Löydetty 17 Tulokset: Michal

  • The sons of Saul were Jonathan, Ishvi and Malchishua; his two daughters were Merab, his firstborn, and Michal. (1 Samuel 14, 49)

  • Now, Saul's daughter, Michal, fell in love with David. When this came to Saul's knowledge, he was very pleased (1 Samuel 18, 20)

  • David and his men set out and killed two hundred Philistines. And they brought the king the foreskins so that David could become the king's son-in-law. So Saul had to give his daughter Michal to David to become his wife. (1 Samuel 18, 27)

  • Saul feared David for he knew that Yahweh was with him. But Michal, Saul's daughter, loved him. (1 Samuel 18, 28)

  • That night Saul sent messengers to David's house to keep an eye on him as he intended to kill him the following morning. But David's wife, Michal, told him, "If you do not run for your life tonight, tomorrow you will be killed." (1 Samuel 19, 11)

  • So Michal let David down through the window, allowing him to escape. (1 Samuel 19, 12)

  • Next Michal took the household idol, laid it in the bed and put a bundle of goat's hair on its head. She then covered this with a blanket. (1 Samuel 19, 13)

  • When Saul sent messengers to capture David, Michal told them, "He is sick." (1 Samuel 19, 14)

  • Saul, therefore, asked Michal, "Why did you deceive me and allow my enemy to escape?" Michal answered, "He threatened to kill me if I did not let him go!" (1 Samuel 19, 17)

  • Saul, in the meantime, had given Michal, his daughter and David's wife, to Palti, son of Laish who was from Gallim. (1 Samuel 25, 44)

  • David replied, "I will make an agreement with you, but on one condition: you may appear before me when you bring me Saul's daughter, Michal." (2 Samuel 3, 13)

  • Then David sent messengers to Ishbaal, Saul's son, to tell him, "Give me my wife Michal whom I married for the price of a hundred Philistine foreskins." (2 Samuel 3, 14)

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