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  • May our lord order, and your servants, who are before you, will seek a man skillful in playing a stringed instrument, so that when the evil spirit from the Lord assails you, he may play with his hand, and you may bear it more easily.” (1 Samuel 16, 16)

  • And so, whenever the evil spirit from the Lord assailed Saul, David took up his stringed instrument, and he struck it with his hand, and Saul was refreshed and uplifted. For the evil spirit withdrew from him. (1 Samuel 16, 23)

  • Then, on the next day, the evil spirit from God assailed Saul, and he prophesied in the midst of his house. And David played with his hand, just as at every other time. And Saul held a lance in his hand. (1 Samuel 18, 10)

  • And the evil spirit from the Lord came to Saul, who was sitting in his house and holding a lance. And David was playing music with his hand. (1 Samuel 19, 9)

  • If I will say to the boy, ‘Behold, the arrows are before you, take them up,’ you shall approach before me, because there is peace for you, and there is nothing evil, as the Lord lives. But if I will have spoken to the boy in this way, ‘Behold, the arrows are away from you,’ then you shall go away in peace, for the Lord has released you. (1 Samuel 20, 22)

  • And when David had realized that Saul had secretly prepared evil against him, he said to Abiathar, the priest, “Bring the ephod.” (1 Samuel 23, 9)

  • And he said to Saul: “Why do you listen to the words of men who say: ‘David seeks evil against you?’ (1 Samuel 24, 10)

  • Moreover, see and know, O my father, the edge of your cloak in my hand. For though I cut off the top of your cloak, I was not willing to extend my hand against you. Turn your soul and see that there is no evil in my hand, nor any iniquity or sin against you. Yet you lie in wait for my life, so that you may take it away. (1 Samuel 24, 12)

  • And he said to David: “You are more just than I am. For you have distributed good to me, but I have repaid evil to you. (1 Samuel 24, 18)

  • For this reason, consider and realize what you should do. For evil has been decided against your husband and against your house. And he is a son of Belial, so that no one is able to speak to him.” (1 Samuel 25, 17)

  • And David said: “Truly, in vain have I preserved all that was his in the wilderness, so that nothing perished out of all that belonged to him. And he has repaid evil to me for good. (1 Samuel 25, 21)

  • Now therefore, my lord, as your soul lives, and as the Lord lives, who has kept your hand to yourself, and has prevented you from coming to blood: now, let your enemies be like Nabal, and like all those who are seeking evil for my lord. (1 Samuel 25, 26)


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