|Overview - 1 Samuel 14|
|1||Jonathan goes and miraculously smites the Philistine's garrison.|
|15||A divine terror makes them beat themselves.|
|17||Saul, not staying the priest's answer, sets on them.|
|21||The captivated Hebrews, and the hidden Israelites, join against them.|
|24||Saul's unadvised adjuration hinders the victory.|
|31||He restrains the people from eating blood.|
|35||He builds an altar.|
|37||Jonathan, taken by lot, is save by the people.|
|47||Saul's victories, strength, and family.|
1 Samuel 14:29 (King James Version)
Then said Jonathan, My father hath troubled the land: see, I pray you, how mine eyes have been enlightened, because I tasted a little of this honey.
- My father
- 1 Kings 18:18
- It is well known, that hunger and fatigue produce faintness and dim the sight; and on taking a little food, this affection is immediately removed.