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  • 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)

  • Saul then asked him, "Whose son are you, young man?" David replied, "I am the son of your servant Jesse of Bethlehem." (1 Samuel 17, 58)

  • (By the time David finished speaking with Saul, Jonathan had become as fond of David as if his life depended on him; he loved him as he loved himself. (1 Samuel 18, 1)

  • Saul laid claim to David that day and did not allow him to return to his father's house. (1 Samuel 18, 2)

  • And Jonathan entered into a bond with David, because he loved him as himself. (1 Samuel 18, 3)

  • Jonathan divested himself of the mantle he was wearing and gave it to David, along with his military dress, and his sword, his bow and his belt. (1 Samuel 18, 4)

  • David then carried out successfully every mission on which Saul sent him. So Saul put him in charge of his soldiers, and this was agreeable to the whole army, even to Saul's own officers.) (1 Samuel 18, 5)

  • At the approach of Saul and David (on David's return after slaying the Philistine), women came out from each of the cities of Israel to meet King Saul, singing and dancing, with tambourines, joyful songs, and sistrums. (1 Samuel 18, 6)

  • The women played and sang: "Saul has slain his thousands, and David his ten thousands." (1 Samuel 18, 7)

  • Saul was very angry and resentful of the song, for he thought: "They give David ten thousands, but only thousands to me. All that remains for him is the kingship." (1 Samuel 18, 8)

  • (And from that day on, Saul was jealous of David. (1 Samuel 18, 9)

  • (The next day an evil spirit from God came over Saul, and he raged in his house. David was in attendance, playing the harp as at other times, while Saul was holding his spear. (1 Samuel 18, 10)


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