Löydetty 41 Tulokset: Nathan

  • But Sadoc the priest, and Banaias the son of Joiada, and Nathan the prophet, and Semei, and Rei, and the strength of David's army was not with Adonias. (1 Kings 1, 8)

  • But Nathan the prophet, and Banaias, and all the valiant men, and Solomon his brother, he invited not. (1 Kings 1, 10)

  • And Nathan said to Bethsabee the mother of Solomon: Hast thou not heard that Adonias the son of Haggith reigneth, and our lord David knoweth it not? (1 Kings 1, 11)

  • As she was yet speaking with the king, Nathan the prophet came. (1 Kings 1, 22)

  • And they told the king, saying: Nathan the prophet is here. And when he was come in before the king, and had worshipped, bowing down to the ground, (1 Kings 1, 23)

  • Nathan said: My lord O king, hast thou said: Let Adonias reign after me, and let him sit upon my throne? (1 Kings 1, 24)

  • King David also said: Call me Sadoc the priest, and Nathan the prophet, and Banaias the son of Joiada. And when they were come in before the king, (1 Kings 1, 32)

  • And let Sadoc the priest, and Nathan the prophet anoint him there king over Israel: and you shall sound the trumpet, and shall say: God save king Solomon. (1 Kings 1, 34)

  • So Sadoc the priest, and Nathan the prophet went down, and Banaias the son of Joiada, and the Cerethi, and Phelethi: and they set Solomon upon the mule of king David, and brought him to Gihon. (1 Kings 1, 38)

  • And hath sent with him Sadoc the priest, and Nathan the prophet, and Banaias the son of Joiada, and the Cerethi, and Phelethi, and they have set him upon the king's mule. (1 Kings 1, 44)

  • And Sadoc the priest, and Nathan the prophet have anointed him king in Gihon: and they are gone up from thence rejoicing, so that the city rang again: this is the noise that you have heard. (1 Kings 1, 45)

  • Azarias the son of Nathan, over them that were about the king: Zabud, the son of Nathan the priest, the king's friend: (1 Kings 4, 5)


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