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a Ps. 34. 11.
Prov. 4. 11.
b 1 Kings 8.
36.

2 Ohron. 6.
27

Jer B. 16.
c Eecles. 12.
13.

d Isai. 5. 12.
II Or,

■what ap-eat
thing, K.C.
o Dent. 10.
21.

Ps. 126. 2, 3.
f Josh. 24.
20.
g l)eut.2a



tHeb.
the aon of
one year in
his reign-
ing.



b ch. 10. 5.

II Or,
the hilL



t Heb.
aid stink.
Gen. 34. 30.
Exod 5. 21.



e Judg. 6. 2.



Before

CH RIST

1093.



t Heb.
trembled
after Aim,

dell. 10. a



t Heb.
bless Mm.



CHAP. XIII. Saul sacrifceth. Samuel reproveth him.

in caves, and in thickets, and in rocks, and
in high places, and in pits.

7 And some of the Hebrews went over
Jordan to the land of Gad and Gilead. As
for Saul, he was yet in Gilgal, and all the
people t followed him trembling.

8 IT ''And he tarried seven days, according
to the set time that Samuel had appointed:
but Samuel came not to Gilgal; and tlie
people were scattered from him.

9 And Saul said. Bring hither a burnt-
offering to me, and peace-offerings. And he
oflfered the burnt-offering.

10 And it came to pass, that as soon as
he had made an end of offering the burnt-
offering, behold, Samuel came ; and Saul
went out to meet him, that he might f salute
him.

11 IT And Samuel said, What hast thou
done ? And Saul said. Because I saw that
the people were scattered from me, and that
thou camest not within the days appointed,
and that the Philistines gathered themselves
together at Michmash ;

12 Therefore said I, The Philistines will
come down now upon me to Gilgal, and I
have not t made supplication unto the Lord:
I forced myself therefore, and offered a burnt-
offering.

13 And Samuel said to Saul, ^ Thou hast
done foolishly : '"thou hast not kept the com-
mandment of the Lord thy God, which he
commanded thee : for now would the Lord
have established thy kingdom upon Israel for
ever.

14 8 But now thy kingdom shall not con-
tinue: ""the Lord hath sought him a man
after his own heart, and the Lord hath com-
manded him to be captain over his people,
because thou hast not kept that which the
Lord commanded thee.

15 And Samuel arose, and gat him up from
Gilgal unto Gibeah of Benjamin. And Saul
numbered the people that were "fTpiesent with
him, 'about six hundred men.

16 And Saul, and Jonathan his son, and
the people that were present with them, abode
in t Gibeah of Benjamin : but the Philistines
encamped in Michmash.

17 IT And the spoilers came out of the
camp of the Philistines in three companies :
one company turned unto the way that lead-
eth to ''Ophrah, unto the land of Shual:

18 And another company turned the way
to 'Beth-horon: and another company turn-
ed to the way of the border that looketh to
the valley of '"Zeboim toward the wilder-
ness.

19 INow "there was no smith found
throughout all the land of Israel : (for the

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t Beb.

entreated

tkeface.



e 2 Chron.
16. 9.



f ch. 15. 11.



E ch. 15. 28.

h Pi. 89. 20.
Acta 13, 22.



t Heb.
found.



t Heb.
Oebah.
ver. 3.



h Josh. 18.
23.



I Josh. 16. 3.
& 18. 13, 14.



m Neh. 11.
34.



n Bee

3 Kings 34.

14.

Jer. 24. 1.



CHAP. XIV.



Before
CHRIST

1093.



1 Heb.
a file with
moutlis.

t Heb.
to set.



o So Judff.
5.8.



pch. 14.1,4.
11 Or.
standing
camp.



1



Jonathan, unwitting to his father, the priest, or the
people, goeth and miraculously smiteth the Philistines''
garrison. 15 A divine terror maketh them beat them-
selves. 17 Saul, not staying the priest's answer, set-
tethonthem. 21 The captivated Hebrews, and the hid-
den Israelites, join against them. 24 Saul's unad-
vised adjuration hindereth the victory. 82 He restrain-
eth the people from eating blood. 35 He buildeth an
altar. 36 Jonatlian.itaken by lot, is saved by the people.
47 Saul's strength and family.

NOW II it came to pass upon a day, that
Jonathan the son of Saul said unto the
young man that bare his armour, Come, and
let us go over to the Phihstines' garrison
that is on the other side. But he told not
his father.

