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19 Saul Spoke to Jonathan his son and all his household about killing David. But Jonathan was devoted to David and told him that his father Saul was looking for an opportunity to kill him. 'Be on your guard to- morrow morning,' he said; 'conceal yourself, and remain in hiding. Then I will come out and join my father in the open country where you are and speak to him about you, and if I discover anything I will tell you.' Jonathan spoke up for David to his father Saul and said to him, 'Sir, do not wrong your servant David; he has not wronged you; his conduct toward you has been beyond reproach. Did he not take his life in his hands when he killed the Philistine, and the Lord won a great victory for Israel? You saw it, you shared in the rejoicing; why should you wrong an innocent man and put David to death without cause?' Saul listened to Jonathan and swore solemnly by the Lord that David should not be put to death. So Jonathan called David and told him all this; then he brought him to Saul, and he was in attendance on the king as before. War broke out again, and David attacked the Philistines and dealt them such a blow that they ran before him. An evil spirit from the Lord came upon Saul as he was sitting in the house with his spear in his hand; and David was playing the harp. Saul tried to pin David to the wall with the spear, but he avoided the king's thrust so that Saul drove the spear into the wall. David escaped and got safely away. That night Saul sent servants to keep watch on David's house, intending to kill him in the morning, but David's wife Michal warned him to get away that night, 'or tomorrow', she said, 'you will be a dead man.' She let David down through a window and he slipped away and escaped. Michal took their household gods and put them on a bed; at its head she laid a goat's-hair rug and covered it all with a cloak. When the men arrived to arrest David she told them he was ill. Saul sent them back to see David for themselves. 'Bring him to me, bed and all,' he said, 'and I will kill him.' When they came, there were the household gods on the bed and the goat's- hair rug at its head. Then Saul said to Michal, 'Why have you played this trick on me and let my enemy get safely away?' And Michal answered, 'He said to me, "Help me to escape or I will kill you." ' Meanwhile David made good his escape and came to Samuel at Ramah, and told him how Saul had treated him. Then he and Samuel went to Naioth and stayed there. Saul was told that David was there, and he sent a party of men to seize him. When they saw the company of prophets in rapture, with Samuel standing at their head, the spirit of God came upon them and they fell into prophetic rapture. When this was reported to Saul he sent another party. These also fell into rapture, and when he sent more men a third time, they did the same. Saul himself then set out for Ramah and came to the great cistern in Secu. He asked where Samuel and David were and was told that they were at Naioth in Ramah. On his way there the spirit of God came upon him too and he went on, in a rapture as he went, till he came to Naioth in Ramah. There he too stripped off his clothes and like the rest fell into a rapture before Samuel and lay down naked all that day and all that night. That is why men say, 'Is Saul also among the prophets?' 20 Then David made his escape from Naioth in Ramah and came to Jonathan. 'What have I done?' he asked. 'What is my offence? What does your father think I have done wrong, that he seeks my life?' Jonathan answered him, 'God forbid! There is no thought of putting you to death. I am sure my father will not do anything whatever without telling me. Why should my father hide such a thing from me? I cannot believe it!' David said, 'I am ready to swear to it: your father has said to himself, "Jonathan must not know this or he will resent it", because he knows that you have a high regard for me. As the Lord lives, your life upon it, there is only a step between me and death.' Jonathan said to David, 'What do you want me to do for you?' David answered, 'It is new moon tomorrow, and I ought to dine with the king. Let me go and lie hidden in the fields until the third evening. If your father happens to miss me, then say, 'David asked me for leave to pay a brief visit to his home in Bethlehem, for it is the annual sacrifice there for the whole family." If he says, "Well and good", that will be a good sign for me; but if he flies into a rage, you will know that he is set on doing me wrong. My lord, keep faith with me; for you and I have entered into a solemn compact before the Lord. Kill me yourself if I am guilty. Why let me fall into your father's hands?' 'God forbid!' cried Jonathan. 