And he said, Thou thyself, art my son Esau? And he said, I am!
And David said unto Ahimelech the priest - The king, hath charged me with a matter, and hath said unto me - Let, no man, know aught of the business on which I am sending thee, and with which I have charged thee, - But, unto the young men, have I appointed, such and such a place.
So he feigned himself mad, in their sight, and raged in their hand, - and struck against the doors of the gate, and let his spittle run down upon his beard.
Then said Achish, Whither have ye made a raid, to-day? And David said - Against the South of Judah, or against the South of the Jerahmeelites, or as far as the South of the Kenites.
And the king said to her - What aileth thee? And she said - Of a truth, a widow woman, am I, for my husband is dead.
Is it, for God, ye would speak perversely? And, for him, would ye speak deceit:
For thine own mouth would teach thine iniquity, and thou wouldst choose the tongue of the crafty.
A lip that is faithful, shall be firm to futurity, but, only for a twinkling, is the tongue that is false.
An abomination to Yahweh, are lips that are false, but, he that dealeth faithfully, is his delight.
Vanity and falsehood, remove far from me, Neither poverty nor riches, give me, Feed me with the food appointed me:
These, are the things which ye shall do: Speak ye the truth, every man with his neighbour, truth and the sentence of peace, pronounce ye in your gates;
But, if, the truth of God, by my falsehood, hath the more abounded unto his glory, why, any longer, am, even I, as a sinner, to be judged?
Wherefore, stripping off what is false, be speaking truth each one with his neighbour, because we are members one of another;
Be not guilty of falsehood one to another: having stript off the old man, together with his practices,
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