Trouvé 900 Résultats pour: Jerusalem

  • At the turn of the year, the time when kings go to war, Joab set out with the army to invade the land of the Ammonites and went to lay siege to Rabbah. David, however, remained in Jerusalem. Joab attacked Rabbah and destroyed it. (1 Chronicles 20, 1)

  • He brought away its population and set them to work with saws, iron picks and axes. David treated all the Ammonite towns in the same way. Then David and the whole army returned to Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 20, 3)

  • But the king enforced his order on Joab, and Joab went away, traveling through the whole country of Israel before he returned to Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 21, 4)

  • God sent the angel to Jerusalem to destroy it, but as he was about to destroy it, Yahweh looked and changed his mind; and he said to the destroying angel, "Enough! Now withdraw your hand." The angel of Yahweh was standing beside the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. (1 Chronicles 21, 15)

  • David saw the angel of Yahweh standing between the heavens and earth with a naked sword in his hand, ready to destroy Jerusalem. Then David and the elders, clothed in sackcloth, fell on their faces. (1 Chronicles 21, 16)

  • For David had said, "Yahweh, the God of Israel, has given peace to his people, and he dwells in Jerusalem forever. (1 Chronicles 23, 25)

  • David held a meeting in Jerusalem of all the officials of Israel, the overseers for the tribes, and the officials in the royal service, the commanders of thousands, the commanders of hundreds, the overseers for all the property and livestock of the king and his sons, together with the palace officials, leading soldiers, and important men. (1 Chronicles 28, 1)

  • His reign over Israel had lasted forty years; he had reigned in Hebron for seven years, and in Jerusalem for thirty-three. (1 Chronicles 29, 27)

  • David, however, had brought the ark of God from Kiriath-jearim to the place he had prepared for it, having set up a tent for it in Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 1, 4)

  • Solomon left the High place and the Tent of Meeting at Gibeon and returned to Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 1, 13)

  • Solomon built up a force of chariots and horses; he had one thousand four hundred chariots and twelve thousand horses; these he stationed in the chariot towns and with the king in Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 1, 14)

  • During his reign, silver and gold became as common in Jerusalem as stone, while cedar wood was as plentiful as the ordinary sycamore trees in the foothills of Judah. (2 Chronicles 1, 15)


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