2 And Saul tarried in the uttermost part
of Gibeah under a pomegranate-tree which
is in Migron : and the people that were with
him were "^ about six hundred men ;

3 And ''Ahiah, the son of Ahitub, <=I-cha-
bod's brother, the son of Phinehas, the son
of Eli, the Lord's priest in Shiloh, "^ wear-
ing an ephod. And the people knew not that
Jonathan was gone.

4 IT And between the passages by which
Jonathan sought to go over "=unto the Philis-
tines' garrison, there was a sharp rock on the
one side, and a sharp rock on the other side:
and the name of the one was Bozez, and the
name of the other Seneh.

5 The tforefuont of the one was situate
northward over against Michmash,* and the
other southward over against Gibeah.

6 And Jonathan said to the young man
that bare his armour. Come, and let us go
over unto the garrison of these uncircum-
cised : it may be that the Lord will work for
us : for there is no restraint to the Lord ''to
save by many or by few.

7 And his armour-bearer said unto him.
Do all that Z5 in thine heart: turn thee ; be-
hold, 1 am with thee according to thine heart.



Uerore
CHRIST

about 1087.



Jonathan smiteth the Philistines' garrison. I. SAMUEL.

Philistines said, Lest the Hebrews make them
swords or spears :)

20 But all the Israelites went down to the
Philistines, to sharpen every man his share,
and his coulter, and his axe, and his mat-
tock.

21 Yet they had t a file for the mattocks,
and for the coulters, and for the forks, and
for the axes, and fto sharpen the goads.

22 So it came to pass in the day of battle,
that "there was neither sword nor spear
found in the hand of any of the people
that were with Saul and Jonathan : but with
Saul and with Jonathan his son was there
found.

23 PAnd the || garrison of the Philistines
went out to the passage of Michmash.



about 1087.
II Or,

there wax a
day.



a ch. 13. 15.

b cli. 22. 9
II, 20.
cnlled
Jiftiniclech.
c civ. 4. 21.
i ch. 2. 28.



I! Ch. 13. 23.



t Heb.
tooth.



t Heb.
Be still.



h See
Gen. 24. 14.
Judg. 7. 11.



f Juds. 7. 4,

7.

2 Chron. 14

11.



II Or,

half a fur-
row of an
acre, of land.
JuAe. 7. 21.
; 2 Kings 7.
7.
Job 18. 11.



k ch. 13. 17.

t Heb.
a trembling
of God.
I Gen. 33. S.



n Numb. "7.

21.

II Or,

tURilUt.



t Heb. . ^
were crted
together.
o.Ti]dg.7.!H.
2 Chron. 20.
23.



A divine terror seizeth them.

8 Then said Jonathan, Behold, we will
pass over unto these men, and we will disco-
ver ourselves unto them.

9 If they say thus unto us, t Tarry until
we come to you; then we will stand still in
our place, and will not go up unto them.

10 But if they say thus. Come up unto
us ; then we will go up : for the Lord hath
delivered them into our hand; and ^ this shall
be a sign unto us.

11 And both of them discovered them-
selves unto the garrison of the Philistines :
and the Philistines said. Behold, the He-
brews come forth out of the holes where
they had hid themselves.

12 And the men of the garrison answered
Jonathan and his armour-bearer, and said,
Come up to us, and we will shew you a
thing. And Jonathan said unto his armour-
bearer, Come up after me : for the Lord
hath delivered them into the hand of Israel.

13 And Jonathan climbed up upon his
hands and upon his feet, and his armour-
bearer after him : and they fell before Jona-
than; and his armour-bearer slew after him.

14 And that first slaughter, which Jona-
than and his armour-bearer made, was about
twenty men, within as it were ||an half-acre
of land, which a yoke of oxen might plough.

15 And 'there was trembling in the host,
in the field, and among all the people : the
garrison, and ^ the spoilers, they also trem-
bled, and the earth quaked : so it was f ' a
very great trembling.

16 And the watchmen of Saul in Gibeah
of Benjamin looked; and behold, the multi-
tude melted away, and they "" went on beat-
ing down one another.

17 Then said Saul unto the people that
were with him. Number now, and see who is
gone from us. And when they had num-
bered, behold, Jonathan and his armour-
bearer were not there.

18 And Saul said unto Ahiah, Bring hither
the ark of God. For the ark of God was at
that time with the children of Israel.

