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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 he mentioned the ark of God, Eli 1 fell backward from his chair beside the gate. He broke his neck and died, for he 2 was old and heavy. He had judged Israel for forty years.
But after it had been moved the Lord attacked 1 that city as well, causing a great deal of panic. He struck all the people of that city 2 with sores. 3
So they assembled 1 all the leaders of the Philistines and said, “Get the ark of the God of Israel out of here! Let it go back to its own place so that it won’t kill us 2 and our 3 people!” The terror 4 of death was throughout the entire city; God was attacking them very severely there. 5
Then Samuel got up early to meet Saul the next morning. But Samuel was informed, “Saul has gone to Carmel where 1 he is setting up a monument for himself. Then Samuel left 2 and went down to Gilgal.” 3
1 Then Saul said to David, “Here’s my oldest daughter, Merab. I want to give her to you in marriage. Only be a brave warrior 2 for me and fight the battles of the Lord.” For Saul thought, “There’s no need for me to raise my hand against him. Let it be the hand of the Philistines!”
Saul said, “I will give her to him so that she may become a snare to him and the hand of the Philistines may be against him.” So Saul said to David, “Today is the second time for you to become my son-in-law.” 1
He said to him, “Don’t be afraid! For the hand of my father Saul cannot find you. You will rule over Israel, and I will be your second in command. Even my father Saul realizes this.”
Prior to this 1 Absalom had set up a monument 2 and dedicated it to himself in the King’s Valley, reasoning “I have no son who will carry on my name.” He named the monument after himself, and to this day it is known as Absalom’s Memorial.
The king pled with 1 the prophet, 2 “Seek the favor of 3 the Lord your God and pray for me, so that my hand may be restored.” So the prophet sought the Lord’s favor 4 and the king’s hand was restored to its former condition. 5
They would then hand over 1 the silver that had been weighed to the construction foremen 2 assigned to the Lord’s temple. They hired carpenters and builders to work on the Lord’s temple,
This happened because the Israelites sinned against the Lord their God, who brought them up from the land of Egypt and freed them from the power of 1 Pharaoh king of Egypt. They worshiped 2 other gods;
Have them hand it over to the construction foremen 1 assigned to the Lord’s temple. They in turn should pay the temple workers to repair it, 2
Shaphan the scribe went to the king and reported, 1 “Your servants melted down the silver in the temple 2 and handed it over to the construction foremen assigned to the Lord’s temple.”
They were also in charge of everything dedicated by Samuel the prophet, 1 Saul son of Kish, Abner son of Ner, and Joab son of Zeruiah; Shelomith and his relatives were in charge of everything that had been dedicated.
So Edom has remained free from Judah’s control to this very day. 1 At that same time Libnah also rebelled and freed themselves from Judah’s control 2 because Jehoram 3 rejected the Lord God of his ancestors.
Uzziah had an army of skilled warriors trained for battle. They were organized by divisions according to the muster rolls made by Jeiel the scribe and Maaseiah the officer under the authority of Hananiah, a royal official.
Now, don’t be stubborn 1 like your fathers! Submit 2 to the Lord and come to his sanctuary which he has permanently consecrated. Serve the Lord your God so that he might relent from his raging anger. 3
They handed it over to the construction foremen 1 assigned to the Lord’s temple. They in turn paid the temple workers to restore and repair it. 2
I was embarrassed to request soldiers and horsemen from the king to protect us from the enemy 1 along the way, because we had said to the king, “The good hand of our God is on everyone who is seeking him, but his great anger 2 is against everyone who forsakes him.”