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  • Feeling happy after eating and drinking, Boaz went to lie down at the end of the pile of grain. Ruth then approached quietly, turned back the covering of his feet and lay there. (Ruth 3, 7)

  • At midnight the man awoke when he turned over and felt someone lying at his feet. He got up and was startled to find a woman there. (Ruth 3, 8)

  • She lay at his feet till morning and got up before anyone could be recognized. For Boaz said, "It must not be known that a woman came to the threshing floor." (Ruth 3, 14)

  • Then Jonathan crawled up on his hands and feet, his armor-bearer following him. The Philistines fell before Jonathan, and his armor-bearer finished them off. (1 Samuel 14, 13)

  • As she fell at his feet she said, "My lord, let the blame be on me! Let your handmaid speak to you; listen to her words. (1 Samuel 25, 24)

  • Rising and bowing to the ground, Abigail answered, "May I be as a slave to wash the feet of my lord's servants." (1 Samuel 25, 41)

  • Your hands were not bound, your feet were not fettered; as one falls at the hands of the wicked, so you have fallen." And all the people again wept over him. (2 Samuel 3, 34)

  • (Jonathan, son of Saul, had a son whose feet were crippled. He was five years old when the news came from Jezreel about the death of Saul and Jonathan. His nurse took him up and fled so hastily that the boy fell and became lame. He was called Mepibaal.) (2 Samuel 4, 4)

  • So David commanded his young men to kill them. They cut off their hands and feet and hung them beside the pool at Hebron. Then they took Ishbaal's head and buried it in Abner's tomb on Hebron. (2 Samuel 4, 12)

  • Then the king asked him, "Is there still someone of the house of Saul to whom I can give God's favor?" Ziba answered the king, "A son of Jonathan whose feet are crippled still lives." (2 Samuel 9, 3)

  • But Mepibaal lived in Jerusalem for he always ate at the king's table. He was lame in both feet. (2 Samuel 9, 13)

  • then he told Uriah, "Go down to your house and wash your feet." Uriah left the palace and the king had a portion from his table sent to him. (2 Samuel 11, 8)


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