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  • Speaking to Ahimelech the Hittite and Abishai son of Zeruiah and brother of Joab, David said, 'Who will come down with me to the camp, to Saul?' Abishai answered, 'I will go down with you.' (1 Samuel 26, 6)




  • Joab son of Zeruiah, with David's retainers, also took the field, encountering them at the pool of Gibeon. There they halted, one party on one side of the pool, and the other opposite. (2 Samuel 2, 13)

  • Abner then said to Joab, 'Let the men come forward and fight it out between us!' Joab replied, 'Let them come forward.' (2 Samuel 2, 14)

  • The three sons of Zeruiah were there, Joab, Abishai, and Asahel. Now Asahel could run like a wild gazelle. (2 Samuel 2, 18)

  • Again Abner spoke to Asahel, 'Stop following me, unless you want me to strike you to the ground; and then how could I look your brother Joab in the face?' (2 Samuel 2, 22)

  • Joab and Abishai took up the pursuit of Abner and at sunset reached the Hill of Ammah, which is to the east of Giah on the road through the desert of Gibeon. (2 Samuel 2, 24)

  • Abner called out to Joab, 'Is the sword to go on devouring for ever? Surely you see that this can only end in bitterness? How long will it be before you order those people to stop pursuing their brothers?' (2 Samuel 2, 26)




  • Joab replied, 'As Yahweh lives, if you had not spoken, these men would not have given up the pursuit of their brothers until morning.' (2 Samuel 2, 27)

  • Joab then sounded the trumpet and all the troops halted; they pursued Israel no further and fought no more. (2 Samuel 2, 28)

  • Joab, having stopped pursuing Abner, mustered the whole contingent; David's retainers had lost nineteen men in addition to Asahel, (2 Samuel 2, 30)

  • They took up Asahel and buried him in his father's tomb, which is at Bethlehem. Joab and his men then marched throughout the night, reaching Hebron at daybreak. (2 Samuel 2, 32)

  • David's retainers were just then coming back with Joab from a raid, bringing a great quantity of booty with them. Abner was no longer with David at Hebron, since David had allowed him to go, and he had gone unmolested. (2 Samuel 3, 22)




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