'If I find my father set on doing you wrong I will tell you.' David answered Jonathan, 'How will you let me know if he answers harshly?' Jonathan said, 'Come with me into the fields.' So they went together into the fields, and Jonathan said to David, 'I promise you, David, in the sight of the Lord the god of Israel, this time tomorrow I will sound my father for the third time and, if he is well disposed to you, I will send and let you know. If my father means mischief, the Lord do the same to me and more, if I do not let you know and get you safely away. The Lord be with you as he has been with my father! I know that as long as I live you will show me faithful friendship, as the Lord requires; and if I should die, you will continue loyalty to my family for ever. When the Lord rids the earth of all David's enemies, may the Lord call him to account if he and his house are no longer my friends.' Jonathan pledged himself afresh to David because of his love fore him, for he loved him as himself. Then he said to him, 'Tomorrow is the new moon, and you will be missed when your place is empty. So go down at nightfall for the third time to the place where you hid on the evening of the feast and stay by the mound there. Then I will shoot three arrows towards it, as though I were aiming at a mark. Then I will send my boy to find the arrows. If I say to him, "Look, the arrows are on this side of you, pick them up", then you can come out of hiding. You will be quite safe, I swear it; for there will be nothing amiss. But if I say to the lad, "Look, the arrows are on the other side of you, further on", then the Lord has said that you must go; the Lord stand witness between us for ever to the pledges we have exchanged.' So David hid in the fields. The new moon came, the dinner was prepared, and the king sat down to eat. Saul took his customary seat by the wall, and Abner sat beside him; Jonathan too was present, but David's place was empty. That day Saul said nothing, for he thought that David was absent by some chance, perhaps because he was ritually unclean. But on the second day, the day after the new moon, David's place was still empty, and Saul said to his son Jonathan, 'Why has not the son of Jesse come to the feast, either yesterday or today?' Jonathan answered Saul, 'David asked permis- sion to go to Bethlehem. He asked my leave and said, "Our family is hold- ing a sacrifice in the town and my brother himself has ordered me to be there. Now, if you have any regard for me, let me slip away to see my brothers." That is why he has come to dine with the king.' Saul was angry with Jonathan, 'You son of a crooked and unfaithful mother! You have made friends with the son of Jesse only to bring shame on yourself and dishonour on your mother; I see how it will be. As long as Jesse's son remains alive on earth, neither you nor your crown will be safe. Send at once and fetch him; he deserves to die.' Jonathan answered his father, 'Deserves to die! Why? What has he done?' At that, Saul picked up his spear and threatened to kill him; and he knew that his father was bent on David's death. Jonathan left the table in a rage and ate nothing on the second day of the festival; for he was indignant on David's behalf because his father had humiliated him. Next morning, Jonathan went out into the fields to meet David at the appointed time, taking a young boy with him. He said to the boy, 'Run and find the arrows; I am going to shoot.' The boy ran on, and he shot the arrows over his head. When the boy reached the place where Jonathan's arrows had fallen, Jonathan called out after him, 'Look, the arrows are beyond you. Hurry! No time to lose! Make haste!' The boy gathered up the arrows and brought them to his master; but only Jonathan and David knew what this meant; the boy knew nothing. Jonathan handed his weapons to the boy and told him t take them back to the city. When the boy had gone, David got up from behind the mound and bowed humbly three times. Then they kissed one another and shed tears together, until David's grief was even greater than Jonathan's. Jonathan said to David, 'Go in safety; we have pledged each other in the name of the Lord who is witness for ever between you and me and between your descendants and mine.' 21 David went off at once, while Jonathan returned to the city. David made his way to the priest Ahimelech at Nob, who hurried out to meet him and said, 'Why have you come alone and no one with you?' David answered Ahimelech, 'I am under orders from the king: I was to let no one know about the mission on which he was sending me or what these orders were. When I took leave of my men I told them to meet me in such and such a place. Now, what have you got by you? Let me have five loaves, or as many as you can find.' The priest answered David, 'I have no ordinary bread available. There is only the sacred bread; but have the young men kept themselves from women?' David answered the priest, 'Women have been denied us hitherto, when I have been on campaign, even an ordinary cam- paign, and the young men's bodies have remained holy; and how much more will they be holy today?' So, as there was no other bread there, the priest gave him the sacred bred, the Bread of the Presence, which had just been taken from the presence of the Lord to be replaced by freshly baked bread on the day that the old was removed. One of Saul's servants happened to be there that day, detained before the Lord; his name was Doeg the Edomite, and he was the strongest of all Saul's herdsmen. David said to Ahimelech, 'Have you a spear or sword here at hand? I have no sword or other weapon with me, because the king's business was urgent.' The priest answered, 'There is the sword of Goliath the Philistine whom you slew in the Vale of Elah; it is wrapped up in a cloak behind the ephod. If you wish to take that, take it; there is no other weapon here.' David said, 'There is no sword like it; give it to me.' That day, David went on his way, eluding Saul, and came to Achish king of Gath. The servants of Achish said to him, 'Surely this is David, the king of his country, the man of whom they sang as they danced: Saul made havoc among thousands but David among tens of thousands.' These words were not lost on David, and he became very much afraid of Achish king of Gath. So he altered his behaviour in public and acted like a lunatic in front of them all, scrabbling on the double doors of the city gate and dribbling down his beard. Achish said to his servants,'The man is mad! Why bring him to me? Am I short of madmen that you bring me this one to plague me? Must I have this fellow in my house?' 