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So on the day of the battle no sword or spear was to be found in the hand of anyone in the army that was with Saul and Jonathan. No one but Saul and his son Jonathan had them.
But the next morning, the second day of the new moon, David’s place was still vacant. So Saul said to his son Jonathan, “Why has Jesse’s son not come to the meal yesterday or today?”
Ask your own servants; they can tell you! May my servants find favor in your sight, for we have come 1 at the time of a holiday. Please provide us – your servants 2 and your son David – with whatever you can spare.” 3
David was very upset, for the men 1 were thinking of stoning him; 2 each man grieved bitterly 3 over his sons and daughters. But David drew strength from the Lord his God.
David inquired, “How were things going? 1 Tell me!” He replied, “The people fled from the battle and many of them 2 fell dead. 3 Even Saul and his son Jonathan are dead!”
They lamented and wept and fasted until evening because Saul, his son Jonathan, the Lord’s people, and the house of Israel had fallen by the sword.
They buried the bones of Saul and his son Jonathan in the land of Benjamin at Zela in the grave of his father Kish. After they had done everything 1 that the king had commanded, God responded to their prayers 2 for the land.
So now order some cedars of Lebanon to be cut for me. My servants will work with your servants. I will pay your servants whatever you say is appropriate, for you know that we have no one among us who knows how to cut down trees like the Sidonians.”
Tahpenes’ sister gave birth to his son, 1 named Genubath. Tahpenes raised 2 him in Pharaoh’s palace; Genubath grew up in Pharaoh’s palace among Pharaoh’s sons.
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
This happened because of all the sins which Baasha and his son Elah committed and which they made Israel commit. They angered the Lord God of Israel with their worthless idols. 1
“Have you noticed how Ahab shows remorse 1 before me? Because he shows remorse before me, I will not bring disaster on his dynasty during his lifetime, but during the reign of his son.” 2
So he took his firstborn son, who was to succeed him as king, and offered him up as a burnt sacrifice on the wall. There was an outburst of divine anger against Israel, 1 so they broke off the attack 2 and returned to their homeland.
His servants Jozabad son of Shimeath and Jehozabad son of Shomer murdered him. 1 He was buried 2 with his ancestors in the city of David. His son Amaziah replaced him as king.
One day, 1 as he was worshiping in the temple of his god Nisroch, 2 his sons 3 Adrammelech and Sharezer struck him down with the sword. 4 They escaped to the land of Ararat; his son Esarhaddon replaced him as king.
He put an idol of Asherah he had made in the temple, about which the Lord had said to David and to his son Solomon, “This temple in Jerusalem, which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel, will be my permanent home. 1
he sent his son Hadoram 1 to King David to extend his best wishes 2 and to pronounce a blessing on him for his victory over Hadadezer, for Tou had been at war with Hadadezer. 3 He also sent various items made of gold, silver, and bronze. 4
David said to his son Solomon: “Be strong and brave! Do it! Don’t be afraid and don’t panic! 1 For the Lord God, my God, is with you. He will not leave you or abandon you before all the work for the service of the Lord’s temple is finished.
(13:23) 1 Abijah passed away 2 and was buried in the City of David. 3 His son Asa replaced him as king. During his reign 4 the land had rest for ten years.
Our God, will you not judge them? For we are powerless against this huge army that attacks us! We don’t know what we should do; we look to you for help.” 1