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  • About that time the Philistines mustered their armies for another war with Israel. King Achish told David, "You and your men will be expected to join me in battle." - 1 Samuel 28:1

  • But the Philistine commanders were angry. "Send him back!" they demanded. "He can't go into the battle with us. What if he turns against us? Is there any better way for him to reconcile himself with his master than by turning on us in battle? - 1 Samuel 29:4

  • But Achish insisted, "As far as I'm concerned, you're as perfect as an angel of God. But my commanders are afraid to have you with them in the battle. - 1 Samuel 29:9

  • Do you think anyone will listen to you when you talk like this? We share and share alike--those who go to battle and those who guard the equipment." - 1 Samuel 30:24

  • On the third day after David's return, a man arrived from the Israelite battlefront. He had torn his clothes and put dirt on his head to show that he was in mourning. He fell to the ground before David in deep respect. - 2 Samuel 1:2

  • "What happened?" David demanded. "Tell me how the battle went." The man replied, "Our entire army fled. Many men are dead and wounded on the battlefield, and Saul and his son Jonathan have been killed." - 2 Samuel 1:4

  • Both Saul and Jonathan killed their strongest foes; they did not return from battle empty-handed. - 2 Samuel 1:22

  • How the mighty heroes have fallen in battle! Jonathan lies dead upon the hills. - 2 Samuel 1:25

  • So Joab and his brother Abishai killed Abner because Abner had killed their brother Asahel at the battle of Gibeon. - 2 Samuel 3:30

  • (Saul's son Jonathan had a son named Mephibosheth,* who was crippled as a child. He was five years old when Saul and Jonathan were killed at the battle of Jezreel. When news of the battle reached the capital, the child's nurse grabbed him and fled. But she fell and dropped him as she was running, and he became crippled as a result.)2 - 2 Samuel 4:4

  • The Ammonite troops drew up their battle lines at the entrance of the city gates, while the Arameans from Zobah and Rehob and the men from Tob and Maacah positioned themselves to fight in the open fields. - 2 Samuel 10:8

  • And when the Ammonites saw the Arameans running, they ran from Abishai and retreated into the city. After the battle was over, Joab returned to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 10:14

  • When David heard what was happening, he mobilized all Israel, crossed the Jordan River, and led the army to Helam. The Arameans positioned themselves there in battle formation and then attacked David. - 2 Samuel 10:17

  • The letter instructed Joab, "Station Uriah on the front lines where the battle is fiercest. Then pull back so that he will be killed." - 2 Samuel 11:15

  • Then Joab sent a battle report to David. - 2 Samuel 11:18

  • He told his messenger, "Report all the news of the battle to the king. - 2 Samuel 11:19

  • So the battle began in the forest of Ephraim, - 2 Samuel 18:6
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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