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1Ch 18:4

“1,000 chariots and 7,000 horsemen and 20,000 footmen.” 2 Samuel 8:4 has different numbers, but there is no explanation for the difference.

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1Ch 18:5

“When the Syrians of Damascus.” This is exactly the same as 2 Samuel 8:5.

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1Ch 18:6(top)
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1Ch 18:9

“Tou.” In Chronicles the man’s name is spelled “Tou,” while in 2 Samuel it is spelled “Toi” (cp. 2 Sam 8:9).

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1Ch 18:10(top)
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1Ch 18:12

“Abishai the son of Zeruiah struck of the Edomites.” This is a good example of the principle of “author-agent” (or Principal and agent) in Scripture. Here in Chronicles, one of David's generals, Abishai, is credited with defeating the Edomites, while 1 Samuel 18:13 says that David conquered the Edomites (see commentary on 1 Sam. 18:13).

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1Ch 18:16

“Shavsha.” 2 Samuel 8:17 says “Seraiah.” The person was known by two different names.

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1Ch 18:17

“head administrators around the king.” The Hebrew is more literally the sons of David were “heads at the hand of David.”

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