The Lord will keep you safe from all evil he will take care of your soul. Psalm 121.7
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1 Samuel 20
1 Samuel 21
1 Samuel 22
Mark 14.1-26

1 Samuel 20


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And David went in flight from Naioth in Ramah and came to Jonathan and said, What have I done? What is my crime and my sin against your father that he is attempting to take my life?
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And he said to him, Far be the thought: you will not be put to death: see, my father does nothing, great or small, without giving me word of it: would he keep this secret from me? It is not so.
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But David took his oath again and said, Your father sees that I am dear to you so he says to himself, Let Jonathan have no idea of this, for it will be a grief to him but as the Lord is living, and as your soul is living, there is only a step between me and death.
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Then Jonathan said to David, Whatever your desire is, I will do it for you.
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And David said to Jonathan, Tomorrow is the new moon, and I will not be seated with the king at his table: but let me go to a safe place in the country till the evening.
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And if your father takes note of the fact that I am away, say, David made a request to me for himself that he might go to Beth-lehem, to his town: for it is the time when his family make their offering year by year.
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If he says, It is well, your servant will be at peace: but if he is angry, then it will be clear to you that he has an evil purpose in mind against me.
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So, then, be kind to your servant for you have been united with your servant in an agreement made before the Lord: but if there is any wrongdoing in me, put me to death yourself why take me to your father?
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And Jonathan said, Do not have such a thought: for if I saw that my father was designing evil against you, would I not give you word of it?
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Then David said to Jonathan, Who will give me word if your father gives you a rough answer?
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And Jonathan said to David, Come, let us go out into the country. And the two of them went out together into the open country.
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And Jonathan said to David, May the Lord, the God of Israel, be witness when I have had a chance of talking to my father, about this time tomorrow, if his feelings to David are good, will I not send and give you the news?
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May the Lord's punishment be on Jonathan, if it is my father's pleasure to do you evil and I do not give you word of it and send you away so that you may go in peace: and may the Lord be with you, as he has been with my father.
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And may you, while I am still living, O may you be kind to me, as the Lord is kind, and keep me from death!
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And let not your mercy ever be cut off from my family, even when the Lord has sent destruction on all David's haters, cutting them off from the face of the earth.
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And if it comes about that the name of Jonathan is cut off from the family of David, the Lord will make David responsible.
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And Jonathan again took an oath to David, because of his love for him: for David was as dear to him as his very soul.
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Then Jonathan said to him, Tomorrow is the new moon: and it will be seen that you are not present, for there will be no one in your seat.
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And on the third day it will be specially noted, and you will go to the place where you took cover when the other business was in hand, waiting by the hill over there.
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And on the third day I will send arrows from my bow against its side as if at a mark.
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And I will send my boy to have a look for the arrow. And if I say to him, See, the arrow is on this side of you take it up! then you may come for there is peace for you and no evil, by the living Lord.
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But if I say to the boy, See, the arrow has gone past you: then go on your way, for the Lord has sent you away.
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As for what you and I were talking of, the Lord is between you and me for ever.
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So David went to a secret place in the country: and when the new moon came, the king took his place at the feast.
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And the king took his seat, as at other times, by the wall: and Jonathan was in front, and Abner was seated by Saul's side, but there was no one in David's seat.
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But Saul said nothing that day, for his thought was, Something has taken place making him unclean it is clear that he is not clean.
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And on the day after the new moon, that is, the second day, there was still no one in David's seat: and Saul said to his son Jonathan, Why has the son of Jesse not come to the feast yesterday or today?
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And answering Saul, Jonathan said, He made a request to me that he might go to Beth-lehem,
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Saying, Our family is making an offering in the town, and my brothers have given me orders to be there: so now, if I have grace in your eyes, let me go away and see my brothers. This is why he has not come to the king's table.
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Then Saul was moved to wrath against Jonathan, and he said to him, You son of an evil and uncontrolled woman, have I not seen how you have given your love to the son of Jesse, to your shame and the shame of your mother?
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For while the son of Jesse is living on the earth, your position is unsafe and your kingdom is in danger. So make him come here to me, for it is certainly right for him to be put to death.
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And Jonathan, answering his father Saul, said to him, Why is he to be put to death? What has he done?
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And Saul, pointing his spear at him, made an attempt to give him a wound: from which it was clear to Jonathan that his father's purpose was to put David to death.
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So Jonathan got up from the table, burning with wrath, and took no part in the feast the second day of the month, being full of grief for David because his father had put shame on him.
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Now in the morning, Jonathan went out into the fields at the time he had said to David, and he had a little boy with him.
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And he said to the boy, Go and get the arrow I let loose from my bow. And while the boy was running, he sent an arrow past him.
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And when the boy came to the place where the arrow was, Jonathan, crying out after the boy, said, Has it not gone past you?
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And Jonathan went on crying out after the boy, Be quick, do not keep waiting about, go quickly. And Jonathan's boy got the arrow and came back to his master.
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But the boy had no idea what was going on only Jonathan and David had knowledge of it.
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And Jonathan gave his bow and arrows to the boy, and said to him, Take these and go back to the town.
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And when the boy had gone, David came from his secret place by the hill, and falling to the earth went down on his face three times: and they gave one another a kiss, weeping together, till David's grief was the greater.
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And Jonathan said to David, Go in peace, for we two have taken an oath, in the name of the Lord, saying, The Lord will be between me and you, and between my seed and your seed for ever. Then David went away, and Jonathan went into the town.

