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Israel and the Philistines drew up their battle lines opposite one another.
a trembling 1 gripped me – and a terror! – and made all my bones shake. 2
The Philistine drew steadily closer to David to attack him, while David quickly ran toward the battle line to attack the Philistine. 1
So they went up to the town. As they were heading for the middle of the town, Samuel was coming in their direction 1 to go up to the high place.
Just when he had finished offering the burnt offering, Samuel appeared on the scene. Saul went out to meet him and to greet him. 1
Saul and the Israelite army 1 assembled and camped in the valley of Elah, where they arranged their battle lines to fight against 2 the Philistines.
Then David said to Abigail, “Praised 1 be the Lord, the God of Israel, who has sent you this day to meet me!
These double disasters confronted you. But who feels sorry for you? Destruction and devastation, famine and sword. But who consoles you? 1
You will probably ask yourself, 1 ‘Why have these things happened to me? Why have I been treated like a disgraced adulteress whose skirt has been torn off and her limbs exposed?’ 2 It is because you have sinned so much. 3
Then David approached the two hundred men who had been too exhausted to go with him, 1 those whom they had left at the Wadi Besor. They went out to meet David and the people who were with him. When David approached the people, he asked how they were doing.
But Jacob did not send Joseph’s brother Benjamin with his brothers, 1 for he said, 2 “What if some accident 3 happens 4 to him?”
Jacob called for his sons and said, “Gather together so I can tell you 1 what will happen to you in the future. 2
Samuel revealed the word of the Lord 1 to all Israel.Then the Israelites went out to fight the Philistines. 2 They camped at Ebenezer, 3 and the Philistines camped at Aphek.
The Philistines arranged their forces to fight 1 Israel. As the battle spread out, 2 Israel was defeated by 3 the Philistines, who 4 killed about four thousand men in the battle line in the field.
When Saul and his servant 1 arrived at Gibeah, a company of prophets was coming out to meet him. Then the spirit of God rushed upon Saul 2 and he prophesied among them.
Samuel did what the Lord told him. 1 When he arrived in Bethlehem, 2 the elders of the city were afraid to meet him. They 3 said, “Do you come in peace?”
So Saul stopped pursuing David and went to confront the Philistines. Therefore that place is called Sela Hammahlekoth. 1
Riding on her donkey, she went down under cover of the mountain. David and his men were coming down to meet her, and she encountered them.
The young man who was telling him this 1 said, “I just happened to be on Mount Gilboa and came across Saul leaning on his spear for support. The chariots and leaders of the horsemen were in hot pursuit of him.
But Jacob 1 replied, “My son will not go down there with you, for his brother is dead and he alone is left. 2 If an accident happens to him on the journey you have to make, then you will bring down my gray hair 3 in sorrow to the grave.” 4