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UiviimarrittiMicitl. Chap, lit.. JonttbttHtourttfytokim. bare* and nude him hia captain over a went foath, fv<ttl David behaved himself thousand: and he went out, and came in mote wisely rhan all the servants of Saul i before the people. so that bis name was much set by.

14 And David behaved hrmsalfwiselyin c H A I\ XIX.

all hi* ways, j and the Lord U41 with him. 1 Stulipurpost to kjll Vivid it prtvtntti

■; Wbeietbre when Saul saw that he by MiibiUtUyin* «n ififgsi* tbtbtd. hehaved hiaiself very wisely, be was afraid A Nd Saul IpÆe to Jonathan hu sea, of him. jsYand to all his setvants,thatthey lhould

16 But all Israel and iudah loved David , kill David, because he went out and came in besoic a But Jonathan Sauls son delightedmuch them. in David : and Jonathan lold David, fiy

i7flAndSaulsaidtoDavid/Behold, my ing, Saul my father ieckeih to kill thee 1 elder daughter Merab,hei will I give thee now therefore, 1 pray thee, tako betd to to wife, cnl? be thou valiant for me, and thy self until the morning, and abide in a fight the Lords battles :for Saul said,Let lectet plsct, and hide thy self: not mine hand be upon him, but let the a And f will go out and stand beside my hand of the Philistines be upon him. fatherin the held where thou art, and I

18 And David said uato Saul, Who *f» will commune with my father of thee | I? and what u my life, or my fa- and whai 1 see, that I will tell thee, mily in Israel, that 1 lhould be son in- 4 <( And Jonathan spake good of David law to ihe king I unto Saul his father, and laid unto htm,

19 But it came to pass,at the time when Let not the king tia against bia servant, Merab Sauls daughter should have been againll David : iiecaufe he hath not sinned

Jivcn to David, that Ihe was given unto againll thee, and because bis works driel the Meholathite to wife. ^ tun to thee ward very good.

And Michal Sauls daughter loved f For hedid puthisiife inhilhand,and

David :and they teld Saul, and Ihe flew the Philiiiiuc,and the Lord wrought

tljing pleased him. a great salvation tor all Israel: thou saw

11 And Saul said, I will give him her, est rr, and didlt rejoice : wherefore then

that Ihe may be a- snare to him, and that wilt thou sin againit innocent blood.to flay

the hand of the Philistines may be against David without a cause i

him.Wherefore Saoi said to David, Thou 6 And Saul hearkened unto the voice of

Stale this day be my son in law, in tatou* Jonathan : and Saul swtre, Al tit Lord

•/ the twain. liveth, he shall not he stain.

aisjAnd Saul commanded bis servants, 7 And Jonathan called David, and Jo

siying. Commune with David fecrctly,and nathansliewed him .all those things: and

lay, behold, the king hath delight in thee, Jonathan brought David to Saul, and he

atsd all his servants love thee; now there- was in his presence, as in times past,

fore be the kings son in law. 8 And there was war again: and David

1} And Saula lervanta spake those words went out, and fought with the Philistines,

in the ears of David : and David said, and stew them witsl a great slaughter, and

Seemeth it to you a light thins to be a they lied from him,

kings son in law, seeing that lust poor 9 And the evil spirit frsm the Lord

auan, and lightly esteemed? was upon Saul, as he lat in his bouse with

14 And the servants of Saul told him, hiajayelin in his hand; and David played faying, ontt.is manner spake David. with ois hand.

15 And Saul laid, Thus shall ye fay to 10 And Saul sought to smite David,even David ; The king deufethnot anydowryj 10 the wall with the javelin, but he stipe but ao hundred foreskins of the Philistines, away out ot Sauls presence, and he smote to be avenged of the kings enemies. But the javelin into the wall: and David tied, Saul thought to make David fall by the and clcapedthat night.

hand 01 the Philistines. 11 Saul also sent messengers unto Davids

x6 And when his servants told David house, to watch him,and to slay him in the

these words, it pleased David well to be morning: and Michal Davids wife told

kings son'"'

the kings ion in law 1 and the days were him, saying, if thou save not thy life to

cot expired. night, to murrgw thou flialt be (lain.

