Book of Samuel, Chapter 26


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1 Samuel 26. David, the Ninja Spy. This lesson teaches us the value of stealth in everyday operations. Fitting in means becoming invisible, David was the expert in not being seen. David's spies blend into their surroundings, maybe even into Saul's army, subtly spreading sympathy for David's cause, and of course, finding out their plans, and the procedures of the enemy. Under cover of darkness, David sneaks into Saul's camp, in a display of stealth, that even a ninja would be impressed with. Stealing the king's spear, David sneaks out of the camp and again, under cover of darkness, calls out to advise those present of his successful infiltration. David holds the king's guards accountable for not properly defending him. Realizing that even this savvy psychological operation would not secure his safety, David decides that he and his followers would have to temporarily flee the country for their own safety. They flee into the hands of Saul's enemies, the Philistines, showing true the old adage, “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.”
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