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1 Now athere was a long war between the house of Saul and the house of David; and David grew steadily stronger, but the house of Saul grew weaker continually.
4 and the fourth, aAdonijah the son of Haggith; and the fifth, Shephatiah the son of Abital;
6 It came about while there was war between the house of Saul and the house of David that aAbner was making himself strong in the house of Saul.
8 Then Abner was very angry over the words of Ish-bosheth and said, “aAm I a dog’s head that belongs to Judah? Today I show kindness to the house of Saul your father, to his brothers and to his friends, and have not delivered you into the hands of David; and yet today you charge me with a guilt concerning the woman.
14 So David sent messengers to Ish-bosheth, Saul’s son, saying, “Give me my wife Michal, to whom I was betrothed afor a hundred foreskins of the Philistines.”
15 Ish-bosheth sent and took her from her husband, from 1Paltiel the son of Laish.
16 But her husband went with her, weeping as he went, and followed her as far as aBahurim. Then Abner said to him, “Go, return.” So he returned.
18 “Now then, do it! For the Lord has spoken of David, saying, ‘aBy the hand of My servant David 1I will save My people Israel from the hand of the Philistines and from the hand of all their enemies.’ ”
19 Abner also spoke in the hearing of Benjamin; and in addition Abner went to speak in the hearing of David in Hebron all that seemed good to Israel and to athe whole house of Benjamin.
21 Abner said to David, “Let me arise and go and agather all Israel to my lord the king, that they may make a covenant with you, and that byou may be king over all that your soul desires.” So David sent Abner away, and he went in peace.
22 And behold, athe servants of David and Joab came from a raid and brought much spoil with them; but Abner was not with David in Hebron, for he had sent him away, and he had gone in peace.
25 “You know Abner the son of Ner, that he came to deceive you and to learn of ayour going out and coming in and to find out all that you are doing.”
26 When Joab came out from David, he sent messengers after Abner, and they brought him back from the well of Sirah; but David did not know it.
27 So when Abner returned to Hebron, Joab took him aside into the middle of the gate to speak with him privately, and there ahe struck him in the belly so that he died on account of the blood of Asahel his brother.
29 “aMay it 1fall on the head of Joab and on all his father’s house; and may there not fail from the house of Joab bone who has a discharge, or who is a leper, or who takes hold of a distaff, or who falls by the sword, or who lacks bread.”
30 So Joab and Abishai his brother killed Abner abecause he had put their brother Asahel to death in the battle at Gibeon.
31 Then David said to Joab and to all the people who were with him, “aTear your clothes and gird on sackcloth and lament before Abner.” And King David walked behind the bier.
32 Thus they buried Abner in Hebron; and the king lifted up his voice and wept at athe grave of Abner, and all the people wept.
33 aThe king chanted a lament for Abner and said,
“Should Abner die as a fool dies?
As one falls before the 1wicked, you have fallen.”
And all the people wept again over him.
35 Then all the people came ato 1persuade David to eat bread while it was still day; but David vowed, saying, “bMay God do so to me, and more also, if I taste bread or anything else cbefore the sun goes down.”
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