Löydetty 19 Tulokset: Achish

  • That same day David took to flight from Saul, going to Achish, king of Gath. (1 Samuel 21, 11)

  • But the servants of Achish said, "Is this not David, the king of the land? During their dances do they not sing, 'Saul has slain his thousands, but David his ten thousands'?" (1 Samuel 21, 12)

  • David took note of these remarks and became very much afraid of Achish, king of Gath. (1 Samuel 21, 13)

  • Finally Achish said to his servants: "You see the man is mad. Why did you bring him to me? (1 Samuel 21, 15)

  • Accordingly, David departed with his six hundred men and went over to Achish, son of Maoch, king of Gath. (1 Samuel 27, 2)

  • David and his men lived in Gath with Achish; each one had his family, and David had his two wives, Ahinoam from Jezreel and Abigail, the widow of Nabal from Carmel. (1 Samuel 27, 3)

  • David said to Achish: "If I meet with your approval, let me have a place to live in one of the country towns. Why should your servant live with you in the royal city?" (1 Samuel 27, 5)

  • That same day Achish gave him Ziklag, which has, therefore, belonged to the kings of Judah up to the present time. (1 Samuel 27, 6)

  • In attacking the land David would not leave a man or woman alive, but would carry off sheep, oxen, asses, camels, and clothes. On his return he brought these to Achish, (1 Samuel 27, 9)

  • And Achish trusted David, thinking, "He must certainly be detested by his people Israel. I shall have him as my vassal forever." (1 Samuel 27, 12)

  • In those days the Philistines mustered their military forces to fight against Israel. So Achish said to David, "You realize, of course, that you and your men must go out on campaign with me to Jezreel." (1 Samuel 28, 1)

  • David answered Achish, "Good! Now you shall learn what your servant can do." Then Achish said to David, "I shall appoint you my permanent bodyguard." (1 Samuel 28, 2)

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