I thought I posted this two days ago. Sorry for the delay.
1 Kings 20-22
Benhadad tries to bully Ahab and Ahab is ready to play the victim. But the LORD (through a prophet) tells him to go smite the Syrians. He does to the tune of 127,000 killed.
A prophet gets eaten by a lion for some reason.
Ahab shows mercy on Benhadad and lets him live. God frowns upon acts of mercy and Ahab is doomed.
Ahab wants a vineyard for a garden but the owner doesn't sell. Jezebel frames the guy for blaspheming God and is stoned. God blames Ahab for this deed, not Jezebel.
Ahab then consults several prophets before going into battle. Everyone tells him he'll be victorious but God tells the one negative (unnamed?) prophet to lie so that Ahab will go into battle (Ahab knows the prophet is lying but goes anyway). He tries to hide in plain site as a common soldier but ends up as a proverbially pin cushion.
Speaking of prophets, doesn't one of the laws from Moses say that fortune tellers, psychics and witches are evil and should be killed? If so, why is he speaking through them?