Talált 89 Eredmények: Absalom

  • the second, Chileab, of Abigail the widow of Nabal of Carmel; the third, Absalom, son of Maacah the daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur; (2 Samuel 3, 3)

  • Some time later the following incident occurred. David's son Absalom had a beautiful sister named Tamar, and David's son Amnon loved her. (2 Samuel 13, 1)

  • He asked him, "Prince, why are you so dejected morning after morning? Why not tell me?" So Amnon said to him, "I am in love with Tamar, my brother Absalom's sister." (2 Samuel 13, 4)

  • Her brother Absalom said to her: "Has your brother Amnon been with you? Be still now, my sister; he is your brother. Do not take this affair to heart." But Tamar remained grief-stricken and forlorn in the house of her brother Absalom. (2 Samuel 13, 20)

  • Absalom, moreover, said nothing at all to Amnon, although he hated him for having shamed his sister Tamar. (2 Samuel 13, 22)

  • After a period of two years, Absalom had shearers in Baalhazor near Ephraim, and he invited all the princes. (2 Samuel 13, 23)

  • Absalom went to the king and said: "Your servant is having shearers. Please, your majesty, come with all your retainers to your servant." (2 Samuel 13, 24)

  • But the King said to Absalom, "No, my son, all of us should not go lest we be a burden to you." And though Absalom urged him, he refused to go and began to bid him good-bye. (2 Samuel 13, 25)

  • Absalom then said, "If you will not come yourself, please let my brother Amnon come to us." The king asked him, "Why should he go to you?" (2 Samuel 13, 26)

  • At Absalom's urging, however, he sent Amnon and all the other princes with him. Absalom prepared a banquet fit for royalty. (2 Samuel 13, 27)

  • When the servants did to Amnon as Absalom had commanded, all the other princes rose, mounted their mules, and fled. (2 Samuel 13, 29)

  • While they were still on the road, a report reached David that Absalom had killed all the princes and that not one of them had survived. (2 Samuel 13, 30)


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