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  • "How do you know that Saul and Jonathan are dead?" David demanded. - 2 Samuel 1:5

  • "So I killed him," the Amalekite told David, "for I knew he couldn't live. Then I took his crown and one of his bracelets so I could bring them to you, my lord." - 2 Samuel 1:10

  • David and his men tore their clothes in sorrow when they heard the news. - 2 Samuel 1:11

  • Then David said to the young man who had brought the news, "Where are you from?" And he replied, "I am a foreigner, an Amalekite, who lives in your land." - 2 Samuel 1:13

  • "Were you not afraid to kill the LORD's anointed one?" David asked. - 2 Samuel 1:14

  • Then David said to one of his men, "Kill him!" So the man thrust his sword into the Amalekite and killed him. - 2 Samuel 1:15

  • "You die self-condemned," David said, "for you yourself confessed that you killed the LORD's anointed one." - 2 Samuel 1:16

  • Then David composed a funeral song for Saul and Jonathan. - 2 Samuel 1:17

  • After this, David asked the LORD, "Should I move back to Judah?" And the LORD replied, "Yes." Then David asked, "Which town should I go to?" And the LORD replied, "Hebron." - 2 Samuel 2:1

  • David's wives were Ahinoam from Jezreel and Abigail, the widow of Nabal from Carmel. So David and his wives - 2 Samuel 2:2

  • Then Judah's leaders came to David and crowned him king over the tribe of Judah. When David heard that the men of Jabesh-gilead had buried Saul, - 2 Samuel 2:4

  • Ishbosheth was forty years old when he became king, and he ruled from Mahanaim for two years. Meanwhile, the tribe of Judah remained loyal to David. - 2 Samuel 2:10

  • David made Hebron his capital, and he ruled as king of Judah for seven and a half years. - 2 Samuel 2:11

  • About the same time, Joab son of Zeruiah led David's troops from Hebron, and they met Abner at the pool of Gibeon. The two groups sat down there, facing each other from opposite sides of the pool. - 2 Samuel 2:13

  • The two armies then began to fight each other, and by the end of the day Abner and the men of Israel had been defeated by the forces of David. - 2 Samuel 2:17

  • Joab, Abishai, and Asahel, the three sons of Zeruiah, were among David's forces that day. Asahel could run like a deer, - 2 Samuel 2:18

  • That was the beginning of a long war between those who had been loyal to Saul and those who were loyal to David. As time passed David became stronger and stronger, while Saul's dynasty became weaker and weaker. - 2 Samuel 3:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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