Talált 189 Eredmények: morning

  • The same night, Saul sent messengers to David's house to guard it, that he might kill him in the morning. David's wife Michal informed him, "Unless you save yourself tonight, tomorrow you will be killed." (1 Samuel 19, 11)

  • The next morning Jonathan went out into the field with a little boy for his appointment with David. (1 Samuel 20, 35)

  • May God do thus and so to David, if by morning I leave a single male alive among all those who belong to him." (1 Samuel 25, 22)

  • When Abigail came to Nabal, there was a drinking party in his house like that of a king, and Nabal was merry because he was very drunk. So she told him nothing at all before daybreak the next morning. (1 Samuel 25, 36)

  • So the first thing tomorrow, you and your lord's servants who came with you, go to the place I picked out for you. Do not decide to take umbrage at this; you are as acceptable to me as an angel of God. But make an early morning start, as soon as it grows light, and be on your way." (1 Samuel 29, 10)

  • So David and his men left early in the morning to return to the land of the Philistines. The Philistines, however, went on up to Jezreel. (1 Samuel 29, 11)

  • Joab replied, "As God lives, if you had not spoken, the soldiers would not have been withdrawn from the pursuit of their brothers until morning." (2 Samuel 2, 27)

  • Abner and his men marched all night long through the Arabah, crossed the Jordan, marched all through the morning, and came to Mahanaim. (2 Samuel 2, 29)

  • The next morning David wrote a letter to Joab which he sent by Uriah. (2 Samuel 11, 14)

  • 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)

  • Is like the morning light at sunrise on a cloudless morning, making the greensward sparkle after rain.' (2 Samuel 23, 4)

  • When David rose in the morning, the LORD had spoken to the prophet Gad, David's seer, saying: (2 Samuel 24, 11)


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