19 TT And it came to pass while Saul "talked
unto the priest, that the || noise that was in
the host of the Philistines went on, and in-
creased : and Saul said unto the priest, With-
draw thine hand,

20 And Saul and all the people that were
with him t assembled themselves, and they
came to the battle : and behold, "every man's
sword was against his fellow, and there was
a very great discomfiture.

21 Moreover, the Hebrews that were with
the Philistines before that time, which went
up with them into the c<imp from the country
round about, even they also turned to be

264



SauVs unadvised adjuration.

with the IsraeUtes that were with Saul and
Jonathan.

22 Likewise all the men of Israel which
Phad hid themselves in mount Ephraim,
when they heard that the Philistines fled,
even they also followed hard after them in
the battle.

23 1 So the Lord saved Israel that day :
and the battle passed over ^ unto Beth-aven.

24 IT And the men of Israel were distressed
that day : for Saul had 'adjured the people,
saying, Cursed be the man that eateth any
food until evening, that I may be avenged on
mine enemies. So none of the people tasted
any food.

25 'And all they of the land came to a
wood ; and there was " honey ■ upon the
ground.

26 And when the people were come into
the wood, behold, the honey dropped : but
no man put his hand to his mouth ; for the
people feared the oath.

27 But Jonathan heard not when his father
charged the people with the oath : wherefore
he put forth the end of the rod that was in
his hand, and dipped it in an honey-comb,
and put his hand to his mouth ; and his eyes
were enlightened.

28 Then answered one of the people, and
said. Thy father straitly charged the people
with an oath, saying. Cursed be the man that
eateth any food this day. And the people
were || faint.

29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath
troubled the land: see, I pray you, how
mine eyes have been enlightened, because I
tasted a little of this honey.

30 How much more, if haply the people
had eaten freely to-day of the spoil of their
enemies which they found ? for had there not
been now a much greater slaughter among
the Philistines?

31 And they smote the Philistines that
day from Michmash to Aijalon: and the
people were very faint.

32 And the people flew upon the spoil,
and took sheep, and oxen, and calves, and
slew them on the ground : and the people did
eat them ^with the blood.

331[Then they told Saul, saying, Behold,
the people sin against the Lord, in that
they eat with the blood. And he sai'd. Ye
have II transgressed: roll a great stone unto
me this day.

34 And Saul said, Disperse yourselves
among the people, and say unto them, Bring
me hither every man his ox, and every man
his sheep, and slay them here, and eat; and
sin not against the Lord in eating with the
blood. And all the people brought every
34



CHAP. XIV.



Before
CHRIST
about 1087.



p cli, 13. 6.



g Exoil. 14.

Pa'. 44. 0, 7.
Hog. 1. 7.
r ch. 13. 5.



8 Josh. G. S6.



t DeuL 9. 38.
Matl. 3. 5.
u Exnd. 3.a
Numb. 13.
27.
Matt. 3. 4.



I Ox, weary.



T Lev. 3. 17.
& 7. 26. &
17. 10. & 19.
26.

Deut 12. 16,
23, 24.



II Or,

OKalt trea-
ckerously.



Before
CHRIST

about 1087.



t Heb.
m his hand
y ch. 7. 17.
t Heb.
t/iat attar
he began to
bvila unto
tlie Lord,



z ch. 28. 6.

aJoah. 7. 14.
ch. 10. 19.
t Heb.
comers.
Jude. 20. 2.



b 2 Sara. 12.
5.



II Or,

skev) th£

innocent.

c Prov. 16.

33.

AcU 1. 24.

d Josh. 7. 10.

ch. 10. 20,

21.

I Ucb.

meTit forth.



e Josh. 7. 19.



r ver. 27.



E Ruth
17.

h ver. ;



i 2 Sam. 14.

11.

1 Kinsa 1.

52.

Luke 21. 18.



I 2 Sam. 10.
C.



Jonathan, taken by lot, is saved by the people.

man his oxt with him that night, and slew
them there.

35 And Saul ybuilt an altar unto the
Lord: fthe same was the first altar that he
built unto the Lord:

36 IT And Saul said. Let us go down after
the Philistines by night, and spoil them
until the morning light, and let us not
leave a man of them. And they said. Do
whatsoever seemeth good unto thee. Then
said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto
God.

37 And Saul asked counsel of God,
Shall I go down after the Philistines? wilt
thou deliver them into the hand of Israel?
But ^he answered him not that day.

38 And Saul said, "Draw ye near Hither
all the t chief of the people : and know and
see wherein this sin hath been this day.

39 For ^as the Lord liveth, which saveth
Israel, though it be in Jonathan my son, he
shall surely die. But there was not a man
among all the people that answered him.

