> War with the Philistines. Soon after this, Jonathan attacked and defeated the garrison of Philistines at Geba. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israe 12 So I said, ‘The Philistines are ready to march against us at Gilgal, and I haven’t even asked for the Lord’s help!’ So I felt compelled to offer the burnt offering myself before you came.”, 13 “How foolish!” Samuel exclaimed. . 13 Seeing her lips moving but hearing no sound, he thought she had been drinking. The Lord has already appointed him to be the leader of his people, because you have not kept the Lord ’s command.” So Saul blew the ram’s horn throughout the land, saying, “Hebrews, hear this! Some of them crossed the Jordan River and escaped into the land of Gad and Gilead. 13:20 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads or plowshares. Meanwhile, Saul stayed at Gilgal, and his men were trembling with fear. One went north toward Ophrah in the land of Shual. 22 So on the day of the battle none of the people of Israel had a sword or spear, except for Saul and Jonathan. Samuel then left Gilgal and went to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. So the entire Israelite army was summoned to join Saul at Gilgal. The Philistines wouldn’t allow them for fear they would make swords and spears for the Hebrews. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. Saul replied, “I saw my men scattering from me, and you didn’t arrive when you said you would, and the Philistines are at Micmash ready for battle. They camped at Micmash east of Beth-aven. The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce, of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce. 3 Soon after this, Jonathan attacked and defeated the garrison of Philistines at Geba. I have rejected him as king of Israel, so fill your flask with olive oil and go to Bethlehem. 13:5 As in Greek and Syriac versions; Hebrew reads 30,000. So on the day of the battle none of the people of Israel had a sword or spear, except for Saul and Jonathan. Chapter Parallel Compare. 1 Samuel 13:21 (The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce for sharpening an ax, a sickle, or an ox goad.) They went up from Gilgal to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. 1 Samuel 16:1-13 NLT Now the LORD said to Samuel, “You have mourned long enough for Saul. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. . 13:21b Hebrew 1⁄3 [of a shekel] [4 grams]. 1 Samuel 16 - Now the LORD said to Samuel, "You have mourned long enough for Saul. years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. another went west to Beth-horon, and the third moved toward the border above the valley of Zeboim near the wilderness. 1 Samuel 13-14 New Living Translation << 1 Samuel 12 | 1 Samuel 13-14 | 1 Samuel 15 >> War with the Philistines. When Saul counted the men who were still with him, he found only 600 were left! And you will rule over the Lord ’s people and save them from their enemies around them. 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 Samuel 2:12 Now the sons of Eli were scoundrels who had no respect for the LORD 1 Samuel 2:17 So the sin of these young men was very serious in the LORD's sight, for they treated the LORD's offerings with contempt. 17 Three raiding parties soon left the camp of the Philistines. Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. 21 The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce[f] of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce[g] for sharpening an ax or making the point of an ox goad. 2 Saul chose three thousand men from Israel; two thousand were with him at Mikmash and in the hill country of Bethel, and a thousand were with Jonathan at Gibeah in Benjamin. 1 Samuel 13 Saul Fights the Philistines. 14 “Must you come here drunk?” he demanded. 14 But now your kingdom must end, for the Lord has sought out a man after his own heart. 9 So he demanded, “Bring me the burnt offering and the peace offerings!” And Saul sacrificed the burnt offering himself. Continued War with Philistia 1Saul was thirty As in a few Greek manuscripts; the number is missing in the Hebrew. Samuel Anoints Saul as King. 13:15 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads Samuel then left Gilgal and went to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. # 10:1 Greek version reads over Israel. 10 Just as Saul was finishing with the burnt offering, Samuel arrived. Had you kept it, the Lord would have established your kingdom over Israel forever. 13:21a Hebrew 1 pim [8 grams]. 8 Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. Saul went out to meet and welcome him, but Samuel said, “What is this you have done?”. Just as Saul was finishing with the burnt offering, Samuel arrived. Saul and Jonathan and the troops with them were staying at Geba in the land of Benjamin. