Löydetty 969 Tulokset: David

  • And Saul said to David: “Behold, my elder daughter, Merab. I will give her to you as wife. Only be a valiant man, and fight the wars of the Lord.” Now Saul was considering within himself, saying, “Let not my hand be upon him, but let the hands of the Philistines be upon him.” (1 Samuel 18, 17)

  • Then David said to Saul, “Who am I, and what is my life, and what is my father’s kinship within Israel, that I should be the son-in-law of the king?” (1 Samuel 18, 18)

  • Then it happened that, at the time when Merab, the daughter of Saul, was to be given to David, she was given to Adriel, the Meholathite, as wife. (1 Samuel 18, 19)

  • Now Michal, the other daughter of Saul, loved David. And this was reported to Saul, and it pleased him. (1 Samuel 18, 20)

  • And Saul said, “I will give her to him, so that she may be a stumbling block to him, and so that the hand of the Philistines may be upon him.” And Saul said to David, “In two things, you shall be my son-in-law today.” (1 Samuel 18, 21)

  • And Saul commanded his servants to speak to David privately, saying: “Behold, you are pleasing to the king, and all his servants love you. Now therefore, be the son-in-law of the king.” (1 Samuel 18, 22)

  • And the servants of Saul spoke all these words to the ears of David. And David said: “Does it seem a small matter to you, to be the son-in-law of the king? I am but a poor and unimportant man.” (1 Samuel 18, 23)

  • And the servants reported to Saul, saying, “David has spoken words in this manner.” (1 Samuel 18, 24)

  • Then Saul said, “Speak in this way to David: The king does not have need of any dowry, but only one hundred foreskins from the Philistine men, so that he may be vindicated from the enemies of the king.” So did Saul think to deliver David into the hands of the Philistines. (1 Samuel 18, 25)

  • And when his servants had repeated to David the words that Saul had spoken, the word was pleasing in the eyes of David, so that he would become son-in-law of the king. (1 Samuel 18, 26)

  • And after a few days, David, rising up, went with the men who were under him, and he struck down two hundred men of the Philistines. And he brought their foreskins, and he counted them out for the king, so that he might be his son-in-law. And so, Saul gave to him his daughter Michal as wife. (1 Samuel 18, 27)

  • And Saul saw and understood that the Lord was with David. And Michal, the daughter of Saul, loved him. (1 Samuel 18, 28)


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