Names for the 3rd Exam

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Abiathar, a son of Ahimelech son of Ahitub, escaped and fled to join David
was the wife of, Nabal, a very wicked man, who thought only of himself. By her quick wisdom and generosity she not only saved her entire family from death, but was miraculously delivered from an evil husband, and given a Godly husband in his place.
Was a son of the great judge Gideon, was the Philistine king of Gerar who almost unknowingly committed adultery with Sarah after having been led to believe that Sarah was only Abraham's sister, not his wife.
The commander of Saul's forces who rules on the other side of Jordan
Another son of David who arranges for the murder of Amnon.
Tries to take over the kingdom and sleeps with David's concubine & allows people to watch.
was an Israelite that lived during the time that the nation was wandering in the wilderness for 40 years.
When they destroyed Jericho, all the Israelites were instructed not to pillage anything from the city. But he took and hid a costly garment, gold and silver and buried it under his family's tent. This brought calamity to the Israelites and after his theft was discovered, the family was put to death.
The king of Gath with whom David sought refuge when he fled from Saul .
An Amalekite king spared by Saul and killed by Samuel the name was perhaps a title (like Pharaoh among the Egyptians);
David's counselor, who worshiped God with David and became the best of friends who shared their hearts , but became a traitor.
David's first born son who rapes his 1/2 sister
At Deborah's command, leads the army of Israel
Girl that David sees bathing on the roof , is captured by, sleeps with her then gets pregnant.
The husband of Ruth
The long and varied discipline through which he passed in the earlier part of his life fitted him for the duties of the throne. As shepherd he acquired the habit of deep reflection; as courtier he was trained in self-control and chivalrous generosity; as outlaw he acquired knowledge of men and power of government; while each successive phase of experience developed that conscious dependence upon God which was the secret of his strength throughout his life. Like Saul he was guilty of grave crimes; but unlike Saul, he was capable of true contrition and was therefore able to find forgiveness, except in the murder of Uriah. As a consequence David is still unforgiven, but he received a promise that the Lord would not leave his soul in hell. He will be resurrected at the end of the Millennium. Because of his transgressions, he has fallen from his exaltation
Nurse of Rebekah (Gen. 24:59; 35:8). (2) A famous woman who judged Israel, and encouraged Barak against Sisera (Judg. 4); the well-known song of Deborah and Barak commemorated the Israelitish victory (Judg. 5).
A Philistine woman from the valley of Sorek who had such influence over Samson that she obtained from him the secret of his strength and betrayed him, which was the cause of his being blinded and imprisoned at Gaza
The God of the Philistines (Judg. 16:23; 1 Sam. 5:2; 1 Macc. 10:84; 12:2). There were temples of Dagon at Gaza and Ashdod; the latter was destroyed by Jonathan the Hasmonean. His image was in the form partly of a man and partly of a fish. Some recent writers, however, question whether Dagon was really a fish-god, and connect the name with dagan, "grain."
Son of Gera, a left-handed Benjaminite, who by a feat of valor delivered Israel from Eglon, king of Moab, after an oppression of 18 years
High priest and judge, a descendant of Aaron through Ithamar, his younger son. He was probably the first high priest of this line, and the office remained in his family till the deprivation of Abiathar (1 Kgs. 2:26-27), when it passed back to the family of Eleazar, Aaron's eldest son. He is chiefly known to us through his connection with the early history of Samuel (1 Sam. 1-4). The blot on his character was his toleration of the wickedness of his own sons.
was a member of the tribe of Judah, a native of Bethlehem Judah, a man of wealth and probably head of a family or clan (Ruth 1:2,3; 2:1,3). He lived during the period of the Judges, had a hereditary possession near Bethlehem, and is chiefly known as the husband of Naomi, the mother-in-law of Ruth and ancestress of David the king.
the prophet - first appears in the Bible to persuade David to leave his place of safety in Moab and return to Judah, where the insanely jealous King Saul awaited him. later on, after David had a census taken of Israel, He gave David a choice of punishments from the Lord for carrying out that rash act. David chose the three day plague.
