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  • Saul's look-out men in Geba of Benjamin could see the camp scattering in all directions. (1 Samuel 14, 16)

  • Saul then said to the force that was with him, 'Call the roll and see who has left us.' So they called the roll, and Jonathan and his armour-bearer were missing. (1 Samuel 14, 17)

  • Saul then said to Ahijah, 'Bring the ephod,' since he was the man who carried the ephod in Israel. (1 Samuel 14, 18)

  • But while Saul was speaking to the priest, the turmoil in the Philistine camp grew worse and worse; and Saul said to the priest, 'Withdraw your hand.' (1 Samuel 14, 19)

  • Saul and the whole force with him then formed up and advanced to where the fighting was going on: and there they all were, drawing their swords on one another in wild confusion. (1 Samuel 14, 20)

  • Those Hebrews who had earlier taken service with the Philistines and had accompanied them into camp, now defected to the Israelites who were with Saul and Jonathan. (1 Samuel 14, 21)

  • As the men of Israel were hard pressed that day, Saul pronounced this imprecation over the people, 'A curse on anyone who eats food before evening, before I have taken revenge on my enemies!' So none of the people so much as tasted food. (1 Samuel 14, 24)

  • Saul was informed, 'The people are sinning against Yahweh by eating with the blood!' He said, 'You have not kept faith! Roll me a large stone here!' (1 Samuel 14, 33)

  • Saul then said, 'Scatter among the people and say, "Everyone is to bring his bullock or his sheep to me here." You will slaughter them here and eat, and not sin against Yahweh by eating with the blood.' Each individual brought what he happened to have that night, and they all slaughtered in the same place. (1 Samuel 14, 34)

  • Saul built an altar to Yahweh; it was the first altar he had built to Yahweh. (1 Samuel 14, 35)

  • Saul said, 'Let us go down under cover of dark and plunder the Philistines until dawn; we shall not leave one of them alive.' 'Do whatever you think right,' they replied. But the priest said, 'Let us approach God here.' (1 Samuel 14, 36)

  • Saul consulted God, 'Shall I go down and pursue the Philistines? Will you hand them over to Israel?' But he gave him no reply that day. (1 Samuel 14, 37)

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