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Go to Bible: 1 Samuel 26
 
1Sa 26:1

“the hill of Hachilah, which is facing Jeshimon?” David is in the same area as he was in 1 Samuel 23:19.

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1Sa 26:2(top)
1Sa 26:3

“while David was staying in the wilderness.” David was in what is called “the wilderness of Judah.” He had been in this general location earlier (cp. 1 Sam. 23:19). [For the details of David’s journeys once he started running from Saul, see commentary on 1 Sam. 19:18].

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1Sa 26:4(top)
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1Sa 26:10

“be swept away.” That is, Saul will die, perhaps having the overtone of a violent death (cp. Gen. 18:23).

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1Sa 26:15

“Aren’t you a man.” That is, are you not a valiant man, a tough guy.

“your lord, the king.” The word “lord” is plural, but the word “king” is singular. Thus the “lord” is a plural of majesty.

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1Sa 26:16

“worthy of death.” Literally, “sons of death.”

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1Sa 26:25

“So David went his way.” David knew Saul was too unstable to trust.

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