Saul became still more afraid of him, and he remained his enemy for the rest of his days.
then Saul was even more afraid of David. Thus Saul was David’s enemy continually.
he became even more afraid of him, and he remained David’s enemy for the rest of his life.
As Saul more and more realized that GOD was with David, and how much his own daughter, Michal, loved him, his fear of David increased and settled into hate. Saul hated David.
And Saul’s fear of David became all the greater, and he went on hating him, day by day.
Saul was still more afraid of David. So Saul was David’s enemy from that time forward.
and Saul was still more afraid of David. So Saul became David’s enemy continually.
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1 tn Heb “of David.” In the translation the proper name has been replaced by the pronoun for stylistic reasons.
2 tc The final sentence of v. 29 is absent in most LXX
tn Heb “all the days.”