22 David made his escape and went from there to the cave of Adullam. When his brothers and all his family heard that he was there, they joined him. Men in any kind of distress or in debt or with a grievance gathered round him, about four hundred in number, and he became their chief. From there David went to Mizpeh in Moab and said to the king of Moab, 'Let my father and mother come and take shelter with you until I know what God will do for me.' So he left them at the court of the king of Moab, and they stayed there as long as David was in his stronghold. The prophet Gad said to David, 'You must not stay in your stronghold; go at once into Judah.' So David went as far as the forest of Hareth. News that David and his men had been seen reached Saul while he was in Gibeah, sitting under the tamarisk-tree on the hill-top with his spear in his hand and all his retainers standing about him. He said to them, 'Listen to me, you Benjamites: do you expect the son of Jesse to give you all fields and vineyards, or make you all officers over units of a thousand and a hundred? Is that why you have all conspired against me? Not one of you told me when my son made a compact with the son of Jesse; none of you spared a thought for me or told me that my son had set my own servant against me, who is lying in wait for me now.' Then Doeg the Edomite, who was standing with the servants of Saul, spoke: 'I saw the son of Jesse coming to Nob, to Ahimelech son of Ahitub. Ahimelech consulted the Lord on his behalf, then gave him food and handed over to him the sword of Goliath the Philistine.' The king sent for Ahimelech the priest and his family, who were priests at Nob, and they all came into his presence. Saul said, 'Now listen, you son of Ahitub', and the man answered, 'Yes, my lord?' Then Saul said to him, 'Why have you and the son of Jesse plotted against me? You gave him food and the sword too, and consulted God on his behalf; and now he has risen against me and is at this moment lying in wait for me.' 'And who among all your servants', answered Ahimelech, 'is like David, a man to be trusted, the king's son- in-law, appointed to your staff and holding an honourable place in your household? Have I on this occasion done something profane in consulting God on his behalf? God forbid! I trust that my lord the king will not accuse me or my family; for I know nothing whatever about it.' But the king said, 'Ahimelech, you must die, you and all your family.' He then turned to the bodyguard attending him and said, 'Go and kill the priests of the Lord; for they are in league with David, and, though they knew that he was a fugitive, they did not tell me.' The king's men, however, were unwilling to raise a hand against the priests of the Lord. The king therefore said to Doeg the Edomite, 'You, Doeg, go and fall upon the priests'; so Doeg went and fell upon the priests, killing that day with his own hand eighty-five men who could carry the ephod. He put to the sword every living thing in Nob, the city of priests: men and women, children and babes in arms, oxen, asses, and sheep. One son of Ahimelech named Abiathar made his escape and joined David. He told David how Saul had killed the priests of the Lord. Then David said to him, 'When Doeg the Edomite was there that day, I knew that he would inform Saul. I have gambled with the lives of all your father's family. Stay here with me, have no fear; he who seeks your life seeks mine, and you will be safe with me.' 23 The Philistines were fighting against Keilah and plundering the threshing-floors; and when David heard this, he consulted the Lord and asked whether he should go and attack the Philistines. The Lord answered, 'Go, attack them, and relieve Keilah.' But David's men said to him, 'As we are now, we have enough to fear from Judah. How much worse if we challenged the Philistine forces at Keilah!' David consulted the Lord once again and the Lord answered him, 'Go to Keilah; I will give the Philis- tines into your hands.' So David and his men went to Keilah and fought the Philistines; they carried off their cattle, inflicted a heavy defeat on them and relieved the inhabitants. Abiathar son of Ahimelech made good his escape and joined David at Keilah, bringing the ephod with him. Saul was told that David had entered Keilah, and he said, 'God has put him into my hands; for he has walked into a trap by entering a walled town with gates and bars.' He called out the levy to march on Keilah and besiege David and his men. When David learnt how Saul planned his undoing, he told Abiathar the priest to bring the ephod, and then he prayed, 'O Lord God of Israel, I thy servant have heard news that Saul intends to come to Keilah and destroy the city because of me. Will the citizens of Keilah surrender me to him? Will Saul come as I have heard? O Lord God of Israel, I pray thee, tell thy