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I will watch over the people of Judah, but I will make the horses of their enemies blind. I will keep my eyes on the house of Judah, but I will blind every horse of the invading armies. I will pay close attention to the house of Judah, but will strike all the horses of the nations with blindness. New Heart English Bible In that day," says the LORD, "I will strike every horse with terror, and his rider with madness; and I will open my eyes on the house of Judah, and will strike every horse of the peoples with blindness.
I will watch over the people of Judah, but I will strike all the horses of the nations blind.
Jubilee Bible In that day, said the LORD, I will smite every horse with astonishment and his rider with madness; but I will open my eyes upon the house of Judah and will smite every horse of the peoples with blindness. He flees to Ziph pursued by Saul. Saul hunts David in the vicinity of Ziph on two occasions:.
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The Philistines make war again, assembling at Shunem , and Saul leads his army to face them at Mount Gilboa. Before the battle he goes to consult a medium or witch at Endor. The medium, unaware of his identity, reminds him that the king has made witchcraft a capital offence , but he assures her that Saul will not harm her. She conjures the spirit of the prophet Samuel , who before his death had prophesied that he would lose the kingdom. Samuel tells him that God has fully rejected him, will no longer hear his prayers, has given the kingdom to David and that the next day he will lose both the battle and his life.
Saul collapses in fear, and the medium restores him with food in anticipation of the next day's battle. In 1 Samuel, and in a parallel account in 1 Chronicles 10, as the defeated Israelites flee, Saul asks his armour bearer to kill him, but he refuses, and so Saul falls upon his own sword. David has the Amalekite put to death for accusing himself of killing the anointed king.
The victorious Philistines recover Saul's body as well as those of his three sons who also died in the battle, decapitated them and displayed them on the wall of Beth-shan. They display Saul's armour in the temple of Ashtaroth an Ascalonian temple of the Canaanites. But at night the inhabitants of Jabesh-Gilead retrieve the bodies for cremation and burial 1 Samuel Later on, David takes the bones of Saul and of his son Jonathan and buries them in Zela, in the tomb of his father 2 Samuel There are several textual or narrative issues in the text, including the aforementioned conflicting accounts of Saul's rise to kingship and his death, as well as plays on words, that biblical scholars have discussed.
The birth-narrative of the prophet Samuel is found at 1 Samuel 1— It describes how Samuel's mother Hannah requests a son from Yahweh , and dedicates the child to God at the shrine of Shiloh. The passage makes extensive play with the root-elements of Saul's name, and ends with the phrase hu sa'ul le-Yahweh , "he is dedicated to Yahweh. The majority explanation for the discrepancy is that the narrative originally described the birth of Saul, and was given to Samuel in order to enhance the position of David and Samuel at the former king's expense.
The Bible's tone with regard to Saul changes over the course of the narrative, especially around the passage where David appears, midway through 1 Samuel. Before, Saul is presented in positive terms, but afterward his mode of ecstatic prophecy is suddenly described as fits of madness, his errors and disobedience to Samuel's instructions are stressed and he becomes a paranoiac.
This may indicate that the David story is inserted from a source loyal to the House of David; David's lament over Saul in 2 Samuel 1 then serves an apologetic purpose, clearing David of the blame for Saul's death. God's apparent change of mind in rejecting Saul as king has raised questions about God's "repentance", which could be considered as inconsistent with God's immutability.
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Samuel's words later clarify that God's repentance is not like human regret or reconsideration:. Methodist biblical commentator Joseph Benson writes that "Repentance, properly speaking, implies grief of heart, and a change of counsels. Understood in which sense, it can have no place in God. But it is often ascribed to him in the Scriptures when he alters his method of dealing with persons, and treats them as if he did indeed repent of the kindness he had shown them.
In the Books of Samuel , Saul is not referred to as a king melech , but rather as a "leader" or "commander" nagid 1 Samuel 9: Various authors have attempted to harmonize the two narratives regarding Saul's death. Josephus writes that Saul's attempted suicide was stalled because he was not able to run the sword through himself, and that he therefore asked the Amalekite to finish it.
On this view, 1 Samuel records what actually happened, while 2 Samuel records what the Amalekite claims happened. Two opposing views of Saul are found in classical rabbinical literature. One is based on the reverse logic that punishment is a proof of guilt, and therefore seeks to rob Saul of any halo which might surround him; typically this view is similar to the republican source.
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The passage referring to Saul as a choice young man, and goodly 1 Samuel 9: According to this view, Saul is only a weak branch Gen. The second view of Saul makes him appear in the most favourable light as man, as hero, and as king.
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This view is similar to that of the monarchical source. In this view it was on account of his modesty that he did not reveal the fact that he had been anointed king 1 Samuel Nor was there any one more pious than he M. He was marvelously handsome; and the maidens who told him concerning Samuel cf 1 Samuel 9: In war he was able to march miles without rest.
When he received the command to smite Amalek 1 Samuel For one found slain the Torah requires a sin offering [Deuteronomy If the old have sinned, why should the young suffer; and if men have been guilty, why should the cattle be destroyed? It was this mildness that cost him his crown. And while Saul was merciful to his enemies, he was strict with his own people; when he found out that Ahimelech , a kohen, had assisted David with finding food, Saul, in retaliation, killed the rest of the 85 kohanim of the family of Ahimelech and the rest of his hometown, Nov.
Yoma 22b ; Num. But if his mercy toward a foe was a sin, it was his only one; and it was his misfortune that it was reckoned against him, while David, although he had committed much iniquity, was so favored that it was not remembered to his injury Yoma 22b; M. In some respects Saul was superior to David, e. Saul expended his own substance for the war, and although he knew that he and his sons would fall in battle, he nevertheless went forward, while David heeded the wish of his soldiers not to go to war in person 2 Samuel According to the Rabbis, Saul ate his food with due regard for the rules of ceremonial purity prescribed for the sacrifice Yalq.
As a reward for this, God himself gave Saul a sword on the day of battle, since no other sword suitable for him was found ibid Saul's attitude toward David finds its excuse in the fact that his courtiers were all tale-bearers, and slandered David to him Deut. Saul is the chosen one of God Ber. His anger at the Gibeonites 2 Samuel The fact that he made his daughter remarry 1 Samuel During the lifetime of Saul there was no idolatry in Israel.
The famine in the reign of David cf 2 Samuel In Sheol , Samuel reveals to Saul that in the next world, Saul would dwell with Samuel, which is a proof that all has been forgiven him by God 'Er. Other scholars, however, have identified Talut as Gideon  with the reasoning that the Qur'an references the same incident of the drinking from the river as that found in Judges 7: