In 1 Samuel 26, David has been blessed with his wives and King Saul continues his pursuit for David's life. David has not done anything wrong and David discovers a vulnerable Saul in a cave. David is accompanied by one of the soldiers of the Israli army and he urges David to immediately take the life of Saul. David does not because he continues to recognize as the anointed of the Lord even though he is seeking to take David's very life David was called to serve King Saul as a servant by the Prophet Samuel. David has attempted to fulfill the duties that the Lord called him to however, he is hampered by King Saul himself who has sent out thousands to kill David. David remains blameless and actually gains the upper hand over Saul. It is the Lord's promise that David will be King over Israel despite his present circumstances. History bears out these facts as true and God does reward David's faithfulness and steadfastness in the time of trouble.
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