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Then Isaac built an altar there and worshiped 1 the Lord. He pitched his tent there, and his servants dug a well. 2
That day Isaac’s servants came and told him about the well they had dug. “We’ve found water,” they reported. 1
So Joseph went up to bury his father; all Pharaoh’s officials went with him – the senior courtiers 1 of his household, all the senior officials of the land of Egypt,
because the Israelites are my own servants; 1 they are my servants whom I brought out from the land of Egypt. I am the Lord your God.
So Saul’s servants spoke these words privately 1 to David. David replied, “Is becoming the king’s son-in-law something insignificant to you? I’m just a poor and lightly-esteemed man!”
1 Then the leaders of the Philistines would march out, and as often as they did so, David achieved more success than all of Saul’s servants. His name was held in high esteem.
But Nabal responded to David’s servants, “Who is David, and who is this son of Jesse? This is a time when many servants are breaking away from their masters!
So the servants of David went to Abigail at Carmel and said to her, “David has sent us to you to bring you back to be his wife.”
Now the battle was very severe that day; Abner and the men of Israel were overcome by David’s soldiers. 1
“Go, tell my servant David: ‘This is what the Lord says: Do you really intend to build a house for me to live in?
So Hanun seized David’s servants and shaved off half of each one’s beard. He cut the lower part of their robes off so that their buttocks were exposed, 1 and then sent them away.
But Uriah stayed at the door of the palace with all 1 the servants of his lord. He did not go down to his house.
Then David summoned him. He ate and drank with him, and got him drunk. But in the evening he went out to sleep on his bed with the servants of his lord; he did not go down to his own house.
He threw stones at David and all of King David’s servants, as well as all the people and the soldiers who were on his right and on his left.
The army of Israel was defeated there by David’s men. 1 The slaughter there was great that day – 20,000 soldiers were killed.
But I will not tear away the entire kingdom; I will leave 1 your son one tribe for my servant David’s sake and for the sake of my chosen city Jerusalem.”
He will retain one tribe, for my servant David’s sake and for the sake of Jerusalem, the city I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel.
Then Ahaziah son of Ahab said to Jehoshaphat, “Let my sailors join yours in the fleet,” 1 but Jehoshaphat refused.
Certainly you will not refuse one of my master’s minor officials and trust in Egypt for chariots and horsemen. 1
Serving beside them were their fellow Levites, the descendants of Merari, led by 1 Ethan, son of Kishi, son of Abdi, son of Malluch,