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and whether the land they live in is good or bad, and whether the cities they inhabit are like camps or fortified cities,
And he sent messengers to Balaam 1 son of Beor at Pethor, which is by the Euphrates River 2 in the land of Amaw, 3 to summon him, saying, “Look, a nation has come out of Egypt. They cover the face 4 of the earth, and they are settling next to me.
When Ehud approached him, he was sitting in his well-ventilated 1 upper room all by himself. Ehud said, “I have a message from God 2 for you.” When Eglon rose up from his seat, 3
Now, announce to the men, 1 ‘Whoever is shaking with fear 2 may turn around and leave Mount Gilead.’” 3 Twenty-two thousand men 4 went home; 5 ten thousand remained.
They hid 1 in the bedroom and then she said to him, “The Philistines are here, 2 Samson!” He snapped the bowstrings as easily as a thread of yarn snaps when it is put close to fire. 3 The secret of his strength was not discovered. 4
So the army 1 sent to Shiloh, and they took from there the ark of the covenant of the Lord of hosts who sits between the cherubim. Now the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phineas, were there with the ark of the covenant of God.
When he arrived in Shiloh, Eli was sitting in his chair watching by the side of 1 the road, for he was very worried 2 about the ark of God. As the man entered the city to give his report, 3 the whole city cried out.
When the people 1 of Ashdod saw what was happening, they said, “The ark of the God of Israel should not remain with us, for he has attacked 2 both us and our god Dagon!”
David said to Jonathan, “Tomorrow is the new moon, and I am certainly expected to join the king for a meal. 1 You must send me away so I can hide in the field until the third evening from now.
Saul camped by the road on the hill of Hakilah near Jeshimon, but David was staying in the desert. When he realized that Saul had come to the desert to find 1 him,
David said to Achish, “If I have found favor with you, let me be given a place in one of the country towns so that I can live there. Why should your servant settle in the royal city with you?”
Neither man nor woman would David leave alive so as to bring them back to Gath. He was thinking, “This way they can’t tell on us, saying, ‘This is what David did.’” Such was his practice the entire time 1 that he lived in the country of the Philistines.
David and all the men who were with him traveled 1 to 2 Baalah 3 in Judah to bring up from there the ark of God which is called by the name 4 of the Lord of hosts, who sits enthroned between the cherubim that are on it.
Let me 1 return so that I may die in my own city near the grave of my father and my mother. But look, here is your servant Kimham. Let him cross over with my lord the king. Do for him whatever seems appropriate to you.”
These are the names of David’s warriors: Josheb-Basshebeth, a Tahkemonite, was head of the officers. 1 He killed eight hundred men with his spear in one battle. 2
Visit 1 King David and say to him, ‘My master, O king, did you not solemnly promise 2 your servant, “Surely your son Solomon will be king after me; he will sit on my throne”? So why has Adonijah become king?’
Has my master the king authorized this without informing your servants 1 who should succeed my master the king on his throne?” 2
I will keep 1 today the oath I swore to you by the Lord God of Israel: ‘Surely Solomon your son will be king after me; he will sit in my place on my throne.’”
The palace where he lived was constructed in a similar way. 1 He also constructed a palace like this hall for Pharaoh’s daughter, whom he had married. 2
Now there was an old prophet living in Bethel. 1 When his sons came home, they told their father 2 everything the prophet 3 had done in Bethel that day and all the words he had spoken to the king. 4