2 Samuel 1:9
Parallel Verses
English Standard Version
And he said to me, ‘Stand beside me and kill me, for anguish has seized me, and yet my life still lingers.’

King James Bible
He said unto me again, Stand, I pray thee, upon me, and slay me: for anguish is come upon me, because my life is yet whole in me.

American Standard Version
And he said unto me, Stand, I pray thee, beside me, and slay me; for anguish hath taken hold of me, because my life is yet whole in me.

Douay-Rheims Bible
And he said to me: Stand over me, and kill me: for anguish is come upon me, and as yet my whole life is in me.

English Revised Version
And he said unto me, Stand, I pray thee, beside me, and slay me, for anguish hath taken hold of me; because my life is yet whole in me.

Webster's Bible Translation
He said to me again, Stand, I pray thee, upon me, and slay me: for anguish is come upon me, because my life is yet whole in me.

2 Samuel 1:9 Parallel
Commentary
Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament

David receives the news of Saul's death. - 2 Samuel 1:1-4. After the death of Saul, and David's return to Ziklag from his campaign against the Amalekites, there came a man to David on the third day, with his clothes torn and earth strewed upon his head (as a sign of deep mourning: see at 1 Samuel 4:12), who informed him of the flight and overthrow of the Israelitish army, and the death of Saul and Jonathan.

2 Samuel 1:1-3

2 Samuel 1:1 may be regarded as the protasis to 2 Samuel 1:2, so far as the contents are concerned, although formally it is rounded off, and ויּשׁב forms the apodosis to ויהי: "It came to pass after the death of Saul, David had returned from the slaughter of the Amalekites (1 Samuel 30:1-26), that David remained at Ziklag two days. And it came to pass on the third day," etc. Both of these notices of the time refer to the day, on which David returned to Ziklag from the pursuit and defeat of the Amalekites. Whether the battle at Gilboa, in which Saul fell, occurred before or after the return of David, it is impossible to determine. All that follows from the juxtaposition of the two events in 2 Samuel 1:1, is that they were nearly contemporaneous. The man "came from the army from with Saul," and therefore appears to have kept near to Saul during the battle.

2 Samuel 1:9 Parallel Commentaries

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

anguish, etc. or, my coat of mail, or, my embroidered coat hindereth me, that my, etc.

Cross References
2 Samuel 1:8
And he said to me, 'Who are you?' I answered him, 'I am an Amalekite.'

2 Samuel 1:10
So I stood beside him and killed him, because I was sure that he could not live after he had fallen. And I took the crown that was on his head and the armlet that was on his arm, and I have brought them here to my lord."

Jump to Previous
Agony Anguish Arrow Death Grip Hold Kill Life Pain Please Seized Side Slay Soul Stand Strong Throes Whole
Jump to Next
Agony Anguish Arrow Death Grip Hold Kill Life Pain Please Seized Side Slay Soul Stand Strong Throes Whole
Links
2 Samuel 1:9 NIV
2 Samuel 1:9 NLT
2 Samuel 1:9 ESV
2 Samuel 1:9 NASB
2 Samuel 1:9 KJV

2 Samuel 1:9 Bible Apps
2 Samuel 1:9 Biblia Paralela
2 Samuel 1:9 Chinese Bible
2 Samuel 1:9 French Bible
2 Samuel 1:9 German Bible

Bible Hub

ESV Text Edition: 2016. The Holy Bible, English Standard Version® copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers.
2 Samuel 1:8
Top of Page
Top of Page