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Metsudah Tanach The Book of Samuel II
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Metsudah Tanach The Book of Samuel II


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In the book of Samuel II, David assumes the kingdom at Hebron. Covers the transfer of Israel's leadership to its second king, David. The early and middle years of his rule. His preparation for rule over all of Israel. David's rule; his wars, victories, conquests; his private life; the rebellions against him. Nathan and Gad.

Hebrew and English in a regular Hebrew font with vowels. Hebrew and English lines are side by side on the same page.

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