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. So Saul blew the ram’s horn throughout the land, saying, “Hebrews, hear this! [d] When Saul counted the men who were still with him, he found only 600 were left! Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. 1 Samuel 13. Rise up in revolt!”. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. But all the citizens of Jabesh asked for peace. Saul went out to meet and welcome him, 11 but Samuel said, “What is this you have done?”, Saul replied, “I saw my men scattering from me, and you didn’t arrive when you said you would, and the Philistines are at Micmash ready for battle. Meanwhile, Saul stayed at Gilgal, and his men were trembling with fear. Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 13 Saul was thirty[a] years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years.[b]. 13:20 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads or plowshares. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. * 13:1b Hebrew reigned . 3 Then Samuel said to all the people of Israel, “If you want to return to the Lord with all your hearts, get rid of your foreign gods and your images of Ashtoreth. 1 Samuel 13 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 Saul was thirty a years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 About a month later, # 11:1 As in Dead Sea Scroll 4QSam a and Greek version; Masoretic Text lacks About a month later. [ b] 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. The men of Israel saw what a tight spot they were in; and because they were hard pressed by the enemy, they tried to hide in caves, thickets, rocks, holes, and cisterns. Compare Acts 13:21. 16 Saul and Jonathan and the troops with them were staying at Geba in the land of Benjamin. 13:21a Hebrew 1 pim [8 grams]. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. All rights reserved. Acer Aspire 5 A515-54-5725, Malibu And Peach Schnapps Jello Shots, Senior Living In Stone Mountain, Ga, Family Vacation Rental With Private Pool, Rational Expectations Monetary Policy, Redbud Leaves Wilting, Fort Lauderdale Homes For Sale By Owner, Around This Time Last Year Synonym, Still I'm Sad Lyrics Rainbow, " />

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Had you kept it, the Lord would have established your kingdom over Israel forever. The pass at Micmash had meanwhile been secured by a contingent of the Philistine army. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. “You have not kept the command the. 5 The Philistines mustered a mighty army of 3,000[c] chariots, 6,000 charioteers, and as many warriors as the grains of sand on the seashore! 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. Compare Acts 13:21. So whenever the Israelites needed to sharpen their plowshares, picks, axes, or sickles. So the entire Israelite army was summoned to join Saul at Gilgal. 1 Samuel 13 War with the Philistines 1Saul was [ a]thirty years old when he began to reign, and [ b]he reigned [ c]forty-two years over Israel. The Lord has already appointed him to be the leader of his people, because you have not kept the Lord’s command.”. 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 Samuel 13:14New Living Translation (NLT) 14 But now your kingdom must end, for the Lordhas sought out a man after his own heart. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. 13 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. has sought out a man after his own heart. Saul realized that his troops were rapidly slipping away. The, has already appointed him to be the leader of his people, because you have not kept the. 1 Samuel 13 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned over Israel forty- two years. 1 Samuel 13. Saul replied, “I saw my men scattering from me, and you didn’t arrive when you said you would, and the Philistines are at Micmash ready for battle. As in Greek and Syriac versions; Hebrew reads, NLT Inspire Catholic Coloring/Journaling Bible, hardcover, Rose, NLT One Year Chronological Bible Creative Expressions, Softcover, NLT Inspire Large Print Bible for Creative Journaling Hardcover Tranquil Blue Leatherlike, NLT Girls Life Application Study Bible--soft leather-look, teal/pink with flowers, NLT Large-Print Inspire Bible: The Bible for Coloring & Creative Journaling, NLT Teen Life Application Study Bible, Softcover. The Philistines set up their camp at Micmash. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. Samuel then left Gilgal and went on his way, but the rest of the troops went with Saul to meet the army. Find a man named Jesse who lives there, for I have selected one of his sons to be my king.” Find a man named Jesse who lives there, for I have selected one of his sons to be my king.” 2 But Samuel asked, “How can I do that? 9 So he demanded, “Bring me the burnt offering and the peace offerings!” And Saul sacrificed the burnt offering himself. The news spread quickly among the Philistines. