But why was Saul so hateful of Christians? Why did his hate prompt him to kill Christians? His hate already had success killing Christians. But this success did not satisfy him. This insatiable character is mentioned in a passage in Proverbs. In Proverbs, it says that “Hell and destruction are never full; so the eyes of man are never satisfied” (27:20). So, if the eyes of Saul wanted death and destruction, he could not be satisfied with death and destruction. In other words, killing some Christians was would never be enough. How can a person not be satisfied with death and destruction? Well, this insatiable destroyer lives out the intentions of an insatiable Hell. For instance, Scripture says the grave or Hell never says, “Enough” (Proverbs 30:16). So it was this character—to never say enough—in Saul. Such an evil character shows how terrible evil is. Evil and people doing evil will not say enough. They will keep on wanting more and more destruction and death. That is just how evil operates.