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  • BSP
    Verse 2~David had the admirable quality of inquiring of Jehovah God. We should also do so before we make decisions.
  • BSP
    Verse 17: Jonathan was so encouraging to David. He reassured him and he supported David in him being the next king. Jonathan didn't let loyalty to family trump his love for David who had Jehovah God's backing.
  • A disciple
    Peter; I love the story of David and Jonathan; and I have to believe that Jonathan will absolutely be next to David when Jesus comes, and David is made king of Israel for ever. This is something that really teaches us about God's long plans for eternity; and gives us such happiness to know that for all our loved ones, and those who had their torment in this life, Jesus is the Saviour of the world.
  • Peter A. Okebukola
    Jonathan has gone more than the call of duty to help David because that is what God has willed from the beginning of time. As direct heir to the throne, he defiled his father Saul and showed love and compassion to David who was their servant. God's plans are well laid out and He will bring things to fulfilment. He has ordered that David will be king. There is no stopping God's plan.
  • ANMOYNOUS
    Yes, thinking the same things as one of the comments, who told King Saul where David was hiding those times?? Also, yes, even though King Saul's men had surrounded David and his men, God intervened and caused Saul to leave. So lesson learned is even though situations look impossible, keep trusting Jesus because He can turn all situations around for your good, and I have seen this happened.
  • Ira
    In the time of trouble it 's best to seek advice from the LORD as David did when he ran from Saul.
  • ME
    IN THE BIBLE WHERE DAVID WOULD GET AWAY FROM SAUL WHO TOLD SAUL WHERE DAVID WENT THERE WAS A PREACHER THAT SAID DAVID GOT AWAY 5 TIME AND 3 OF THE 5 TIMES ONLY ONE MAN KNEW WHERE DAVID WAS
  • Nana Sarpong
    Whom God blesses no man can cause. Saul wanted to kill David so bad, but the hand of God was with him. David was protected by the supernatural hand above all.


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