you'll meet two men, who will say to you:
"The asses you were looking for are found."
3 Then you'll come to the plain of Tabor, where three men will meet you who are going up to God in Bethel. One carrying three young goats, another carrying three loaves of bread, and another carrying a bottle of wine.
4 These men will salute you and give you two loaves of bread.
5 After that, you'll come to the hill of God, which will be occupied by Philistine soldiers.
When you enter the city, you'll meet a group of prophets with a harp, a tambourine, a flute, and a lyre. And they'll prophesy.
6 The Spirit of God will come upon you, and you'll prophesy with them and you'll be turned into another man.
7 When these signs come upon you, do whatever you like.
God is with you.
8 Go before me to Gilgal and I'll follow, offering animal sacrifices.
You'll stay seven days until I come and show you what to do.
9 When Saul left Samuel, God gave Saul another heart.
And everything happened the next day just like Samuel said it would.
17 Then Samuel called all of the Israelites together and selected their king by lot.
20 First the tribe of Benjamin was selected, then the family of Matri, and then Saul.
21-22 When the people couldn't find Saul, they asked God where he was, and God said,
He's hiding among the stuff.
23 They ran to fetch Saul. When Saul stood up, he was literally head and shoulders above any other person in Israel.
The king (Saul) was selected from the tribe of Benjamin - the tribe that was nearly exterminated a few years ago by the other tribes during the concubine-body-part civil war. (Judges 20 and 21, Episodes 98 and 99)