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David was a shepherd boy. He took care of his father's sheep. When a lion came to steal a lamb from his flock, he saved the lamb. David wasn't afraid. He was brave because he knew God would care for him.
Later on David saved his people, the Israelites, from their enemies, the Philistines, who came to make war on them. The Philistines had a soldier named Goliath, who was very big and fierce. He scared everyone. He was dressed in a suit of brass called armor. And he carried a great sword and a spear.
The Israelite soldiers ran away when they saw Goliath. But David decided to stand up and stop him. Then Goliath made fun of David because he was just a young boy. But David knew what to do. He ran toward Goliath. He wasn't afraid. He was brave and stopped Goliath in his tracks.
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