servant.' The Lord answered, 'He will come.' Then David asked, 'Will the citizens of Keilah surrender me and my men to Saul?', and the Lord answered, 'They will.' Then David left Keilah at once with his men, who numbered about six hundred, and moved about from place to place. When the news reached Saul that David had escaped from Keilah, he made no further move. While David was living in the fastness of the wilderness of Ziph, in the hill-country, Saul searched for him day after day, but God did not put him into his power. David well knew that Saul had come out to seek his life; and while he was at Horesh in the wilderness of Ziph, Saul's son Jonathan came to him there and gave him fresh courage in God's name: Do not be afraid', he said; 'my father's hand shall not touch you. You will become king of Israel and I shall hold rank after you; and my father knows it.' The two of them made a solemn compact before the Lord; then David remained in Horesh and Jonathan went home. While Saul was at Gibeah the Ziphites brought him this news: 'David, we hear, is in hiding among us in the fastness of Horesh on the hill of Hachlah, south of Jeshimon. Come down, your majesty, come whenever you will, and we are able to surrender him to you.' Saul said, 'The Lord has indeed blessed you; you have saved me a world of trouble. Go now and make further inquiry, and find out exactly where he is and who saw him there. They tell me that he by himself is crafty enough to outwit me. Find out which of his hiding- places he is using; then come back to me at such and such a place, and I will go along with you. So long as he stays in this country, I will hunt him down, if I have to go through all the clans of Judah one by one.' They set out for Ziph without delay, ahead of Saul; David and his men were in the wilderness of Maon in the Arabah to the south of Jeshimon. Saul set off with his men to look for him; but David got wind of it and went down to a refuge in the rocks, and there he stayed in the wilderness of Maon. Hearing of this, Saul went into the wilderness after him; he was on one side of the hill, David and his men on the other. While David and his men were trying desperately to get away and Saul and his followers were closing in for the capture, a runner brought a message to Saul: 'Come at once! the Philistines are harrying the land.' So Saul called off the pursuit and turned back to face the Philistines. This is why that place is called the Dividing Rock. David went up from there and lived in the fastness of En-gedi. 24 When Saul returned from the pursuit of the Philistines, he learnt that David was in the wilderness of En-gedi. So he took three thousand men picked from the whole of Israel and went in search of David and his men to the east of the Rocks of the Wild Goats. There beside the road were some sheepfolds, and near by was a cave, at the far end of which David and his men were sitting concealed. Saul came to the cave and went in to relieve himself. His men said to David, 'The day has come: the Lord has put your enemy into your hands, as he promised he would, and you may do what you please with him.' David said to his men, 'God forbid that I should harm my master, the Lord's anointed, or lift a finger against him; he is the Lord's anointed.' So David proved his men severely and would not let them attack Saul. He himself got up stealthily and cut off a piece of Saul's cloak; but when he had cut it off, his conscience smote him. Saul rose, left the cave and went on his way; whereupon David also came out of the cave and called after Saul, 'My lord the king!' When Saul looked round, David prostrated himself in obeisance and said to him, 'Why do you listen when they say that David is out to do you harm? Today you can see for yourself that the Lord put you into my power in the cave; I had a mind to kill you, but no, I spared your life and said, "I cannot lift a finger against my master, for he is the Lord's anointed." Look, my dear lord, look at this piece of your cloak in my hand. I cut it off, but I did not kill you; this will show you that I have no thought of violence or treachery against you, and that I have done you no wrong; yet you are resolved to take my life. May the Lord judge between us! but though he may take vengeance on you for my sake, I will never lift my hand against you; "One wrong begets another", as the old saying goes, yet I will never lift my hand against you. Who has the king of Israel come out against? What are you pursuing? A dead dog, a mere flea. The Lord will be judge and decide between us; let him look into my cause, he will plead for me and will acquit me.' When David had finished speaking, Saul said, 'Is that you, David my son?", and he wept. Then he said, 'The right is on your side, not mine; you have treated me so well, I have treated you so badly. Your goodness to me this day has passed all bounds: the Lord put me at your mercy but you did not kill me. Not often does a man find his enemy and let him go safely on his way; so may the Lord reward you well for what you have done for me today! I know now for certain that you will become king, and that the kingdom of Israel will flourish under your rule. Swear to me by the Lord then that you will not exterminate my descendants and blot out my name from my father's house.' David swore an oath to Saul; and Saul went back to his home, while David and his men went up to their fastness. 
