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Abigail's wise conduct.
She paci fieth David.
B. C. | wilderness to salute our master; and own hand, now d let thine enemies, / B.C. about 1060. | he + railed on them.
and they that seek evil to my lord, about 1060. 15 But the men were very good unto be as Nabal. † Heb. flew upon them. | us, and n we were not thurt, neither 27 And now e this I blessing which || Or, present. #Heb.shamed.
missed we any thing, as long as we thine handmaid hath brought unto d 2 Sam. 18. 32. over. 7.
were conversant with them, when my lord, let it even be given unto
the young men that + follow my + Heb. walk o Ex. 14. 22. 16 They were a wall unto us lord.
at the feet of, Job 1. 10.
&c. ver. 42. both by night and day, all the while | 28 I pray thee, forgive the trespass | Judg. 4. 10. we were with them keeping the of thine handmaid : for f the LORD
e Gen. 33. 11.
ch. 30. 26. sheep.
will certainly make my lord a sure 2 Kings 5. 15. 17 Now therefore know and con- house; because my lords fighteth
f 2 Sam. 7. 11,
27. 1 Kings 9. p ch. 20.7. sider what thou wilt do; for Pevil is the battles of the LORD, and hevil 5. 1 Chr. 17.
10, 25. determined against our master, and hath not been found in thee all thy
g ch. 18. 17. against all his household : for he is days.
h ch. 24. 11. q Deut. 13. 13. such a son of 9 Belial, that a man 29 Yet a man is risen to pursue Judg. 19. 22. cannot speak to him.
| thee, and to seek thy soul : but the 18 | Then Abigail made haste, and soul of my lord shall be bound in the Gen. 32. 13. rtook two hundred loaves, and two bundle of life with the LORD thy God; Prov. 18. 16.
bottles of wine, and five sheep ready and the souls of thine enemies, them i Jer. 10. 18. & 21. 14. dressed, and five measures of parch- shall he isling out, tas out of the mid- + Heb. in the
midst of the || Or, lumps.
bought of a raisins, and two hundred cakes of 30 And it shall come to pass, when sling. figs, and laid them on asses.
the Lord shall have done to my lord 19 And she said unto her servants, according to all the good that he s Gen. 32. 16, Go on before me; behold, I come hath spoken concerning thee, and
after you. But she told not her hus- shall have appointed thee ruler over
stumbling. covert of the hill, and, behold, Da- | lord, either that thou hast shed vid and his men came down against blood causeless, or that my lord her; and she met them.
hath avenged himself: but when 21 Now David had said, Surely in the LORD shall have dealt well with vain have I kept all that this fellow my lord, then remember thine handhath in the wilderness, so that nothing maid.
was missed of all that pertained unto 32 | And David said to Abigail, t Ps. 109. 5. him: and he hath requited me evil | * Blessed be the LORD God of Israel, k Gen. 24. 27. Prov. 17. 13. for good. which sent thee this day to meet me:
Ex. 18. 10.
Ps. 41. 13. & u Ruth 1. 17. 22 u So and more also do God unto 33 And blessed be thy advice, and 72. 18. Luke ch. 3. 17. &
1. 68. the enemies of David, if I * leave of blessed be thou, which hast I kept me 20. 13, 16.
1 ver. 26. x ver. 34. all that pertain to him by the morn- this day from coming to shed blood, y 1 Kings 14. ing light y any that pisseth against and from avenging myself with mine . 10. & 21. 21. the wall.
own hand. 2 Kings 9. 8.
23 And when Abigail saw David, 34 For in very deed, as the LORD 1.2 Josh. 15. 18. | she hasted, and a lighted off the ass, God of Israel liveth, which hath Judg. 1. 14.
and fell before David on her face, mkept me back from hurting thee, m ver. 26. and bowed herself to the ground, except thou hadst hasted and come
24 And fell at his feet, and said, to meet me, surely there had n not n ver. 22. Upon me, my lord, upon me let this been left unto Nabal by the morn
iniquity be: and let thine handmaid, ing light any that pisseth against the + Heb. ears. I pray thee, speak in thine + audience,
and hear the words of thine hand- | 35 So David received of her hand
that which she had brought him, and + Heb). lay it 25 Let not my lord, I pray thee, + re- said unto her, "Go up in peace to cl. 20.42. to his heurt.
