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I believe that the text indicates that David wrote it in a reflectory fashion. In the annotation, the noun "טַ֭עְמוֹ" "his behavior" is the key to this. This noun is also used in 1 Samuel 21:14. The interesting thing about this noun is that it can also mean "taste", e.g. "אִם־יֶשׁ־טַ֝֗עַם בְּרִ֣יר חַלָּמֽוּת׃" "or is there any taste in the white of an ...
David and his companions ate the consecrated bread. In Mark 2:23-28 Jesus recounts how this was unlawful for anyone but priests to do. Therefore, just as the note in Psalm 34 says, he was behaving like a madman in front of the priest, but you can tell from the Psalm's writing that He stayed in fellowship with the Lord and was not acting out of fear of Saul.
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