Search results for: 2 Samuel 16:11-12

  • 2 Samuel 16:12 (NIV)

    It may be that the Lord will look upon my misery and restore to me his covenant blessing instead of his curse today.”

  • 2 Samuel 16:11 (NIV)

    David then said to Abishai and all his officials, “My son, my own flesh and blood, is trying to kill me. How much more, then, this Benjamite! Leave him alone; let him curse, for the Lord has told him to.

  • 2 Samuel 12:16 (NIV)

    David pleaded with God for the child. He fasted and spent the nights lying in sackcloth on the ground.

  • 2 Samuel 11:16 (NIV)

    So while Joab had the city under siege, he put Uriah at a place where he knew the strongest defenders were.

  • 2 Samuel 6:16 (NIV)

    As the ark of the Lord was entering the City of David, Michal daughter of Saul watched from a window. And when she saw King David leaping and dancing before the Lord, she despised him in her heart.

  • 2 Samuel 16:6 (NIV)

    He pelted David and all the king’s officials with stones, though all the troops and the special guard were on David’s right and left.

  • 2 Samuel 11:12 (NIV)

    Then David said to him, “Stay here one more day, and tomorrow I will send you back.” So Uriah remained in Jerusalem that day and the next.

  • 2 Samuel 12:11 (NIV)

    “This is what the Lord says: ‘Out of your own household I am going to bring calamity on you. Before your very eyes I will take your wives and give them to one who is close to you, and he will sleep with your wives in broad daylight.

  • 2 Samuel 6:12 (NIV)

    Now King David was told, “The Lord has blessed the household of Obed-Edom and everything he has, because of the ark of God.” So David went to bring up the ark of God from the house of Obed-Edom to the City of David with rejoicing.

  • 2 Samuel 12:6 (NIV)

    He must pay for that lamb four times over, because he did such a thing and had no pity.”

  • 2 Samuel 6:11 (NIV)

    The ark of the Lord remained in the house of Obed-Edom the Gittite for three months, and the Lord blessed him and his entire household.

  • 2 Samuel 11:6 (NIV)

    So David sent this word to Joab: “Send me Uriah the Hittite.” And Joab sent him to David.

  • 1 Samuel 1:1 (NIV)

    There was a certain man from Ramathaim, a Zuphite from the hill country of Ephraim, whose name was Elkanah son of Jeroham, the son of Elihu, the son of Tohu, the son of Zuph, an Ephraimite.

  • 1 Samuel 1:2 (NIV)

    He had two wives; one was called Hannah and the other Peninnah. Peninnah had children, but Hannah had none.

  • 1 Samuel 1:3 (NIV)

    Year after year this man went up from his town to worship and sacrifice to the Lord Almighty at Shiloh, where Hophni and Phinehas, the two sons of Eli, were priests of the Lord.

  • 1 Samuel 1:4 (NIV)

    Whenever the day came for Elkanah to sacrifice, he would give portions of the meat to his wife Peninnah and to all her sons and daughters.

  • 1 Samuel 1:5 (NIV)

    But to Hannah he gave a double portion because he loved her, and the Lord had closed her womb.

  • 1 Samuel 1:6 (NIV)

    Because the Lord had closed Hannah’s womb, her rival kept provoking her in order to irritate her.

  • 1 Samuel 1:7 (NIV)

    This went on year after year. Whenever Hannah went up to the house of the Lord, her rival provoked her till she wept and would not eat.

  • 1 Samuel 1:8 (NIV)

    Her husband Elkanah would say to her, “Hannah, why are you weeping? Why don’t you eat? Why are you downhearted? Don’t I mean more to you than ten sons?”

  • 1 Samuel 1:9 (NIV)

    Once when they had finished eating and drinking in Shiloh, Hannah stood up. Now Eli the priest was sitting on his chair by the doorpost of the Lord’s house.

  • 1 Samuel 1:10 (NIV)

    In her deep anguish Hannah prayed to the Lord, weeping bitterly.

  • 1 Samuel 1:11 (NIV)

    And she made a vow, saying, “Lord Almighty, if you will only look on your servant’s misery and remember me, and not forget your servant but give her a son, then I will give him to the Lord for all the days of his life, and no razor will ever be used on his head.”

  • 1 Samuel 1:12 (NIV)

    As she kept on praying to the Lord, Eli observed her mouth.

  • 1 Samuel 1:13 (NIV)

    Hannah was praying in her heart, and her lips were moving but her voice was not heard. Eli thought she was drunk