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  • "All right," David replied. "My decision is that you and Ziba will divide your land equally between you." - 2 Samuel 19:29

  • So all the people crossed the Jordan with the king. After David had blessed and embraced him, Barzillai returned to his own home. - 2 Samuel 19:39

  • Then a troublemaker named Sheba son of Bicri, a man from the tribe of Benjamin, blew a trumpet and shouted, "We have nothing to do with David. We want no part of this son of Jesse. Come on, you men of Israel, let's all go home!" - 2 Samuel 20:1

  • So the men of Israel deserted David and followed Sheba. But the men of Judah stayed with their king and escorted him from the Jordan River to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 20:2

  • Then David said to Abishai, "That troublemaker Sheba is going to hurt us more than Absalom did. Quick, take my troops and chase after him before he gets into a fortified city where we can't reach him." - 2 Samuel 20:6

  • One of Joab's young officers shouted to Amasa's troops, "If you are for Joab and David, come and follow Joab." - 2 Samuel 20:11

  • All I want is a man named Sheba son of Bicri from the hill country of Ephraim, who has revolted against King David. If you hand him over to me, we will leave the city in peace." "All right," the woman replied, "we will throw his head over the wall to you." - 2 Samuel 20:21

  • Joab once again became the commander of David's army. Benaiah son of Jehoiada was commander of the king's bodyguard. - 2 Samuel 20:23

  • Ira the Jairite was David's personal priest. - 2 Samuel 20:26

  • There was a famine during David's reign that lasted for three years, so David asked the LORD about it. And the LORD said, "The famine has come because Saul and his family are guilty of murdering the Gibeonites." - 2 Samuel 21:1

  • So King David summoned the Gibeonites. They were not part of Israel but were all that was left of the nation of the Amorites. Israel had sworn not to kill them, but Saul, in his zeal, had tried to wipe them out. - 2 Samuel 21:2

  • David asked them, "What can I do for you to make amends? Tell me so that the LORD will bless his people again." - 2 Samuel 21:3

  • "Well, money won't do it," the Gibeonites replied. "And we don't want to see the Israelites executed in revenge." "What can I do then?" David asked. "Just tell me and I will do it for you." - 2 Samuel 21:4

  • David spared Jonathan's son Mephibosheth,* who was Saul's grandson, because of the oath David and Jonathan had sworn before the LORD.2 - 2 Samuel 21:7

  • When David learned what Rizpah, Saul's concubine, had done, - 2 Samuel 21:11

  • So David brought the bones of Saul and Jonathan, as well as the bones of the men the Gibeonites had executed. - 2 Samuel 21:13

  • Once again the Philistines were at war with Israel. And when David and his men were in the thick of battle, David became weak and exhausted. - 2 Samuel 21:15
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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