Talált 982 Eredmények: David

  • Saul asked him, 'Whose son are you, young man?' David replied, 'The son of your servant Jesse of Bethlehem.' (1 Samuel 17, 58)

  • When David had finished talking to Saul, Jonathan felt an instant affection for David; Jonathan loved him like his very self; (1 Samuel 18, 1)

  • Jonathan made a pact with David, since he loved him like his very self; (1 Samuel 18, 3)

  • Jonathan took off the cloak which he was wearing and gave it to David, and his armour too, even including his sword, his bow and his belt. (1 Samuel 18, 4)

  • Wherever David was sent on a mission by Saul, he was successful, and Saul put him in command of the fighting men; all the people respected him and so did Saul's staff. (1 Samuel 18, 5)

  • On their return, when David was coming back from killing the Philistine, the women came out of all the towns of Israel singing and dancing to meet King Saul, with tambourines, sistrums and cries of joy; (1 Samuel 18, 6)

  • and as they danced the women sang: Saul has killed his thousands, and David his tens of thousands. (1 Samuel 18, 7)

  • Saul was very angry; the incident displeased him. 'They have given David the tens of thousands,' he said, 'but me only the thousands; what more can he have, except the throne?' (1 Samuel 18, 8)

  • And Saul watched David jealously from that day onwards. (1 Samuel 18, 9)

  • The following day, an evil spirit from God seized on Saul and he fell into a frenzy while he was indoors. David played the harp as on other occasions; Saul had a spear in his hand. (1 Samuel 18, 10)

  • Saul brandished the spear; he said, 'I will pin David to the wall!' David evaded him twice. (1 Samuel 18, 11)

  • Saul feared David, since Yahweh was with him and had withdrawn from Saul. (1 Samuel 18, 12)

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