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OT REVIEWv10 27

OT REVIEWv10 27 - OT REVIEW Ziklag o City in Judah given to...

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OT REVIEW Ziklag o City in Judah given to david by achish o This is the base of operations for david to go and kill Judah enemies and protect the land. David tells achish that he’s actually fighting the israelits o This is significant when he becomes king. Saul o No long hearing fomr God, goes behind enemy lines to en dor to meet with the witch. o She see’s elohim rise up and she is frightened by it. And Samuel tells him that he is going to die tomorrow. o Mt Gibson is where saul and jonathan die. Saul suicide. o Amalakite reports o david that he killed saul- he is killed for saying that he did that. Samuel and kings are Deuteronomic history. They show the dirty luangry, to explain the consequences. Focus on the northern kingdom after the split. Chronicles writer later. They emphasize positive aspects of the Davidic line ie. Southern kingdom. And the temple and the priesthood is the focus. The holiness will have to do with the Deuteronomic history. That could be what holiness might mean. Make sure to check that out.. Saul is dead and david is establishing his kingdom. o He knows that he needs God but he is not perfect, Bathsheba. He is sinful though. o He is anointed king in hebron, rules fo rjudah for seven years (why Judah). o Dealing with sauls home, principle of mercy.
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