Löydetty 126 Tulokset: Joab

  • David asked Ahimelech the Hittite, and Abishai, son of Zeruiah and brother of Joab, "Who will go down into the camp with me to Saul?" Abishai replied, "I will." (1 Samuel 26, 6)

  • Joab, son of Zeruiah, and David's servants also set out and met them at the pool of Gibeon. And they sat down, one group on one side of the pool and the other on the opposite side. (2 Samuel 2, 13)

  • Then Abner said to Joab, "Let the young men rise and perform for us." Joab replied, "All right!" (2 Samuel 2, 14)

  • The three sons of Zeruiah were there-Joab, Abishai, and Asahel. Asahel, who was as fleet of foot as a gazelle in the open field, (2 Samuel 2, 18)

  • Once more Abner said to Asahel: "Stop pursuing me! Why must I strike you to the ground? How could I face your brother Joab?" (2 Samuel 2, 22)

  • Joab and Abishai, however, continued the pursuit of Abner. The sun had gone down when they came to the hill of Ammah which lies east of the valley toward the desert near Geba. (2 Samuel 2, 24)

  • Then Abner called to Joab and said: "Must the sword destroy to the utmost? Do you not know that afterward there will be bitterness? How much longer will you refrain from ordering the people to stop the pursuit of their brothers?" (2 Samuel 2, 26)

  • Joab replied, "As God lives, if you had not spoken, the soldiers would not have been withdrawn from the pursuit of their brothers until morning." (2 Samuel 2, 27)

  • Joab then sounded the horn, and all the soldiers came to a halt, pursuing Israel no farther and fighting no more. (2 Samuel 2, 28)

  • Joab, after interrupting the pursuit of Abner, assembled all the men. Besides Asahel, nineteen other servants of David were missing. (2 Samuel 2, 30)

  • They took up Asahel and buried him in his father's tomb in Bethlehem. Joab and his men made an all-night march, and dawn found them in Hebron. (2 Samuel 2, 32)

  • Just then David's servants and Joab were coming in from an expedition, bringing much plunder with them. Abner, having been dismissed by David, was no longer with him in Hebron but had gone his way in peace. (2 Samuel 3, 22)

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