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  • Saul's servants told this to David and it seemed to him that he could easily become the king's son-in-law. (1 Samuel 18, 26)

  • David and his men set out and killed two hundred Philistines. And they brought the king the foreskins so that David could become the king's son-in-law. So Saul had to give his daughter Michal to David to become his wife. (1 Samuel 18, 27)

  • Saul feared David for he knew that Yahweh was with him. But Michal, Saul's daughter, loved him. (1 Samuel 18, 28)

  • Saul feared David more and more and was his enemy until the end. (1 Samuel 18, 29)

  • Whenever the Philistine chiefs engaged David in battle, he succeeded more than any of Saul's officers, in earning great fame for himself. (1 Samuel 18, 30)

  • Saul told his son Jonathan and his servants of his intention to kill David. But Jonathan, who liked David very much, (1 Samuel 19, 1)

  • said to David, "My father Saul wants to kill you. Be on your guard tomorrow morning and hide yourself in a secret place. (1 Samuel 19, 2)

  • Jonathan spoke well of David to his father Saul and said, "Let not the king sin against his servant David for he has not sinned against you. On the contrary, what he has done has benefited you. (1 Samuel 19, 4)

  • He risked his life in killing the Philistine and Yahweh brought about a great victory for Israel. You yourself saw this and greatly rejoiced. Why then sin against innocent blood and kill David without cause?" (1 Samuel 19, 5)

  • So Jonathan called David and told him all these things. He then brought him to Saul and David was back in Saul's service as before. (1 Samuel 19, 7)

  • War broke out again and David set out to fight the Philistines. David crushed them so badly that they had to flee. (1 Samuel 19, 8)

  • Then an evil spirit from Yahweh seized Saul as he sat in his house holding his spear while David was playing on the lyre. (1 Samuel 19, 9)

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