The New English Bible (with Apocrypha) Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, 1970
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19 Saul Spoke to Jonathan his son and all his household about killing David. But Jonathan was devoted to David and told him that his father Saul was looking for an opportunity to kill him. 'Be on your guard to- morrow morning,' he said; 'conceal yourself, and remain in hiding. Then I will come out and join my father in the open country where you are and speak to him about you, and if I discover anything I will tell you.' Jonathan spoke up for David to his father Saul and said to him, 'Sir, do not wrong your servant David; he has not wronged you; his conduct toward you has been beyond reproach. Did he not take his life in his hands when he killed the Philistine, and the Lord won a great victory for Israel? You saw it, you shared in the rejoicing; why should you wrong an innocent man and put David to death without cause?' Saul listened to Jonathan and swore solemnly by the Lord that David should not be put to death. So Jonathan called David and told him all this; then he brought him to Saul, and he was in attendance on the king as before. War broke out again, and David attacked the Philistines and dealt them such a blow that they ran before him. An evil spirit from the Lord came upon Saul as he was sitting in the house with his spear in his hand; and David was playing the harp. Saul tried to pin David to the wall with the spear, but he avoided the king's thrust so that Saul drove the spear into the wall. David escaped and got safely away. That night Saul sent servants to keep watch on David's house, intending to kill him in the morning, but David's wife Michal warned him to get away that night, 'or tomorrow', she said, 'you will be a dead man.' She let David down through a window and he slipped away and escaped. Michal took their household gods and put them on a bed; at its head she laid a goat's-hair rug and covered it all with a cloak. When the men arrived to arrest David she told them he was ill. Saul sent them back to see David for themselves. 'Bring him to me, bed and all,' he said, 'and I will kill him.' When they came, there were the household gods on the bed and the goat's- hair rug at its head. Then Saul said to Michal, 'Why have you played this trick on me and let my enemy get safely away?' And Michal answered, 'He said to me, "Help me to escape or I will kill you." ' Meanwhile David made good his escape and came to Samuel at Ramah, and told him how Saul had treated him. Then he and Samuel went to Naioth and stayed there. Saul was told that David was there, and he sent a party of men to seize him. When they saw the company of prophets in rapture, with Samuel standing at their head, the spirit of God came upon them and they fell into prophetic rapture. When this was reported to Saul he sent another party. These also fell into rapture, and when he sent more men a third time, they did the same. Saul himself then set out for Ramah and came to the great cistern in Secu. He asked where Samuel and David were and was told that they were at Naioth in Ramah. On his way there the spirit of God came upon him too and he went on, in a rapture as he went, till he came to Naioth in Ramah. There he too stripped off his clothes and like the rest fell into a rapture before Samuel and lay down naked all that day and all that night. That is why men say, 'Is Saul also among the prophets?' 20 Then David made his escape from Naioth in Ramah and came to Jonathan. 'What have I done?' he asked. 'What is my offence? What does your father think I have done wrong, that he seeks my life?' Jonathan answered him, 'God forbid! There is no thought of putting you to death. I am sure my father will not do anything whatever without telling me. Why should my father hide such a thing from me? I cannot believe it!' David said, 'I am ready to swear to it: your father has said to himself, "Jonathan must not know this or he will resent it", because he knows that you have a high regard for me. As the Lord lives, your life upon it, there is only a step between me and death.' Jonathan said to David, 'What do you want me to do for you?' David answered, 'It is new moon tomorrow, and I ought to dine with the king. Let me go and lie hidden in the fields until the third evening. If your father happens to miss me, then say, 'David asked me for leave to pay a brief visit to his home in Bethlehem, for it is the annual sacrifice there for the whole family." If he says, "Well and good", that will be a good sign for me; but if he flies into a rage, you will know that he is set on doing me wrong. My lord, keep faith with me; for you and I have entered into a solemn compact before the Lord. Kill me yourself if I am guilty. Why let me fall into your father's hands?' 'God forbid!' cried Jonathan. 'If I find my father set on doing you wrong I will tell you.' David answered Jonathan, 'How will you let me know if he answers harshly?' Jonathan said, 'Come with me into the fields.' So they went together into the fields, and Jonathan said to David, 'I promise you, David, in the sight of the Lord the god of Israel, this time tomorrow I will sound my father for the third time and, if he is well disposed to you, I will send and let you know. If my father means mischief, the Lord do the same to me and more, if I do not let you know and get you safely away. The Lord be with you as he has been with my father! I know that as long as I live you will show me faithful friendship, as the Lord requires; and if I should die, you will continue loyalty to my family for ever. When the Lord rids the earth of all David's enemies, may the Lord call him to account if he and his house are no longer my friends.' Jonathan pledged himself afresh to David because of his love fore him, for he loved him as himself. Then he said to him, 'Tomorrow is the new moon, and you will be missed when your place is empty. So go down at nightfall for the third time to the place where you hid