David vs Goliath
The battle of David vs Goliath continued when the giant Philistine first came near to David and thought him not worth fighting, for David seemed not like a soldier, strong and brave, such as Goliath had expected. Instead, David was like a shepherd boy, gentle, and with a beautiful face, who had never seen a battle.
Goliath called on the idols that he worshipped to curse David as he approached the boy. David made haste and ran toward him. He put his hand in his shepherd's bag, took out a stone, slung it, and struck the Philistine between the eyes. The stone sunk into the giant's forehead, and he fell down upon the earth. So David overcame the Philistine with a sling and with a stone, for there was no sword in his hand.
David ran and stood upon the Philistine, took his sword from him, and killed him. Then he used the sword to cut off the giant's head. When all the Philistines saw that the man in whom they trusted was slain, they fled. The army of Israel rose up and chased and killed many of them and then went back to the Philistines' camp and plundered it. David came from the battle with the head of Goliath in his hand.
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