2 Sam. 15. 9. gard this man of Belial, even Nabal : | thine house; see, I have hearkened 2 Kings 5. 19. || That is, for as his name is, so is he ; !! Nabal to thy voice, and have Paccepted thy
Luke 7.50. & Fool.
8. 48. is his name, and folly is with him : person.
p Gen. 19. 21. but I thine handmaid saw not the | 36 | And Abigail came to Nabal ; young men of my lord, whom thou and, behold, " he held a feast in his q 2 Sam. 18.23. didst send.
house, like the feast of a king; and a 2 Kings 2. 2. | 26 Now therefore, my lord, a as the | Nabal's heart was merry within him, b Gen. 20.6.
Lord liveth, and as thy soul liveth, for he was very drunken: wherefore ver. 33. seeing the Lord hath b withholden she told him nothing, less or more, c Rom. 12. 19.
| thee from coming to shed blood, and until the morning light. + Heb. saving thyself. from tcavenging thyself with thine 37 But it came to pass in the morn
David marrieth Abigail.
He spareth Saul's life.
1h danand into hottle ondt 7. Rom. 12.
B. C. ing, when the wine was gone out of Saul lay, and b Abner the son of Ner, ! B. C. about 1060. | Nabal, and his wife had told him the captain of his host: and Saul lay about 1060. these things, that his heart died in the Il trench, and the people pitch
|| Or, midst of within him, and he became as a ed round about him.
his carriages, stone.
6 Then answered David and said to ch. 17. 20.
b ch. 14. 50. & 38 And it came to pass about ten | Ahimelech the Hittite, and to Abishai bis
17. 55. days after, that the Lord smote Na- the son of Zeruiah, brother to Joab, c 1 Chr. 2. 16. bal, that he died.
saying, Who will d go down with me a Judg. 7. 10, 39 | And when David heard that to Saul to the camp? And Abishai r ver. 32. Nabal was dead, he said, "Blessed said, I will go down with thee. s Prov. 22. 23. be the Lord, that hath Spleaded the 7 So David and Abishai came to the
cause of my reproach from the hand people by night: and, behold, Saul tver. 26, 34. of Nabal, and hath + kept his servant lay sleeping within the trench, and u 1 Kings 2. from evil: for the LORD hath ure- his spear stuck in the ground at his 44. Ps. 7. 16.
turned the wickedness of Nabal upon bolster: but Abner and the people
up, ch. 24. 18.
time. 41 And she arose, and bowed her- 9 And David said to Abishai, Deself on her face to the earth, and said, stroy him not : e for who can stretch e ch. 24. 6, 7.
2 Sam. 1. 16. Ruth 2. 10, Behold, let * thine handmaid be a serv forth his hand against the Lord's an13. 'Prov. 15.
ant to wash the feet of the servants ointed, and be guiltless ?
10 David said furthermore, As the
and rode upon an ass, with five dam- him; or shis day shall come to die; 3. Luke 18. + Heb. at her sels of hers that went tafter her; and or he shall h descend into battle, and feet, ver. 27. she went after the messengers of Da- perish.
& See Gen. 47. vid, and became his wife.
11 i The Lord forbid that I should 29. Deut. 31.
14. Job 7. 1. y Josh. 15. 56. | 43 David also took Ahinoam y of stretch forth mine hand against the
& 14. 5. Ps. z ch. 27. 3. & Jezreel; z and they were also both LORD's anointed: but, I pray thee, 37. 13.
h ch. 31. 6. of them his wives. take thou now the spear that is at:
i ch. 24. 6, 12. a 2 Sam. 3. 14. 44 | But Saul had given a Michal his bolster, and the cruse of water, || Phaltiel, his daughter, David's wife, to l Phalti and let us go. 2 Sam. 3. 15.
| the son of Laish, which was of " Gal- 12 So David took the spear and the b Is. 10.30.
cruse of water from Saul's bolster; CHAPTER XXVI.
and they gat them away, and no man Saul, upon the information of the Ziphites, pursueth saw it, nor knew it, neither awaked : David. 5 David stayeth Abishai from killing Saul,
a k Gen. 2. 21. but taketh his spear and cruse. 13 David reproveth
& 15. 12. Abner, 18 and exhorteth Saul. 21 Saul acknowledgeth his sin.
| upon them.