on the evening of the feast and stay by the mound there. Then I will shoot three arrows towards it, as though I were aiming at a mark. Then I will send my boy to find the arrows. If I say to him, "Look, the arrows are on this side of you, pick them up", then you can come out of hiding. You will be quite safe, I swear it; for there will be nothing amiss. But if I say to the lad, "Look, the arrows are on the other side of you, further on", then the Lord has said that you must go; the Lord stand witness between us for ever to the pledges we have exchanged.' So David hid in the fields. The new moon came, the dinner was prepared, and the king sat down to eat. Saul took his customary seat by the wall, and Abner sat beside him; Jonathan too was present, but David's place was empty. That day Saul said nothing, for he thought that David was absent by some chance, perhaps because he was ritually unclean. But on the second day, the day after the new moon, David's place was still empty, and Saul said to his son Jonathan, 'Why has not the son of Jesse come to the feast, either yesterday or today?' Jonathan answered Saul, 'David asked permis- sion to go to Bethlehem. He asked my leave and said, "Our family is hold- ing a sacrifice in the town and my brother himself has ordered me to be there. Now, if you have any regard for me, let me slip away to see my brothers." That is why he has come to dine with the king.' Saul was angry with Jonathan, 'You son of a crooked and unfaithful mother! You have made friends with the son of Jesse only to bring shame on yourself and dishonour on your mother; I see how it will be. As long as Jesse's son remains alive on earth, neither you nor your crown will be safe. Send at once and fetch him; he deserves to die.' Jonathan answered his father, 'Deserves to die! Why? What has he done?' At that, Saul picked up his spear and threatened to kill him; and he knew that his father was bent on David's death. Jonathan left the table in a rage and ate nothing on the second day of the festival; for he was indignant on David's behalf because his father had humiliated him. Next morning, Jonathan went out into the fields to meet David at the appointed time, taking a young boy with him. He said to the boy, 'Run and find the arrows; I am going to shoot.' The boy ran on, and he shot the arrows over his head. When the boy reached the place where Jonathan's arrows had fallen, Jonathan called out after him, 'Look, the arrows are beyond you. Hurry! No time to lose! Make haste!' The boy gathered up the arrows and brought them to his master; but only Jonathan and David knew what this meant; the boy knew nothing. Jonathan handed his weapons to the boy and told him t take them back to the city. When the boy had gone, David got up from behind the mound and bowed humbly three times. Then they kissed one another and shed tears together, until David's grief was even greater than Jonathan's. Jonathan said to David, 'Go in safety; we have pledged each other in the name of the Lord who is witness for ever between you and me and between your descendants and mine.' 21 David went off at once, while Jonathan returned to the city. David made his way to the priest Ahimelech at Nob, who hurried out to meet him and said, 'Why have you come alone and no one with you?' David answered Ahimelech, 'I am under orders from the king: I was to let no one know about the mission on which he was sending me or what these orders were. When I took leave of my men I told them to meet me in such and such a place. Now, what have you got by you? Let me have five loaves, or as many as you can find.' The priest answered David, 'I have no ordinary bread available. There is only the sacred bread; but have the young men kept themselves from women?' David answered the priest, 'Women have been denied us hitherto, when I have been on campaign, even an ordinary cam- paign, and the young men's bodies have remained holy; and how much more will they be holy today?' So, as there was no other bread there, the priest gave him the sacred bred, the Bread of the Presence, which had just been taken from the presence of the Lord to be replaced by freshly baked bread on the day that the old was removed. One of Saul's servants happened to be there that day, detained before the Lord; his name was Doeg the Edomite, and he was the strongest of all Saul's herdsmen. David said to Ahimelech, 'Have you a spear or sword here at hand? I have no sword or other weapon with me, because the king's business was urgent.' The priest answered, 'There is the sword of Goliath the Philistine whom you slew in the Vale of Elah; it is wrapped up in a cloak behind the ephod. If you wish to take that, take it; there is no other weapon here.' David said, 'There is no sword like it; give it to me.' That day, David went on his way, eluding Saul, and came to Achish king of Gath. The servants of Achish said to him, 'Surely this is David, the king of his country, the man of whom they sang as they danced: Saul made havoc among thousands but David among tens of thousands.' These words were not lost on David, and he became very much afraid of Achish king of Gath. So he altered his behaviour in public and acted like a lunatic in front of them all, scrabbling on the double doors of the city gate and dribbling down his beard. Achish said to his servants,'The man is mad! Why bring him to me? Am I short of madmen that you bring me this one to plague me? Must I have this fellow in my house?' 