Talált 582 Eredmények: City

  • and Zadok the priest and the prophet Nathan have anointed him king at Gihon; and they have gone back again with shouts of joy and the city is now in an uproar; that was the noise you heard. (1 Kings 1, 45)

  • So David fell asleep with his ancestors and was buried in the City of David. (1 Kings 2, 10)

  • Solomon became the son-in-law of Pharaoh king of Egypt; he married Pharaoh's daughter, and took her to the City of David until he could complete the building of his palace, the Temple of Yahweh and the ramparts of Jerusalem. (1 Kings 3, 1)

  • Solomon then summoned the elders of Israel to Jerusalem to bring the ark of the covenant of Yahweh up from the City of David, that is, Zion. (1 Kings 8, 1)

  • "From the day I brought my people Israel out of Egypt I chose no city, in any of the tribes of Israel, to have a temple built where my name should be; but I did choose David to rule my people Israel." (1 Kings 8, 16)

  • 'If your people go out to war against the enemy, on whatever missions you send them, and they pray to Yahweh, turning towards the city which you have chosen and towards the Temple which I have built for your name, (1 Kings 8, 44)

  • and turn back to you with all their heart and soul in the country of the enemies who have taken them captive, and pray to you, turning towards the country which you gave to their ancestors, towards the city which you have chosen and towards the Temple which I have built for your name, (1 Kings 8, 48)

  • After Pharaoh's daughter had moved from the City of David up to the palace which he had built for her, he then built the Millo. (1 Kings 9, 24)

  • This is the account of his revolt. Solomon was building the Millo and closing the breach in the City of David his father. (1 Kings 11, 27)

  • He will keep one tribe for the sake of my servant David and for the sake of Jerusalem, the city which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel; (1 Kings 11, 32)

  • I shall give one tribe to his son, so that my servant David may always have a lamp in my presence in Jerusalem, the city which I have chosen as a dwelling-place for my name. (1 Kings 11, 36)

  • When Solomon fell asleep with his ancestors, he was buried in the City of David his father; his son Rehoboam succeeded him. (1 Kings 11, 43)


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