David

David

 
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  • Then others began coming--men who were in trouble or in debt or who were just discontented--until David was the leader of about four hundred men. - 1 Samuel 22:2


  • Later David went to Mizpeh in Moab, where he asked the king, "Would you let my father and mother live here under royal protection until I know what God is going to do for me?" - 1 Samuel 22:3


  • The king agreed, and David's parents stayed in Moab while David was living in his stronghold. - 1 Samuel 22:4


  • One day the prophet Gad told David, "Leave the stronghold and return to the land of Judah." So David went to the forest of Hereth. - 1 Samuel 22:5


  • "Listen here, you men of Benjamin!" Saul shouted when he heard the news. "Has David promised you fields and vineyards? Has he promised to make you commanders in his army? - 1 Samuel 22:7


  • Is that why you have conspired against me? For not one of you has ever told me that my own son is on David's side. You're not even sorry for me. Think of it! My own son--encouraging David to try and kill me!" - 1 Samuel 22:8


  • Then Doeg the Edomite, who was standing there with Saul's men, spoke up. "When I was at Nob," he said, "I saw David talking to Ahimelech the priest. - 1 Samuel 22:9


  • Ahimelech consulted the LORD to find out what David should do. Then he gave David food and the sword of Goliath the Philistine." - 1 Samuel 22:10


  • "Why have you and David conspired against me?" Saul demanded. "Why did you give him food and a sword? Why have you inquired of God for him? Why did you encourage him to revolt against me and to come here and attack me?" - 1 Samuel 22:13


  • "But sir," Ahimelech replied, "is there anyone among all your servants who is as faithful as David, your son-in-law? Why, he is the captain of your bodyguard and a highly honored member of your household! - 1 Samuel 22:14


  • And he ordered his bodyguards, "Kill these priests of the LORD, for they are allies and conspirators with David! They knew he was running away from me, but they didn't tell me!" But Saul's men refused to kill the LORD's priests. - 1 Samuel 22:17


  • Only Abiathar, one of the sons of Ahimelech, escaped and fled to David. - 1 Samuel 22:20


  • When he told David that Saul had killed the priests of the LORD, - 1 Samuel 22:21


  • David exclaimed, "I knew it! When I saw Doeg there that day, I knew he would tell Saul. Now I have caused the death of all your father's family. - 1 Samuel 22:22


  • One day news came to David that the Philistines were at Keilah stealing grain from the threshing floors. - 1 Samuel 23:1


  • David asked the LORD, "Should I go and attack them?" "Yes, go and save Keilah," the LORD told him. - 1 Samuel 23:2


  • But David's men said, "We're afraid even here in Judah. We certainly don't want to go to Keilah to fight the whole Philistine army!" - 1 Samuel 23:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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