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    his son Jonathan and all of his attendants to kill David. However, Jonathan really liked David and warned him. Jonathan told David to be on guard the next day to go hiding and stay there and he’ll talk to Saul about him and find out what he thinks. Jonathan spoke well of David and said that David has not done anything wrong to him and what he did do was benefit him. Jonathan included that David was innocent and he even risked his life to fight Goliath. Also, that the Lord won a great victory in all of Israel. Saul made a promise to Jonathan and said “As surely as the Lord lives, David won’t be put to death.” Jonathan told David everything that has been said. When war came out again, David defeated the Philistines and they ran away. An evil spirit from…

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    reintroduced to Samuel, Saul, David, Jonathan, and Absalom. Learning about these characters now was different then learning about them when I was younger because I have developed more as a person and now see things differently than before. I was able to make new connections for these biblical characters as well as learn new things from analyzing these characters during our class discussions. Samuel is considered a “miracle child” because his mother Hannah was unable to have children but God…

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    The piercing exchange of the eye’s iris, the gentle fluttering of butterflies, the strong beats of a drum and the river of thoughts that travel across the mind, it’s flirtatious, lust or love at first sight. The gentle touch on the shoulder, warm embraces feel the heart, the gentle and warm breath that lands so softly on the cheek from the face to face eye gazing, these are the beginnings of erotic moments that can lead to a lifetime of love. In the epic of “Gilgamesh” translated by Foster…

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    The story of David was about a flawed man that couldn't be ignored. The rise of David's power showed that he was both a military and a political genius. David grew up in a family of royal history. It was said that the house of Jesse, David's father, was a house of wealth, scholarliness, generosity, and responsibility. David's rise to power all began with God appearing to Samuel, one of Saul's advisees, and telling him to travel to Bethlehem, where he would find the next of kin in Jesse's family.…

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    King David Praise

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    there was King David, there was King Saul and his son Jonathan. Although Saul had his flaws, as we all do, he had been a mighty warrior and defender of the Israelites. He lived in a time when the Philistine city states on the Gaza plain were subjugating the Israelites who lived in the hills. The book of Judges is full of Philistines running roughshod over the Israelites, and part of the initial success was their iron age weaponry. The Israelites were still in the bronze age, weapons wise,…

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    Bible, comes a struggle for superiority between two people: David and Saul. During a big fight called the Battle of Philistines, David the leader of Israel’s side fights against the Philistines. David defeats the Philistines by using a slingshot to kill the leader with a slingshot as opposed to a sharp weapon such as an arrow or a sword. He also has slain ten thousands while Saul has only slain thousands. Saul sees David’s success as a threat to his confidence causing him to develop a feeling of…

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    King David Research Paper

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    DAVID?S BIG LIFE AND THE BIG LESSONS IT OFFERS BELIEVERS To describe David as a legendary figure is an appropriate nod to the impact his life has had on multiplied millions. But the story of his life is not a legend, it is a fact and its scope is extraordinary. When you travel with David through the journey that was his life you are in for a wild ride filled with unbelievable highs and devastating lows. I can?t think of any Biblical biography ? a biography contained with Scripture ? that gives…

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    yet, fathers love their children unreservedly. In the event of serious mistakes and on those days when his children are at their worst, a Christian father is always there. There are three pictures painted in the Bible of fathers and if we can put them into one portrait, perhaps we can develop a deeper understanding and a greater appreciation for the kind of fathers children deserve. The first picture is the story of a father who left his son a rich heritage. Jonathan left his son a good…

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    King David Downfall

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    The Fall of King David King David is known by many as the child who killed Goliath with a sling and a stone and who united all of Israel under the rule of Jerusalem. While this is how David became king, this kingship was the cause of most, if not all, of his sins. David, after becoming king, abused his powers for self gain and pleasure, and was eventually punished by God for these sins. This punishment not only lead to David being chastised, but his family also received this chastisement from…

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    “The beauty of Israel is slain upon thy high places: how are the mighty fallen!” Israel is a holy place for worship: this holy place has been damaged from the battles fought here and the soldiers who have been slain here. The battle that has taken place here is a reference to the battle that had been fought between David and Goliath. “Tell it not in Gath, publish it not in the streets of Askelon, lest the daughters of the uncircumcised triumph.” Let the daughters rejoice that the war is over,…

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