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  • So Jonathan called David and told him all these things. He then brought him to Saul and David was back in Saul's service as before. (1 Samuel 19, 7)

  • David asked Achish, "But what have I done? Have I done anything since I entered your service until the present time that would bar me from joining the fight against the enemies of my lord the king?" (1 Samuel 29, 8)

  • But Rehoboam disregarded the advice of the old counselors and asked the opinion of the greenhorns who had grown up with him and were in his service. (1 Kings 12, 8)

  • So the king summoned Jehoiada the priest and the other priests with him, and said to them, "Why have you not carried out the repairs of the House yet? From now on, you will no longer keep any money during your service, but shall set it aside for the repair of the House." (2 Kings 12, 8)

  • They also took the pots, shovels, wick trimmers, the spoons and all the bronze articles used in the temple service. (2 Kings 25, 14)

  • The family records of all the clans of Issachar listed a total of 87,000 men able to give military service. (1 Chronicles 7, 5)

  • Bela had five sons: Ezbon, Uzzi, Uzziel, Jeri-moth and Iri. They were heads of families in the clan and famous warriors. Their family records listed 22,034 men able to give military service. (1 Chronicles 7, 7)

  • Their family records listed 17,200 men able to give military service. Shuppin and Huppin also belonged to this tribe. (1 Chronicles 7, 9)

  • The sons of Ulla were descendants of Asher. They were heads of families, and famous warriors; Asher's descendants included 26,000 men able to give military service. (1 Chronicles 7, 38)

  • Shallum son of Kore, son of Ebiasaph, son of Korah, with his brother Korahites, of the same family, were responsible for the liturgical service; they were "keepers of the threshold for the Tent," for their fathers had guarded the entrance of the camp of Yahweh. (1 Chronicles 9, 19)

  • These are the cantors, heads of the levitical families. When free from service they lived in the Temple chambers, because they were on duty day and night. (1 Chronicles 9, 33)

  • Of the sons of Benjamin: 3,000 kinsmen of Saul, most of them hitherto in the service of the House of Saul. (1 Chronicles 12, 30)


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