40 Then said he unto all Israel, Be ye
on one side, and I- and Jonathan my son
will be on the other side. And the people
said unto Saul, Do what seemeth good unto
thee.

41 Therefore Saul said unto the Lord
God of Israel, ||"=Give a perfect lot. "^And
Saul and Jonathan were taken : but the peo-
ple t escaped.

42 And Saul said. Cast lots between me
and Jonathan my son. And Jonathan was
taken.

43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, «Tell me
what thou hast done. And Jonathan told
him, and said, '"I did but taste a little honey
with the end of the rod thatwasinminehand,
and lo, I must die.

44 And Saul answered, eGod do so, and
more also: '■for thou shalt surely die, Jona-
than.

45 And the people said unto Saul, Shall
Jonathan die, who hath wrought this great
salvation in Israel? God forbid: 'as the
Lord liveth, there shall not one hair of his
head fall to the ground ; for he hath wrought
with God this day. So the people rescued
Jonathan, that he died not.

46 Then Saul went up from following
the Philistines : and the Philistines went to
their own place.

47 t So Saul took the kingdom over Is-
rael, and fought against all his enemies on
every side, against Moab, and against the
children of ■= Ammon, and against Edom, and
against the kings of >Zobah, and agamst the
Philistines: and whithersoever he turned

himself, he vexed them.
265



Saul is sent to destroy Amalek.

48 And he || gathered an host, and " smote
the Amalekites, and dehvered Israel out of
the hands of them that spoiled them.

49 Now " the sons of Saul were Jona-
than, and Ishui, and Melchi-shua : and the
names of his two daughters were these ; the
name of the first-born Merab, and the name
of the younger Michal :

50 And the name of Saul's wife was Ahi-
noam, the daughter of Ahimaaz : and the
name of the captain of his host was'\ hhner,
the son of Ner, Saul's uncle.

51 °AndKish?i;as the father of Saul; and
Ner the father of Abner was the son of
Abiel.

52 And there was sore war against the
Philistines all the days of Saul : and when
Saul saw any strong man, or any valiant
man, Phe took him unto him.

CHAP. XV.

1 Samuel sendeth Saul to destroy Amalek. 6 Saul
favoureth the Kenites. 8 He spareth Agag and the
lest of the spoil. 10 Samuel denounceth unto Saul,
commending and excusing himself, God's rejection of
him for his disobedience. 24 SauVs humiliation. 33
Samuel killeth Agag. 34 Samuel and Saul part.

SAMUEL also said unto Saul, ■'The
Lord sent me to anoint thee to he king
over his people, over Israel : now therefore
hearken thou unto the voice of the words of
the Lord.

2 Thus saith the Lord of hosts, I remem-
ber that which Amalek did to Israel, ''how he
laid wait for him in the way, when he came
up from Egypt.

3 Now go and smite Amalek, and ''utterly
destroy all that they have, and spare them
not ; but slay both man and woman, infant
and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and
ass.

4 And Saul gathered the people together,
and numbered them in Telaim, two hundred
thousand footmen, and ten thousand men of
Judah.

5 And Saul came to a city of Amalek,
and II laid wait in the valley.

6 IT And Saul said unto ''the Kenites, ^ Go,
depart, get you down from among the
Amalekites, lest I destroy you with them :
for '"ye shewed kindness to all the children
of Israel when they came up out of Egypt.
So the Kenites departed from among the
Amalekites.

7 *And Saul smote the Amalekites from
••Havilah, until thou comest to ' Shur, that is
over against Egypt.

8 And ''he took Agag the king of the
Amalekites alive, and 'utterly destroyed all
the people with the edge of the sword.

9 But Saul and the people -"spared Agag,



I. SAMUEL. God^s rejection of Saul for disobedience.

and the best of the sheep, and of the oxen,
and II of the fatUngs, and the lambs, and all
that was good, and would not utterly destroy
them : but every thing that was vile and re-
fuse, that they destroyed utterly.

10 HThen came the word of the Lord
unto Samuel, saying,

11 "It repenteth me that I have set up
Saul to he king: for he is "turned back from
following me, Pand hath not performed my
commandments. And it i grieved Samuel;
and he cried unto the Lord all night.

12 And when Samuel rose early to meet
Saul in the morning, it was, told Samuel,
saying, Saul came to 'Carmel, and behold,
he set him up a place, and is gone about, and
passed on,, and gone down to Gilgal.

