There was a cave there and Saul went in to relieve himself. David and his men were huddled far back in the same cave. I Samuel 24:3 (TM)
was a “divine appointment” when Saul chose the exact same cave David and his
men were hiding in to “relieve himself”. When I visited the En Gedi region a
few years ago I was amazed at how many caves riddled the hillside. They’re
everywhere! The odds that Saul would choose the same cave were astronomical –
comparable to hitting the Powerball jackpot. What a great example that God is
wonder if David was thinking about that same experience when he wrote these
Is there anyplace I can go
to avoid your Spirit?
to be out of your sight?
If I climb to the sky, you’re there!
If I go underground, you’re there!
If I flew on morning’s wings
to the far western horizon,
You’d find me in a minute—
you’re already there waiting!
Then I said to myself, "Oh, he even sees me in the dark!
At night I’m immersed in the light!"
It’s a fact: darkness isn’t dark to you;
night and day, darkness and light, they’re
all the same to you.