13 Then Michal put an image in the bed to make it look like David was still sleeping there.
14 Saul sent messengers to capture David, but Michal said David was sick.
15 Saul sent the messengers again, who said to Michal, "Bring him to me, so I can kill him."
16 But when the messengers looked for David in his bed, they found the image that Michal had put there.
17 Saul said to Michal, "Why did you deceive me by letting him escape?"
Michal said, "Because he said he'd kill me if I didn't help him get away."
Saul, the naked prophet
18 David fled to Ramah and told Samuel that Saul tried to kill him.
19-20 When Saul found out that David was in Ramah, he sent messengers to capture him.
But when the messengers arrived and saw everyone prophesying, the spirit of the Lord came upon them, and they began prophesying.
21 When Saul was told about it, he sent more messengers, and they began prophesying, too. Saul sent a third set of messengers, and the same thing happened to them.
22 Finally Saul decided to go to Ramah to see the prophesying firsthand.
23-24 So Saul went there, and the Spirit of God came upon him too, and he took off all of his clothes and prophesied naked all day and night. That's why everyone says, "Is Saul also among the prophets?"
The special relationship between Jonathan and David
201 David visited Jonathan, and said to him, "Why does your father want to kill me?"
2 Jonathan said, "I don't know, but I’ll find out."
3 David said, "Your father knows how you feel about me."
Although the Bible doesn't explicitly say so, Jonathan's mother is generally assumed to be Ahinoam. She may also have been one of David's wives, since he had a wife by that name and God claimed to have given Saul's wives to David. (2 Samuel 12:8)