Talált 85 Eredmények: Ahab

  • When Omri fell asleep with his ancestors, he was buried in Samaria; his son Ahab succeeded him. (1 Kings 16, 28)

  • Ahab son of Omri became king of Israel in the thirty-eighth year of Asa king of Judah, and reigned over Israel for twenty-two years in Samaria. (1 Kings 16, 29)

  • Ahab son of Omri did what is displeasing to Yahweh, and was worse than all his predecessors. (1 Kings 16, 30)

  • Ahab also put up a sacred pole and committed other crimes as well, provoking the anger of Yahweh, God of Israel, more than all the kings of Israel his predecessors. (1 Kings 16, 33)

  • Elijah the Tishbite, of Tishbe in Gilead, said to Ahab, 'By the life of Yahweh, God of Israel, whom I serve, there will be neither dew nor rain these coming years unless I give the word.' (1 Kings 17, 1)

  • A long time went by, and the word of Yahweh came to Elijah in the third year, 'Go, present yourself to Ahab, and I will send rain on the country.' (1 Kings 18, 1)

  • So Elijah set off to present himself to Ahab. As the famine was particularly severe in Samaria, (1 Kings 18, 2)

  • Ahab summoned Obadiah, the master of the palace -- Obadiah held Yahweh in great reverence: (1 Kings 18, 3)

  • and Ahab said to Obadiah, 'Come along, we must scour the country, all the springs and all the ravines in the hope of finding grass to keep horses and mules alive, or we shall have to slaughter some of our stock.' (1 Kings 18, 5)

  • They divided the country for the purpose of their survey; Ahab went one way by himself and Obadiah went another way by himself. (1 Kings 18, 6)

  • But Obadiah said, 'What sin I have committed, for you to put your servant into Ahab's power and cause my death? (1 Kings 18, 9)

  • But as soon as I leave you, the spirit of Yahweh will carry you away and I shall not know where; I shall go and tell Ahab; he will not be able to find you, and then he will kill me. Yet from his youth your servant has revered Yahweh. (1 Kings 18, 12)

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