22 David made his escape and went from there to the cave of Adullam. When his brothers and all his family heard that he was there, they joined him. Men in any kind of distress or in debt or with a grievance gathered round him, about four hundred in number, and he became their chief. From there David went to Mizpeh in Moab and said to the king of Moab, 'Let my father and mother come and take shelter with you until I know what God will do for me.' So he left them at the court of the king of Moab, and they stayed there as long as David was in his stronghold. The prophet Gad said to David, 'You must not stay in your stronghold; go at once into Judah.' So David went as far as the forest of Hareth. News that David and his men had been seen reached Saul while he was in Gibeah, sitting under the tamarisk-tree on the hill-top with his spear in his hand and all his retainers standing about him. He said to them, 'Listen to me, you Benjamites: do you expect the son of Jesse to give you all fields and vineyards, or make you all officers over units of a thousand and a hundred? Is that why you have all conspired against me? Not one of you told me when my son made a compact with the son of Jesse; none of you spared a thought for me or told me that my son had set my own servant against me, who is lying in wait for me now.' Then Doeg the Edomite, who was standing with the servants of Saul, spoke: 'I saw the son of Jesse coming to Nob, to Ahimelech son of Ahitub. Ahimelech consulted the Lord on his behalf, then gave him food and handed over to him the sword of Goliath the Philistine.' The king sent for Ahimelech the priest and his family, who were priests at Nob, and they all came into his presence. Saul said, 'Now listen, you son of Ahitub', and the man answered, 'Yes, my lord?' Then Saul said to him, 'Why have you and the son of Jesse plotted against me? You gave him food and the sword too, and consulted God on his behalf; and now he has risen against me and is at this moment lying in wait for me.' 'And who among all your servants', answered Ahimelech, 'is like David, a man to be trusted, the king's son- in-law, appointed to your staff and holding an honourable place in your household? Have I on this occasion done something profane in consulting God on his behalf? God forbid! I trust that my lord the king will not accuse me or my family; for I know nothing whatever about it.' But the king said, 'Ahimelech, you must die, you and all your family.' He then turned to the bodyguard attending him and said, 'Go and kill the priests of the Lord; for they are in league with David, and, though they knew that he was a fugitive, they did not tell me.' The king's men, however, were unwilling to raise a hand against the priests of the Lord. The king therefore said to Doeg the Edomite, 'You, Doeg, go and fall upon the priests'; so Doeg went and fell upon the priests, killing that day with his own hand eighty-five men who could carry the ephod. He put to the sword every living thing in Nob, the city of priests: men and women, children and babes in arms, oxen, asses, and sheep. One son of Ahimelech named Abiathar made his escape and joined David. He told David how Saul had killed the priests of the Lord. Then David said to him, 'When Doeg the Edomite was there that day, I knew that he would inform Saul. I have gambled with the lives of all your father's family. Stay here with me, have no fear; he who seeks your life seeks mine, and you will be safe with me.' 23 The Philistines were fighting against Keilah and plundering the threshing-floors; and when David heard this, he consulted the Lord and asked whether he should go and attack the Philistines. The Lord answered, 'Go, attack them, and relieve Keilah.' But David's men said to him, 'As we are now, we have enough to fear from Judah. How much worse if we challenged the Philistine forces at Keilah!' David consulted the Lord once again and the Lord answered him, 'Go to Keilah; I will give the Philis- tines into your hands.' So David and his men went to Keilah and fought the Philistines; they carried off their cattle, inflicted a heavy defeat on them and relieved the inhabitants. Abiathar son of Ahimelech made good his escape and joined David at Keilah, bringing the ephod with him. Saul was told that David had entered Keilah, and he said, 'God has put him into my hands; for he has walked into a trap by entering a walled town with gates and bars.' He called out the levy to march on Keilah and besiege David and his men. When David learnt how Saul planned his undoing, he told Abiathar the priest to bring the ephod, and then he prayed, 'O Lord God of Israel, I thy servant have heard news that Saul intends to come to Keilah and destroy the city because of me. Will the citizens of Keilah surrender me to him? Will Saul come as I have heard? O Lord God of Israel, I pray thee, tell thy servant.' The Lord answered, 'He will come.' Then David asked, 'Will the citizens of Keilah surrender me and my men to Saul?', and the Lord answered, 'They will.' Then David left Keilah at once with his men, who numbered about six hundred, and moved about from place to place. When the news reached Saul that David had escaped from Keilah, he made no further move. While David was living in the fastness of the wilderness of Ziph, in the hill-country, Saul searched for him day after day, but God did not put him into his power. David well knew that Saul had come out to seek his life; and while he was at Horesh in the wilderness of Ziph, Saul's son Jonathan came to him there and gave him fresh courage in God's name: Do not be afraid', he said; 'my father's hand shall not touch you. You will become king of Israel and I shall hold rank after you; and my father knows it.' The two of them made a solemn compact before the Lord; then David remained in Horesh and Jonathan went home. While Saul was at Gibeah the Ziphites brought him this news: 'David, we hear, is in hiding among us in the fastness of Horesh on the hill of Hachlah, south of Jeshimon. Come down, your majesty, come whenever you will, and we are able to surrender him to you.' Saul said, 'The Lord has indeed blessed you; you have saved me a world of trouble. Go now and make further inquiry, and find out exactly where he is and who saw him there. They tell me that he by himself is crafty enough to outwit me. Find out which of his hiding- places he is using; then come back to me at such and such a place, and I will go along with you. So long as he stays in this country, I will hunt him down, if I have to go through all the clans of Judah one by one.' They set out