― He was in cahoots with his arch enemy, and now he had betrayed him. ∙ Israel’s throne was David’s; the reigning king just wasn’t ready to concede. In the meantime, the king was making his life miserable-including several jealous attempts on his life. Finally with the help of the king’s son he escaped. ∙ At Nob, David met Ahimelech the High Priest who gave him food and a sword. Unfortunately, the sinister Doeg witnessed the whole affair and told the king. In a fit of rage, he [...].