Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - 2 Samuel 13|
| 1 ||Amnon loving Tamar, by Jonadab's counsel feigning himself sick, ravishes her. |
|15 ||He hates her, and shamefully turns her away. |
|19 ||Absalom entertains her, and conceals his purpose. |
|23 ||At a sheep-shearing among all the king's sons, he kills Amnon. |
|31 ||David grieving at the news, is comforted by Jonadab. |
|37 ||Absalom flies to Talmai at Geshur. |
2 Samuel 13:21 (King James Version)
But when king David heard of all these things, he was very wroth.
- he was very wroth
- The Septuagint and Vulgate add, [Kai ouk elupese to pneuma Amnon tou huiou autou, hoti egapa auton, hoti prototokos autou en;] et noluit contristare spiritum Amnon filii sui, quoniam diligebat eum, quia primogenitus erat ei: "But he would not grieve the soul of Amnon his son, for he loved him because he was his first-born." The same addition is found in Josephus; and it is probable that it once formed a part of the Hebrew text.
- 2 Samuel 3:28 2 Samuel 3:29 2 Samuel 12:5 2 Samuel 12:10 Genesis 34:7 ; 1 Samuel 2:22-25 1 Samuel 2:29 ; Psalms 101:8