Shawn Merithew - February 3, 2019

Slaughter and Sadness


In this passage, we see Saul fully expressing the evil of his heart. As he accuses his own men of conspiracy, then orders Doeg to slaughter the priests and people of Nob, he joins the ranks of antichrists who have already appeared (1 John 2:18). In contrast, David is the embodiment of the lovingkindness of Christ as he grieves over loss of life and becomes a refuge for the priest of the Lord.

Scripture References: 1 Samuel 22:6-23

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