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David and Goliath
Goliath was a nine-foot-tall soldier from Gath. All the Israelite soldiers were afraid to fight him.
David was a young shepherd boy who believed in God. He said, "The Lord will deliver me from the hand of this Philistine."
King Saul put his heavy armor and helmet on David. He gave David a big sword, but David said he could not wear them. He knew that his strength and protection came from God.
David took his sling and five smooth stones from the brook. Then he went to fight Goliath.
David threw a stone with his sling at Goliath. It hit Goliath in the forehead and the giant fell face down. Without a sword in his hand he struck down the giant and killed him.
David believed in God, and God helped him win over the giant.
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