13 And Samuel came to Saul : and Saul
said unto him, ^Blessed he thou of the Lord:
I have performed the commandment of the
Lord.

14 And Samuel said, What meaneth then
this bleating of the sheep in mine ears, and
the lowing of the oxen which I hear?

15 And Saul said. They have brought
them from the Amalekites : ' for the people
spared the best of the sheep and of the oxen,
to sacrifice unto the Lord thy God; and the
rest we have utterly destroyed.

16 Then Samuel said unto Saul, Stay, and
I Avill tell thee what the Lord hath said to
me this night. And he said unto him. Say
on.

17 And Samuel said, "When thou wast
little in thine own sight, wast thou not made
the head of the tribes of Israel, and the Lord
anointed thee king over Israel ?

18 And the Lord sent thee on a journey,
and said. Go, and utterly destroy the sinners
the Amalekites, and fight against them until
fthey be consumed.

19 Wherefore then didst thou not obey
the voice of the Lord, but didst fly upon
the spoil, and didst evil in the sight of the
Lord?

20 And Saul said unto Samuel, Yea, ^I
have obeyed the voice of the Lord, and
have gone the way which the Lord sent
me, and have brought Agag the king of
Amalek, and have utterly destroyed the
Amalekites.

21 y But the people took of the spoil, sheep
and oxen, the chief of the things, which
should have been utterly destroyed, to sacri-
fice unto the Lord thy God in Gilgal.

22 And Samuel said, ^Hath the Lord as
great delight in burnt-offerings and sacrifices,
as in obeying the voice of the Lord ? Be-
hold, "to obey is better than sacrifice, and to
hearken than the fat of rams.

266



Before


Before


CHRIST


CHRIST


about 1087.


about 1079.


II Or,


II .Or,


WTmigkt


oj the second


mieluily.


sort.


m ch. 15. 3,




7.




n ch. 31. 2.




1 Ohion. 8.




33.






n ver. 35.




Gen. 6. H, 7.




2 Sam. 24.




10.




o Josh. 22.




16.




1 Kings 9. 6.


t Heb.


p ch. 13. 13.


^biner.-


ver. 3, 9.




q ver. 35.




ch. 16. 1.


o cli. 9. 1.






r .loah. 15.




55.


p ch. 8. 11.


I Gen. 14.




19.




.'luilc. 17. 2.
Ruth 3. 10.






t vor. 9, 21.




Gin. 3. 12.


nbout lOTB.


Prov. 28. 13.


ach.9. IB.




b E.vod. 17.




8, 14.
Numb. 24.






20.


u ch. 9 21.


Deut. 2.5. 17,




18, 19.




c Lev. 27.




2H, 29.




Josh. 6. 17,




21.






t Heb. then




consume.


li Or,




favM.


X ver. 13.


<1 Numb. 24.




21.




.luilg. 1. 16.




& 4. 11.




eGcn. 18.




2.1. & 19. 12.




14.




Rev. 18. 4.




f E.\o(l. 18.




10, 19.




Numb. 10.




29, 32.






y ver. 15.




z Pa. 50. 8, 9.


g ch. 14. 48.


I'rov. 21. 3.




I«iii. 1. 11.


h Ren. 2. 11.


13, 13, 10, 17.


& 2.'). 18.


.ler. 7. 22,


i Gen. IG. 7.


23.




Mic. 6. G. 7,

a.

Hebr. 10. 6.


kSee


1 Kitics 90.
34, 3.5, &.C.


7, 8. 9.


a Ecclea. 5.


1 Seo ell. 30.


1.


1.


Hos. 0. 0.




Malt. 5. 24.




& 9. 13. &


m ver. 3. 15.


12. 7.
Mark 13. 33.



SauVs fruitless humiliation.

23 For rebellion is as the sin of twitch-
craft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and
idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the
word of the Lord, ''he hath also rejected
thee from being king.

24 IF "^And Saul said unto Samuel, I have
sinned : for I have transgressed the com-
mandment of the Lord, and thy words :
because I ^feared the people, and obeyed
their voice.

25 Now therefore, I pray thee, pardon
my sin, and turn again with me, that I may
worship the Lord.

26 And Samuel said unto Saul, I will not
return with thee : =for thou hast rejected the
word of the Lord, and the Lord hath re-
jected thee from being king over Israel.

27 And as Samuel turned about to go
away, *"he laid hold upon the skirt of his
mantle, and it rent.

28 And Samuel said unto him, ^The
Lord hath rent the kingdom of Israel from
thee this day; and hath given it to a neigh-
bour of thine that is better than thou.

