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  • Saul made an attempt to pin David to the wall with his spear. David, however, dodged the blow and the spear hit the wall instead. David fled and escaped. (1 Samuel 19, 10)

  • That night Saul sent messengers to David's house to keep an eye on him as he intended to kill him the following morning. But David's wife, Michal, told him, "If you do not run for your life tonight, tomorrow you will be killed." (1 Samuel 19, 11)

  • So Michal let David down through the window, allowing him to escape. (1 Samuel 19, 12)

  • When Saul sent messengers to capture David, Michal told them, "He is sick." (1 Samuel 19, 14)

  • Saul sent messengers back to David and said, "Bring him up to me on his bed for me to kill him." (1 Samuel 19, 15)

  • David had fled and was in safety. He went to Samuel at Ramah and related all that Saul had done to him. He and Samuel then went to live at Naioth. (1 Samuel 19, 18)

  • Saul was told that David stayed at Naioth in Ramah, (1 Samuel 19, 19)

  • so he sent messengers to capture David. But when they saw the band of prophets prophesying (signifying that they had fallen into a trance) with Samuel leading them, the spirit of Yahweh came upon them and made them prophesy. (1 Samuel 19, 20)

  • Then Saul himself went to Ramah and arrived at the deep well in Secu. He asked, "Where can I find Samuel and David?" The people answered, "They are at Naioth in Ramah." (1 Samuel 19, 22)

  • David fled from Naioth in Ramah and went to Jonathan to ask him, "What have I done? What am I guilty of? What sin have I committed against your father that he wants to kill me?" (1 Samuel 20, 1)

  • But David replied, "Your father knows very well that you are pleased with me, so he thinks it is better not to tell you and grieve you. But I swear there is but one step between death and me!" (1 Samuel 20, 3)

  • Then Jonathan told David, "What can I do for you?" (1 Samuel 20, 4)


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