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. As in a few Greek manuscripts; the number is missing in the Hebrew. 13:21b Hebrew 1⁄3 [of a shekel] [4 grams]. Peninnah had children, but Hannah did not. One went north toward Ophrah in the land of Shual, 18 another went west to Beth-horon, and the third moved toward the border above the valley of Zeboim near the wilderness. Rise up in revolt!” 4 All Israel heard the news that Saul had destroyed the Philistine garrison at Geba and that the Philistines now hated the Israelites more than ever. Saul realized that his troops were rapidly slipping away. * 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the … they had to take them to a Philistine blacksmith. Samuel Leads Israel to Victory. So he demanded, “Bring me the burnt offering and the peace offerings!” And Saul sacrificed the burnt offering himself. 1 Samuel 13 New Living Translation (NLT) Continued War with Philistia 13 Saul was thirty[ a] years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. 23 The pass at Micmash had meanwhile been secured by a contingent of the Philistine army. years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 14 But now your kingdom must end, for the Lord has sought out a man after his own heart. The news spread quickly among the Philistines. 1 Then Samuel took a flask of olive oil and poured it over Saul’s head. Hebrew reigned . 1 Samuel 2:22 Now Eli was very old, but … 6 The men of Israel saw what a tight spot they were in; and because they were hard pressed by the enemy, they tried to hide in caves, thickets, rocks, holes, and cisterns. The Philistines wouldn’t allow them for fear they would make swords and spears for the Hebrews. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. The Philistines mustered a mighty army of 3,000, As in Greek and Syriac versions; Hebrew reads. b. Samuel exclaimed. 2 Elkanah had two wives, Hannah and Peninnah. Continued War with Philistia. Three raiding parties soon left the camp of the Philistines. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. He kissed Saul and said, “I am doing this because the LORD has appointed you to be the ruler over Israel, his special possession. New Living Translation; 1 Samuel 13 1 Samuel 13. 2. The rest of the men he sent back to their homes. Compare Acts 13:21. 1 Samuel 13 Continued War with Philistia 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. So I said, ‘The Philistines are ready to march against us at Gilgal, and I haven’t even asked for the, ’s help!’ So I felt compelled to offer the burnt offering myself before you came.”, “How foolish!” Samuel exclaimed. years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 13:15 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads Samuel then left Gilgal and went to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. . Turn your hearts to the Lord and obey him alone; then he will rescue you from the Philistines.” 4 So the Israelites got rid of their images of Baal and Ashtoreth and worshiped only the Lord. Continued War with Philistia. All rights reserved. The Lordhas already appointed him to be the leader of his people, because you have not kept the Lord’s command.” 13 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. and two; the number is incomplete in the Hebrew. . 10 Just as Saul was finishing with the burnt offering, Samuel arrived. for sharpening an ax or making the point of an ox goad. There were no blacksmiths in the land of Israel in those days. 1 There was a man named Elkanah who lived in Ramah in the region of Zuph # 1:1 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads in Ramathaim-zophim; compare 1:19. in the hill country of Ephraim. 12 As she was praying to the Lord, Eli watched her. 13:20 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads or plowshares. New Living Translation (NLT). They went up from Gilgal to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. “Make a treaty with us, … a 2 When you leave me today, you will see two men beside Rachel’s tomb at Zelzah, on the border of Benjamin. All Israel heard the news that Saul had destroyed the Philistine garrison at Geba and that the Philistines now hated the Israelites more than ever. The Philistines set up their camp at Micmash. Holy Bible, New Living Translation copyright 1996, 2004, 2007, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. He was the son of Jeroham, son of Elihu, son of Tohu, son of Zuph, of Ephraim. 13:15 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads Samuel then left Gilgal and went to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. 1 Samuel 13-15 New Living Translation (NLT) Continued War with Philistia 13 Saul was thirty[ a] years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 Saul was thirty 1 years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. “You have not kept the command the Lord your God gave you. Jump to Previous Meanwhile, Saul stayed at Gilgal, and his men were trembling with fear. 19 There were no blacksmiths in the land of Israel in those days. “You have not kept the command the Lord your God gave you. 1 Now the LORD said to Samuel, “You have mourned long enough for Saul. 1 Samuel 13:14 14 But now your kingdom must end, for the Lord has sought out a man after his own heart. 