Löydetty 200 Tulokset: battle

  • He then called on all the people to go down to Keilah and engage David and his men in battle. (1 Samuel 23, 8)

  • As Yahweh lives, only Yahweh may strike him; either he dies on the day appointed or is killed in battle. (1 Samuel 26, 10)

  • In those days, the Philistines mustered their forces to fight against Israel, and Achish told David, "I want you to know that you and your men must join me to fight this battle." (1 Samuel 28, 1)

  • But the Philistine chiefs were angered at this and said to him, "Send that man back! Let him return to the place where you assigned him. He must not go down into battle with us lest during the battle he turn against us. How better could this fellow regain his master's favor than by bringing him the heads of our men? (1 Samuel 29, 4)

  • Achish replied to David, "I myself hold nothing against you, but the Philistine chiefs are determined not to allow you to join us in battle. (1 Samuel 29, 9)

  • Who would agree to what you have said? The share of those who go down to battle and of those who remain with the baggage shall be the same; they shall share alike." (1 Samuel 30, 24)

  • The battle raged around Saul, and he was afraid when he saw that the archers had found him. (1 Samuel 31, 3)

  • David then said, "Tell me what happened." And the man told him, "The soldiers fled from the battle but many of them fell and died. Saul and his son Jonathan - they too are dead." (2 Samuel 1, 4)

  • How the valiant have fallen! In the midst of the battle Jonathan lies slain on your mountains. (2 Samuel 1, 25)

  • After a very fierce battle that day, Abner and the men of Israel were defeated by David's troops. (2 Samuel 2, 17)

  • Joab and his brother Abishai slew Abner because he had killed their brother Asahel in the battle at Gibeon. (2 Samuel 3, 30)

  • The Ammonites came out in battle formation at the entrance gate while the Arameans of Zobah and Rehob and the men of Tob and Maacah grouped separately in the open country. (2 Samuel 10, 8)


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