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1 Samuel 21


1
Then David came to Nob, to Ahimelech the priest: and Ahimelech was full of fear at meeting David, and said to him, Why are you by yourself, having no man with you?
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And David said to Ahimelech the priest, The king has given me orders and has said to me, Say nothing to anyone about the business on which I am sending you and the orders I have given you: and a certain place has been fixed to which the young men are to go.
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So now, if you have here five cakes of bread, give them into my hand, or whatever you have.
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And the priest, answering David, said, I have no common bread here but there is holy bread if only the young men have kept themselves from women.
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And David in answer said to the priest, Certainly women have been kept from us and as has been done before when I have gone out the arms of the young men were made holy, even though it was a common journey how much more today will their arms be made holy.
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So the priest gave him the holy bread: there was no other, only the holy bread which had been taken from before the Lord, so that new bread might be put in its place on the day when it was taken away.
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Now a certain man of the servants of Saul was there that day, kept back before the Lord his name was Doeg, an Edomite, the strongest of Saul's runners.
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And David said to Ahimelech, Have you no sword or spear with you here? for I have come without my sword and other arms, because the king's business had to be done quickly.
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And the priest said, The sword of Goliath the Philistine, whom you put to death in the valley of Elah, is here folded in a cloth at the back of the ephod: take that, if you will, for there is no other sword here. And David said, there is no other sword like that give it to me.
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Then David got up and went in flight that day for fear of Saul, and went to Achish, the king of Gath.
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And the servants of Achish said to him, Is not this David, the king of the land? did they not make songs about him in their dances, saying, Saul has put to death thousands, and David tens of thousands?
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And David took these words to heart, fearing Achish, the king of Gath.
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So changing his behaviour before them, he made it seem as if he was off his head, hammering on the doors of the town, and letting the water from his mouth go down his chin.
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Then Achish said to his servants, Look! the man is clearly off his head why have you let him come before me?
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Are there not enough unbalanced men about me, that you have let this person come and do such tricks before me? is such a man to come into my house?

