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  • I will look for thy salvation, 0 Lord. (Genesis 49, 18)

  • The Lord is my strength and my praise, and he is become salvation to me: he is my God and I will glorify him: the God of my father, and I will exalt him. (Exodus 15, 2)

  • My heart hath rejoiced in the Lord, and my horn is exalted in my God: my mouth is enlarged over my enemies: because I have joyed in thy salvation. (1 Samuel 2, 1)

  • And Saul said: No man shall be killed this day, because the Lord this day hath wrought salvation in Israel: (1 Samuel 11, 13)

  • And the people said to Saul: Shall Jonathan then die, who hath wrought this great salvation in Israel? This must not be. As the Lord liveth, there shall not one hair of his head fall to the ground, for he hath wrought with God this day. So the people delivered Jonathan, that he should not die. (1 Samuel 14, 45)

  • And he put his life in his hand, and slew the Philistine, and the Lord wrought great salvation for all Israel. Thou sawest it and didst rejoice. Why therefore wilt thou sin against innocent blood by killing David, who is without fault? (1 Samuel 19, 5)

  • God is my strong one, in him will I trust: my shield, and the horn of my salvation: he lifteth me up, and is my refuge: my saviour, thou wilt deliver me from iniquity. (2 Samuel 22, 3)

  • Thou hast given me the shield of my salvation: and thy mildness hath multiplied me. (2 Samuel 22, 36)

  • The Lord liveth, and my God is blessed: and the strong God of my salvation shall be exalted: (2 Samuel 22, 47)

  • Giving great salvation to his king, and shewing mercy to David his anointed, and to his seed for ever. (2 Samuel 22, 51)

  • Neither is my house so great with God, that he should make with me an eternal covenant, firm in all things and assured. For he is all my salvation, and all my will: neither is there ought thereof that springeth not up. (2 Samuel 23, 5)

  • Sing ye to the Lord, all the earth: shew forth from day to day his salvation. (1 Chronicles 16, 23)


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