1 Samuel 29 (thing)
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|Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible|
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Book: 1 Samuel
David objected to By the Philistines. (1-5) He is dismissed By
1-5 David waited with a secret Hope that the Lord would help
him out of his difficulty. But he seems to have been influenced
too much By the fear of Man, in consenting to attend Achish. It
is hard to come near to the brink of Sin, and not to fall in.
God inclined the princes of the Philistines to oppose David's
being employed in the battle. Thus their dislike befriended him,
when No friend could do him such a kindness.
6-11 David scarcely ever had a greater deliverance than when
dismissed from such ensnaring service. God's people should
always behave themselves So, as, if possible, to get the good
Word of all they have dealings with: and it is due to those who
have acted Well, to speak Well of them.