»7 Whetcsore David arose and went,he 1 a So Michal let David down through

and hismeo,and slewof thePbilistines two a window: and he went and tied, and

hundred men t and David brought their escaped.

tbreskines, and they gave them in full tale 13 And Michal took an image,and laid

to toe king i that he might be the kings if in the bed, and put a pillow of goata

son in law : and Saul gave him Michal his b*ir tot his bolster, and covered it with a

daughter to wife. ctoath. . .,,:

ill Yl And Saul saw and knew that the 14 And when Saul sent messengers t*

LORD »«« withcavid, and that Michal take David, ihe laid, He u sick.

Sauls daughter loved him. 1$ And Saul sent the metlengers ajaro

19 And Saul was yet the more afraid of to lee David, faying, Bring him up to me

David: And Saul became Davids enemy in the bed, that 1 may slay him.

continually. 16 And when the messengers were come

30 Then the princes of the Philistines in, behold, ibtrt w*t an image in the bed»

went sett!) I And it came to pals after they with a pillow ot goats Oair.tor his bolster.

K 4 17 And

Vsvidi covenant i iv* ■' I-Samuel.1 w/t£ Jonatban.

•>y And Saul said unto M?chal,Whyhast , 8 Therefore thou shalt deal kindly with'

thou deceived me so, and sent away mine thy servant: sor thou hast brought thy

enemy, that he is escaped? and Michal servant into a covenant of the Lord with

answered Saul he said unto me, Let me thee: notwithstanding, if there be in me

go : why stiouldI kill thee > iniquity, stay me thy self; for why shoul

t8 H So David fled, and escaped, and deft thou bring me to thy father?'

came to Samuel to Raman, android him 9 And Jonathan said, Far be it from

all that Saul had done to him: and he,an Samuel went and dwelt in Naioth,

19 And it was to'd Saul, siving,Behold, David M at Naioth in Ramah.

10 And Saul sent messengers to take IJavid : ard when they (aw the company of the prophets prophesying, and Samuel standing *\ appointed over them, the Spirit of God was upon the mesT:ngers of Saul, and they also prophesied.

xt And when it was told Saul, he sent ether meffen^ers.and they prophesied likewise { and Saul sent messengers again the third time, and they prophesied also.

ai Then went he also to Ramah, and came to a great well thai it in Sechu : and be asked and said, Where art Samuel and

thee 1 lor if I knew certainly, that evil were determined by my father to come upon thee, then would not I tell it thee?

10 Then said David to Icnathan, Who inall tell me? or what if thy fatter answer thee roughly?

n *1 And Jonathan said unto David, Come, and let us go out into the field. And they went out both of them into the field.1

12 And Jonathan said unto David, O Lord God of Israel, when I have sounded my father, about to morrow any time, or the third day, end behold, if there be good toward David, and 1 then fend not unto thee, and ihew it thee j

11 The Lord do so and much more to Jonathan j but is it please my father to do

bavid? And tii'todi'fictoid'&y'hn: tlTee^cvi'vtTen'l milI Ihew 'it tKee,and Naioth in Raman. 'sen* thee away, that thou mayest go in

x$ And he v/ent Ibftte* to Naioth in" Ramah: and the Spitttof God w»s upon him also, and he went on :.m propheued, until he cam to Naioth in Ramati:

14 And he strip! oft his cloaths also,and prophesied before Samuel sn likemanner, andlaydown naked all that day, and all this night: wherefore- they say, It Saul also among the prophets?

C H A IV XX. 1 David eon/ultetbveitb Jonathan for bit safety.

AN j David tied fromNaioth in Ramah, and came and said before Jonathan, What have I done I what it mine iniquity? and what it my sin before thy father, that he seeketh my life?

x And he said unto him. God forbid; thoufhaltcot die I Behold, my lather will do nothing either great or small, but that he will ihew itme : and why should myfat! er hu.c this thing from me r it it not/o.

; And David i ware moreover^nd said, Thy father certainly knoweth that I have found graee in thine eyes ; and he faith, Let not Jonathan krow this lest he be erjeved : but truly dt the Lord liveth, and *ithy foul liveth, tben it but a step between me and dea'.h.

A Then said Jonathan unto David,Whaffoever thy soul desireth, I will even do it for thee.

I And David said unto Jonathan, Behold, to morrow it the new moon, and I should not sail to fit with the king at meat: but let me go, that I may hide my self in the sieH un:o the third day at even. 6 If thy father at asl miss me. then fay,

peace-; andthe-LORD be with thee, as he hath been with my lather.

