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1 Samuel 24.13
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1 After Saul returned from fighting the Philistines, he was told that David had gone into the wilderness of En-gedi.
1 Samuel 23.28-23.29, 1 Samuel 23.19, Proverbes 25.5, Osée 7.3, Ezéchiel 22.9, Proverbes 29.12,
2 So Saul chose three thousand special troops from throughout Israel and went to search for David and his men near the rocks of the wild goats.
1 Samuel 26.2, Psaumes 38.12, 1 Samuel 13.2, Psaumes 141.6, Psaumes 37.32, Psaumes 104.18,
3 At the place where the road passes some sheepfolds, Saul went into a cave to relieve himself. But as it happened, David and his men were hiding in that very cave!
Juges 3.24, Psaumes 142.1-142.7, Psaumes 57.1-57.11, Psaumes 141.6,
4 "Now's your opportunity!" David's men whispered to him. "Today is the day the LORD was talking about when he said, 'I will certainly put Saul into your power, to do with as you wish.' " Then David crept forward and cut off a piece of Saul's robe.
1 Samuel 23.17, 2 Samuel 4.8, Job 31.31, 1 Samuel 24.10, 1 Samuel 26.23, 1 Samuel 24.18, 1 Samuel 23.7, 1 Samuel 26.8-26.11, 1 Samuel 25.28-25.30,
5 But then David's conscience began bothering him because he had cut Saul's robe.
2 Samuel 24.10, 1 Jean 3.20-3.21, 2 Rois 22.19, 2 Samuel 12.9,
6 "The LORD knows I shouldn't have done it," he said to his men. "It is a serious thing to attack the LORD's anointed one, for the LORD himself has chosen him."
Romains 12.14-13.2, 1 Samuel 26.9-26.11, Matthieu 5.44, 1 Rois 21.3, Job 31.29-31.30, 1 Thessaloniciens 5.15, 2 Samuel 1.14,
7 So David sharply rebuked his men and did not let them kill Saul. After Saul had left the cave and gone on his way,
Psaumes 7.4, Romains 12.17-12.21, Matthieu 5.44, 1 Samuel 25.33,
8 David came out and shouted after him, "My lord the king!" And when Saul looked around, David bowed low before him.
1 Samuel 25.23-25.24, Romains 13.7, 1 Samuel 26.17, Exode 20.12, Genèse 17.3, 1 Samuel 20.41, 1 Pierre 2.17,
9 Then he shouted to Saul, "Why do you listen to the people who say I am trying to harm you?
Proverbes 25.23, Psaumes 101.5, Proverbes 26.28, Proverbes 16.28, Jacques 3.6, Proverbes 17.4, Psaumes 141.6, Proverbes 26.20-26.22, Proverbes 29.12, 1 Samuel 26.19, Proverbes 18.8, Lévitique 19.16, Ecclésiaste 7.21-7.22,
10 This very day you can see with your own eyes it isn't true. For the LORD placed you at my mercy back there in the cave, and some of my men told me to kill you, but I spared you. For I said, 'I will never harm him— he is the LORD's anointed one.'
1 Samuel 24.4, Psaumes 105.15, 1 Samuel 26.8-26.9,
11 Look, my father, at what I have in my hand. It is a piece of your robe! I cut it off, but I didn't kill you. This proves that I am not trying to harm you and that I have not sinned against you, even though you have been hunting for me to kill me.
1 Samuel 26.20, 1 Samuel 23.14, 1 Samuel 23.23, 2 Rois 5.13, Lamentations 4.18, Jean 15.25, 1 Samuel 18.27, Psaumes 140.11, Ezéchiel 13.18, Michée 7.2, 1 Samuel 26.18, Job 10.16, Psaumes 35.7, Psaumes 7.3-7.4, Proverbes 15.1,
12 The LORD will decide between us. Perhaps the LORD will punish you for what you are trying to do to me, but I will never harm you.
Genèse 16.5, Juges 11.27, Psaumes 43.1, Job 5.8, 1 Pierre 2.23, Psaumes 35.1, Psaumes 94.1, Romains 12.19, 1 Samuel 26.23, Psaumes 7.8-7.9, 1 Samuel 26.10-26.11, Apocalypse 6.10, Genèse 31.53,
13 As that old proverb says, 'From evil people come evil deeds.' So you can be sure I will never harm you.
Matthieu 7.16-7.18, Matthieu 7.20, Matthieu 12.33-12.34, Matthieu 15.19,
14 Who is the king of Israel trying to catch anyway? Should he spend his time chasing one who is as worthless as a dead dog or a flea?
1 Samuel 26.20, 2 Samuel 9.8, 1 Samuel 17.43, 2 Samuel 3.8, 1 Rois 21.7, 2 Samuel 16.9, 2 Samuel 6.20, Juges 8.1-8.3,
15 May the LORD judge which of us is right and punish the guilty one. He is my advocate, and he will rescue me from your power!"
1 Samuel 24.12, Psaumes 35.1, Psaumes 119.154, Psaumes 43.1, Michée 7.9, Michée 1.2, 2 Chroniques 24.22, 1 Samuel 26.4,
16 Saul called back, "Is that really you, my son David?" Then he began to cry.
1 Samuel 26.17, Actes 6.10, Genèse 33.4, Proverbes 15.1, Luc 21.15, Proverbes 25.11, Job 6.25,
17 And he said to David, "You are a better man than I am, for you have repaid me good for evil.
1 Samuel 26.21, Matthieu 5.44, Genèse 38.26, Matthieu 27.4, Exode 9.27, Psaumes 37.6, Romains 12.20-12.21,
18 Yes, you have been wonderfully kind to me today, for when the LORD put me in a place where you could have killed me, you didn't do it.
1 Samuel 26.23, 1 Samuel 23.12, 1 Samuel 26.8, 1 Samuel 24.10, 1 Samuel 23.7, Psaumes 31.8,
19 Who else would let his enemy get away when he had him in his power? May the LORD reward you well for the kindness you have shown me today.
1 Samuel 23.21, Psaumes 18.20, 1 Samuel 26.25, Proverbes 25.21-25.22, Juges 17.2,
20 And now I realize that you are surely going to be king, and Israel will flourish under your rule.
1 Samuel 23.17, 1 Samuel 20.30-20.31, 1 Samuel 13.14, Job 15.25, Matthieu 2.13, 2 Samuel 3.17-3.18, Matthieu 2.3-2.6, Matthieu 2.16,
21 Now, swear to me by the LORD that when that happens you will not kill my family and destroy my line of descendants!"
Genèse 21.23, 2 Samuel 21.6-21.8, 1 Samuel 20.14-20.17, Hébreux 6.16, Genèse 31.53, Genèse 31.48,
22 So David promised, and Saul went home. But David and his men went back to their stronghold.
1 Samuel 23.29, Matthieu 10.16-10.17, Proverbes 26.24-26.25, Jean 2.24,

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