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  • If instead you continue to do evil, both you and your king shall perish." (1 Samuel 12, 25)

  • The spirit of the LORD had departed from Saul, and he was tormented by an evil spirit sent by the LORD. (1 Samuel 16, 14)

  • So the servants of Saul said to him: "Please! An evil spirit from God is tormenting you. (1 Samuel 16, 15)

  • If your lordship will order it, we, your servants here in attendance on you, will look for a man skilled in playing the harp. When the evil spirit from God comes over you, he will play and you will feel better." (1 Samuel 16, 16)

  • Whenever the spirit from God seized Saul, David would take the harp and play, and Saul would be relieved and feel better, for the evil spirit would leave him. (1 Samuel 16, 23)

  • When Eliab, his oldest brother, heard him speaking with the men, he grew angry with David and said: "Why did you come down? With whom have you left those sheep in the desert meanwhile? I know your arrogance and your evil intent. You came down to enjoy the battle!" (1 Samuel 17, 28)

  • (The next day an evil spirit from God came over Saul, and he raged in his house. David was in attendance, playing the harp as at other times, while Saul was holding his spear. (1 Samuel 18, 10)

  • Then an evil spirit from the LORD came upon Saul as he was sitting in his house with spear in hand and David was playing the harp nearby. (1 Samuel 19, 9)

  • Now, see what you can do, for you must realize that otherwise evil is in store for our master and for his whole family. He is so mean that no one can talk to him." (1 Samuel 25, 17)

  • David had just been saying: "Indeed, it was in vain that I guarded all this man's possessions in the desert, so that he missed nothing. He has repaid good with evil. (1 Samuel 25, 21)

  • Please forgive the transgression of your handmaid, for the LORD shall certainly establish a lasting dynasty for my lord, because your lordship is fighting the battles of the LORD, and there is no evil to be found in you your whole life long. (1 Samuel 25, 28)

  • On hearing that Nabal was dead, David said: "Blessed be the LORD, who has requited the insult I received at the hand of Nabal, and who restrained his servant from doing evil, but has punished Nabal for his own evil deeds." David then sent a proposal of marriage to Abigail. (1 Samuel 25, 39)


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