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  • "Well, Abner, you're a great man, aren't you?" David taunted. "Where in all Israel is there anyone as mighty? So why haven't you guarded your master the king when someone came to kill him? - 1 Samuel 26:15

  • Must I die on foreign soil, far from the presence of the LORD? Why has the king of Israel come out to search for a single flea? Why does he hunt me down like a partridge on the mountains?" - 1 Samuel 26:20

  • Achish believed David and thought to himself, "By now the people of Israel must hate him bitterly. Now he will have to stay here and serve me forever!" - 1 Samuel 27:12

  • About that time the Philistines mustered their armies for another war with Israel. King Achish told David, "You and your men will be expected to join me in battle." - 1 Samuel 28:1

  • Meanwhile, Samuel had died, and all Israel had mourned for him. He was buried in Ramah, his hometown. And Saul had banned all mediums and psychics from the land of Israel. - 1 Samuel 28:3

  • The Philistines set up their camp at Shunem, and Saul and the armies of Israel camped at Gilboa. - 1 Samuel 28:4

  • What's more, the LORD will hand you and the army of Israel over to the Philistines tomorrow, and you and your sons will be here with me. The LORD will bring the entire army of Israel down in defeat." - 1 Samuel 28:19

  • But the Philistine commanders demanded, "What are these Hebrews doing here?" And Achish told them, "This is David, the man who ran away from King Saul of Israel. He's been with me for years, and I've never found a single fault in him since he defected to me." - 1 Samuel 29:3

  • Isn't this the same David about whom the women of Israel sing in their dances, `Saul has killed his thousands, and David his ten thousands'?" - 1 Samuel 29:5

  • From then on David made this a law for all of Israel, and it is still followed. - 1 Samuel 30:25

  • Now the Philistines attacked Israel, forcing the Israelites to flee. Many were slaughtered on the slopes of Mount Gilboa. - 1 Samuel 31:1

  • On the third day after David's return, a man arrived from the Israelite battlefront. He had torn his clothes and put dirt on his head to show that he was in mourning. He fell to the ground before David in deep respect. - 2 Samuel 1:2

  • "Where have you come from?" David asked. "I escaped from the Israelite camp," the man replied. - 2 Samuel 1:3

  • They mourned and wept and fasted all day for Saul and his son Jonathan, and for the LORD's army and the nation of Israel, because so many had died that day. - 2 Samuel 1:12

  • Your pride and joy, O Israel, lies dead on the hills! How the mighty heroes have fallen! - 2 Samuel 1:19

  • O women of Israel, weep for Saul, for he dressed you in fine clothing and gold ornaments. - 2 Samuel 1:24

  • There he proclaimed Ishbosheth king over Gilead, Jezreel, Ephraim, Benjamin, the land of the Ashurites, and all the rest of Israel. - 2 Samuel 2:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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