1 Samuel 301 The Amalekites spoil Ziklag.4 David asking counsel, is encouraged by God to pursue them.11 By the means of a revived Egyptian he is brought to the enemies, and recovers all the spoil.22 David's law to divide the spoil equally between them that fight and them that keep the stuff.26 He sends presents to his friends. were come.29:11; 2Sa 1:2on the third.This was the third day after he had left the Philistine army at Aphek, from which place, Calmet supposes, Ziklag was distant more than thirty leagues. the Amalekites.15:7; 27:8-10; Ge 24:62; Jos 11:6 slew not.19; 27:11; Job 38:11; Ps 76:10; Isa 27:8,9 burned.Ps 34:19; Heb 12:6; 1Pe 1:6,7; Re 3:9 lifted up.4:13; 11:4; Ge 37:33-35; Nu 14:1,39; Jud 2:4; 21:2; Ezr 10:1 two wives.1:2; 25:42,43; 27:3; 2Sa 2:2; 3:2,3 was greatly.Ge 32:7; Ps 25:17; 42:7; 116:3,4,10; 2Co 1:8,9; 4:8; 7:5the people.Ex 17:4; Nu 14:10; Ps 62:9; Mt 21:9; 27:22grieved. Heb. bitter.1:10; Jud 18:25; 2Sa 17:8; 2Ki 4:27; *marginsDavid.Job 13:15; Ps 18:6; 26:1,2; 27:1-3; 34:1-8; 40:1,2; 42:5,11Ps 56:3,4,11; 62:1,5,8; 118:8-13; Pr 18:10; Isa 25:4; 37:14-20Jer 16:19; Hab 3:17,18; Ro 4:18; 8:31; 2Co 1:6,9,10; Heb 13:6 Abiathar.22:20,21; 23:2-9; 1Ki 2:26; Mr 2:26 enquired.23:2,4,10-12; Jud 20:18,23,28; 2Sa 5:19,23; Pr 3:5,6he answered him.14:37; 28:6,15,16; Nu 27:21; Ps 50:15; 91:15 9 for two hundred.21so faint.14:20,31; Jud 8:4,5the brook Besor.This brook or torrent, it is evident from the circumstances of the history, must be in the south-west part of Judea, and must empty itself into the Mediterranean Sea. In the more particular situation of it writers are not agreed. Some suppose it to be between Gaza and Rhinocorura; but Jerome places it between Rhinocorura and Egypt. It is supposed by some to be the same as the river of the wilderness, (Am 6:14,) and the river of Egypt, Jos 15:4. gave him.De 15:7-11; 23:7; Pr 25:21; Mt 25:35; Lu 10:36,37; Ro 12:20,21 his spirit.14:27; Jud 15:19; Isa 40:29-31three days.13; Es 4:16; Jon 1:17; Mt 27:63 my master.Though they had booty enough, and this poor sick slave might have been carried on an ass or a camel, yet they inhumanely left him to perish; but, in the righteous providence of God, this cruelty was the occasion of their destruction; whilst David's kindness to a perishing stranger and slave was the means of his success, and proved the truest policy. Job 31:13-15; Pr 12:10; Jas 2:13 the Cherethites.Calmet and others suppose that these people, who inhabited the same district as the Philistines, were the aborigines of the island of Crete, from which they derived their name. 16; 2Sa 8:18; 1Ki 1:38,44; 1Ch 18:17; Eze 25:16; Zep 2:5Caleb.A district in the south of Judea, in which were the cities of Kirjath-Arba or Hebron, and Kirjath-sepher, belonging to the family of Caleb. Jos 14:13; 15:13we burned.1-3 Swear.29:6; Jos 2:12; 9:15,19,20; Eze 17:13,16,19nor deliver.De 23:15,16 when he.Jud 1:24,25eating.25:36-38; Ex 32:6,17-19,27,28; Jud 16:23-30; 2Sa 13:28; Isa 22:13Da 5:1-4; Lu 12:19,20; 17:27-29; 21:34,35; 1Th 5:3; Re 11:10-13because of all.Job 20:5 the next day. Heb. their