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  • Then the Israelite army returned and plundered the deserted Philistine camp. - 1 Samuel 17:53

  • But something happened when the victorious Israelite army was returning home after David had killed Goliath. Women came out from all the towns along the way to celebrate and to cheer for King Saul, and they sang and danced for joy with tambourines and cymbals.*1 - 1 Samuel 18:6

  • But all Israel and Judah loved David because he was so successful at leading his troops into battle. - 1 Samuel 18:16

  • "Who am I, and what is my family in Israel that I should be the king's son-in-law?" David exclaimed. "My father's family is nothing!" - 1 Samuel 18:18

  • Have you forgotten about the time he risked his life to kill the Philistine giant and how the LORD brought a great victory to Israel as a result? You were certainly happy about it then. Why should you murder an innocent man like David? There is no reason for it at all!" - 1 Samuel 19:5

  • 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

  • And David prayed, "O LORD, God of Israel, I have heard that Saul is planning to come and destroy Keilah because I am here. - 1 Samuel 23:10

  • Will the men of Keilah surrender me to him?* And will Saul actually come as I have heard? O LORD, God of Israel, please tell me." And the LORD said, "He will come."1 - 1 Samuel 23:11

  • "Don't be afraid," Jonathan reassured him. "My father will never find you! You are going to be the king of Israel, and I will be next to you, as my father is well aware." - 1 Samuel 23:17

  • an urgent message reached Saul that the Philistines were raiding Israel again. - 1 Samuel 23:27

  • So Saul chose three thousand special troops from throughout Israel and went to search for David and his men near the rocks of the wild goats. - 1 Samuel 24:2

  • Who is the king of Israel trying to catch anyway? Should he spend his time chasing one who is as worthless as a dead dog or a flea? - 1 Samuel 24:14

  • And now I realize that you are surely going to be king, and Israel will flourish under your rule. - 1 Samuel 24:20

  • Now Samuel died, and all Israel gathered for his funeral. They buried him near his home at Ramah. Then David moved down to the wilderness of Maon.*1 - 1 Samuel 25:1

  • When the LORD has done all he promised and has made you leader of Israel, - 1 Samuel 25:30

  • David replied to Abigail, "Praise the LORD, the God of Israel, who has sent you to meet me today! - 1 Samuel 25:32

  • For I swear by the LORD, the God of Israel, who has kept me from hurting you, that if you had not hurried out to meet me, not one of Nabal's men would be alive tomorrow morning." - 1 Samuel 25:34
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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