Löydetty 61 Tulokset: Damascus

  • He grouped his forces against them by night, he and his servants, and routed and followed them to Hobah, north of Damascus. (Genesis 14, 15)

  • Abram said, "My Lord Yahweh, where are your promises? I am still childless and all I have will go to Eliezer of Damascus. (Genesis 15, 2)

  • The Arameans of Damascus came to help Hadadezer, king of Zobah, but David won over twenty-two thousand of their men. (2 Samuel 8, 5)

  • Then David set up governors in Aram of Damascus and the Arameans became David's servants, paying tribute to him. Yahweh made David victorious wherever he went. (2 Samuel 8, 6)

  • Rezon gathered men around him and became the leader of a marauding band. After David fought them and killed some of them, they went to live in Damascus where they made him king. (1 Kings 11, 24)

  • Asa, in the meantime, collecting all the silver and gold remaining in the treasuries of the temple of Yahweh and the royal palace, entrusted them to his servants whom he sent to Ben-hadad, son of Tabrimmon, son of Hezion, king of Syria who reigned in Damascus. (1 Kings 15, 18)

  • Yahweh said to him, "Take the road back through the desert and go to Damascus for you must anoint Hazael as king of Syria; (1 Kings 19, 15)

  • Ben-hadad then said to him, "I will give back the cities which my father took from your father, and you may put up business establishments for yourself in Damascus just as my father did in Samaria." He then made an agreement with Ben-hadad and let him go. (1 Kings 20, 34)

  • Are the rivers of Damascus, Abana and Pharpar not better than all the rivers of the land of Israel? Could I not wash there to be healed?" (2 Kings 5, 12)

  • Elisha went to Damascus. Ben-hadad, the king of Aram, was sick. When he was told that the man of God had come, (2 Kings 8, 7)

  • So Hazael went to see Elisha, taking with him all the best he could find in Damascus, forty camel loads of gifts. When he came before Elisha, he said to him, "Your son, Ben-hadad, the king of Aram, has sent me to ask you: Shall I recover from this sickness?" (2 Kings 8, 9)

  • Now the rest regarding Jeroboam, all that he did and his bravery, how he fought and restored Hamath and Damascus to Israel, is written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Israel. (2 Kings 14, 28)


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