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  • The Egyptian left all he had to the care of Joseph and, with Joseph fully in charge, he concerned himself with nothing except the food that he ate. Now Joseph was a handsome man and well-built. (Genesis 39, 6)

  • Kish had a son named Saul, a handsome young man who had no equal among the Israelites, for he was a head taller than any of them. (1 Samuel 9, 2)

  • So Jesse sent for his youngest son and brought him to Samuel. He was a handsome lad with ruddy complexion and beautiful eyes. And Yahweh spoke, "Go, anoint him for he is the one." (1 Samuel 16, 12)

  • When he saw that David was only a lad, (he was of fresh complexion and handsome) he despised him (1 Samuel 17, 42)

  • In all Israel, there was no one as praised for his handsome appearance as Absalom, from the sole of his feet to the crown of his head he was without defect. (2 Samuel 14, 25)

  • He slew a handsome Egyptian who held a spear. Benaiah went against him with a staff, snatched the spear from the Egyptian's hand and killed him with his own spear. (2 Samuel 23, 21)

  • His father had never interfered by questioning his conduct, "Why have you done this or that?" He was a very handsome man born of Haggith after Absalom. (1 Kings 1, 6)

  • How handsome you are, my love, how handsome! Our bed is ever green! (Song of Solomon 1, 16)

  • Do not praise a man because he is handsome and do not hold a man in contempt because of his appearance. (Ecclesiasticus 11, 2)

  • Babylonians and Chaldeans, men of Pekod, Shoa and Koa and all the Assyrians with them, handsome young men, governors, commanders, cavalry officers, titled people, all riding horses. (Ezekiel 23, 23)

  • young men without physical defect, handsome, intelligent and wise, well-informed, quick to learn and understand, and suitable for service in the king's palace. They were to be taught the language and literature of the Chaldeans. (Daniel 1, 4)

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