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who, moreover, do no wrong, but follow in his footsteps. 1
Then Saul stopped chasing the Philistines, and the Philistines went back home. 1
Now David was the youngest. While the three oldest sons followed Saul,
They go about naked, without clothing, and go hungry while they carry the sheaves. 1
He opened up a rock and water flowed out; a river ran through dry regions.
For wild animals 1 are prowling over Mount Zion, which lies desolate.
But the Israelites walked on dry ground in the middle of the sea, the water forming a wall for them on their right and on their left.
“The trees were determined to go out 1 and choose a king for themselves. 2 They said to the olive tree, ‘Be our king!’ 3
But his sons did not follow 1 his ways. Instead, they made money dishonestly, accepted bribes, and perverted justice. 2
The fifty members of the prophetic guild went and stood opposite them at a distance, while Elijah and Elisha 1 stood by the Jordan.
They will all be ashamed and embarrassed; those who fashion idols will all be humiliated. 1
Ephraim has been like a dove, easily deceived and lacking discernment. They called to Egypt for help; they turned to Assyria for protection.
But the more I summoned 1 them, the farther they departed from me. 2 They sacrificed to the Baal idols and burned incense to images.
Jesse’s three oldest sons had followed Saul to war. The names of the 1 three sons who went to war were Eliab, his firstborn, Abinadab, the second oldest, and Shammah, the third oldest.
I will take nothing 1 except compensation for what the young men have eaten. 2 As for the share of the men who went with me – Aner, Eshcol, and Mamre – let them take their share.”
However, when 1 they confess their iniquity and their ancestors’ iniquity which they committed by trespassing against me, 2 by which they also walked 3 in hostility against me 4
When it was time to shut the city gate for the night, the men left. 1 I don’t know where they were heading. Chase after them quickly, for you have time to catch them!”
They said to him, “Look, you are old, and your sons don’t follow your ways. So now appoint over us a king to lead 1 us, just like all the other nations have.”
Abner and his men went through the Arabah all that night. They crossed the Jordan River 1 and went through the whole region of Bitron 2 and came to Mahanaim.
Now two hundred men had gone with Absalom from Jerusalem. Since they were invited, they went naively and were unaware of what Absalom was planning. 1