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  • Psalms 71:20-21
    You have allowed me to suffer much hardship, but you will restore me to life again and lift me up from the depths of the earth.You will restore me to even greater honor and comfort me once again.
  • Psalms 118:10-13
    Though hostile nations surrounded me, I destroyed them all with the authority of the Lord.Yes, they surrounded and attacked me, but I destroyed them all with the authority of the Lord.They swarmed around me like bees; they blazed against me like a crackling fire. But I destroyed them all with the authority of the Lord.My enemies did their best to kill me, but the Lord rescued me.
  • Psalms 23:4
    Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me.
  • 1 Samuel 19 11-1 Samuel 19 17
    Then Saul sent troops to watch David’s house. They were told to kill David when he came out the next morning. But Michal, David’s wife, warned him,“ If you don’t escape tonight, you will be dead by morning.”So she helped him climb out through a window, and he fled and escaped.Then she took an idol and put it in his bed, covered it with blankets, and put a cushion of goat’s hair at its head.When the troops came to arrest David, she told them he was sick and couldn’t get out of bed.But Saul sent the troops back to get David. He ordered,“ Bring him to me in his bed so I can kill him!”But when they came to carry David out, they discovered that it was only an idol in the bed with a cushion of goat’s hair at its head.“ Why have you betrayed me like this and let my enemy escape?” Saul demanded of Michal.“ I had to,” Michal replied.“ He threatened to kill me if I didn’t help him.”
  • 1 Samuel 23 26-1 Samuel 23 27
    Saul and David were now on opposite sides of a mountain. Just as Saul and his men began to close in on David and his men,an urgent message reached Saul that the Philistines were raiding Israel again.
  • Matthew 27:39-44
    The people passing by shouted abuse, shaking their heads in mockery.“ Look at you now!” they yelled at him.“ You said you were going to destroy the Temple and rebuild it in three days. Well then, if you are the Son of God, save yourself and come down from the cross!”The leading priests, the teachers of religious law, and the elders also mocked Jesus.“ He saved others,” they scoffed,“ but he can’t save himself! So he is the King of Israel, is he? Let him come down from the cross right now, and we will believe in him!He trusted God, so let God rescue him now if he wants him! For he said,‘ I am the Son of God.’”Even the revolutionaries who were crucified with him ridiculed him in the same way.
  • Isaiah 50:10
    Who among you fears the Lord and obeys his servant? If you are walking in darkness, without a ray of light, trust in the Lord and rely on your God.
  • Psalms 18:18-19
    They attacked me at a moment when I was in distress, but the Lord supported me.He led me to a place of safety; he rescued me because he delights in me.
  • Isaiah 26:19
    But those who die in the Lord will live; their bodies will rise again! Those who sleep in the earth will rise up and sing for joy! For your life giving light will fall like dew on your people in the place of the dead!
  • 2 Samuel 15 10-2 Samuel 15 13
    But while he was there, he sent secret messengers to all the tribes of Israel to stir up a rebellion against the king.“ As soon as you hear the ram’s horn,” his message read,“ you are to say,‘ Absalom has been crowned king in Hebron.’”He took 200 men from Jerusalem with him as guests, but they knew nothing of his intentions.While Absalom was offering the sacrifices, he sent for Ahithophel, one of David’s counselors who lived in Giloh. Soon many others also joined Absalom, and the conspiracy gained momentum.A messenger soon arrived in Jerusalem to tell David,“ All Israel has joined Absalom in a conspiracy against you!”