7 Some of them crossed the Jordan River and escaped into the land of Gad and Gilead. 13:21a Hebrew 1 pim [8 grams]. He kissed Saul and said, “I am doing this because the Lord has appointed you to be the ruler over Israel, his special possession. Compare Acts 13:21. Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. Chapter 13 Continued War with Philistia Saul was thirty* years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. “Throw away your wine!” chariots, 6,000 charioteers, and as many warriors as the grains of sand on the seashore! As in a few Greek manuscripts; the number is missing in the Hebrew. Saul realized that his troops were rapidly slipping away. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois, 60188. 8 Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. Bible > NLT > 1 Samuel 13 1 Samuel 13 New Living Translation: Par Continued War with Philistia. This summary of the book of 1 Samuel provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of 1 Samuel. New Living Translation / 1 Samuel 13; 1 Samuel 14; Share Tweet Save. Find a man named Jesse who lives there, for I have selected one of his sons to be my king." 1 Samuel 13:1-23, NLT. 1 Then Samuel took a flask of olive oil and poured it over Saul’s head. the number is incomplete in the Hebrew. [ b] 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. They camped at Micmash east of Beth-aven. 13:21b Hebrew 1 / 3 of a shekel [4 grams]. 1 Saul was thirty* 13:1a As in a few Greek manuscripts; the number is missing in the Hebrew. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. King Nahash of Ammon led his army against the Israelite town of Jabesh-gilead. and two; the number is incomplete in the Hebrew. I have rejected him as king of Israel, so fill your flask with olive oil and go to Bethlehem. Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. 15 Samuel then left Gilgal and went on his way, but the rest of the troops went with Saul to meet the army. Saul was thirty * years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years.. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. 2 Saul chose for himself 3,000 men of Israel; of whom 2,000 were with him in Michmash and in the hill country of Bethel, while 1,000 were with … would have established your kingdom over Israel forever. I have rejected him as king of Israel, so fill your flask with olive oil and go to Bethlehem. 20 So whenever the Israelites needed to sharpen their plowshares, picks, axes, or sickles,[e] they had to take them to a Philistine blacksmith. 1 Samuel 13 New Living Translation << 1 Samuel 12 | 1 Samuel 13 | 1 Samuel 14 >> War with the Philistines. Soon after this, Jonathan attacked and defeated the garrison of Philistines at Geba. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israe 12 So I said, ‘The Philistines are ready to march against us at Gilgal, and I haven’t even asked for the Lord’s help!’ So I felt compelled to offer the burnt offering myself before you came.”, 13 “How foolish!” Samuel exclaimed. . 13 Seeing her lips moving but hearing no sound, he thought she had been drinking. The Lord has already appointed him to be the leader of his people, because you have not kept the Lord ’s command.” So Saul blew the ram’s horn throughout the land, saying, “Hebrews, hear this! Some of them crossed the Jordan River and escaped into the land of Gad and Gilead. 13:20 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads or plowshares. Meanwhile, Saul stayed at Gilgal, and his men were trembling with fear. One went north toward Ophrah in the land of Shual. 22 So on the day of the battle none of the people of Israel had a sword or spear, except for Saul and Jonathan. Samuel then left Gilgal and went to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. So the entire Israelite army was summoned to join Saul at Gilgal. The Philistines wouldn’t allow them for fear they would make swords and spears for the Hebrews. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. Saul replied, “I saw my men scattering from me, and you didn’t arrive when you said you would, and the Philistines are at Micmash ready for battle. They camped at Micmash east of Beth-aven. The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce, of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce. 3 Soon after this, Jonathan attacked and defeated the garrison of Philistines at Geba. I have rejected him as king of Israel, so fill your flask with olive oil and go to Bethlehem. 13:5 As in Greek and Syriac versions; Hebrew reads 30,000. So on the day of the battle none of the people of Israel had a sword or spear, except for Saul and Jonathan. Chapter Parallel Compare. 