for Ziph without delay, ahead of Saul; David and his men were in the wilderness of Maon in the Arabah to the south of Jeshimon. Saul set off with his men to look for him; but David got wind of it and went down to a refuge in the rocks, and there he stayed in the wilderness of Maon. Hearing of this, Saul went into the wilderness after him; he was on one side of the hill, David and his men on the other. While David and his men were trying desperately to get away and Saul and his followers were closing in for the capture, a runner brought a message to Saul: 'Come at once! the Philistines are harrying the land.' So Saul called off the pursuit and turned back to face the Philistines. This is why that place is called the Dividing Rock. David went up from there and lived in the fastness of En-gedi. 24 When Saul returned from the pursuit of the Philistines, he learnt that David was in the wilderness of En-gedi. So he took three thousand men picked from the whole of Israel and went in search of David and his men to the east of the Rocks of the Wild Goats. There beside the road were some sheepfolds, and near by was a cave, at the far end of which David and his men were sitting concealed. Saul came to the cave and went in to relieve himself. His men said to David, 'The day has come: the Lord has put your enemy into your hands, as he promised he would, and you may do what you please with him.' David said to his men, 'God forbid that I should harm my master, the Lord's anointed, or lift a finger against him; he is the Lord's anointed.' So David proved his men severely and would not let them attack Saul. He himself got up stealthily and cut off a piece of Saul's cloak; but when he had cut it off, his conscience smote him. Saul rose, left the cave and went on his way; whereupon David also came out of the cave and called after Saul, 'My lord the king!' When Saul looked round, David prostrated himself in obeisance and said to him, 'Why do you listen when they say that David is out to do you harm? Today you can see for yourself that the Lord put you into my power in the cave; I had a mind to kill you, but no, I spared your life and said, "I cannot lift a finger against my master, for he is the Lord's anointed." Look, my dear lord, look at this piece of your cloak in my hand. I cut it off, but I did not kill you; this will show you that I have no thought of violence or treachery against you, and that I have done you no wrong; yet you are resolved to take my life. May the Lord judge between us! but though he may take vengeance on you for my sake, I will never lift my hand against you; "One wrong begets another", as the old saying goes, yet I will never lift my hand against you. Who has the king of Israel come out against? What are you pursuing? A dead dog, a mere flea. The Lord will be judge and decide between us; let him look into my cause, he will plead for me and will acquit me.' When David had finished speaking, Saul said, 'Is that you, David my son?", and he wept. Then he said, 'The right is on your side, not mine; you have treated me so well, I have treated you so badly. Your goodness to me this day has passed all bounds: the Lord put me at your mercy but you did not kill me. Not often does a man find his enemy and let him go safely on his way; so may the Lord reward you well for what you have done for me today! I know now for certain that you will become king, and that the kingdom of Israel will flourish under your rule. Swear to me by the Lord then that you will not exterminate my descendants and blot out my name from my father's house.' David swore an oath to Saul; and Saul went back to his home, while David and his men went up to their fastness. 
The New English Bible (with Apocrypha) Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, 1970
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  80. Think men are the unfaithful sex? A study shows WOMEN are the biggest cheats - they're just better at lying (read: hamstering) about it by el_nikon (599 pts, 229 comments)
  81. "You have “the right to retroactively withdraw consent” from any encounters you had, at any point in the past, that no longer feel good or safe to you." (when feminists go full retard) by TRPsubmitter (599 pts, 216 comments)
  82. Always hide your effort by Archwinger (599 pts, 175 comments)
  83. "Why Would That Matter? I'm The Girl" by magx01 (595 pts, 349 comments)
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  85. From TIL: A 15 year old boy was locked up for a year on false rape charges, and the girl received no punishment when she admitted lying a year later. by blackswanmx (594 pts, 127 comments)
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  87. Game Cheat Sheet [/trpgame repost] by bsutansalt (584 pts, 71 comments)
  88. Hate is the new love by Archwinger (584 pts, 128 comments)
  89. TIME Magazine: It’s Time to End ‘Rape Culture’ Hysteria by TRPsubmitter (581 pts, 229 comments)
  90. A lot of people think RP is anti-woman... let's put that one to rest. by leftajar (580 pts, 229 comments)
  91. Guy's fiancee starts hanging out with another guy and admits that she's more attracted to him. AskMen's advice: don't break up, stay with her! She's just confused and exploring her feelings! by needsomehelp3211 (578 pts, 212 comments)
  92. Wherein a guy's GF suggests cuckolding, and he drops her instantly by deptii (577 pts, 476 comments)
  93. "You need to learn how to deal with me" by elchoma90 (576 pts, 242 comments)
  94. Excuse me. Why does everyone assume you guys are abusive assholes? by skyclown (573 pts, 358 comments)
  95. Gods be praised. A WOMAN explains the current trend on why men are opting out of marriage. by smith5ar (571 pts, 302 comments)
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  97. Beta is PISSED at me for "stealing" the girl he's been "working on" for months by iaskedforthis (570 pts, 229 comments)
  98. Don't save her. She doesn't want to be saved. by NPIF (570 pts, 162 comments)
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