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  • Saul hurled his spear at David in an attempt to kill him. But David dodged out of the way and escaped into the night, leaving the spear stuck in the wall. - 1 Samuel 19:10

  • Then Saul sent troops to watch David's house. They were told to kill David when he came out the next morning. But Michal, David's wife, warned him, "If you don't get away tonight, you will be dead by morning." - 1 Samuel 19:11

  • When the troops came to arrest David, she told them he was sick and couldn't get out of bed. - 1 Samuel 19:14

  • "Then bring him to me in his bed," Saul ordered, "so I can kill him as he lies there!" And he sent them back to David's house. - 1 Samuel 19:15

  • But when they came to carry David out, they discovered that it was only an idol in the bed with a cushion of goat's hair at its head. - 1 Samuel 19:16

  • So David got away and went to Ramah to see Samuel, and he told him all that Saul had done to him. Then Samuel took David with him to live at Naioth. - 1 Samuel 19:18

  • When the report reached Saul that David was at Naioth in Ramah, - 1 Samuel 19:19

  • Finally, Saul himself went to Ramah and arrived at the great well in Secu. "Where are Samuel and David?" he demanded. "They are at Naioth in Ramah," someone told him. - 1 Samuel 19:22

  • David now fled from Naioth in Ramah and found Jonathan. "What have I done?" he exclaimed. "What is my crime? How have I offended your father that he is so determined to kill me?" - 1 Samuel 20:1

  • Then David took an oath before Jonathan and said, "Your father knows perfectly well about our friendship, so he has said to himself, `I won't tell Jonathan--why should I hurt him?' But I swear to you that I am only a step away from death! I swear it by the LORD and by your own soul!" - 1 Samuel 20:3

  • David replied, "Tomorrow we celebrate the new moon festival. I've always eaten with your father on this occasion, but tomorrow I'll hide in the field and stay there until the evening of the third day. - 1 Samuel 20:5

  • Then David asked, "How will I know whether or not your father is angry?" - 1 Samuel 20:10

  • Then Jonathan told David, "I promise by the LORD, the God of Israel, that by this time tomorrow, or the next day at the latest, I will talk to my father and let you know at once how he feels about you. If he speaks favorably about you, I will let you know. - 1 Samuel 20:12

  • So Jonathan made a covenant with David,* saying, "May the LORD destroy all your enemies!"1 - 1 Samuel 20:16

  • And Jonathan made David reaffirm his vow of friendship again, for Jonathan loved David as much as he loved himself. - 1 Samuel 20:17

  • So David hid himself in the field, and when the new moon festival began, the king sat down to eat. - 1 Samuel 20:24

  • He sat at his usual place against the wall, with Jonathan sitting opposite him* and Abner beside him. But David's place was empty.3 - 1 Samuel 20:25
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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