morrow. and there.11:11; Jud 4:16; 1Ki 20:29,30; Ps 18:42 18 8; Ge 14:14-16; Nu 31:49; Job 1:10; Ps 34:9,10; 91:9,10; Mt 6:33 This is David's spoil.26; Nu 31:9-12; 2Ch 20:25; Isa 53:12; Ro 8:37 two hundred men.10came near.Heb 13:1; 1Pe 3:8saluted them. Heb. asked them how they did.Jud 8:15 wicked.22:2; 25:17,25; De 13:13; Jud 19:22; 1Ki 21:10,13those. Heb. the men. Because.Mt 7:12 my brethren.Ge 19:7; Jud 19:23; Ac 7:2; 22:1which the Lord.8; 2:7; Nu 31:49-54; De 8:10,18; 1Ch 29:12-14; Hab 1:16who hath.Ps 44:2-7; 121:7,8 but as his part.This equitable edict was somewhat different from that which had so long obtained in Israel, and by which the spoil of the Midianites was divided: that related to the whole people: this only to the soldiers, some of whom went to battle, while others guarded the baggage. Nu 31:27; Jos 22:8; Ps 68:12tarrieth.25:13 forward. Heb. and forward.16:13 to his friends.1Ch 12:1-15; Ps 35:27; 68:18; Pr 18:16-24; Isa 32:8present. Heb. blessing.25:27; Ge 33:11; 2Ki 5:15; 2Co 9:5 Beth-el.Probably not the celebrated city of this name, but Bethul a city of Simeon, (Jos 19:4,) supposed to be the same as Bethelia, mentioned by Sozomen as belonging to Gaza, well peopled, and having several temples remarkable for their structure and antiquity; and which Jerome says, in his life of Hilarion, was five short days' journey from Pelusium. Ge 28:19; Jos 16:2; Jud 1:22,23; 1Ki 12:29south Ramoth.A city of Simeon; so called to distinguish it from Ramoth Gilead beyond Jordan. Jos 19:8Ramath. Jattir.Jos 15:48; 21:14 Aroer.Jos 13:16Siphmoth.Supposed to be the same with Shepham (Nu 34:10,) on the eastern borders of Canaan. Eshtemoa.Jos 15:50Eshtemoh.Jos 21:14 Rachal.Supposed by Calmet to be the same as Hachilah. 23:19Jerahmeelites.The descendants of Jerahmeel son of Hezron, (1 Ch 2:9, 25-27,) who inhabited a district in the south of Judah. 27:10Kenites.These people inhabited a small tract west of the Dead Sea. Jud 1:16 Hormah.Jos 19:4; Jud 1:17Chorashan.Probably the same as Ashan in Simeon, Jos 15:42; 19:7, which Eusebius says was sixteen miles west from Jerusalem. Hebron.Jos 14:13,14; 2Sa 2:1; 4:1; 15:10
Copyright information for TSK
Welcome to STEP Bible
From Tyndale House, Cambridge UK
Use the search box to find Bibles, commentaries, passages, search terms, etc. Here are some examples:
This shows how to quickly lookup a passage.
Looking up a passage in three different translations is also easy.
This asks STEP to search for the Greek word for 'brother' and show the results in the ESV.
This example runs both a 'Hebrew word search' and a 'Text' search and shows the results in both the NIV and ESV.
You can mix most searches. This finds any word translated as 'throne' in the Prophets and the New Testament, but only in verses concerning the topic 'David'. This excludes verses which refer to a 'throne' in other contexts.
Interlinear Hebrew & Greek is available for some translations with grammar (and more soon). To reverse the interlinear order, click on a version abbreviation under the verse number.
© Tyndale House, Cambridge, UK - 2018