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|... em Gilgal. 34 Então Samuel sefoi a Ramá; eSaul subiu asuacasa, |
aGibeádeSaul. 35 Ora, Samuel nuncamaisviu aSaul até o dia da sua morte, mas
Samuel teve dó de Saul. E o Senhor se arrependeu de haver posto a Saul rei
|Eo Senhor searrependeu dehaverposto a Saul rei sobreIsrael. 1 Samuel16 1 |
Então disse o Senhor a Samuel: Até quando terás dó de Saul, havendo-o eu
rejeitado, para que não reine sobre Israel? Enche oteu vaso de azeite, e vem; ...
|Saul rei nod one year; mul when he hcul reigned two years.'—'IYhere is nothing |
about ' reigning ' in the first clause of the original. It is, literally, 'Saul was the son
of a year,' which being the Hebrew idiom for expressing the age of atperson, ...
|... the the day: and it came to van, that they which remained were scattered, no |
that two of them were not left togotheri 12 1 And the poo le said unto Samuel,
Who i! he that said, shal Saul rei noverual bring the men, that we may ut em to
|I. How David reigned over one Tribe at Hebron, while the Son of Saul rei ned |
over the rest of the Multitude; and how, in the Civil ar which then arose, Asahel
and Abner were slain. § 1. Vl'ms fight proved to be on the same day whereon
|Davi e sua gente caminhavam na retaguarda com Aquis. 3. Os chefes dos |
filisteus disseram: Quem são esses hebreus? É Davi, respondeu Aquis, servo de
Saul, rei de Israel, que está em minha companhia há muitos dias, e mesmo há
|Adonijah Solomon Joab, the general Benaiah, the general Abiathar, the priest |
Zadok, the priest Nathan, the prophet Shimei, of the House of Saul Rei, an
obscure friend Joab and Abiathar were two of David's oldest friends. Abiathar
was the ...
|Who is he that said, I Shall Saul rei^n over us ? bring m the men, that put them to |
death. 13 And Saul said, There 0 shall not a man be put to death this day : for to-
day the Lori> hath wrought salvation p in Israel. 14 Then said Samuel to the ...
|20. j Saul rei>eats that he has to the general abhorrence of such supcrsti- ol>|
eyed substantially. He points to Agag in tlous. — —Iniquity.] Lit. nothingness; Heb
. proof of his own oltedience, and alleges that aven ; often used for an idol.
|4, note. 4. David zvas thirty years old, <&Y.] Literally, the son of thirty years at his |
becoming king. The phrase is identical with 1 Sam. xiii. r, where see note. The
age of David is conclusive as to the fact that the earlier years of Saul's rei,;n ...
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