Trouvé 117 Résultats pour: Samaria

  • As they entered Samaria, Elisha said, 'Yahweh, open these people's eyes, and let them see.' Yahweh opened their eyes and they saw; they were inside Samaria. (2 Kings 6, 20)

  • It happened after this that Ben-Hadad king of Aram, mustering his whole army, marched on and laid siege to Samaria. (2 Kings 6, 24)

  • In Samaria there was great famine, and so strict was the siege that the head of a donkey sold for eighty shekels of silver, and one quarter-kab of wild onions for five shekels of silver. (2 Kings 6, 25)

  • 'Listen to the word of Yahweh,' Elisha said. 'Yahweh says this, "By this time tomorrow a measure of finest flour will sell for one shekel, and two measures of barley for one shekel, at the gate of Samaria." ' (2 Kings 7, 1)

  • (What Elisha had said to the king came true, 'Two measures of barley will sell for one shekel, and a measure of finest flour for one shekel, by this time tomorrow at the gate of Samaria.' (2 Kings 7, 18)

  • There were seventy of Ahab's sons in Samaria. Jehu sent to Samaria, to the authorities of the city, to the elders and to the guardians of Ahab's children. He said, (2 Kings 10, 1)

  • Jehu then set out for Samaria. As he was on his way, at Beth-Eked of the Shepherds, (2 Kings 10, 12)

  • When he entered Samaria, he killed all the survivors of Ahab's family there; he destroyed it, as Yahweh had told Elijah it would happen. (2 Kings 10, 17)

  • Then he fell asleep with his ancestors and was buried in Samaria; his son Jehoahaz succeeded him. (2 Kings 10, 35)

  • Jehu's reign over Israel in Samaria lasted twenty-eight years. (2 Kings 10, 36)

  • In the twenty-third year of Joash son of Ahaziah, king of Judah, Jehoahaz son of Jehu became king of Israel in Samaria. He reigned for seventeen years. (2 Kings 13, 1)

  • But they did not give up the sin into which Jeroboam had led Israel; they persisted in it, and even the sacred pole stayed standing in Samaria. (2 Kings 13, 6)

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