H And thou shalt not only while yet I live, sliew me the kindness of the Lord, that I die not:

15 But *l/o thou shalt not cut off thy kindness trom my house for ever: no not when the Lord bath cut off the enemies of Dvvidj every one from the face of the earth.

16 So Jonathan made * covenant with the house of David .sayings Let the LoR» even require it at the hand of Davids enemies.

17 And Jonathan caused David to swear again because he loved him: sor he loved him as he loved his own foul:

18 Then Jonathan said to David, To morrow w the newmoen : and thou shalt be misted, because thy seat will be empty.

19 And robin thou hast stayed three days, titn thou shalt go down quickly, and come to the place where thou didst bide thy self, when the business was in bandy and shalt remain by the stone Eze! •

so And I wilt shoot three arrows on the side tbertefi As though I shot at a mark.

11 And behold, 1 will send a \id7saytngt Go, find out the arrows. Ifl expreflyfay unto the lad,Behold,the arrows are on this side of thee, take them; then come thou, for there it peace to thee: and no hart, at the Lord liveth.

11 But if 1 fay thus unto the young man, Behold, the arrows are beyond thee r go thy way, for the Lord hath fens thee away.

U And attaching the matter which

David earnestly asked leave of me, that' thouand I have spoken of, behold, the

he might run to Beth-lehem hiscity : sot tbereii a yeaily saetisice there for all the family. . ri* I

7 If he say thus, It U well ; thy servant inall have peace: but' if he be very wroth, tbtn be sure that evil ii determined by him,

Lord be between thee aad me for ever.

3.4. So David hid himself in the field-, and when the new moon was come, die king fat him down to eat meat.

15 And the king lat upon his feat, as at other tunes even upon a seat by the s David obtainetb , Chap, xsi; hallowed bread,

wall, and Jonathan arsse and Ahne* lat 4* And Jonathan said to David, Go in by Sauls side, and Davids place was emp- peace, forasmuch as we have (worn bota tv, ofu*in the Name of the Lord, faying,

16 Nevertheless,SauHpakenetany thing The Lord be between me and thee, and that day: for he thought,Some thirghath between my feed, and thy feed for erer. bet's I-eh him. i.e rr notciean j iureiy he it And he.arose and departed : and Jonathan Dot clean. 'went into the city.

%7 And it camp to pass on the morrow, CHAP. XXI*

wbitbrvai the second day of the month, I Vavidabtainttb of jihimeltcb balloted that Davids place was empty: and Saul bread. 8 Hctafytb Goliabiswcrd. 10 Hi said unto Jonathan his Ion, Wheretore Jtjgmth bivytsttfmad. cometh no; trie son of JriVe to meat, nci- **T"'i:ien came DividtoNob, to Ahimether yesterday nor to- day I J. lech the priest: and Ahimelech was

18 And Jonathan answered Saul, Di- afraid at the meeting of David, and (aid vid earnestly asked leave of me so go to onto him. Why art theu alone, and no Beth-Iehem: » man withthee?

*9 And he said, let me go, I pray thee, , 2 And David (aid unto Ahimelech tf 0 for our family ha:h a lacrificeinthecity, priest, Tae king f.ath commanded me a *nd mv brother, he hath commanded me business, and hath laid unto me. Let no to bt tbert-y and now if I have found fa- man know any thing of the business wherevour in thineeyei, let me pet away,! pray about I ftnd thee, and *hat I have tornthee, and lee my brethren: therefore he manded thee: and 1 have appointed mj comethnotuntothe king! table. servants 10 Inch and such a place.

3oThenS3u!sangerwaskiniledagainst 3 Now therefore what is under thine Jonathan, and he laid unto him, Ttiou Ion hand? give me five loavet of bread in ot the perverse rebellious worn-in, do not mine hand, or what there is present. 1 know that thou halt chosen the son of 4 Ard the prielt answered David, a^d Jesse to thine own co&fusio*}* and unto the said,Tiers rVno common bread unaer mine contusion of thy^mothersnakedness? band, "but there is hallowed bread j it the

31 For as long as the son of Jesle liverh young men have kept themselves at leafs, upon the ground, thou shalt not beefra- from women,

blithed,nor thy Kingdom: wherefore now c And David answered-the priest, and) send and fetch him unto me, for he Hull said uoto him,Ot a truth.womeniwe been surely d\e. kept from us aboat these three days, £nce