29 And also the || Strength of Israel ""will
not lie nor repent : for he is not a man, that
he should repent.

30 Then he said, I have sinned : yet 'ho-
nour me now, I pray thee, before the elders
of my people, and before Israel, and turn
again with me, that I may worship the Lord
thy God.

31 So Samuel turned again after Saul ; and
Saul worshipped the Lord.

32 H Then said Samuel, Bring ye hither
to me Agag the king of the Amalekites.
And Agag came unto him delicately. And
Agag said. Surely the bitterness of death is
past.

33 And Samuel said, ""As thy sword hath
made women childless, so shall thy mother
be childless among women. And Samuel
hewed Agag in pieces before the Lord in
Gilgal.

34 IF Then Samuel went to Ramah ; and
Saul went up to his house to ' Gibeah of Saul.

35 And ""Samuel came no more to see
Saul until the day of his death : nevertheless
Samuel " mourned for Saul : and the Lord
"repented that he had made Saul king over
Israel.

CHAP. XVL

1 Samuel sent by God, under pretence of a sacrifice,
Cometh to Beth-lehem. 6 His human judgment is
reproved; 11 he anointeth David. 15 Saul sendeth
for David to quiet his evil spirit.

AND the Lord said unto Samuel, *How
long wilt thou mourn for Saul, seeing
••I have rejected him from reigning over Is-
rael ? "^fiU thy horn with oil, and go, I will



CHAP. XVI.



Before
CHRIST

nbout 1079.



t Hell. lUvi-
ruUion.
Doul. 18. lU.
b cli. 13. 14.



cScoSSam.
li 13.



d Exod. S3.

a.

Prov. 29. 25.
Uai. 51. 12,
13.



c See
ch. 2. 30.



rSce

I Kingi 11.

30.



18.



1 Kings 11.
31.



II Or,

etentity. or.

victory.

Ii Numb. 23.

19.

Ezfk. 24. 14.

2 Tim. 2. 13.

Til. 1. 2.

1 John 5. 44.

& 12. 43.



k Exod. 17.

II.

Numb. 14.

4.5.

See Judg. 1.

7.



m Sec
cii. 19. 24.



n ver. 1 1.
ch. 16. 1.



about 1063.
a ch. IS. 35.



b ch. 15. 23.

c ch. 9. IC.
2 Kings 9. 1.



Before
CHRIST

about 10G3.



d Pb. 78. 70.
& 89. 19, 20.
Acts 13. 22.



t Hob.
til Iky hand.
cli. 9. 12.
& 20. 29.

r Exod. 4.
15.

g ch. 9. 16.



h ch. 21. 1.

t Hob.

meeting.

i 1 Kings 2.

13.

2 Kings 9.

22.

k Exod. 19.

10, 14.



1 ch. 17. 13.

(railed Klihu.

1 Chron. 27.

18.

m 1 Kings

12. 26.

n Ps. 147.
10, 11.



Isai. 55. 8.
p 2 Cor. 10.

tllcb.

eyes.

Q 1 Kings 8.

1 Chron. 28.
9.

Ps. 7. 9.
Jer. 11. 20.
ic 17. 10. Sl
20. 12.
Acta 1. 24.
r ch. 17. 13i
s ch. 17. 13.
II Shimcak,
2S:uii. 13.3.
iHiiinma,
1 Chron. 2.
13.



u 2 Sam. 7.

8.

Ps. 78. 70.

t Heb.

round



X ch. 17. 42.
Cant. 5. 10.
t Heb.
fair of eyes.

y So ch. 9.
17.



z ch. 0. 1.
f s. 89. 20.

a See Numb.

27. 18.
Judg. 11.29.
& 13. 25. Sl
14.6.

ch. 10. 6, 10.

about lOe.!
b ch. 11. 6.
& 18. 12. &

28. 15.
Judg. 16. 20.
Ps. 51. 11.

c Judg. 9.

23.

ch. 18. 10.

& 19. 9.

II Or,^ ^

terrified.



Samuel anointeth* David.

send thee to Jesse the Beth-lehemite : for <*!
have provided me a king among his sons.

2 And Samuel said, How can I go ? if
Saul hear it, he will kill me. And the
Lord said. Take an heifer f with thee, and
say, "I am come to sacrifice to the Lord.

3 And call Jesse to the sacrifice, and ^l
will shew thee what thou shalt do : and s thou



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