1 Samuel 221 Companies resort unto David at Adullam.3 At Mizpeh he commends his parents unto the king of Moab.5 Admonished by Gad, he comes to Hareth.6 Saul going to pursue him, complains of his servants' unfaithfulness.9 Doeg accuses Ahimelech.11 Saul commands to kill the priests.17 The footmen refusing, Doeg executes it.20 Abiathar escaping, brings David the news. David.21:10-15; Ps 34:1; 57:1; *titlesthe cave.Jos 12:15; 15:35; 2Sa 23:13,14; 1Ch 11:15; Ps 142:1; *titleMic 1:3,15; Heb 11:38Adullam.Adullam was a city of Judah; and, according to Eusebius, ten miles (Jerome says eleven) eastward from Eleutheropolis. distress.Jud 11:3; Mt 11:12,28was in debt. Heb. had a creditor.Mt 18:25-34discontented. Heb. bitter of soul.1:10; 30:6; Jud 18:25; 2Sa 17:8; Pr 31:6; *marginsa captain.9:16; 25:15,16; 30:22-24; 2Sa 5:2; 2Ki 20:5; 1Ch 11:15-19Ps 72:12-14; Mt 9:12,13; Heb 2:10 Mizpeh.Jud 11:29the king.14:47; Ru 1:1-4; 4:10,17Let my father.Ge 47:11; Ex 20:12; Mt 15:4-6; 1Ti 5:4till I know.3:18; 2Sa 15:25,26; Php 2:23,24 in the hold.2Sa 23:13,14; 1Ch 12:16Gad.2Sa 24:11; 1Ch 21:9; 29:29; 2Ch 29:25depart.23:1-6; Ne 6:11; Ps 11:1; Isa 8:12-14David departed.Mt 10:23 5 tree. or, grove in a high place. spear.18:10; 19:9; 20:33 the son of Jesse.9,13; 18:14; 20:27,30; 25:10; 2Sa 20:1; 1Ki 12:16; Isa 11:1,10give.8:14,15captains.8:11,12 sheweth me. Heb. uncovereth mine ear.20:2; Job 33:16; *marg:that my son.18:3; 20:8,13-17,30-34,42; 23:16-18 Doeg.He is also said to be "the chiefest of the herdsmen that belonged to Saul;" and the Septuagint intimates that he was over the mules of Saul. He may have been what we call the king's equerry or groom. 21:7; Ps 52:1; *titlePs 52:1-5; Pr 19:5; 29:12; Eze 22:9; Mt 26:59-61Ahimelech.21:1-15Ahitub. he enquired.13,15; 23:2,4,12; 30:8; Nu 27:21him victuals.21:6-9 sent to call.Ro 3:15 thou son.7,13Here I am. Heb. Behold me.2Sa 9:6; Isa 65:1 Why have.8; Ps 119:69; Am 7:10; Lu 23:2-5 And who.19:4,5; 20:32; 24:11; 26:23; 2Sa 22:23-25; Pr 24:11,12; 31:8,9the king's.13; 17:25; 18:27goeth.18:13; 21:2 Did I then.He seems to intimate, that his enquiring now for David was no new thing, having often done so before, without ever being informed it was wrong in itself or displeasing to the king. the servant.Ge 20:5,6; 2Sa 15:11; 2Co 1:12; 1Pe 3:16,17less or more. Heb. little or great.25:36 Thou shalt.14:44; 20:31; 1Ki 18:4; 19:2; Pr 28:15; Da 2:5,12; 3:19,20; Ac 12:19thou, and.De 24:16; Es 3:6; Mt 2:16 footmen. or, guard. Heb. runners.8:11; 2Sa 15:1; 1Ki 1:5slay the priests.13; 20:33; 25:17; 1Ki 18:4would not.14:45; Ex 1:17; 2Ki 1:13,14; Ac 4:19 Doeg.9he fell.2Ch 24:21; Ho 5:11; 7:3; Mic 6:16; Zep 3:3; Ac 26:10,11fourscore.The LXX. read, [tria kosious kai pente andras,] "three hundred and five men;" and Josephus, "three hundred and eighty-five men." Probably the eighty-five were priests and the three hundred the families of the priests; three hundred and eighty-five being the whole population of Nob. 2:30-33,36; 3:12-14a linen ephod.2:28; Ex 28:40 Nob.9,11; 21:1; Ne 11:32; Isa 10:32men.15:3,9; Jos 6:17,21; Ho 10:14; Jas 2:13with the edge.This is one of the worst acts of Saul's life: his malice was implacable, and his wrath cruel; and there is no motive of justice or policy by which such a barbarous massacre can be justified. one.23:6; 30:7; 2Sa 20:25; 1Ki 2:26,27escaped.2:33; 4:12; Job 1:15-17,19 21 I have occasioned.21:1-9; Ps 44:22 he that seeketh.1Ki 2:26; Mt 24:9; Joh 15:20; 16:2,3; Heb 12:1-3but with me.Joh 10:28-30; 17:12; 18:9
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