Löydetty 969 Tulokset: David

  • And again, Saul sent messengers to see David, saying, “Bring him to me on the bed, so that he may be killed.” (1 Samuel 19, 15)

  • Now David was saved by fleeing, and he went to Samuel in Ramah. And he reported to him all that Saul had done to him. And he and Samuel went away and stayed at Naioth. (1 Samuel 19, 18)

  • Then it was reported to Saul by some, saying, “Behold, David is at Naioth, in Ramah.” (1 Samuel 19, 19)

  • Therefore, Saul sent officers to seize David. And when they had seen a company of prophets prophesying, with Samuel presiding over them, the Spirit of the Lord also came to them, and they also began to prophesy. (1 Samuel 19, 20)

  • also went to Ramah himself. And he went as far as the great cistern, which is in Socoh. And he inquired and said, “In which place are Samuel and David?” And it was told to him, “Behold, they are at Naioth, in Ramah.” (1 Samuel 19, 22)

  • Then David fled from Naioth, which is in Ramah, and he went and said before Jonathan: “What have I done? What is my iniquity, or what is my sin, against your father, so that he would seek my life?” (1 Samuel 20, 1)

  • And he swore again to David. And David said: “Your father certainly knows that I have found favor in your sight, and so he will say, ‘Let Jonathan not know this, lest he be saddened.’ So truly, as the Lord lives, and as your soul lives, there is only one step (if I may say it) separating me from death.” (1 Samuel 20, 3)

  • And Jonathan said to David, “Whatever your soul will tell me, I will do for you.” (1 Samuel 20, 4)

  • Then David said to Jonathan: “Behold, tomorrow is the new moon, and I am accustomed to sit in a seat beside the king to eat. Therefore, permit me that I may be hidden in the field, until the evening of the third day. (1 Samuel 20, 5)

  • If your father, looking around, will seek me, you shall respond to him: ‘David asked me if he may hurry to Bethlehem, his own city. For there are solemn sacrifices in that place for all of his tribe together.’ (1 Samuel 20, 6)

  • And David responded to Jonathan, “Who will repeat it to me, if your father may perhaps answer you harshly about me?” (1 Samuel 20, 10)

  • And Jonathan said to David, “Come, and let us go out into the field.” And when they both had gone out into the field, (1 Samuel 20, 11)


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