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  • Then David and Jonathan formed a pact. For he loved him like his own soul. (1 Samuel 18, 3)

  • And Jonathan took off the coat that he was wearing, and he gave it to David, with the rest of his garments, even to his sword and bow, and even his belt. (1 Samuel 18, 4)

  • Also, David went out to do everything whatsoever that Saul sent him to do, and he conducted himself prudently. And Saul set him over men of war. And he was acceptable in the eyes of the entire people, and most of all in the sight of the servants of Saul. (1 Samuel 18, 5)

  • Now when David returned, after he had struck down the Philistine, the women went out, from all the cities of Israel, leading the singing and dancing, rejoicing with timbrels and bells, so as to meet king Saul. (1 Samuel 18, 6)

  • And the women sang, as they played, saying, “Saul has struck down a thousand, and David ten thousand.” (1 Samuel 18, 7)

  • Then Saul became exceedingly angry, and this word was displeasing in his eyes. And he said: “They have given David ten thousand, and to me they gave only one thousand. What is left for him, except the kingdom itself?” (1 Samuel 18, 8)

  • Therefore, Saul did not regard David with a good eye, from that day and thereafter. (1 Samuel 18, 9)

  • Then, on the next day, the evil spirit from God assailed Saul, and he prophesied in the midst of his house. And David played with his hand, just as at every other time. And Saul held a lance in his hand. (1 Samuel 18, 10)

  • And he threw it, thinking that he would be able to fix David to the wall. And David stepped aside twice, from before his face. (1 Samuel 18, 11)

  • And Saul feared David, because the Lord was with him, but he had withdrawn from Saul. (1 Samuel 18, 12)

  • Also, David acted prudently in all his ways, and the Lord was with him. (1 Samuel 18, 14)

  • But all of Israel and Judah loved David. For he entered and departed before them. (1 Samuel 18, 16)

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