Talált 969 Eredmények: David

  • And the women of the near future were congratulating her and saying, “There was a son born to Naomi. They called his name Obed. Here is the father of Jesse, the father of David.” (Ruth 4, 17)

  • Obed conceived Jesse, Jesse conceived David. (Ruth 4, 22)

  • Therefore, Samuel took the horn of oil, and he anointed him in the midst of his brothers. And the Spirit of the Lord was guiding David from that day and thereafter. And Samuel rose up, and he went away to Ramah. (1 Samuel 16, 13)

  • Therefore, Saul sent messengers to Jesse, saying, “Send to me your son David, who is in the pastures.” (1 Samuel 16, 19)

  • And so, Jesse took a donkey laden with bread, and a bottle of wine, and a kid from one of the goats, and he sent them, by the hand of his son David, to Saul. (1 Samuel 16, 20)

  • And David went to Saul, and stood before him. And he loved him exceedingly, and he made him his armor bearer. (1 Samuel 16, 21)

  • And Saul sent to Jesse, saying: “Let David remain before my sight. For he has found favor in my eyes.” (1 Samuel 16, 22)

  • And so, whenever the evil spirit from the Lord assailed Saul, David took up his stringed instrument, and he struck it with his hand, and Saul was refreshed and uplifted. For the evil spirit withdrew from him. (1 Samuel 16, 23)

  • Now David was the son of an Ephrathite man, the one mentioned above, from Bethlehem of Judah, whose name was Jesse. He had eight sons, and during the days of Saul, he was an elderly man, and of great age among men. (1 Samuel 17, 12)

  • But David was the youngest. Therefore, when the three eldest had followed Saul, (1 Samuel 17, 14)

  • David went away from Saul, and he returned, so that he might pasture the flock of his father at Bethlehem. (1 Samuel 17, 15)

  • Now Jesse said to his son David: “Take, for your brothers, an ephah of cooked grain, and these ten loaves, and hurry to the camp, to your brothers. (1 Samuel 17, 17)


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