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  • So the king sent another captain with fifty men. The captain said to him, "Man of God, the king says that you must come down right away." - 2 Kings 1:11


  • Once more the king sent a captain with fifty men. But this time the captain fell to his knees before Elijah. He pleaded with him, "O man of God, please spare my life and the lives of these, your fifty servants. - 2 Kings 1:13


  • On August 14 of that year,* which was the nineteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar's reign, Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, an official of the Babylonian king, arrived in Jerusalem.4 - 2 Kings 25:8


  • Then the captain of the guard supervised the entire Babylonian* army as they tore down the walls of Jerusalem.5 - 2 Kings 25:10


  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, then took as exiles those who remained in the city, along with the rest of the people and the troops who had declared their allegiance to the king of Babylon. - 2 Kings 25:11


  • But the captain of the guard allowed some of the poorest people to stay behind in Judah to care for the vineyards and fields. - 2 Kings 25:12


  • Nebuzaradan, captain of the guard, also took the firepans and basins, and all the other utensils made of pure gold or silver. - 2 Kings 25:15


  • The captain of the guard took with him as prisoners Seraiah the chief priest, his assistant Zephaniah, and the three chief gatekeepers. - 2 Kings 25:18


  • David consulted with all his officials, including the generals and captains of his army. - 1 Chronicles 13:1


  • Benaiah son of Jehoiada was captain of the king's bodyguard.* David's sons served as the king's chief assistants.6 - 1 Chronicles 18:17


  • Shelomoth and his relatives were in charge of the treasuries that held all the things dedicated to the LORD by King David, the family leaders, and the generals and captains and other officers of the army. - 1 Chronicles 26:26


  • This is the list of Israelite generals and captains, and their officers, who served the king by supervising the army divisions that were on duty each month of the year. Each division served for one month and had twenty-four thousand troops. - 1 Chronicles 27:1


  • David summoned all his officials to Jerusalem--the leaders of the tribes, the commanders of the twelve army divisions, the other generals and captains, the overseers of the royal property and livestock, the palace officials, the mighty men, and all the other warriors in the kingdom. - 1 Chronicles 28:1


  • Then the family leaders, the leaders of the tribes of Israel, the generals and captains of the army, and the king's administrative officers all gave willingly. - 1 Chronicles 29:6


  • He called together all Israel--the generals and captains of the army, the judges, and all the political and clan leaders. - 2 Chronicles 1:2


  • King Rehoboam later replaced them with bronze shields and entrusted them to the care of the captain of his bodyguard. - 2 Chronicles 12:10


  • It snorts at the sound of the bugle. It senses the battle even at a distance. It quivers at the noise of battle and the shout of the captain's commands. - Job 39:25
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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