They tore Ziklag to pieces and then burned it down. 1 Samuel 30 Three days later, David and his men arrived back in Ziklag. 1 Samuel 30:6. 4 Then David and the people that were with him lifted up their voice and wept, until they had no more power to weep. 1 Samuel 30:4-6 MSG. Scripture: 1 Samuel 30:1-27. They didn't kill anyone, but drove them like a ... Read verse in The Message Bible See 1 Samuel 30:3. The men of Israel were in full retreat from the Philistines, falling left and right, wounded on Mount Gilboa. 1 Samuel 30:6 And suddenly David was in even worse trouble. The people spake of stoning him — As the cause of this calamity, by coming to Ziklag at first, by provoking the Amalekites so grievously as he had done, and by his forwardness in marching away with Achish, and leaving the town, their wives and children unguarded. David learned the ability to do something in the face of the deepest betrayal and rejection imaginable. They didn't kill anyone, but drove them like a herd of cattle. 1 Samuel 30:6 And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the LORD his God. Read 1 Samuel 30:1 – 6. And suddenly David was in even worse trouble. They captured all the women, young and old. They captured all the women, young and old. 1 Samuel 30:6 Context. Three days later, David and his men arrived back in Ziklag. 1 Samuel 30:6. So that he knew not which way to look, but heavenward. 3 So David and his men came to the city, and, behold, it was burned with fire; and their wives, and their sons, and their daughters, were taken captives. There was talk among the men, bitter over the loss of their families, of stoning him. 1 Samuel 30: Three days later, David and his men arrived back in Ziklag. Read verse in The Message Bible Ver. Browse Sermons on 1 Samuel 30:6-8. Find Top Church Sermons, Illustrations, and Preaching Slides on 1 Samuel 30:6-8. Amalekites had raided the Negev and Ziklag. Introduction: As the background to the story in this chapter, David and his band of 600 warriors had been living in a town called Ziklag in Philistine territory, under King Achish (27:1-7). 1-3 Three days later, David and his men arrived back in Ziklag. Amalekites had raided the Negev and Ziklag. Amalekites had raided the Negev and Ziklag. And David was greatly distressed.] They tore Ziklag to pieces and then burned it down. of stoning caqal (saw-kal') to be weighty; but used only in the sense of lapidation or its contrary (as if a delapidation) -- (cast, gather out, throw) stone(-s), surely. 6. 31 1-2 The Philistines made war on Israel. They captured all the women, young and old. Amalekites had raided the Negev and Ziklag. 1 Samuel 30:1 - 26. When he stood completely alone, that is when David “strengthened himself in the Lord his God.” (1 Samuel 30:6) 1 Samuel 30:6 They tore Ziklag to pieces and then burned it down. The Philistines caught up with Saul and his sons. David and his men burst out in loud wails—wept and wept until they were exhausted with weeping. David’s two wives, Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail widow of Nabal of Carmel, had been taken prisoner along with the rest. 1 Samuel 31 The Message (MSG) Saul and Jonathan, Dead on the Mountain. They tore Ziklag to pieces and then burned it down. They didn’t kill anyone, but drove them like a herd of cattle.