Löydetty 982 Tulokset: David

  • And the women of the neighbourhood gave him a name. 'A son', they said, 'has been born to Naomi,' and they called him Obed. This was the father of Jesse, the father of David. (Ruth 4, 17)

  • Obed fathered Jesse, and Jesse fathered David. (Ruth 4, 22)

  • At this, Samuel took the horn of oil and anointed him, surrounded by his brothers; and the spirit of Yahweh seized on David from that day onwards. Samuel, for his part, set off and went to Ramah. (1 Samuel 16, 13)

  • So Saul sent messengers to Jesse with the order, 'Send me your son David (who is with the sheep).' (1 Samuel 16, 19)

  • Jesse took five loaves, a skin of wine and a kid, and sent them to Saul by his son David. (1 Samuel 16, 20)

  • David went to Saul and entered his service; Saul became very fond of him and David became his armour-bearer. (1 Samuel 16, 21)

  • Saul then sent a message to Jesse, 'Let David stay in my service, since he has won my favour.' (1 Samuel 16, 22)

  • And whenever the spirit from God came over Saul, David would take a harp and play; Saul would then be soothed; it would do him good, and the evil spirit would leave him. (1 Samuel 16, 23)

  • David was the son of an Ephrathite from Bethlehem of Judah whose name was Jesse; Jesse had eight sons and, by Saul's time, he was old and well on in years. (1 Samuel 17, 12)

  • David was the youngest; the eldest three followed Saul. (1 Samuel 17, 14)

  • David alternated between serving Saul and looking after his father's sheep at Bethlehem. (1 Samuel 17, 15)

  • Jesse said to his son David, 'Take your brothers this ephah of roasted grain and these ten loaves, and hurry to the camp, to your brothers. (1 Samuel 17, 17)


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