Somewhere I saw a supposedly biblical story from the OT -- young David was being chased by King Saul and hid in a recess off the main part of a cave. A fearsome repulsive spider came in with David and spin webbing over the opening of the hole David was hiding in. Saul looked into the cave, saw the gossamer covering David's hiding place and said "He couldn't be in there!"
So this means yhat god sometimes sends awful, disgusting (ungodly!) things, people etc to help us (like, say, DJT?). And this is why evangelicals, etc love djt. The ot book was noted.
Did I see that on this site? What was the bible book?
The most incredible thing about their planned national dominion, is the fact that most of us will not allow it to happen and I doubt they comprehend just how seriously this will not happen even if they become even more fascist and militant and organized than they already are, and they are.
We can't trust any political party that lies to us, Trump lied about kids being immune to the virus so open the damned schools, that's attempted mass murder.
You don't get to invoke a rule that the administration can't appoint a Supreme Court Judge in an election year and get everyone to agree, then appoint one during the election when it's your turn.
This illustrates the dishonesty, the self interest, the egotism and the craven hunger for power that has to be removed even if it involves grave sacrifice, they have defined themselves as our enemy, we didn't start this, but we will finish it.
The Hebrew Scriptures do not say anything about the web. etc.
3 He came to the sheep pens along the way; a cave was there, and Saul went in to relieve himself. David and his men were far back in the cave. 4 The men said, “This is the day the Lord spoke of when he said[b] to you, ‘I will give your enemy into your hands for you to deal with as you wish.’” Then David crept up unnoticed and cut off a corner of Saul’s robe.
5 Afterward, David was conscience-stricken for having cut off a corner of his robe. 6 He said to his men, “The Lord forbid that I should do such a thing to my master, the Lord’s anointed, or lay my hand on him; for he is the anointed of the Lord.” 7 With these words David sharply rebuked his men and did not allow them to attack Saul. And Saul left the cave and went his way.
8 Then David went out of the cave and called out to Saul, “My lord the king!” When Saul looked behind him, David bowed down and prostrated himself with his face to the ground.
However, as someone else posted, it is in the Midrash:
The motif of spiders coming to the aid of heroic figures by using webs to hide them from their enemies is a fairly common theme and Jewish tradition is no exception. The Otzar Midrashim 47 describes how, while on the run from King Saul, David hid in a cave. A spider then covered the cave’s opening with a web and Saul’s soldiers, seeing the undisturbed webbing, assumed that the cave must be unoccupied.
The Midrash has tales that are not considered, ahem, "true" by Christians, including the story of Lilith.
That story is not Biblical, it is Midrash.
Also it is not complete, in the original young David questions god s to why he made Madmen, spiders and stinging wasps all thing David feels have no purpose and are at odd with the supposed wisdom of god.
God gets pissed off at David, calls him a cheeky bastard and promises that one day Daviy boy will see why Wasps, spiders and nut jobs are all proof of HIS divine wisdom.
Through various situations years later god arranges for David to be endangered and in fear of his life three times, the first time he escapes death by pretending to be mad, the second is the Spider story and the third is David gets stuck in Saul's tent while trying to rob the mad king Saul in his sleep and only gets away because the guard is stung by a wasp. Thus proving Spiders, wasps and loonies were created by god purely for the purpose of getting David out of sit com situations a few thousand years later that he god engineered in the first place and showing how "wise" the daft bugger was..
This is just a jewish tale talking about king david, kind of fan fiction as we would call it today.
As far as I remember, it's not in the bible.
By the way, Isrraeli archaeologists have said that there was no great kingdom of david.
He was merely a tribal chieftan whose life story was elaborated on.
See "David and Solomon" and "The Bible Unearthed" by Israel Finkelstein.
Evidently the story is in 1Samuel 22-24
If you have read the bible, Saul hated David, because David and Saul's son Jonathan had a romantic relationship. David was Bi. When he heard of Honathan's death David said his love for him was stonger than he felt for any woman.