Znaleziono 891 Wyniki dla: Jerusalem

  • And David took the Philistine's head and brought it to Jerusalem; his weapons, however, he put in his own tent. (1 Samuel 17, 54)

  • In Hebron he reigned over Judah for seven years and six months; then he reigned in Jerusalem over all Israel and Judah for thirty-three years. (2 Samuel 5, 5)

  • The king and his men then marched on Jerusalem, on the Jebusites living in the territory. These said to David, 'You will not get in here. The blind and the lame will hold you off.' (That is to say: David will never get in here.) (2 Samuel 5, 6)

  • After coming from Hebron, David took other concubines and wives in Jerusalem, and sons and daughters were born to him. (2 Samuel 5, 13)

  • These are the names of those born to him in Jerusalem: Shammua, Shobab, Nathan, Solomon, (2 Samuel 5, 14)

  • David took the golden shields carried by Hadadezer's guards and brought them to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 8, 7)

  • Meribbaal lived in Jerusalem, since he always ate at the king's table. He was crippled in both feet. (2 Samuel 9, 13)

  • When the Ammonites saw that the Aramaeans had fled, they too fled from Abishai and withdrew into the city. Hence, Joab broke off his campaign against the Ammonites and returned to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 10, 14)

  • At the turn of the year, at the time when kings go campaigning, David sent Joab and with him his guards and all Israel. They massacred the Ammonites and laid siege to Rabbah-of-the-Ammonites. David, however, remained in Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 11, 1)

  • David then said to Uriah, 'Stay on here today; tomorrow I shall send you off.' So Uriah stayed that day in Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 11, 12)

  • And he expelled its inhabitants, setting them to work with saws, iron picks and iron axes, employing them at brickmaking. He treated all the Ammonite towns in the same way. David and the whole army returned to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 12, 31)

  • Joab then set off, went to Geshur, and brought Absalom back to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 14, 23)


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