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1 Samuel 22


1
So David went away from there and took cover in a strong place at Adullam and his brothers and all his father's people, hearing of it, went down to him there.
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And everyone who was in trouble, and everyone who was in debt, and everyone who was bitter in soul, came together to him, and he became captain over them: about four hundred men were joined to him.
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And from there David went to Mizpeh in the land of Moab: and he said to the king of Moab, Let my father and mother come and make their living-place with you till it is clear to me what God will do for me.
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And he took them to the king of Moab and they went on living with him while David was in his safe place.
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And the prophet Gad said to David, Do not go on living in this place but go into the land of Judah. Then David went away and came to the woodland of Hereth.
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And news was given to Saul that David had been seen, and the men who were with him: now Saul was in Gibeah, seated under the tree in the high place, with his spear in his hand, and all his servants were in their places before him.
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Then Saul said to his servants who were there about him, Give ear now, you Benjamites will the son of Jesse give to every one of you fields and vine-gardens, will he make you all captains of hundreds and captains of thousands
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That all of you have made designs against me, and not one of you gave me word when my son made an agreement with the son of Jesse, and not one of you has pity for me or has made my eyes open to the fact that my servant has been moved by my son against me, as at this day?
9
Then Doeg, the Edomite, who was by the side of the servants of Saul, in answer said, I saw the son of Jesse coming to Nob, to Ahimelech, the son of Ahitub.
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And he got directions from the Lord for him, and gave him food, and put in his hand the sword of Goliath the Philistine.
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Then the king sent for Ahimelech the priest, the son of Ahitub, and for all the men of his father's family who were priests in Nob: and they all came to the king.
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And Saul said, Give ear now, O son of Ahitub. And answering he said, Here I am, my lord.
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And Saul said to him, Why have you made designs against me with the son of Jesse, giving him food and a sword and getting directions from the Lord for him, and helping him to take up arms against me, and to be on the watch to make a secret attack on me as he is doing now?
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Then Ahimelech answering said to the king, Who among all your servants is so true to you as David, who is the king's son-in-law, and is a captain of your armed men, and has a place of honour in your house?
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Is this the first time I have got directions from God for him? Far be the thought! let the king make no such statement against his servant or my father's family, for your servant has no knowledge, great or small, of this thing.
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And the king said, You will certainly be put to death, Ahimelech, you and all your father's family.
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Then the king said to the runners who were waiting near him, Put the priests of the Lord to death because they are on David's side, and having knowledge of his flight, did not give me word of it. But the king's servants would not put out their hands to make an attack on the Lord's priests.
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Then the king said to Doeg, You are to put the priests to death. And Doeg the Edomite, turning on the priests and attacking them, put to death that day eighty-five men who took up the ephod.
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And Nob, the town of the priests, he put to the sword, all the men and women, children and babies at the breast, and oxen and asses and sheep.
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And Abiathar, one of the sons of Ahimelech, the son of Ahitub, got away and went in flight after David
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And gave him the news of how Saul had put to death the Lord's priests.
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And David said to Abiathar, I was certain that day, when Doeg the Edomite was there, that he would take the news to Saul: I am responsible for the lives of all your father's family.
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Keep here with me and have no fear for he who has designs on my life has designs on yours: but with me you will be safe.

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Mark 14

1-26
1
It was now two days before the feast of the Passover and the unleavened bread: and the chief priests and the scribes made designs how they might take him by deceit and put him to death:
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But they said, Not while the feast is going on, for fear there may be trouble among the people.
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And while he was in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, seated at table, there came a woman with a bottle of perfumed oil of great price and when the bottle was broken she put the perfume on his head.
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But some of them were angry among themselves, saying, For what purpose has this oil been wasted?
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We might have got more than three hundred pence for it, and given the money to the poor. And they said things against her among themselves.
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But Jesus said, Let her be why are you troubling her? she has done a kind act to me.
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The poor you have ever with you, and whenever you have the desire you may do them good: but me you have not for ever.
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She has done what she was able: she has put oil on my body to make it ready for its last resting-place.
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And truly I say to you, Wherever the good news goes out through all the earth, what this woman has done will be talked of in memory of her.
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And Judas Iscariot, who was one of the twelve, went away to the chief priests, so that he might give him up to them.
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And hearing what he said, they were glad, and gave him their word to make him a payment of money. And he took thought how he might best give him up to them.
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And on the first day of unleavened bread, when the Passover lamb is put to death, his disciples said to him, Where are we to go and make ready for you to take the Passover meal?
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And he sent two of his disciples, and said to them, Go into the town, and there will come to you a man with a vessel of water: go after him
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And wherever he goes in, say to the owner of the house, The Master says, Where is my guest-room, where I may take the Passover with my disciples?
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And he will take you up himself to a great room with a table and seats: there make ready for us.
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And the disciples went out and came into the town, and saw that it was as he had said: and they made ready the Passover.
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And when it was evening he came with the twelve.
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And while they were seated taking food, Jesus said, Truly I say to you, One of you will be false to me, one who is taking food with me.
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They were sad, and said to him one by one, Is it I?
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And he said to them, It is one of the twelve, one who is putting his bread with me into the same plate.
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The Son of man goes, even as the Writings say of him: but cursed is that man through whom the Son of man is given up! It would have been well for that man if he had never been given birth.
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And while they were taking food, he took bread, and after blessing it, he gave the broken bread to them, and said, Take it: this is my body.
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And he took a cup, and when he had given praise, he gave it to them: and they all had a drink from it.
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And he said to them, This is my blood of the testament, which is given for men.
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Truly I say to you, I will take no more of the fruit of the vine till the day when I take it new in the kingdom of God.
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And after a song of praise to God they went out to the Mountain of Olives.

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