David hide himself in the hill of a hill afar off; a great space being
2 Then Saul arose, and went down 14 And David cried to the people,
thou that criest to the king ?
people in to destroy the king thy
hast done. As the Lord liveth, ye
sons of death,
2 Sam. 12. 5.' and David beheld the place where anointed. And now see where the
Saul acknowledgeth his sin.
David fleeth unto Achish.
B. C. king's spear is, and the cruse of water 2 And David arose, a and he passed B. C. about 1060. | that was at his bolster.
over with the six hundred men that about 1058. 17 And Saul knew David's voice, were with him bunto Achish, the son
a ch. 25. 13. I ch. 24. 16. and said, 'Is this thy voice, my son of Maoch, king of Gath.
b ch. 21. 10. David ? And David said, It is my 3 And David dwelt with Achish at voice, my lord, O king.
Gath, he and his men, every man m ch. 24. 9, 11. 18 And he said, m Wherefore doth with his household, even David with c ch. 25. 43.
my lord thus pursue after his serv- his two wives, Ahinoam the Jezreel-
my lord the king hear the words of was fled to Gath : and he sought no
his servant. If the LORD have "stir- more again for him. + Heb. smell, red thee up against me, let him tac-| 5 | And David said unto Achish, If Gen. 8. 21. Lev. 26. 31.
cept an offering: but if they be the I have now found grace in thine eyes,
children of men, cursed be they be- let them give me a place in some o Deut. 4. 28. Ps. 120. 5.
fore the LORD; ° for they have driven town in the country, that I may † Heb. cleav me out this day from tabiding in the dwell there : for why should thy serving.
Pinheritance of the Lord, saying, Go, ant dwell in the royal city with P 2 Sam. 14. 16. & 20. 19. serve other gods.
thee? 20 Now therefore, let not my blood 6 Then Achish gave him Ziklag that fall to the earth before the face of day: wherefore a Ziklag pertaineth a See Josh. 15.
31. & 19. 5. the LORD : for the king of Israel is unto the kings of Judah unto this 9 ch. 24. 14. come out to seek 4a flea, as when | day. one doth hunt a partridge in the 7 And † the time that David dwelt | | Heb. the
number of mountains.
in the country of the Philistines was rch. 15. 24. & 21 | Then said Saul, 'I have sinned: 1 + a full year and four months.
+ Heb. a year 24. 17.
of days. return, my son David; for I will no 8 | And David and his men went |
Šee ch. 29. 3, more do thee harm, because my soul up, and invaded e the Geshurites, fand ch. 18.30. was s precious in thine eyes this day : the 11 Gezrites, and the & Amalekites : 1 | Or, Gerzites. behold, I have played the fool, and for those nations were of old the Josh. 13. 2.
f Josh. 16. 10. | inhabitants of the land, has thou | Judg. 1. 29. have erred exceedingly.
22 And David answered and said, goest to Shur, even unto the land of 8 Ex. 17. 16. Behold the king's spear! and let one | Egypt.
h Gen. 25. 18. of the young men come over and 9 And David smote the land, and fetch it.
left neither man nor woman alive, Ps. 7. 8. & 23 The LORD render to every man and took away the sheep, and the 18. 20.
his righteousness and his faithfulness : oxen, and the asses, and the camels,
not make a
road, 8. 24 And, behold, as thy life was much said, Against the south of Judah, and set by this day in mine eyes, so let against the south of i the Jerahmeel-i Şee 1 Chr. 2
9, 25. my life be much set by in the eyes ites, and against the south of k the
k Judg. 1. 16. of the LORD, and let him deliver me Kenites. out of all tribulation.
11 And David saved neither man 25 Then Saul said to David, Bless- nor woman alive, to bring tidings to ed be thou, my son David : thou shalt | Gath, saying, Lest they should tell
both do great things, and also shalt on us, saying, So did David, and so u Gen. 32. 28. still "prevail. So David went on his I will be his manner all the while he way, and Saul returned to his place. dwelleth in the country of the Philis
tines. CHAPTER XXVII.