Formerly a city of the Hivites, on one of the hills of Benjamin, about 5 miles north of Jerusalem, frequently mentioned in O.T. history
The hero who delivered Israel from oppression by the Midianites (Judg. 6:11-8:35). He lived at Ophrah, a town of Manasseh. His first step was to destroy the altar of Baal and the "grove" his father had made; he received in consequence the name Jerubbaal. With a small army he defeated the Midianites by means of a stratagem. The tribes then offered him the kingship, which he declined. With the gold captured from the Midianites he made some sort of idol, called an Ephod, and so, perhaps unintentionally, led the people into idolatry.
Mother of Samuel, who was given to her in answer to prayer
His name means " man of shame".
Saul's son who wasn't killed. Set up to be king.
Wife of Heber the Kenite , an Arab chief in alliance with the Israelites. Sisera, Jabin's captain, after his defeat took refuge in Jael's tent and was killed by her either while he was drinking, as seems implied by , or while he lay asleep.
King of Judah, in close alliance with kings of Israel, but still a true worshipper of Jehovah and a religious reformer; for a history of his reign
Father of David, and therefore ancestor of all the kings of Judah and also of Christ
Army commander for David's army who killed a lot of people. He arranges to bring absalom back.
The son of Saul ,was the eldest son of King Saul, and the best friend of the future King David. He is first mentioned in Bible History after his father's accession as Israel's first human king.
led the children of Israel into the promised land and is most well known by how God used his leadership when the walls of Jericho came down.
The son of Jonathan who gets taken care of by David
Was a prophet in 750, A native of Moresheth Gath, in the plain country of Judah, who prophesied under Hezekiah (Jer. 26:17-18). The book of Micah has three divisions: (1) Chs. 1-3, prophecies of judgment and ruin on the Jewish State, lighting first on Samaria, and afterwards on Jerusalem, the crime being the idolatry at the high places and also the oppression by the upper classes.
Naomi was the Israelite mother-in-law of Ruth who was a widow and lost her two sons.
Was a prophet of God who served King David and his son and successor King Solomon. He was a wise and steadfast servant of God, and of the Israelite monarchy, who was often consulted by the kings. He was also fearless;
is the prostitute of Jericho who hide the spies on her roof
She was a foreigner. But she came to Israel to help Naomi. (Naomi was her husband's mother.) She left her own gods, to serve the real God. Naomi and ____ were very poor. But she could collect any grain that remained after the harvest. This was God's law. And one man who respected this law was called Boaz. So, she came to Boaz's field to collect grain. Boaz saw her and he loved her. He agreed to pay her family's debts, so that he could marry her.
...was the son of Elkanah and Hannah who had long been barren. Hannah dedicated him to the Lord as a child and brought him to Eli the priest. When he was a child, he heard the voice of the Lord speak to him at the shrine in Shiloh. As an adult, he played an important part in uniting the tribes against the growing threat of the Philistines. He anointed Saul as king of Israel, and later went to Bethlehem anoint David as Saul's successor.
He was a Nazirite set apart for God's service and therefore did not cut his hair or drink alcohol. His exploits included tearing a lion apart with his bare hands, killing a company of the men of Ashdod, setting fire to their fields and orchards, and slaughtering a thousand men with the jawbone of an ass. After a Philistine woman named Delilah enticed him to reveal the secret of his great strength, she cut off his hair, and the Philistines gouged out his eyes, bound him with strong fetters, and set him to grind at the mill in the prison. But his hair, the secret of his strength, began to grow again. The day came when the Philistine lords sent for the blind him to laugh at him. Samson felt for the pillars on which the house rested, pulled them down, and died along with many Philistines.
The first king of Israel,from the tribe of Benjamin was chosen, a man of impressive stature, who embodied the basic ideals Israel had at the time, being much more concerned with his appearance than his heart. Became intimidated by David and tried to kill him many of times.Commits suicide.
from the Hebrew word for shoulder, was a city and district in central Israel, in the hill country of Ephraim (see Bible Places). Built on the slope, or shoulder, of Mount Ebal, the city was the site of the first capital of the northern kingdom of Israel.
was commander of the Canaanite army of King Jabin of Hazor
the son of King David and Bathsheba, was the third king of Israel. Was renown for his wisdom, wealth and for his construction projects.
Amnon's 1/2 sister who he rapes.Wife of Er and Onan; mother, by Judah, of Pharez and Zarah
Faithful soilder who David tries to kill because he slept with his wife Bathsheba.
One of David's most faithful and wise counselors