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They retreated before the Israelites, taking the road to the wilderness. But the battle overtook 1 them as men from the surrounding cities struck them down. 2
Samuel revealed the word of the Lord 1 to all Israel.Then the Israelites went out to fight the Philistines. 2 They camped at Ebenezer, 3 and the Philistines camped at Aphek.
The Philistines arranged their forces to fight 1 Israel. As the battle spread out, 2 Israel was defeated by 3 the Philistines, who 4 killed about four thousand men in the battle line in the field.
He will appoint for himself leaders of thousands and leaders of fifties, 1 as well as those who plow his ground, reap his harvest, and make his weapons of war and his chariot equipment.
Saul and all the army that was with him assembled and marched into battle, where they found 1 the Philistines in total panic killing one another with their swords. 2
When all the Israelites who had hidden themselves in the hill country of Ephraim heard that the Philistines had fled, they too pursued them in battle.
There was fierce war with the Philistines all the days of Saul. So whenever Saul saw anyone who was a warrior or a brave individual, he would conscript him.
1 The Philistines gathered their troops 2 for battle. They assembled at Socoh in Judah. They camped in Ephes Dammim, between Socoh and Azekah.
and all this assembly will know that it is not by sword or spear that the Lord saves! For the battle is the Lord’s, and he will deliver you into our hand.”
Now once again there was war. So David went out to fight the Philistines. He defeated them thoroughly 1 and they ran away from him.
So Saul mustered all his army to go down to Keilah and besiege David and his men. 1
David went on to say, “As the Lord lives, the Lord himself will strike him down. Either his day will come and he will die, or he will go down into battle and be swept away.
Who will listen to you in this matter? The portion of the one who went down into the battle will be the same as the portion of the one who remained with the equipment! Let their portions be the same!”
Now the battle was very severe that day; Abner and the men of Israel were overcome by David’s soldiers. 1
However, the war was prolonged between the house of Saul and the house of David. David was becoming steadily stronger, while the house of Saul was becoming increasingly weaker.
As the war continued between the house of Saul and the house of David, Abner was becoming more influential 1 in the house of Saul.
So Joab and his brother Abishai killed Abner, because he had killed their brother Asahel in Gibeon during the battle.
The Ammonites marched out and were deployed for battle at the entrance of the city gate, while the men from Aram Zobah, Rehob, Ish-tob, and Maacah were by themselves in the field.
When Joab saw that the battle would be fought on two fronts, he chose some of Israel’s best men and deployed them against the Arameans. 1
In the letter he wrote: “Station Uriah in the thick of the battle and then withdraw from him so he will be cut down and killed.”