12 And Achish believed David, sayDavid fleeth to Gath, and Saul seeketh no more for
ing, He hath made his people Israel him. 5 Achish giveth Ziklag to David. 8 He de tutterly to abhor him; therefore he + Heb. to ceiveth Achish.
shall be my servant for ever.
Achish putteth confidence in David. 3 Saul, forsaken
of God, resorteth unto a witch at En-dor. 12 Sam. speedily escape into the land of the uel appeareth, and maketh known to Saul his apPhilistines ; and Saul shall despair of
proaching ruin. me, to seek me any more in any coast AND ait came to pass in those days, a ch. 29. 1. of Israel: so shall I escape out of his A that the Philistines gathered about 1056. hand.
| their armies together for warfare, to
Saul resorteth unto a witch.
Samuel appeareth to him.
B. C. fight with Israel. And Achish said 14 And he said unto her, + What! B. C. about 1056. unto David, Know thou assuredly, form is he of? And she said, An old about 1056.
that thou shalt go out with me to man cometh up; and he is covered
is his form? 2 And David said to Achish, Surely that it was Samuel, and he stooped a ch. 15. 27.
2 Kings 2. 8, thou shalt know what thy servant with his face to the ground, and bow- 13. can do. And Achish said to David, ed himself. Therefore will I make thee keeper of 15 And Samuel said to Saul, Why mine head for ever.
hast thou disquieted me, to bring me b ch. 25. 1. 3 | Now Samuel was dead, and all up? And Saul answered, 'I am sore o Prov. 5. 11,
12. 13. & 14. Israel had lamented him, and buried distressed; for the Philistines make a
him in Ramah, even in his own city. war against me, and P God is departed p ch. 18. 12. c ver. 9. And Saul had put away · those that from me, and 4 answereth me no more, q ver. 6. Ex. 22. 18. Lev. 19. 31. & had familiar spirits, and the wizards, neither + by prophets, nor by dreams: 1 + Heb. by the 20. 27. Deut. out of the land.
therefore I have called thee, that thou 18. 10, 11.
prophets. 4 And the Philistines gathered them- mayest make known unto me what
selves together, and came and pitched I shall do. d Josh. 19. 18. in d Shunem : and Saul gathered all 16 Then said Samuel, Wherefore 2 Kings 4. 8.
Israel together, and they pitched in then dost thou ask of me, seeing the e ch. 31. 1. e Gilboa.
| Lord is departed from thee, and is 5 And when Saul saw the host of become thine enemy? f Job 18. 11. | the Philistines, he was f afraid, and 17 And the Lord hath done Il to him, ' 1 Or, for him| his heart greatly trembled.
Tras he spake by + me : for the LORD Prov. 16. 4. 6 And when Saul inquired of the hath rent the kingdom out of thine + Heb. mine g ch. 14. 37. | LORD, the LORD answered him not, hand, and given it to thy neighbour, non se Prov. 1. 28. Lam. 2. 9. neither by hdreams, nor i by Urim, nor even to David : h Num. 12. 6. by prophets.
| 18 $ Because thou obeyedst not the sch. 15. 9. i Ex. 28. 30.
Y I Then said Saul unto his sery- voice of the LORD, nor executedst his 42. "1 Chr. Num. 27. 21. Deut. 33. 8. ants, Seek me a woman that hath a fierce wrath upon Amalek, therefore 10. 13. Jer.
of the Philistines : and to morrow
came to the woman by night: and tines. k Deut. 18. 11. k he said, I pray thee, divine unto 20 Then Saul + fell straightway all + Heb. made Is. 8. 19. me by the familiar spirit, and bring along on the earth, and was sore afraid, fell with the
me him up, whom I shall name unto because of the words of Samuel : and fulness of his thee.
there was no strength in him ; for he
Behold, thou knowest what Saul hath all the night.
have familiar spirits, and the wizards, and saw that he was sore troubled,
I have tput my life in my hand, and t Judg. 12. 3.
en thou also unto the voice of thine
mayest have strength, when thou go-
he hearkened unto their voice. So he
And the woman said unto Saul, Il 24 And the woman had a fat calf m Ex. 22. 28. saw mgods ascending out of the in the house; and she hasted, and earth.
killed it, and took flour, and kneaded
1 Chr. 10. 13.
The Philistines suspect David.
