Trouvé 982 Résultats pour: David

  • David got up early in the morning and, leaving the sheep with someone to guard them, took up his load and went off as Jesse had ordered; he reached the encampment just as the troops were leaving to take up battle stations and shouting the war cry. (1 Samuel 17, 20)

  • David left his bundle in charge of the baggage guard and, running to the battle-line, went and asked his brothers how they were. (1 Samuel 17, 22)

  • While he was talking to them, the champion (Goliath, the Philistine from Gath) came up from the Philistine ranks and made his usual speech, which David heard. (1 Samuel 17, 23)

  • David asked the men who were standing near him, 'What would be the reward for killing this Philistine and saving Israel from disgrace? Who is this uncircumcised Philistine, to challenge the armies of the living God?' (1 Samuel 17, 26)

  • His eldest brother Eliab heard David talking to the men and grew angry with him. 'Why have you come down here?' he said. 'Whom have you left in charge of those few sheep in the desert? I know how impudent and artful you are; you have come to watch the battle!' (1 Samuel 17, 28)

  • David retorted, 'What have I done? May I not even speak?' (1 Samuel 17, 29)

  • David's words were noted, however, and reported to Saul, who sent for him. (1 Samuel 17, 31)

  • David said to Saul, 'Let no one be discouraged on his account; your servant will go and fight this Philistine.' (1 Samuel 17, 32)

  • Saul said to David, 'You cannot go and fight the Philistine; you are only a boy and he has been a warrior since his youth.' (1 Samuel 17, 33)

  • David said to Saul, 'Your servant used to look after the sheep for his father and whenever a lion or a bear came and took a sheep from the flock, (1 Samuel 17, 34)

  • 'Yahweh,' David went on, 'who delivered me from the claws of lion and bear, will deliver me from the clutches of this Philistine.' Then Saul said to David, 'Go, and Yahweh be with you!' (1 Samuel 17, 37)

  • Saul dressed David in his own armour; he put a bronze helmet on his head, dressed him in a breastplate (1 Samuel 17, 38)


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