Character Study on Phaltiel

Character Study on Phaltiel

2 Samuel 3: And Ishbosheth sent, and took her from her husband, even from Phaltiel the son of Laish.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Phaltiel
(fal' tih ehl) KJV form of Paltiel (2 Samuel 3:15 ).



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Phalti, Phaltiel
Son of Laish, of Gallim: Saul gave him Michal, David's wife. When she was restored to David, Phalti followed weeping behind her, till abruptly sent back by Abner. 1 Samuel 25:44 ; 2 Samuel 3:15 .

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la'Ish - (lion ), father of Phaltiel, to whom Saul had given Michal, David's wife
Phalti - Deliverance of the Lord, the son of Laish of Gallim (1 Samuel 25:44 )= Phaltiel (2 Samuel 3:15 )
Eliphalet - The last of David's thirteen sons, after his settlement at Jerusalem (2 Samuel 5:16; 1 Chronicles 14:5-7, ELIPHELET 1 Chronicles 3:8 or ELPALET, Phaltiel
Laish (1) - Father of Phaltiel (Saul's daughter, Michal's second husband) of GALLIM, a coincidence with the conjunction of the same names "Laish" and "Gallim" (Isaiah 10:30; 1 Samuel 25:44; 2 Samuel 3:15)
Phalti - Phaltiel also
Laish - Father of Phalti, or Phaltiel
Phal'ti - ( 1 Samuel 25:4-1 ) In (2 Samuel 3:15 ) he is called Phaltiel
Palti - The fuller form Paltiel , meaning, “God delivers,” is used in 2Samuel (KJV, Phaltiel)
Bahurim - Here Phaltiel parted with his wife Michal, when she was claimed by David (2 Samuel 3:16)
Michal - When David was being persecuted she was given as wife to Phaltiel; but when David came into power he demanded of Abner that she should be restored to him
Michal - For revenge, Saul gave her to Phaltiel (1 Samuel 25:44 )
Bahurim - Ishbosheth took her from her husband Phaltiel, who followed her weeping to Bahurim until Abner, the general, forced him to return home (2 Samuel 3:16 )
Michal - Meanwhile she was given in marriage to another man, Phalti or Phaltiel of Gallim (1 Samuel 25:44 ), but David afterwards formally reclaimed her as his lawful wife (2 Samuel 3:13-16 )
mi'Chal - (1 Samuel 19:11-17 ) When the rupture between Saul and David had become open and incurable, she was married to another man, Phalti or Phaltiel of Gallim
Michal - ... Subsequently, Michal was married to Phaltiel of Gallim (1 Samuel 25:44; 2 Samuel 3:15). Thence she was brought to David by Abner, as the king made her restoration the one condition of a league and demanded her from Ishbosheth; so in spite of the tears of Phaltiel, who followed behind to Bahurim on the road up from the Jordan valley to Olivet, and was thence turned back by Abner, David's messenger; and the 20 men with Abner, whose puppet Ishbosheth was, escorted her
Dance - Michal ought to have led them; but jealousy of David's other wives, married while she was with Phaltiel, and attachment to the latter (2 Samuel 3:15-16), and the feeling that David's zeal rebuked her apathy, led her to "come out to meet" him with sneers not songs
Ishbosheth - Ishbosheth did not dare to answer; and when David, sending the message to Ishbosheth direct, required him to restore his former wife Michal, Ishbosheth, constrained by Abner, forced his sister to leave her weeping husband Phaltiel and accompany Abner to David (2 Samuel 3:13-16), for her restoration was demanded by David as the first preliminary in treating with Abner
Abner - Received favorably and feasted by David, after his wife Michal was taken from Phaltiel and restored to him, Abner went forth from Hebron in peace
Shimei - Son of Gera, a Benjamite, of Saul's house; at Bahurim, a marked spot on the way from the Jordan valley to Jerusalem, just within Benjamin; to this point Phaltiel followed Michal (2 Samuel 3:16)
Benjamin - ... David was connected with Saul of Benjamin by marriage with his daughter, and therefore, feeling the political importance of the connection, made it a preliminary of his league with Abner that Michal should be restored to him, though Phaltiel had her heart (2 Samuel 3:13-16)
Angel - : Jeremiel ( 2Es 4:36 ), Phaltiel ( 2Es 5:16 ), and Uriel ( 2Es 10:28 )
David - Michal was given to Phaltiel, and was not restored to him until he made her restoration a condition of peace with Abner (1 Samuel 19; 2 Samuel 3:13-16)