Talált 582 Eredmények: City

  • The men of Naboth's city, the elders and notables living in his city, did what Jezebel ordered, as was written in the letter which she had sent him. (1 Kings 21, 11)

  • The two scoundrels then came and confronted him, and the scoundrels then publicly accused Naboth as follows, 'Naboth has cursed God and the king.' He was then taken outside the city and stoned to death. (1 Kings 21, 13)

  • Those of Ahab's family who die in the city, the dogs will eat; and those who die in the open country, the birds of the air will eat.' (1 Kings 21, 24)

  • The king of Israel said, 'Seize Micaiah and hand him over to Amon, governor of the city, and Joash, the king's son, (1 Kings 22, 26)

  • When Jehoshaphat fell asleep with his ancestors he was buried in the City of his ancestor, David; his son Jehoram succeeded him. (1 Kings 22, 51)

  • The people of the city said to Elisha, 'The city is pleasant to live in, as my lord indeed can see, but the water is foul and the country suffers from miscarriages.' (2 Kings 2, 19)

  • Then he took his eldest son who was to succeed him and offered him as a sacrifice on the city wall. Alarmed at this, the Israelites withdrew and retired to their own territory. (2 Kings 3, 27)

  • Now as the king was passing along the city wall, a woman shouted, 'Help, my lord king!' (2 Kings 6, 26)

  • If we decide to go into the city, what with the famine in it, we shall die there; if we stay where we are, we shall die just the same. Come on, let us go over to the Aramaean camp; if they spare our lives, we live; if they kill us, well, then we die.' (2 Kings 7, 4)

  • Off they went and shouted out to the guards on the city gate, 'We have been to the Aramaean camp. There was not a soul there, no sound of anyone, only tethered horses and tethered donkeys, and their tents just as they were.' (2 Kings 7, 10)

  • The king got up while it was still dark and said to his officers, 'I can tell you what the Aramaeans have done to us. They know we are starving, so they have left the camp to hide in the open country. "They will come out of the city," they think, "we shall catch them alive and get into the city."' (2 Kings 7, 12)

  • Then Jehoram fell asleep with his ancestors and was buried with them in the City of David; his son Ahaziah succeeded him. (2 Kings 8, 24)

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