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1 Samuel 18:26

“And when his seruants told Dauid these wordes, it pleased Dauid well to be the kings sonne in lawe: and the dayes were not expired.”

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1 Samuel 18:26

23. And Sauls seruants spake those wordes in the eares of Dauid: And Dauid said, Seemeth it to you a light thing to be a kings sonne in law, seeing that I am a poore man, and lightly esteemed? 24. And the seruants of Saul tolde him, saying; On this manner spake Dauid. 25. And Saul said, Thus shall yee say to Dauid, The King desireth not any dowrie, but an hundred foreskinnes of the Philistines, to be auenged of the kings enemies. But Saul thought to make Dauid fal by the hand of the Philistines. 26. And when his seruants told Dauid these wordes, it pleased Dauid well to be the kings sonne in lawe: and the dayes were not expired. 27. Wherefore Dauid arose, hee and his men, and slew of the Philistines two hundred men, and Dauid brought their foreskinnes, and they gaue them in full tale to the king, that hee might be the kings sonne in law: and Saul gaue him Michal his daughter to wife. 28. ¶ And Saul saw and knew that the Lord was with Dauid, and that Michal Sauls daughter loued him. 29. And Saul was yet the more afraid of Dauid; and Saul became Dauids enemie continually.

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