Löydetty 200 Tulokset: battle

  • And so, on the day of battle, the Israelites had neither sword nor spear. Only Saul and Jonathan had them. (1 Samuel 13, 22)

  • And so Yahweh delivered Israel that day in a battle that extended beyond Beth-horon. (1 Samuel 14, 23)

  • Then he sent you with this command, 'Go. Completely crush the Amalekite offenders, engaging them in battle until they are destroyed.' (1 Samuel 15, 18)

  • The Philistines prepared their forces for battle and gathered together at Socoh, a territory of Judah. They encamped between Socoh and Azekah in Ephesdammim. (1 Samuel 17, 1)

  • He stood in front of the Israelite ranks and shouted, "Why have you come out in battle array? I am a Philistine and you are Saul's men! Choose a man from among yourselves who can challenge me. (1 Samuel 17, 8)

  • Three of his eldest sons had joined Saul in battle: Eliab, the firstborn, Abinadab, the second and Shammah, the third. (1 Samuel 17, 13)

  • David woke up early the next morning and entrusted the sheep to a shepherd. Taking the food along with him, he left in obedience to Jesse's command and arrived at the encampment just when the army was leaving for the battleground, shouting out their battle cry. (1 Samuel 17, 20)

  • When he saw David talking to the men, his eldest brother Eliab was angry and said, "Why did you come here? With whom did you leave those few sheep in the desert? I know you are an insolent fellow. You have come only to see the battle." (1 Samuel 17, 28)

  • David said to Saul, "Let no one be discouraged on account of this Philistine, for your servant will engage him in battle." (1 Samuel 17, 32)

  • All the people gathered here shall know that Yahweh saves not by sword or spear; the battle belongs to Yahweh, and he will deliver you into our hands." (1 Samuel 17, 47)

  • The men of Israel and Judah raised the battle cry and pursued the Philistines as far as Gath and the gates of Ekron. Wounded Philistines fell on the way from Shaaraim to Gath and Ekron. (1 Samuel 17, 52)

  • Whenever the Philistine chiefs engaged David in battle, he succeeded more than any of Saul's officers, in earning great fame for himself. (1 Samuel 18, 30)


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