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The king is already a troubled soul, prone to angry eruptions, mad enough to eat bees. David’s popularity splashes gasoline on Saul’s temper. ” (18:11). Saul tries to kill Bethlehem’s golden boy six different times. First, he invites David to marry his daughter Michal. Seems like a kind gesture, until you read the crude dowry Saul required. One hundred Philistine foreskins. Surely one of the Philistines will kill David, Saul hopes. They don’t. David doubles the demand and returns with the proof (18:25–27).

People look at the outside of a person, but the Lord looks at the heart” (1 Sam. 16:7 ncv). Seven sons pass. Seven sons fail. The procession comes to a halt. Samuel counts the siblings: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. ” A similar question caused Cinderella’s stepmother to squirm. Jesse likely did the same. “I still have the youngest son. He is out taking care of the sheep” (16:11 ncv). The Hebrew word for “youngest son” is haqqaton. It implies more than age; it suggests rank. ” Sheep watching fits the family haqqaton.

In this case, wrong. The Gittites aren’t hospitable. ” they ask. ” (21:11 nlt). David panics. He’s a lamb in a pack of wolves. Tall men, taller walls. Piercing glares, piercing spears. We’d like to hear a prayer to his Shepherd; we’d appreciate a pronouncement of God’s strength. Don’t hold your breath. David doesn’t see God. He sees trouble. So he takes matters into his own hands. He pretends to be insane, scratching on doors and drooling down his beard. Finally the king of Gath says to his men, “‘Must you bring me a madman?

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