Trouvé 374 Résultats pour: mercy

  • And Saul said to the Kenite: “Go away, withdraw, and descend from Amalek. Otherwise, I will include you with him. For you showed mercy to all the sons of Israel, when they ascended from Egypt.” And so the Kenite withdrew from the midst of Amalek. (1 Samuel 15, 6)

  • Therefore, show mercy to your servant. For you have brought me, your servant, into a covenant of the Lord with you. But if there is any iniquity in me, you may kill me, and you shall not lead me in to your father.” (1 Samuel 20, 8)

  • And if I live, you shall show the mercy of the Lord to me. Yet truly, if I die, (1 Samuel 20, 14)

  • you shall not take away your mercy from my house, even forever, when the Lord will have rooted out the enemies of David, each and every one of them, from the earth. May he take Jonathan from his house, and may the Lord require it from the hands of the enemies of David.” (1 Samuel 20, 15)

  • Therefore, David sent messengers to the men of Jabesh Gilead, and he said to them: “Blessed are you to the Lord, who has accomplished this mercy with your lord Saul, so that you would bury him. (2 Samuel 2, 5)

  • And now, certainly, the Lord will repay to you mercy and truth. But I also will act with favor, because you have accomplished this word. (2 Samuel 2, 6)

  • “Why did you enter to the concubine of my father?” But he, being exceedingly angry at the words of Ishbosheth, said: “Am I the head of a dog against Judah this day? I have shown mercy to the house of Saul, your father, and to his brothers and friends. And I have not delivered you into the hands of David. And yet today you have sought me, so that you might rebuke me over a woman? (2 Samuel 3, 8)

  • But my mercy I will not take away from him, as I took it away from Saul, whom I removed from before my face. (2 Samuel 7, 15)

  • And David said, “Do you think that there could be anyone left from the house of Saul, so that I might show mercy to him because of Jonathan?” (2 Samuel 9, 1)

  • And the king said, “Could there be anyone alive from the house of Saul, so that I may show the mercy of God to him?” And Ziba said to the king, “There is left alive a son of Jonathan, with disabled feet.” (2 Samuel 9, 3)

  • And David said to him: “Do not be afraid. For I will certainly show mercy to you because of your father Jonathan. And I will restore to you all the fields of your father Saul. And you shall eat bread at my table always.” (2 Samuel 9, 7)

  • And David said, “I will show mercy to Hanun, the son of Nahash, just as his father showed mercy to me.” Therefore, David sent consolation to him, by his servants, over the passing of his father. But when the servants of David had arrived in the land of the sons of Ammon, (2 Samuel 10, 2)


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