"Sabda-Mu adalah pelita bagi langkahku, cahaya untuk menerangi jalanku." Mazmur 119:105 (BIS)
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 My father a king, or father of a king, a common name of the Philistine
 kings, as "Pharaoh" was of the Egyptian kings.
  1. The Philistine king of Gerar in the time of Abraham Ge 20:1-18
     By an interposition of Providence, Sarah was delivered from his
     harem, and was restored to her husband Abraham. As a mark of
     respect he gave to Abraham valuable gifts, and offered him a
     settlement in any part of his country; while at the same time he
     delicately and yet severely rebuked him for having practised a
     deception upon him in pretending that Sarah was only his sister.
     Among the gifts presented by the king were a thousand pieces of
     silver as a "covering of the eyes" for Sarah; i.e., either as an
     atoning gift and a testimony of her innocence in the sight of
     all, or rather for the purpose of procuring a veil for Sarah to
     conceal her beauty, and thus as a reproof to her for not having
     worn a veil which, as a married woman, she ought to have done. A
     few years after this Abimelech visited Abraham, who had removed
     southward beyond his territory, and there entered into a league
     of peace and friendship with him. This league was the first of
     which we have any record. It was confirmed by a mutual oath at
     Beer-sheba Ge 21:22-34
  2. A king of Gerar in the time of Isaac, probably the son of the
     preceeding Ge 26:1-22 Isaac sought refuge in his territory
     during a famine, and there he acted a part with reference to his
     wife Rebekah similar to that of his father Abraham with
     reference to Sarah. Abimelech rebuked him for the deception,
     which he accidentally discovered. Isaac settled for a while
     here, and prospered. Abimelech desired him, however, to leave
     his territory, which Isaac did. Abimelech afterwards visited him
     when he was encamped at Beer-sheba, and expressed a desire to
     renew the covenant which had been entered into between their
     fathers Ge 26:26-31
  3. A son of Gideon Jud 9:1 who was proclaimed king after the death
     of his father Jud 8:33-9:6 One of his first acts was to murder
     his brothers, seventy in number, "on one stone," at Ophrah. Only
     one named Jotham escaped. He was an unprincipled, ambitious
     ruler, often engaged in war with his own subjects.  When engaged
     in reducing the town of Thebez, which had revolted, he was struck
     mortally on his head by a mill-stone, thrown by the hand of a
     woman from the wall above. Perceiving that the wound was mortal,
     he desired his armour-bearer to thrust him through with his
     sword, that it might not be said he had perished by the hand of a
     woman Jud 9:50-57
  4. The son of Abiathar, and high priest in the time of David
     1Ch 18:16 In the parallel passage, 2Sa 8:17 we have the
     name Ahimelech, and Abiathar, the son of Ahimelech. This most
     authorities consider the more correct reading.
  5. Achish, king of Gath, in the title of Ps 34:1 Comp.
     1Sa 21:10-15
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