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Q. What did Saul then say?
them. 1 Sam. xvii, 39. Q. What did he then take? Ă. His staff, five smooth stones in his shepherd's
bag, and his sling. 1 Sam. xvii, 40. Q. What did Goliath say to him when he saw him? A. Am I a dog, that thou comest to me with
staves ? 1 Sam. xvii, 43. Q. What did David say? A. I come to thee in the name of the Lord of
hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom
thou hast defied. 1 Sam. xvii, 45. Q. As the Philistine drew near, what did David do? Ă. He took a stone from his bag, and slung it,
and smote the Philistine in his forehead, and
killed him. 1 Sam. xvii, 49. Q. What did he then do? Ă. He ran, and took the giant's sword, and cut
off his head. 1 Sam. xvii, 51. Q. What did the men of Israel do? A. They shouted and pursued the Philistines.
1 Sam. xvii, 52.
Q. How did Jonathan, the son of Saul, regard David ?
xviii, 3. Q. What did Saul do with David ? A. He took him, and would let him go no more
home to his father's house. 1 Sam. xviii, 2. Q. What office did he give him ? A. He set him over the men of war. 1 Sam.
xviii, 5. Q. What soon made him jealous of David ? A. Because he thought the people esteemed
him higher than they did_himself. 1 Sam. xviii, 6–8.
Q. What did Saul do when the evil spirit was on him?
Q. How did Israel and Judah regard him?
he would go against the Philistines. 1 Sam.
xvii, 25. Q. What did Saul hope? A. That David would be slain. Q. What was the result? A. David slew the Philistines, and obtained
Saul's daughter. 1 Sam. xviii, 27. Q. How was Saul affected toward him ? Ă. He became his enemy continually. 1 Sam.
xviii, 29. Q. Why did David leave Saul ? A. Because Saul sought to take his life. 1 Sam,
xix, 10. Q. Where did David take refuge? A. With Achish, the king of Gath. 1 Sam.
xxi, 10. Q. Where did he go from him? A. To the king of Moab. 1 Sam. xxii, 3. Q. Who gathered round his standard ? A. Four hundred men. 1 Sam. xxii, 2. Q. Where did the prophet Gad direct him to go? A. Into the land of Judah. 1 Sam. xxii, 5. Q. Who pursued him ? A. Saul. 2. When David had an opportunity of slaying Saul, what did he do?
He only cut off the skirt of his coat. 1 Sam. xxiv, 4.
Q. What did he do when he had a second opportunity?
while Saul slept. 1 Sam. xxvi, 12.
xxiv, 20. Q. What finally became of Saul? A. He was wounded in a battle with the Philis
tines, and fell upon his own sword and died. 1 Sam. xxxi, 4.
mabib's Song Abgalom-Solomon.
2 SAMUEL I-XXIII; 1 KINGS I-XI.
Question. What intimate friend of David was killed at the
same time with Saul? Answer. Jonathan. 2 Sam. i, 12. 2. How was David affected when he heard of the death of
Saul and Jonathan?
Q. How long did he reign there?
he design to do? A. To build a temple for the Lord. 2 Sam.
vii, 1–3. Q. What word did the Lord send to him through the pro
phet Nathan? A. That he should not build the temple. 2 Sam.
vii, 5, 17. Q. For what reason ? Ă. Because he had been a man of war. 1 Kings
V, 3. Q. Who did the Lord say should build a temple for him? A. A son of David. 2 Sam. vii, 12, 13. Q. Which of David's sons conspired against him? A. Absalom. Q. How did he steal away the hearts of Israel? A. By treating them with great affection. 2 Sam.
XV, 5, 6. Q. Where did he go to set up his kingdom? Ă. To Hebron. 2 Sam. xv, 10. Q. What did David do when he heard that Absalom had
induced Israel to revolt ? A. He fled from Jerusalem. 2 Sam. xv, 14. Q. How were the people affected when they saw the old
king fleeing from his wicked son? A. All the country wept with a loud voice.
2 Sam. xv, 23. Q. By whom was Absalom's army overcome? A. By the servants of David. 2 Sam. xviii, 7. Q. What injunction did David lay upon Joab and the other
leaders? A. Deal gently, for my sake, with the young
man, even with Absalom. 2 Sam. xviii, 5.