2 Samuel

Spurgeon on 2 Samuel

2 Samuel
Sermons, Exposition and Devotionals
by C H Spurgeon

Mephibosheth

DAVID AND JONATHAN’S SON
2 Samuel 9:1-13

Alexander Maclaren

THIS charming idyll of faithful love to a dead friend and generous kindness comes in amid stories of battle like a green oasis in a wilderness of wild rocks and sand. The natural sweetness and chivalry of David’s disposition, which fascinated all who had to do with him, comes beautifully out in it, and it may well stand as an object-lesson of the great Christian duty of practical mercifulness.

Maclaren on 2 Samuel Pt2

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2 Samuel 9 Commentary

2Samuel 9:1 THEN DAVID SAID, "IS THERE YET ANYONE LEFT OF THE HOUSE OF SAUL, THAT I MAY SHOW HIM KINDNESS FOR JONATHAN'S SAKE?":

  • 2Sa 1:26 1Sa 18:1, 2, 3, 4 20:14, 15, 16, 17,42 23:16, 17, 18 1Ki 2:7 Pr 27:10 Mt 10:42 25:40 Mk 9:41 Jn 19:26,27 Philemon 1:9, 10, 11, 12 1Pe 3:8

David Demonstrates the Lovingkindness
of Jehovah to Mephibosheth