What does 1 Samuel 12:25 mean?
ESV: But if you still do wickedly, you shall be swept away, both you and your king.”
NIV: Yet if you persist in doing evil, both you and your king will perish.'
NASB: But if you still do evil, both you and your king will be swept away.'
CSB: However, if you continue to do what is evil, both you and your king will be swept away."
NLT: But if you continue to sin, you and your king will be swept away.'
KJV: But if ye shall still do wickedly, ye shall be consumed, both ye and your king.
NKJV: But if you still do wickedly, you shall be swept away, both you and your king.”
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Book Summary:
First Samuel introduces the key figures who led Israel after the era of the judges. The books of 1 and 2 Samuel were originally part of a single text, split in certain translations shortly before the birth of Christ. Some of the Bible’s most famous characters are depicted in this book. These including the prophet Samuel, Israel’s first king, Saul, her greatest king, David, and other famous names such as Goliath and Jonathan. By the end of this book, Saul has fallen; the book of 2 Samuel begins with David’s ascension to the throne.
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