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  • When David had finished speaking with Saul, Jonathan felt a deep affection for David and began to love him as himself. (1 Samuel 18, 1)

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

  • Then Jonathan made an agreement with David because he loved him as himself. (1 Samuel 18, 3)

  • Jonathan, taking off the cloak he was wearing, gave it to David; he also gave him his own armor, sword, bow and belt. (1 Samuel 18, 4)

  • Wherever Saul sent David, he went and succeeded. For this reason, Saul put David in charge of the soldiers - a move which pleased Saul's men and his officers as well. (1 Samuel 18, 5)

  • When they arrived after David had slain the Philistine, the women came out from the cities of Israel to meet King Saul singing and dancing with timbrels and musical insruments. (1 Samuel 18, 6)

  • They were merrily singing this song: "Saul has slain his thousands, and David, his tens of thousands." (1 Samuel 18, 7)

  • Saul was very displeased with this song and said, "They have given tens of thousands to David but to me only thousands! By now he has everything but the kingdom!" (1 Samuel 18, 8)

  • From then on, Saul became very distrustful of David. (1 Samuel 18, 9)

  • The following day, an evil spirit from God seized Saul, causing him to rave in his house. David then played on the lyre as he used to do, while Saul had his spear in hand. (1 Samuel 18, 10)

  • Then Saul pointed it at David thinking, "I will nail David to the wall." But David escaped on two occasions. (1 Samuel 18, 11)

  • Saul saw that Yahweh was with David and had left him. And he was afraid. (1 Samuel 18, 12)

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