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  • Saul's wife, who was named Ahinoam, was the daughter of Ahimaaz. The name of his general was Abner, son of Saul's uncle, Ner; (1 Samuel 14, 50)

  • Kish, Saul's father, and Ner, Abner's father, were sons of Abiel. (1 Samuel 14, 51)

  • (When Saul saw David go out to meet the Philistine, he asked his general Abner, "Abner, whose son is that youth?" Abner replied, "As truly as your majesty is alive, I have no idea." (1 Samuel 17, 55)

  • So when David returned from slaying the Philistine, Abner took him and presented him to Saul. David was still holding the Philistine's head. (1 Samuel 17, 57)

  • taking his usual place against the wall, Jonathan sat facing him, while Abner sat at the king's side, and David's place was vacant. (1 Samuel 20, 25)

  • David himself then went to the place where Saul was encamped and examined the spot where Saul and Abner, son of Ner, the general, had their sleeping quarters. Saul's were within the barricade, and all his soldiers were camped around him. (1 Samuel 26, 5)

  • So David and Abishai went among Saul's soldiers by night and found Saul lying asleep within the barricade, with his spear thrust into the ground at his head and Abner and his men sleeping around him. (1 Samuel 26, 7)

  • Going across to an opposite slope, David stood on a remote hilltop at a great distance from Abner, son of Ner, and the troops. (1 Samuel 26, 13)

  • He then shouted, "Will you not answer, Abner?" And Abner answered, "Who is it that calls me?" (1 Samuel 26, 14)

  • David said to Abner: "Are you not a man whose like does not exist in Israel? Why, then, have you not guarded your lord the king when one of his subjects went to kill the king, your lord? (1 Samuel 26, 15)

  • Abner, son of Ner, Saul's general, took Ishbaal, son of Saul, and brought him over to Mahanaim, (2 Samuel 2, 8)

  • Now Abner, son of Ner, and the servants of Ishbaal, Saul's son, left Mahanaim for Gibeon. (2 Samuel 2, 12)


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