Löydetty 346 Tulokset: Saul

  • And he had a son called Saul, an elect and good man. And there was not a man among the sons of Israel better than he was. For he stood head and shoulders above all the people. (1 Samuel 9, 2)

  • Now the donkeys of Kish, the father of Saul, had become lost. And Kish said to his son Saul, “Take with you one of the servants, and rising up, go out and seek the donkeys.” And when they had passed through mount Ephraim, (1 Samuel 9, 3)

  • And when they had arrived in the land of Zuph, Saul said to the servant who was with him, “Come, and let us return, otherwise perhaps my father may forget the donkeys, and become anxious over us.” (1 Samuel 9, 5)

  • And Saul said to his servant: “Behold, let us go. But what will we bring to the man of God? The bread in our sacks has run out. And we have no small gift that we might give to the man of God, nor anything at all.” (1 Samuel 9, 7)

  • The servant again responded to Saul, and he said: “Behold, there is found in my hand a coin of the fourth part of a stater. Let us give it to the man of God, so that he may reveal to us our way.” (1 Samuel 9, 8)

  • And Saul said to his servant: “Your word is very good. Come, let us go.” And they went into the city, where the man of God was. (1 Samuel 9, 10)

  • Now the Lord had revealed to the ear of Samuel, one day before Saul had arrived, saying: (1 Samuel 9, 15)

  • And when Samuel had caught sight of Saul, the Lord said to him: “Behold, the man about whom I spoke to you. This one shall rule over my people.” (1 Samuel 9, 17)

  • Then Saul drew near to Samuel, at the middle of the gate, and he said, “Tell me, I beg you: where is the house of the seer?” (1 Samuel 9, 18)

  • And Samuel responded to Saul, saying: “I am the seer. Ascend before me to the high place, so that you may eat with me today. And I will send you away in the morning. And I shall reveal to you everything that is in your heart. (1 Samuel 9, 19)

  • And responding, Saul said: “Am I not a son of Benjamin, the least tribe of Israel, and are not my kindred the last among all the families from the tribe of Benjamin? So then, why would you speak this word to me?” (1 Samuel 9, 21)

  • And so Samuel, taking Saul and his servant, brought them into the dining room, and he gave them a place at the head of those who had been invited. For there were about thirty men. (1 Samuel 9, 22)


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