1 Samuel 13:21 (The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce for sharpening an ax, a sickle, or an ox goad.) They went up from Gilgal to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. 1 Samuel 16:1-13 NLT Now the LORD said to Samuel, “You have mourned long enough for Saul. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. . 13:21b Hebrew 1⁄3 [of a shekel] [4 grams]. 1 Samuel 16 - Now the LORD said to Samuel, "You have mourned long enough for Saul. years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. another went west to Beth-horon, and the third moved toward the border above the valley of Zeboim near the wilderness. 1 Samuel 13-14 New Living Translation << 1 Samuel 12 | 1 Samuel 13-14 | 1 Samuel 15 >> War with the Philistines. When Saul counted the men who were still with him, he found only 600 were left! And you will rule over the Lord ’s people and save them from their enemies around them. 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 Samuel 2:12 Now the sons of Eli were scoundrels who had no respect for the LORD 1 Samuel 2:17 So the sin of these young men was very serious in the LORD's sight, for they treated the LORD's offerings with contempt. 17 Three raiding parties soon left the camp of the Philistines. Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. 21 The charges were as follows: a quarter of an ounce[f] of silver for sharpening a plowshare or a pick, and an eighth of an ounce[g] for sharpening an ax or making the point of an ox goad. 2 Saul chose three thousand men from Israel; two thousand were with him at Mikmash and in the hill country of Bethel, and a thousand were with Jonathan at Gibeah in Benjamin. 1 Samuel 13 Saul Fights the Philistines. 14 “Must you come here drunk?” he demanded. 14 But now your kingdom must end, for the Lord has sought out a man after his own heart. 9 So he demanded, “Bring me the burnt offering and the peace offerings!” And Saul sacrificed the burnt offering himself. Continued War with Philistia 1Saul was thirty As in a few Greek manuscripts; the number is missing in the Hebrew. Samuel Anoints Saul as King. 13:15 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads Samuel then left Gilgal and went to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. # 10:1 Greek version reads over Israel. 10 Just as Saul was finishing with the burnt offering, Samuel arrived. Had you kept it, the Lord would have established your kingdom over Israel forever. 13:21a Hebrew 1 pim [8 grams]. 8 Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn’t come. Saul went out to meet and welcome him, but Samuel said, “What is this you have done?”. Just as Saul was finishing with the burnt offering, Samuel arrived. Saul and Jonathan and the troops with them were staying at Geba in the land of Benjamin. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. So Saul blew the ram’s horn throughout the land, saying, “Hebrews, hear this! [d] When Saul counted the men who were still with him, he found only 600 were left! Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. 1 Samuel 13. Rise up in revolt!”. The other 1,000 went with Saul’s son Jonathan to Gibeah in the land of Benjamin. But all the citizens of Jabesh asked for peace. Saul went out to meet and welcome him, 11 but Samuel said, “What is this you have done?”, Saul replied, “I saw my men scattering from me, and you didn’t arrive when you said you would, and the Philistines are at Micmash ready for battle. Meanwhile, Saul stayed at Gilgal, and his men were trembling with fear. Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 13 Saul was thirty[a] years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years.[b]. 13:20 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads or plowshares. He took 2,000 of the chosen men with him to Micmash and the hill country of Bethel. * 13:1b Hebrew reigned . 3 Then Samuel said to all the people of Israel, “If you want to return to the Lord with all your hearts, get rid of your foreign gods and your images of Ashtoreth. 1 Samuel 13 1 Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 Saul was thirty a years old when he became king, and he reigned for forty-two years. 1 About a month later, # 11:1 As in Dead Sea Scroll 4QSam a and Greek version; Masoretic Text lacks About a month later. [ b] 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. The men of Israel saw what a tight spot they were in; and because they were hard pressed by the enemy, they tried to hide in caves, thickets, rocks, holes, and cisterns. Compare Acts 13:21. 16 Saul and Jonathan and the troops with them were staying at Geba in the land of Benjamin. 13:21a Hebrew 1 pim [8 grams]. 2 Saul selected 3,000 special troops from the army of Israel and sent the rest of the men home. All rights reserved.

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