II Samuel


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the second of two books of the Old Testament that tell of Saul and David

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Unlike Bathsheba and Uriah the Hittite in II Samuel, Agnes and Uriah Heep are not married.
Chapter 13 continues the story of Tamar from II Samuel 13.
The equivalency established here between Abraham's love for his wife and Israel's love for the word of God is critical to a third analogy that I find - that between the third wife/sister tale and II Samuel 6:16-23.
The last actual case of "inquiring of the Lord" is related in II Samuel 5:23-24.
II Samuel 5:1-5, 9-10; Psalm 48; II Corinthians 12:2-10; Mark 6:1-13
The sordid tale of the rape of Tamar by her half-brother Amnon, the crown prince and eldest son of King David, is related in II Samuel, chapter 13.
The particular term "destroying angel" (malakh ha-mashhit) occurs twice in the Bible, in II Samuel 24:16 and its parallel, I Chronicles 21:15.
29) The many verses dedicated to this endeavor, and the literally dozens of names of the Levites involved, are in sharp contrast to the four verse description of the ark's transportation in II Samuel 6:12-15 without a designated Levite in sight.
The source text has two forms, one found in II Samuel 22 (the haftarah for the seventh day of Passover), and the other in Psalm 18, the one prescribed for that day according to the custom of the Vilna Gaon (Ha-Gra).
In II Samuel it is stated: David reigned over all Israel, and David executed true justice among all his people (II Sam.
Exodus 32:28; Judges 12:6, 20:44; I Samuel 17:52; II Samuel 21:22; I Chronicles 21:14; and passim.
Linafelt, "Private Poetry and Public Eloquence in II Samuel 1:17-27: Hearing and Overhearing David's Lament for Jonathan and Saul," Journal of Religion 88 (2008) pp.
Arnold, "Necromancy and Cleromancy in I and II Samuel," CBQ 66 (2004):203.
1) However, as will be seen, the Chronicler drew upon his historical source materials to add information not included in other books, including I and II Samuel and I and II Kings, and even Genesis.