31 And Jonathan answered Saul his fa- 1 came out, and the vessels of the young thcr, and laid unto him, Wheieforc lhall men are holy, and tbebreadis in a manbe be slain? Whatbath he done? ner common, yea, though it were fandtw

13 And Saul cast a javilin at him to fled this day in the veflel. finite him: whereby Jonathan knew that 6 So the priest gave him hallowed breads it was determined of his father M stay Da- for there wss no bread there, but the vid. lhew- bread that wa> taken from before

34 So Jonathan arose from the table in the Lord, to put hot bread in the day fierce anger, anddid eat no meat the se- whenit was tak n away. ■ cond day of the month: for he was grie- l 7 Now a certain man of the servants of Ted for David, because his father had Saul uui there that day, detained before done him shame. the Lobdj 2nd hi* name Tp** noeg an

3j Vi Anditcame to passin the morn- Edomite,thechie!estof the heroines ti:at ing, that Jonathan went outintothc field btlongettio Saul.

at the time appointed with pivid, and a . H 1] Andoavid said onto Ahimelech, And little lad with tiim. is there not here under thine hand Ipcar or

36 Andhe said unto hislad, Run, find otit s*ord i for 1 have neither brought my now the arrows which 1 shoot. WnJasthc sword, nor my weapons with me, because lid ran, he fhotan arrow b:yond him. the kings bulincfsrecjuired haite.

37 Andwhenthe lad was come to the 9 And the priest said, The (word of Goplace of the arrow which Jonathan had liath the i'ml'ltine, whom thou sleweit in lhot, Jonathan cried alter the lad, and -the valley of Elan, Behold, it it here wrapt said. Is Dot tDe arrow beyond thee? . in a cloath behindthe ephod: Ifrl.ou wilt ■38 And Jonathan cried after the led, take that, take it: for there 11 no other Make speed, taste, stay not. And J on a- save that here. And David said, Tiers it than* lad garnered up the arrows, and none like that, give it me. came to his master. . 10 And D"idarose, and fled that diy

39 But thelad knew not any thing: only for fear ot baul, and went to Achiih the Jonathan and David knew the matter. kingcf Gash.

4 c And Jonathangave his aitillaryunto 11 And the servants of Achisti said unto ■* his lad, and l aid unto him, Go carry tbtm him, lr not this David the king of the to the city. land ? did they not ling one to another of

41 1t And assoon as the lad was gone, him in dances, faying, baul hath slain his David arose out of * place toward the thousands and David ms ten thoulands? _ weth, and fell on his face 10 the ground, ix And r>avid laid up these wordsin his and bowed himself three times; And thev heatt, ma was lore afraid olAcmlh the kissed one another, and wept one wilt *• K nt us Oath, cotter, uwil,Ua¥idwecde<U i t . Kf »*

VS&dCtttsation, I Samuefj Sault cowwnflA.

t1 And he changed his behaviour be- ye conspired against me, thou and the fern

en his beard. in wait, as at this Day?

i4Then said Achish untobis servants, 14 Then Ahimelech answered theking

Lo, you seethe man is mad: Wherefore and said, ar d who ii/b faithful among all

tben have ye brought him lo me? thy lervants, as David, which iethc kings

i s Have I need of mad men, that ye son in law, and goeth at thy bidding, and

nave brought this ftltovo to play the mad- ii honourable in thine house?

man in my presence? shalt this jttiow jy Did 1 then begin to enquire of God

•erne into my bouse? for him? be it far from me: let not the

C H A P. XXII. king impute any thing unto bis seivant,

g Companies rtfortunto Vavidat Adttllam 00r to all the house ot my father: for thy

0, Voeg accufetb Abimtltcb 1% saul torn- servant know nothing of all this, less or

mandttb to Qll tie pr?0t. more.

