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  • And Saul said to David: Behold my elder daughter Merob, her will I give thee to wife: only be a valiant man, and fight the battles of the Lord. Now Saul said within himself: Let not my hand be upon him, but let the hands of the Philistines be upon him. (1 Samuel 18, 17)

  • And David said to Saul: Who am I, or what is my life, or my father's family in Israel, that I should be son in law of the king? (1 Samuel 18, 18)

  • And it came to pass at the time when Merob the daughter of Saul should have been given to David, that she was given to Hadriel the Molathite to wife. (1 Samuel 18, 19)

  • But Michol the other daughter of Saul loved David. And it was told Saul, and it pleased him. (1 Samuel 18, 20)

  • And Saul said: I will give her to him, that she may be a stumblingblock to him, and that the band of the Philistines may be upon him. And Saul said to David: In two things thou shalt be my son in law this day. (1 Samuel 18, 21)

  • And Saul commanded his servants to speak to David privately, saying: Behold thou pleasest the king, and all his servants love thee. Now therefore be the king's son in law. (1 Samuel 18, 22)

  • And the servants of Saul spoke all these words in the ears of David. And David said: Doth it seem to you a small matter to be the king's son in law? But I am a poor man, and of small ability. (1 Samuel 18, 23)

  • And the servants of Saul told him, saying: Such words as these hath David spoken. (1 Samuel 18, 24)

  • And Saul said: Speak thus to David: The king desireth not any dowry, but only a hundred foreskins of the Philistines, to be avenged of the king's enemies. Now Saul thought to deliver David into the hands of the Philistines. (1 Samuel 18, 25)

  • And when his servants had told David the words that Saul had said, the word was pleasing in the eyes of David to be the king's son in law. (1 Samuel 18, 26)

  • And after a few days David rose up, and went with the men that were under him, and he slew of the Philistines two hundred men, and brought their foreskins and numbered them out to the king, that he might be his son in law. Saul therefore gave him Michol his daughter to wife. (1 Samuel 18, 27)

  • And Saul saw, and understood that the Lord was with David. And Michol the daughter of Saul loved him. (1 Samuel 18, 28)


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