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  • Then David, taking up the head of the Philistine, brought it to Jerusalem. Yet truly, he placed his armor in his own tent. (1 Samuel 17, 54)

  • In Hebron, he reigned over Judah for seven years and six months. Then in Jerusalem, he reigned for thirty-three years over all of Israel and Judah. (2 Samuel 5, 5)

  • And the king, and all the men who were with him, went away to Jerusalem, to the Jebusites, the inhabitants of the land. And it was said to David by them, “You shall not enter here, unless you will take away the blind and the lame, who say, ‘David shall not enter here.’ ” (2 Samuel 5, 6)

  • Then David took more concubines and wives from Jerusalem, after he had arrived from Hebron. And other sons as well as daughters were born to David. (2 Samuel 5, 13)

  • And these are the names of those who were born to him in Jerusalem: Shammua, and Shobab, and Nathan, and Solomon, (2 Samuel 5, 14)

  • And David took the armbands of gold, which the servants of Hadadezer had, and he brought them to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 8, 7)

  • But Mephibosheth lived in Jerusalem. For he was fed always from the table of the king. And he was lame in both feet. (2 Samuel 9, 13)

  • Then, seeing that the Syrians had fled, the sons of Ammon themselves also fled from the face of Abishai, and they entered into the city. And Joab returned from the sons of Ammon, and he went to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 10, 14)

  • Now it happened that, at the turn of the year, in the time when kings usually go forth to war, David sent Joab, and his servants with him, and all of Israel, and they laid waste to the sons of Ammon, and they besieged Rabbah. But David remained in Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 11, 1)

  • Therefore, David said to Uriah, “Even so, remain here today, and tomorrow I will send you away.” So Uriah remained in Jerusalem, on that day and the next. (2 Samuel 11, 12)

  • Also, bringing forth its people, he sawed them, and he drove over them with iron wagons, and he divided them with knives, and he dragged them through brick kilns. So he did to all the citizens of the sons of Ammon. And David returned, with the entire army, to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 12, 31)

  • Then Joab rose up, and he went away to Geshur. And he brought Absalom into Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 14, 23)


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