BAvid therefore departed thence, and 16 And the king said, Thou stialt surely

escaped to the cave Adullam : and die, Ahimelech, thou, and all thy fathers

1 his brethren,and all his fathers house bouse,

heard it* they went down thither to him. 17 And the king said unto the soot men

x And every one*4<fw*iin distress, that stoed about him, Turn and slay the

and everyone that w*f in debt: and every priests of the Lord ; because their hand

vBetb*tve*i discontent ed gathered them- also fr with David, and because thev knew

selves unto him, and he became a captain when he tied, and did not shew it to me

ever them; and there were with him a- Bit the servants of the king would not put

Jtoit (bur hundred men. forth their hand to fall upon the priests

a And David went thenre so Miapeh ofthe Loud.

of Moab: and he said unto the king of 18 And the king said to Doeg, Turn thou

Moab, Let my father and my mother, I and tali upon tha priests. And Doeg the

pray thee, come forth, and h with you, Edomite turned, and he fell upon the

till 1 know what God will do,for me. priests, and stew on that day fourscore and

4 And he brought them before the king five persons that did wear a Iinnen-epbod.

•f Moab: and they dwelt with him all tht 19 And Nob. the city of the priests

while that David was in the hold* smote he with the edge of the I word, both

< "fi And the prophet Gad said unto Da- men and Women, children, and sucklings,

vie. Abide not in the hold,depart, and act and oxen, and asses, arid sheep, with the

thee into ? [and of Judah. Then David dc- edge of the sword,

pane1 andcayie intotheforreltof Hareth. xofl And one of the sons of Ahimelech

6 * When Saul heard that David was dis- the son of Ahitub, named Abiathei, esca

covered, and the men that mre with htm, ped an j tied after David,

(now Saul abode in Gibeab under a tree ir And ASiather shewed David, that

in Ramah, having his spear in his hand, & Saul had slain the Lords priests.

aHbis servants w*re standing about him.) 11 And David said unto Abjarher, 1

7 Then Saul said unto his servants, that knew it that day .when Doeig the Edomite stood about him,Hear now,ye Benjamites, vat there that he would surely tell Saul: Will the son »t Jefle give every one of I have occasioned tht dtatb of ill the peryou fields, and vineyards, and make you sons of thy fathers house.

all captains of thousands, and captains of 13 Abide thou with me: fear not: for

hundreds: he that feeketh my life, feeketh thy life:

8 That all ofyou have conspired against but with methwjbalt hi in safeguard, me, and tbtrtu none thai fhewethme that CHAP. XXIII.

my son bath made a league with the son of 1 David enquiring of tbe 10RD, rtstuttb

Jesse, and tbtrt U none ofyou that is sorry K*U*b.

lor me, or fheweth unto me that my son '"■"*• Hen they told David, saying. Behold,

hath stirred up my servant against me, to 1 the Pntfrstines fight against Keilahi

tie in wait as at thisday? and they rob the thresh ng floors.

olt Then ans wered Doeg the Edomite* x Therefore David enquired of the {which was set over the servants of Saul) Lord, saying, Shall 1 go and smite these and said, I saw the son of Jesse coming to Philistines? And the Lord said unto DaNob, to Ahimelech the son cs Ahitub. vid, Go, and smite the Philistines, and

10 And he enquired of the Lorb, for saveKeiiah.

him: and gave him victuals, and gave % And Davids men said unto him, Be

him the sword of Gotiau the Philistine. held, we be afraid here in Judab: bow

it Then the king sent to call Ahimelech much more then if we come to Keilah, a

the priest the son of Abitub, and all Jus fa- against the armies of the Philistines?

thers house, the priests that wen in Nobs 4 Then David enqired of the LoSD

and theycameall of them to the king. yetagain: and the Lorb answered him.

tit, . , S?ul f>id>Hear now,thou son and laid, Arise, godownto Keilab : fer

nd hc Here I *wi, I will deliver the Philistines into thins

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Vtvii (arsuti. Chap, xxiri A Hit imucmcf.

toi sought with the Philistines, and is, and who hath seen him there: sot ilia

brought away their cattle, and smote then told me tbtt he dealeth veiy subtiliy.

withagreatflaughteri so David saved the See therefore aid take knowledge

inhabitants of Keijab, of ail the lurking places, where he hideth

6 Aod it came to pass when Abiathet himself, and come ye again to me with the the son of Abimeleeh fled to David to certainty, and 1 will go with you: and it Keilah. tl*t he came down tn'tian cpbod shall come to pals.if he he in the land.that in his hand. 1 will search him oat throughout all the

7 fl And it was told Saul that David was thousands o Jud ah.

come toKeitab : and Saul said, God bath 14 And they arose, and went to Ziph

delivered him into mine hand: tor he is before Saal: but David and his men wtrt

shut in, by eixring into a town that hath in the wilderness of Maon, in the plain on

gates and ban. the south of JrlhiuioB.

