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  • Saul tried to nail David to the wall with the spear, but David eluded Saul, so that the spear struck only the wall, and David got away safe. (1 Samuel 19, 10)

  • The same night, Saul sent messengers to David's house to guard it, that he might kill him in the morning. David's wife Michal informed him, "Unless you save yourself tonight, tomorrow you will be killed." (1 Samuel 19, 11)

  • Then Michal let David down through a window, and he made his escape in safety. (1 Samuel 19, 12)

  • When Saul sent messengers to arrest David, she said, "He is sick." (1 Samuel 19, 14)

  • Saul, however, sent the messengers back to see David and commanded them, "Bring him up to me in the bed, that I may kill him." (1 Samuel 19, 15)

  • Thus David got safely away; he went to Samuel in Ramah, informing him of all that Saul had done to him. Then he and Samuel went to stay in the sheds. (1 Samuel 19, 18)

  • When Saul was told that David was in the sheds near Ramah, (1 Samuel 19, 19)

  • he sent messengers to arrest David. But when they saw the band of prophets, presided over by Samuel, in a prophetic frenzy, they too fell into the prophetic state. (1 Samuel 19, 20)

  • Saul then went to Ramah himself. Arriving at the cistern of the threshing floor on the bare hilltop, he inquired, "Where are Samuel and David?", and was told, "At the sheds near Ramah." (1 Samuel 19, 22)

  • David fled from the sheds near Ramah, and went to Jonathan. "What have I done?" he asked him. "What crime or what offense does your father hold against me that he seeks my life?" (1 Samuel 20, 1)

  • But David replied: "Your father is well aware that I am favored with your friendship, so he has decided, 'Jonathan must not know of this lest he be grieved.' Nevertheless, as the LORD lives and as you live, there is but a step between me and death." (1 Samuel 20, 3)

  • Jonathan then said to David, "I will do whatever you wish." (1 Samuel 20, 4)


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