The Amalekites spoil Zikiag.
B. C. l it, and did bake unleavened bread | Philistines have said, He shall not go! B. C. about 1056. thereof:
up with us to the battle.
about 1056 25 And she brought it before Saul, 10 Wherefore now rise up early in and before his servants; and they did the morning with thy master's seryeat. Then they rose up, and wentants that are come with thee: and away that night.
as soon as ye be up early in
the morning, and have light, de-
11 So David and his men rose up
him, with commendations of his early to depart in the morning, to
| return into the land of the Philisa ch. 28. 1. N OW a the Philistines gathered tines. And the Philistines went up 2 Sam. 4. 4. b ch. 4. 1. I together all their armies b to to Jezreel.
Aphek: and the Israelites pitched
The Amalekites spoil Ziklag. 4 David by God's
direction pursueth them, 11 and recovereth the spoil. sands : but David and his men passed 22 David's law for dividing spoil. 26 He sendeth c ch. 28. 1, 2. on in the rearward with Achish.
presents to his friends. 3 Then said the princes of the Phi- ' AND it came to pass, when Dalistines, What do these Hebrews here? A vid and his men were come to And Achish said unto the princes of Ziklag on the third day, that the the Philistines, Is not this David, the a Amalekites had invaded the south, a See ch. 15. 7.
& 27. 8. servant of Saul the king of Israel, and Ziklag, and smitten Ziklag, and a See ch. 27.7. which hath been with me these days, burned it with fire; e Dan. 6.5. or these years, and I have e found no 2 And had taken the women cap
fault in him since he fell unto me un- tives, that were therein : they slew
not any, either great or small, but
were wroth with him ; and the princes | way.
this fellow return, that he may go the city, and, behold, it was burned
appointed him, and let him not go sons, and their daughters, were taken & As ch. 14. 21. down with us to battle, lest s in the captives.
battle he be an adversary to us : for 4 Then David and the people that
2 Sam. 2. 2. sang one to another in dances, saying, taken captives, Ahinoam the Jezreelh ch. 18. 7. & h Saul slew his thousands, and David itess, and Abigail the wife of Nabal 21. 11. his ten thousands?
the Carmelite. 6 | Then Achish called David, and 6 And David was greatly distressed; said unto him, Surely, as the LORD for the people spake of stoning him, c Ex. 17. 4.
liveth, thou hast been upright, and because the soul of all the people i 2 Sam. 3. 25. , i thy going out and thy coming in was tgrieved, every man for his sons + Heb. bitter, 2 Kings 19.
Judg. 18, 25. with me in the host is good in my and for his daughters : d but David
ch. 1. 10. k ver. 3. sight: for k I have not found evil in encouraged himself in the LORD his 2 Sam. 17. 8.
2 Kings 4. 27. thee since the day of thy coming unto God.
d Ps. 42. 5. & + Heb. thou me unto this day: nevertheless + the way e And David said to Abiathar the 56. 3, 4, 11. 'art not good lords favour thee not.
| priest, Ahimelech's son, I pray thee,
thos in the eyes of
Hab. 3. 17,
a the lords.
Wherefore now return, and go in bring me hither the ephod. And ech. 23. 6, 9. + Heb. do not peace, that thou tuisplease not the Abiathar brought thither the ephod eves of the l lords of the Philistines.
to David. lords.
8 | And David said unto Achish, | 8f And David inquired at the LORD, ch. 23. 2, 4. But what have I done? and what saying, Shall I pursue after this troop?
hast thou found in thy servant so shall I overtake them ? And he an+ Heb. before long as I have been twith thee unto swered him, Pursue : for thou shalt
this day, that I may not go fight surely overtake them, and without
9 So David went, he and the
to David, I know that thou art good him, and came to the brook Besor, 12 Sam. 14. 17,
20. & 19. 27.' | in my sight, 'as an angel of God: where those that were left behind m ver. 4. notwithstanding, m the princes of the stayed.