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Abigail by James R. Shott

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Tomorrow morning," he said softly.  They rejoined the mourners at the tomb and stood in silence until Jarib and the others came out of the cave.  This was a time to sit in silence, to mourn the dead, to recall the past. But Abigail's only thoughts were of the future. Page 37 5 Abigail slept poorly that night, although in the morning she wasn't sure if it was because she was fearful of the future or excited about it.  She had heard that his entourage numbered about six hundred, but she couldn't be sure.

Everybody knew—except King Achish.  A boy, much to David's delight.  Was it just the pious statement of a man who deeply believed in the reality of his God, or was there something hidden behind his words?  This was a significant moment.  Lighter than Amnon, who bore the dark face and skin of his mother Ahinoam.  You know whose son he is.  According to ancient custom, the mother had the right to select the name. "His name is Chileab," said Abigail softly.  She knew also that the naming of the baby would not be her prerogative.

She said as much to Shammah. " This brought a loud and sputtering rebuttal from Shammah, as Hezro lapsed into his usual silence.  One evening she asked Shammah about it. " The city of the Sea Peoples—whom Shammah called the Philistines—lay far to the southwest, at the edge of the desert.  Perhaps he had not expected such a shrewd political insight from a woman.  along with that other wife. " Shammah leaned back against the wall and took a sip of wine.  David's father was rich, so it must be some fabulous amount.

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