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    1 The Amalekite, who brought tidings of the overthrow, and accused himself of Saul's death, is slain. 17 David mourns Saul and Jonathan with a song. VERSE 1 - when David. * 1Sa 30:17-26 - Ziklag. * 1Sa 27:6 VERSE 2 - the third. * Ge 22:4 Es 4:16; 5:1 Ho 6:2 Mt 12:40; 16:21 - a man. * 2Sa 4:10 - clothes. * Ge 37:29,34 Jos 7:6 1Sa 4:12,16 Joe 2:13- and earth. * 2Sa 15:32 - See on * 1Sa 4:12 - he fell. * 2Sa 14:4 Ge 37:7-10; 43:28 1Sa 20:41; 25:23 Ps 66:3 Re 3:9 VERSE 3 - From. * 2Ki 5:25 - am I. * Job 1:15-19 VERSE 4 - How went. Heb. What was, etc. * 1Sa 4:16 *marg: - the people. * 1Sa 31:1-6 1Ch 10:1-6 VERSE 5 - How knowest. * Pr 14:15; 25:2 VERSE 6 - As I happened. The story of this young man appears to be wholly a fiction, formed for the purpose of ingratiating himself with David, as the next probable successor to the crown. There is no fact in the case, except for the bringing of the diadem and bracelets of Saul, as a sufficient evidence of his death, which, as he appears to been a plunderer of the slain, he seems to have stripped from the dead body of the unfortunate monarch. It is remarkable, that Saul, who had forfeited his crown by his disobedience and ill-timed clemency with respect to the Amalekites, should now have the insignia of royalty stripped from his person by one of those very people. * Ru 2:3 1Sa 6:9 Lu 10:31 - mount. * :21 1Sa 28:4; 31:1 - Saul. * 1Sa 31:2-7 VERSE 7 - Here am I. Heb. Behold me. * 2Sa 9:6 Jud 9:54 1Sa 22:12 Isa 6:8 *marg: * Isa 65:1 VERSE 8 - an Amalekite. * Ge 14:7 Ex 17:8-16 Nu 24:20 De 25:17-19 1Sa 15:3; 27:8 * 1Sa 30:1,13,17 VERSE 9 - anguish, etc. or, my coat of mail, or, my embroidered coat hindereth me, that my, etc. * Ex 28:20,39 - life. Heb. nephesh, soul. * Ge 44:30 VERSE 10 - slew. * Jud 1:7; 9:54 1Sa 22:18; 31:4,5 Mt 7:2 - crown. * 2Sa 12:30 La 5:16 - bracelet. This was probably worn as an ensign of royalty, as is frequently the case in the East. When the Khalif Cayem Bemrillah granted the investiture of certain dominions to an Eastern prince, the ceremony was performed by sending him letters patent, a crown, chain, and bracelets. The bracelet, says Mr. Morier, are ornaments fastened above the elbows, composed of precious stones of great value, and are only worn by the king and his sons. VERSE 11 - rent. * 2Sa 3:31; 13:31 Ge 37:29,34 Ac 14:14 - likewise. * Ro 12:15 VERSE 12 * Ps 35:13,14 Pr 24:17 Jer 9:1 Am 6:6 Mt 5:44 2Co 11:29 1Pe 3:8 VERSE 13 VERSE 14 - How. * Nu 12:8 1Sa 31:4 2Pe 2:10 - stretch forth. * 1Sa 24:6; 26:9 Ps 105:15 VERSE 15 - Go near. * 2Sa 4:10-12 Jud 8:20 1Sa 22:17,18 1Ki 2:25,34,46 Job 5:12 * Pr 11:18 VERSE 16 - Thy blood. * Ge 9:5,6 Le 20:9,11-13,16,27 De 19:10 Jos 2:19 Jud 9:24 * 1Sa 26:9 1Ki 2:32,33,37 Eze 18:13; 33:5 Mt 27:25 Ac 20:26 - mouth. * :10 Job 15:6 Pr 6:2 Lu 19:22 Ro 3:19 VERSE 17 - mourned. * :19 Ge 50:11 2Ch 35:25 Jer 9:17-21 VERSE 18 - teach. * Ge 49:8 De 4:10 - bow. {Kasheth,} or the bow, was probably the title of the following threnody; so called, in the oriental style, because Saul's death was occasioned by that weapon, and because the bow of Jonathan, out of which "the arrow was shot beyond the lad," (1 Sa 36 20:36,) is celebrated in this song. - the book. * Jos 10:13 - Jasher. or, the upright. So LXX. [ ;] Targum, {siphra deooritha,} "the book of the law;" the Arabic, "the book of Ashee: this is the book of Samuel." This book was probably a collection of divine odes, written to commemorate remarkable events. VERSE 19 - beauty. * :23 De 4:7,8 1Sa 31:8 Isa 4:2; 53:2 La 2:1 Zec 11:7,10 - how are. * :25,27 La 5:16 VERSE 20 - Tell. * De 32:26,27 Jud 14:19; 16:23,24 1Sa 31:9 Mic 1:10 - Philistines. * Ex 15:20,21 Jud 11:34 1Sa 18:6 Eze 16:27,57 - uncircumcised. * 1Sa 17:26,36; 31:4,9 VERSE 21 - mountains. * 1Sa 31:1 1Ch 10:1,8 - no dew. * Jud 5:23 Job 3:3-10 Isa 5:6 Jer 20:14-16 - offerings. * Joe 1:9; 2:14 - not. Instead of {belee,} "not," we should probably, with Dr. Delaney and others, read {keley,} "weapons," as it is found on one MS. and in the first edition of the Hebrew Bible, printed at Soncini, 1488: "the shield of Saul; the weapons of the anointed with oil." - anointed. * 1Sa 10:1 Isa 21:5 VERSE 22 - the bow. * 1Sa 14:6-14; 18:4 Isa 34:6,7 VERSE 23 - pleasant. or, sweet. * 1Sa 18:1; 20:2 - they were. * 1Sa 31:1-5 - swifter. * 2Sa 2:18 De 28:49 1Ch 12:8 Job 9:26 Jer 4:13 La 4:19 - stronger. * 2Sa 23:20 Jud 14:18 Pr 30:30 VERSE 24 * Jud 5:30 Ps 68:12 Pr 31:21 Isa 3:16-26 Jer 2:32 1Ti 2:9,10 * 1Pe 3:3-5 VERSE 25 - How. * :19,27 La 5:16 - thou was. * Jud 5:18 1Sa 14:13-15 VERSE 26 - thy love. * 1Sa 18:1-4; 19:2; 20:17,41; 23:16 VERSE 27 - How are. * :19,25 - weapons. * 2Ki 2:12; 13:14 Ps 46:9 Eze 39:9,10 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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