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Since boyhood he had known Philistia For the black thing it was, a plague opposed Always against the loveliness of Israel, And when his father Saul was anointed king By Samuel in Ramah, then Jonathan knew How all the lessons of his youth had been To fit him for the striking of the men Who profaned beauty and let the soul be blind.
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In Gilgal and Shiloh, in the fixed camps where, in the first instance, they had found a permanent foothold in Palestine proper, there forthwith arose important centres of worship; so likewise in other places of political importance, even in such as only temporarily come into prominence, as Ophrah, Ramah, and Nob near Gibeah.
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But, in point-of fact, if a prosperous man of Ephraim or Benjamin made a pilgrimage to the joyful festival at Shiloh at the turn of the year, the reason for his doing so was not that he could have had no opportunity at his home in Ramah or Gibeah for eating and drinking before the Lord.
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The child of a well-to-do middle class family at Ramah, in the district of Zuph Ephraim, he is even before his birth vowed to Jehovah by his mother, and as soon as possible afterwards is handed over to the sanctuary at Shiloh,-not to become a Nazarite or one of the Nethinim in the sense of the Pentateuch, but to be a priest,-for in his ministry he wears the linen ephod, the _ephod bad_, and even the pallium (1Samuel ii.
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After a vain search of several days he arrives in the neighbourhood of Ramah, and at the suggestion of his servant applies for information as to the asses to a seer there, to Samuel.
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After Saul's spear-cast David takes flight for the first time, but at verse 11 he is still at home, and makes his escape the second time with the aid of feminine artifice, going to Samuel at Ramah, but to appear in chap.
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But that David when he fled, fled in earnest and went in the direction of Judah, instead of amusing himself by going first towards the north, is perfectly evident, as much so as that it is a serious abuse of the spirit of prophecy to make it serve ends which are foreign to its nature, and turn it into a mere instrument for the personal safety of David, who had no need whatever to wait for Saul at Ramah to play him a trick there.
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This spirit of the times was understood by an old man, Samuel ben Elkanah, who lived at Ramah in south-western Ephraim.
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In Ramah there was a voice heard,-weeping, and lamentation, and great mourning; Rachel weeping for her children, and would not be comforted.
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We passed Ramah, and Beroth, and on the right saw the tomb of the prophet Samuel, perched high upon a commanding eminence.
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Nay, even a woman had been taken to judge Israel-Deborah the prophetess, who dwelt under the palm-tree here between Ramah and Bethel.
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Hard ridden was Saul by the Spirit at that time, and he went to Ramah to see Samuel; and when he saw him, he, the king, my beloved, was so beset that he tore off his clothes, and lay down naked all night.
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Then all the elders of Israel gathered themselves together, and came to Samuel, onto Ramah, 5.
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A formal delegation of the representatives of the nation comes to Ramah, unsummoned by Samuel, with the demand for a king.
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And David fled from Naioth in Ramah, and came and said before Jonathan, What have I done?
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The incident at Ramah might have seemed to augur some improvement in his mood; and certainly there could have been no overt acts, or Jonathan could not have disputed the suspicions.
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And to the very end I must confess that I have in me so much of the spirit of Rachel weeping in Ramah as will not be comforted because Mamillius is not.
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The men of Ramah and Gaba, six hundred twenty and one.
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And at Anathoth, Nob, Ananiah, 16:011:033 Hazor, Ramah, Gittaim, 16:011:034 Hadid, Zeboim, Neballat, 16:011:035 Lod, and Ono, the valley of craftsmen.
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And Elkanah went to Ramah to his house.
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Examples of Ramah

Example #1
And he was diligent in bronze and arms, And kept his body supple, and his eye Keen, and the coming of his hooves was thunder, Wherever battle fell.
Example #2
And all his years was Jonathan's anguish only To keep this tillage of his wisdom clean.
Example #3
And, apart from the greater cities with their more or less regular religious service, it is perfectly permissible to erect an altar extempore, and offer sacrifice wherever an occasion presents itself.
Example #4
For of course, if the Hebrews did not hesitate to appropriate to themselves the old holy places of the country, neither did they feel any difficulty in instituting new ones.
Example #5
Any strict centralisation is for that period inconceivable, alike in the religious as in every other sphere.
Example #6
By a later age the temple there was even regarded as the prototype of the temple of Solomon, that is, as the one legitimate place of worship to which Jehovah had made a grant of all the burnt-offerings of the children of Israel (Jer. vii.12; 1Samuel ii.