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  • Now Jonathan, the son of Saul, had a son with disabled feet. For he was five years old when the report about Saul and Jonathan arrived from Jezreel. And so, his nurse, taking him up, fled. And while she was hurrying, so that she might flee, he fell and was made lame. And he was called Mephibosheth. (2 Samuel 4, 4)




  • And when Mephibosheth, the son of Jonathan, the son of Saul, had come to David, he fell upon his face, and he reverenced. And David said, “Mephibosheth?” And he responded, “Your servant is here.” (2 Samuel 9, 6)

  • And so, work the land for him, you and your sons and your servants. And you shall bring in food for the son of your lord, for nourishment. And Mephibosheth, the son of your lord, shall always eat bread at my table.” Now Ziba had fifteen sons and twenty servants. (2 Samuel 9, 10)

  • And Ziba said to the king: “Just as my lord has ordered your servant, so will your servant do. And Mephibosheth shall eat at my table, like one of the sons of the king.” (2 Samuel 9, 11)

  • Now Mephibosheth had a young son whose name was Mica. Truly, all the kindred of the house of Ziba served Mephibosheth. (2 Samuel 9, 12)

  • But Mephibosheth lived in Jerusalem. For he was fed always from the table of the king. And he was lame in both feet. (2 Samuel 9, 13)

  • And when David had passed a little beyond the top of the mountain, Ziba, the servant of Mephibosheth, appeared to meet him, with two donkeys, which were burdened with two hundred loaves, and one hundred bunches of dried grapes, and one hundred masses of dried figs, and a skin of wine. (2 Samuel 16, 1)




  • And the king said to Ziba, “All the things which were for Mephibosheth are now yours.” And Ziba said, “I beg you that I may find grace before you, my lord the king.” (2 Samuel 16, 4)

  • And Mephibosheth, the son of Saul, descended to meet the king, with unwashed his feet and uncut beard. And he had not washed his garments from the day that the king had departed, until the day of his return in peace. (2 Samuel 19, 24)

  • And when he had met the king at Jerusalem, the king said to him, “Why did you not go with me, Mephibosheth?” (2 Samuel 19, 25)

  • And Mephibosheth responded to the king, “But now let him take it all, since my lord the king has been returned peacefully into his own house.” (2 Samuel 19, 30)

  • But the king spared Mephibosheth, the son of Jonathan, the son of Saul, because of the oath of the Lord which had been made between David and Jonathan, the son of Saul. (2 Samuel 21, 7)




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