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  • Then the Spirit of Yahweh seized him. He went down to Ashkelon, killed thirty men, took their plunder and gave the linen garments to those who had guessed the riddle. Then, in great anger, he came up to his father's house. (Judges 14, 19)

  • When they arrived in Lehi, the Philistines ran to him with shouts of victory. But the Spirit of Yahweh came upon Samson. The ropes that bound him became like linen flax burned in the fire and the knots were loosened from his arms. (Judges 15, 14)

  • Then the Spirit of Yahweh will seize you. You shall prophesy with them and become another man. (1 Samuel 10, 6)

  • Upon entering Gibeah, a band of prophets met Saul; then the Spirit of God seized him and he began to prophesy with them. (1 Samuel 10, 10)

  • At once, the spirit of God seized Saul and he was greatly angered. (1 Samuel 11, 6)

  • Samuel then took the horn of oil and anointed him in his brothers' presence. From that day onwards, Yahweh's Spirit took hold of David. Then Samuel left for Ramah. (1 Samuel 16, 13)

  • The spirit of Yahweh had left Saul and an evil spirit sent by Yahweh tormented him. (1 Samuel 16, 14)

  • Saul's servants said to him, "We know that an evil spirit sent by God is tormenting you. (1 Samuel 16, 15)

  • If you so wish, your servants who stand before you will look for someone who can play the lyre so when the evil spirit from God comes over you, he will play and you will feel better." (1 Samuel 16, 16)

  • So, whenever the evil spirit from God overpowered Saul, David would play on the lyre and Saul would feel better for the evil spirit would leave him. (1 Samuel 16, 23)

  • The following day, an evil spirit from God seized Saul, causing him to rave in his house. David then played on the lyre as he used to do, while Saul had his spear in hand. (1 Samuel 18, 10)

  • Then an evil spirit from Yahweh seized Saul as he sat in his house holding his spear while David was playing on the lyre. (1 Samuel 19, 9)


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