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Ziklag

(zĭk`lăg), in the Bible, place of ancient Palestine, probably S of Beersheba, given to DavidDavid,
d. c.970 B.C., king of ancient Israel (c.1010–970 B.C.), successor of Saul. The Book of First Samuel introduces him as the youngest of eight sons who is anointed king by Samuel to replace Saul, who had been deemed a failure.
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 by a Philistine ruler when he was in flight from Saul. David stayed there a while.
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In studying his extended stay in Ziklag (1 Samuel 27-30), readers will see how God often molds our hearts in seasons of brokenness, loneliness, and disappointment--sometimes even in our disobedience.
This storyline also reveals that, while banished from Saul's house, David formed a large army in Ziklag to fight against Saul and it suggests that he may actually have been able to take control of Judah years before Saul's death.
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Baanah, just as he had the young Amalekite at Ziklag, with death.
After publishing in 1958 his epic novel of the 1948 War, Days of Ziklag (for which he was awarded the Israel Prize), Yizhar virtually ceased writing fiction for adults until publishing Preliminaries.
They include coverage of the Kaige recension and its continuing existence, approaches in translation studies and their use for the study of the Septuagint, vocalization in the Hebrew text of the Torah, the provenance and profile of the Greek Joshua and his purpose, Jael and Mary as blessed above or among women, David's problematic return to Ziklag, the old Greek Job and his contexts, Chrysostom and the Septuagint, a still-undefined word that occurs too often, issues of the Old Greek Psalter, the real eroticism in the Song of Songs, a reorganization of prophecy, the song in the Septuagint, the date of Ezekial, and translating 2 Maccabees in a whole new way.
DAVID The warrior king wept when he returned to Ziklag and discovered it had been invaded and the women and children captured.
He allied himself with Achish, the son of a Philistine king, and received for his services the town of Ziklag.
David, at Ziklag after his recent victory over the Amalekites, is suddenly visited by a disheveled man from Saul's camp at Gilboa.