Talált 982 Eredmények: David

  • before David got up to go, he and his men, and killed two hundred of the Philistines. David brought their foreskins back and counted them out before the king, so that he could be the king's son-in-law. Saul then gave him his daughter Michal in marriage. (1 Samuel 18, 27)

  • Saul could not but see that Yahweh was with David, and that the whole House of Israel loved him; (1 Samuel 18, 28)

  • Saul became more afraid of David than ever, and became his inveterate enemy. (1 Samuel 18, 29)

  • The Philistine chiefs kept mounting their campaigns but, whenever they did so, David proved more successful than any of Saul's staff; consequently he gained great renown. (1 Samuel 18, 30)

  • Saul let his son Jonathan and all his servants know of his intention to kill David. But Jonathan, Saul's son, held David in great affection; (1 Samuel 19, 1)

  • and Jonathan warned David, 'My father Saul is looking for a way to kill you, so be on your guard tomorrow morning; go into hiding, stay out of sight. (1 Samuel 19, 2)

  • Jonathan spoke highly of David to Saul his father and said, 'The king should not harm his servant David; far from harming you, what he has done has been greatly to your advantage. (1 Samuel 19, 4)

  • He took his life in his hands, he killed the Philistine, and Yahweh brought about a great victory for all Israel. You saw for yourself. How pleased you were! Why then sin against innocent blood by killing David for no reason?' (1 Samuel 19, 5)

  • Jonathan called David and told him all this. Jonathan then brought him to Saul, and David remained in attendance as before. (1 Samuel 19, 7)

  • War broke out again and David sallied out to fight the Philistines; he inflicted a great defeat on them and they fled before him. (1 Samuel 19, 8)

  • An evil spirit from Yahweh came over Saul while he was sitting in his house with his spear in his hand; David was playing the harp. (1 Samuel 19, 9)

  • Saul tried to pin David to the wall with his spear, but he avoided Saul's thrust and the spear stuck in the wall. David fled and made good his escape. That same night (1 Samuel 19, 10)


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