8 And Saul called all the people toge- ac Saul also and his men went to seek ther to war, to go down to Keilah, to be- him, and they cold David 1 wherefore he siege David and his men. ■ came down into a rock, and 1 bode in the

9 U And David knew that Soul secaetly wilderness of Maon a-and when Saul heard

Practised mischief against him: and hi titt, he pursued at ter David in the wil

aid to Abiathet the priest. Bring hithct derness of Maori1.

the ephod. 16 And Saul went on this fide of the

lOThen said David, o Lord Godof Is- mountain, and David and his men onthat

rael, thy servant hath certainly heard that side of the mountain: and David made

Saul seeheth to come to Keilah, to destroy hade to get away sot fear ot Saul; foi

the city for my sake. Saul and his men compassed David and his

11 Will the men of Keilah deliver me men found about to take them,

epinto his hand ? win Saul come down as a.7 11 But there came a messenger unto

thy servant hath heard? O Lord God of Saul, faymg.Haste thee and comer for the

Israel,! beseech thee tell thy servant. And Philistines have invaded the land,

the LORD said, He will come down. 18 Wherefore saul returned frompur

11 Then laid David, Will the men of suing after David, and went against the

Keilah deliver me and my men into the Philistines : therefore they called that

hand of Saul ? and the LORD said, They place Sela-hammah lekoth.

will deliver tku up. to «f And David went up from thence,

i? 11 Then David and bis men, wtlti and dwelt in strong holds at Engedi. Vfert about fix hundred, arose and departed CHAP. XXIV. out of Keilah, and went whithersoever lD*v*dtuttojfS*tiliiWn,fftrtthlHillfu they could go: and it was told Saul that 8 Hi ittwttb tttrtir tit iitnottnej. David was escaped from Kcilah, and he A Nd it came to pass, when Saul was reTor bear to go forth. t\ turned from following the Philistine*.

14 And David abode in the wilderness that it wastold him, faying. Behold,D*> in strong holds, and remained in a moun- vid it in the wilderness of En gedi. tain in the wilderness of Ziph: and Saul z Then Saul took three thousand cbosought him every day, but God delivered sen men out of all Israel, and went to leek him not into his hand. David and his men upon the rocks of the

15 And David saw that Saul was come wild goata.

out to seek bis life i and David war in (he 3 And he cameto the sheep-cotes by the

wildercessof Ziph in a wood. way, where mu a cave, and taul went in

16 And Jonathan Sauls son arose, and tocovet his feet: and David andhismeo went to David into the wood,and strength- remained inthelides of the cave, ened bis hand in God. 4 And the men of David said unto him;

, 17 And he said unto him, Peat not: for Beliold the day of which the LOR.D said

the hand of Saul my father shall not rind npto thee, Behold, I will deliver thine

thee, and thou shalt be king over Israel, enemy into thine hand, that thou mayefl

and I shall be next unto thee; and that also do to him, as it shall seem good unto thee.

Saul my father knoweth. Then David aro.se, and cut off the skirt of

18 And they two madeacovenant before Sauls robe prively.

the Lord : and David abode in the wood 5 And it ca me to pass afterward, that

and Jonathan went to his house. Davids heart smote him, because be had

19 1 Then came up theZiphiiesto Saul cut ctT Sauls akin. . "-."'I

ro Gibcah, faying, Doth not David hide 6 And he laid unto his men. The T.oRB>

himself with us in st one holds in the forbid thatl Biou!d d.o.fhil thiqg unto my

wood, in the hill of Hachilab, which ii oo mailer, the Lords anointed, to stretch

the south os Jesh iraon? forth mine hand against him, seeing he U

10 Now therefore, O king, come down, the anointed of the Lord. .... according to all the delire of thy soul to 7 So David stayed hit servantswith these come down, and our part shall be to deli- words,and suffered them not to rise against ver him into the kings hand. Saul 1 but Saul rose Ud out of the cave, and

at And Saul said. Blessed hi ye of the went on »lt way.

LORD a for ye have compassion 00 me. 8 David also arose afterward, and went ix Go. I pray you, prepare yet, and out of the cave, and cried after Saul, sayknow aed see hut place where bis haunt iDg, My lotdthe king. And when Sata

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