Löydetty 969 Tulokset: David

  • And so, David rose up in the morning, and he commended the flock to the caretaker. And he went away burdened, just as Jesse had instructed him. And he went to the place of the battle line, and to the army, which, in going out to fight, was shouting in the conflict. (1 Samuel 17, 20)

  • Then, leaving the items that he had brought under the hand of the keeper of baggage, David ran to the place of the conflict. And he was asking if all was going well with his brothers. (1 Samuel 17, 22)

  • And while he was still speaking with them, there appeared the man of spurious descent, whose name was Goliath, the Philistine of Gath, ascending from the camp of the Philistines. And he was speaking in these same words, which David heard. (1 Samuel 17, 23)

  • And David spoke to the men who were standing with him, saying: “What will be given to the man who will have struck down this Philistine, and who will have taken away the disgrace from Israel? For who is this uncircumcised Philistine, that he should reproach the soldiers of the living God?” (1 Samuel 17, 26)

  • Now when Eliab, his eldest brother, had heard this, as he was speaking with the others, he became angry against David, and he said: “Why did you come here? And why did you leave behind those few sheep in the wilderness? I know your pride and the wickedness of your heart, that you have come down so that you might see the battle.” (1 Samuel 17, 28)

  • And David said: “What have I done? Is there any word against me?” (1 Samuel 17, 29)

  • Now the words that David had spoken were heard and reported in the sight of Saul. (1 Samuel 17, 31)

  • And Saul said to David: “You are not able to withstand this Philistine, nor to fight against him. For you are a boy, but he has been a warrior from his boyhood.” (1 Samuel 17, 33)

  • And David said to Saul: “Your servant was pasturing the flock of his father. And there approached a lion or a bear, and it took a ram from the midst of the flock. (1 Samuel 17, 34)

  • And David said, “The Lord who rescued me from the hand of the lion, and from the hand of the bear, he himself will free me from the hand of this Philistine.” Then Saul said to David, “Go, and may the Lord be with you.” (1 Samuel 17, 37)

  • And Saul clothed David with his garments. And he placed a helmet of brass upon his head, and he clothed him with a breastplate. (1 Samuel 17, 38)

  • Then David, having girded his sword over his armor, began to see if he could walk in the armor. But he was not accustomed to it. And David said to Saul: “I cannot move about in this way. For I am not used to it.” And he put them aside. (1 Samuel 17, 39)


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