Löydetty 21 Tulokset: Saba

  • And the sons of Chus: Saba and Hevila, and Sabatha, and Regma, and Sabatacha. The sons of Regma: Saba and Dadan. (Genesis 10, 7)

  • And Ebal, and Abimael, Saba, (Genesis 10, 28)

  • Jecsan also begot Saba and Dadan. The children of Dadan were Assurim, and Latusim, and Loomin. (Genesis 25, 3)

  • And the queen of Saba, having; heard of the fame of Solomon in the name of the Lord, came to try him with hard questions. (1 Kings 10, 1)

  • And when the queen of Saba saw all the wisdom of Solomon, and the house which he had built, (1 Kings 10, 4)

  • And she gave the king a hundred and twenty talents of gold, and of spices a very great store, and precious stones: there was brought no more such abundance of spices as these which the queen of Saba gave to king Solomon. (1 Kings 10, 10)

  • And king Solomon gave the queen of Saba all that she desired, and asked of him: besides what he offered he himself of his royal bounty. And she returned, and went to her own country with her servants. (1 Kings 10, 13)

  • And the sons of Chus: Saba, and Hevila, Sabatha, and Regma, and Sabathaca. And the sons of Regma: Saba, and Dadan. (1 Chronicles 1, 9)

  • And Hebal, and Abimael, and Saba, (1 Chronicles 1, 22)

  • And the sons of Cetura, Abraham's concubine, whom she bore: Zamran, Jecsan, Madan, Madian, Jesboc, and Sue. And the sons of Jecsan, Saba, and Dadan. And the sons of Dadan: Assurim, and Latussim, and Laomin. (1 Chronicles 1, 32)

  • And when the queen of Saba heard of the fame of Solomon, she came to try him with hard questions at Jerusalem, with great riches, and camels, which carried spices, and abundance of gold, and precious stones. And when she was come to Solomon, she proposed to him all that was in her heart. (2 Chronicles 9, 1)

  • And she gave to the king a hundred and twenty talents of gold, and spices in great abundance, and most precious stones: there were no such spices as these which the queen of Saba gave to king Solomon. (2 Chronicles 9, 9)


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