More Discussions for this daf
1. Getting things through prayer 2. Dovid Hamelech and the Harp 3. The speed of the angels
4. Chamor No'er 5. Shema after Tefilla 6. Bedai
7. Moshe and Pharaoh's astrologers 8. Ge'ulah Samuch la'Tefilah 9. Eliyahu in 4 Flights; Rav Elazar bar Avina
10. The Logic of Rebbi Yehoshua ben Levi 11. Rashi 12. Bushah & Kelimah
13. Verse proving David was not embarrassed 14. Ashrei 15. Rashi
16. Saying Shema before Shemoneh Esreh 17. Lulei 18. "Lulei"
19. Unneccessary repetition 20. Semichat Ge'ulah l'Tefilah 21. Interpretation of "BeShachbecha"
22. בחצות הלילה 23. King David dealing with Halachic issues

Joseph Lefkowitz asks:

The pasuk quoted to prove that Dovid was not embaressed to ask Mipiboshes states "Neged M'lachim lo avosh" . Was Mipiboshes a king? Who was he aside from being Dovids rebbi?

Joseph Lefkowitz, baltimore usa

The Kollel replies:

Mefivoshes in this context refers to Ishboshes, the son of Shaul ha'Melech. The Maharsha explains that the verse refers to him as a king, either because Talmidei Chachamim are called "kings" (Gitin 62a)or because he was from a kingly family.

B'Virchas Kol Tuv,

Eliezer Chrysler