David

David

 
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  • But David told him, "If you go with me, you will only be a burden. - 2 Samuel 15:33


  • So David's friend Hushai returned to Jerusalem, getting there just as Absalom arrived. - 2 Samuel 15:37


  • David was just past the top of the hill when Ziba, the servant of Mephibosheth,* caught up with him. He was leading two donkeys loaded with two hundred loaves of bread, one hundred clusters of raisins, one hundred bunches of summer fruit, and a skin of wine.1 - 2 Samuel 16:1


  • As David and his party passed Bahurim, a man came out of the village cursing them. It was Shimei son of Gera, a member of Saul's family. - 2 Samuel 16:5


  • "Get out of here, you murderer, you scoundrel!" he shouted at David. - 2 Samuel 16:7


  • Then David said to Abishai and the other officers, "My own son is trying to kill me. Shouldn't this relative of Saul* have even more reason to do so? Leave him alone and let him curse, for the LORD has told him to do it.2 - 2 Samuel 16:11


  • So David and his men continued on, and Shimei kept pace with them on a nearby hillside, cursing as he went and throwing stones at David and tossing dust into the air. - 2 Samuel 16:13


  • When David's friend Hushai the Arkite arrived, he went immediately to see Absalom. "Long live the king!" he exclaimed. "Long live the king!" - 2 Samuel 16:16


  • "Is this the way you treat your friend David?" Absalom asked him. "Why aren't you with him?" - 2 Samuel 16:17


  • Absalom followed Ahithophel's advice, just as David had done. For every word Ahithophel spoke seemed as wise as though it had come directly from the mouth of God. - 2 Samuel 16:23


  • Now Ahithophel urged Absalom, "Let me choose twelve thousand men to start out after David tonight. - 2 Samuel 17:1


  • When we find David, we can descend on him like the dew that falls to the ground, so that not one of his men is left alive. - 2 Samuel 17:12


  • And if David has escaped into some city, you will have the entire army of Israel there at your command. Then we can take ropes and drag the walls of the city into the nearest valley until every stone is torn down." - 2 Samuel 17:13


  • "Quick!" he told them. "Find David and urge him not to stay at the shallows of the Jordan River* tonight. He must go across at once into the wilderness beyond. Otherwise he will die and his entire army with him."2 - 2 Samuel 17:16


  • Jonathan and Ahimaaz had been staying at En-rogel so as not to be seen entering and leaving the city. Arrangements had been made for a servant girl to bring them the message they were to take to King David. - 2 Samuel 17:17


  • But a boy saw them leaving En-rogel to go to David, and he told Absalom about it. Meanwhile, they escaped to Bahurim, where a man hid them inside a well in his courtyard. - 2 Samuel 17:18


  • Then the two men crawled out of the well and hurried on to King David. "Quick!" they told him, "cross the Jordan tonight!" And they told him how Ahithophel had advised that he be captured and killed. - 2 Samuel 17:21
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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