As thy sword: Gen 9:6, Exo 17:11, Num 14:45, Jdg 1:7, Mat 7:2, Jam 2:13, Rev 16:6, Rev 18:6
Samuel: It has been a matter of wonder to many, how Samuel could thus slay a captive prince, even in the presence of Saul, who from motives of clemency had spared him; but it should be remarked, that what Samuel did here, he did in his magisterial capacity; and that Agag had been a cruel tyrant, and therefore was cut off for his merciless cruelties. Farther, it is not likely that he did it by his own sword, but by that of the executioner. What kings, magistrates, and generals do, in an official way, by their subjects, servants, or soldiers, they are said to do themselves - qui facit per alterum, facit per se.
hewed: Num 25:7, Num 25:8, 1Ki 18:40, Isa 34:6, Jer 48:10
Reciprocal: Gen 19:36 - General Gen 31:46 - an heap Exo 21:24 - General Lev 27:28 - no devoted Num 24:7 - Agag Jos 4:19 - Gilgal Jos 10:26 - Joshua Jdg 3:21 - thrust it Jdg 8:20 - General Jdg 9:24 - That the 1Sa 10:8 - to Gilgal 2Sa 21:9 - before the Lord 1Ki 2:25 - he fell Est 3:1 - Agagite Jer 50:15 - as she Dan 2:5 - ye shall Joe 3:7 - and will