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  • Saul said, "May God do thus and so to me if you do not indeed die, Jonathan!" (1 Samuel 14, 44)

  • But the army said to Saul: "Is Jonathan to die, though it was he who brought Israel this great victory? This must not be! As the LORD lives, not a single hair of his head shall fall to the ground, for God was with him in what he did today!" Thus the soldiers were able to rescue Jonathan from death. (1 Samuel 14, 45)

  • After that Saul gave up the pursuit of the Philistines, who returned to their own territory. (1 Samuel 14, 46)

  • After taking over the kingship of Israel, Saul waged war on all their surrounding enemies--Moab, the Ammonites, Aram, Beth-rehob, the king of Zobah, and the Philistines. Wherever he turned, he was successful (1 Samuel 14, 47)

  • The sons of Saul were Jonathan, Ishvi, and Malchishua; his two daughters were named, the elder, Merob, and the younger, Michal. (1 Samuel 14, 49)

  • Saul's wife, who was named Ahinoam, was the daughter of Ahimaaz. The name of his general was Abner, son of Saul's uncle, Ner; (1 Samuel 14, 50)

  • Kish, Saul's father, and Ner, Abner's father, were sons of Abiel. (1 Samuel 14, 51)

  • An unremitting war was waged against the Philistines during Saul's lifetime. When Saul saw any strong or brave man, he took him into his service. (1 Samuel 14, 52)

  • Samuel said to Saul: "It was I the LORD sent to anoint you king over his people Israel. Now, therefore, listen to the message of the LORD. (1 Samuel 15, 1)

  • Saul alerted the soldiers, and at Telaim reviewed two hundred thousand foot soldiers and ten thousand men of Judah. (1 Samuel 15, 4)

  • Saul went to the city of Amalek, and after setting an ambush in the wadi, (1 Samuel 15, 5)

  • Saul routed Amalek from Havilah to the approaches of Shur, on the frontier of Egypt. (1 Samuel 15, 7)


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