Found 20 Results for: Ishbaal

  • and entered the house while Ishbaal was lying asleep in his bedroom. They struck and killed him, and cut off his head. Then, taking the head, they traveled on the Arabah road all night long. (2 Samuel 4, 7)

  • They brought the head of Ishbaal to David in Hebron and said to the king: "This is the head of Ishbaal, son of your enemy Saul, who sought your life. Thus has the LORD this day avenged my lord the king on Saul and his posterity." (2 Samuel 4, 8)

  • So at a command from David, the young men killed them and cut off their hands and feet, hanging them up near the pool in Hebron. But he took the head of Ishbaal and buried it in Abner's grave in Hebron. (2 Samuel 4, 12)

  • These are the names of David's warriors. Ishbaal, son of Hachamoni, was the first of the Three. It was he who brandished his battle-ax over eight hundred slain in a single encounter. (2 Samuel 23, 8)

  • Here is the list of David's warriors: Ishbaal, the son of Hachamoni, chief of the Three. He brandished his spear against three hundred, whom he slew in a single encounter. (1 Chronicles 11, 11)

  • Elkanah, Isshiah, Azarel, Joezer, and Ishbaal, who were Korahites; (1 Chronicles 12, 7)

  • the thirteenth to Huppah, the fourteenth to Ishbaal, (1 Chronicles 24, 13)

  • Over the first division for the first month was Ishbaal, son of Zabdiel, and in his division were twenty-four thousand men; (1 Chronicles 27, 2)


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