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  • For the LORD had made a covenant with the descendants of Jacob and commanded them: "Do not worship any other gods or bow before them or serve them or offer sacrifices to them. - 2 Kings 17:35

  • Do not forget the covenant I made with you, and do not worship other gods. - 2 Kings 17:38

  • For they had refused to listen to the LORD their God. Instead, they had violated his covenant--all the laws the LORD had given through his servant Moses. - 2 Kings 18:12

  • And the king went up to the Temple of the LORD with all the people of Judah and Jerusalem, and the priests, and the prophets--all the people from the least to the greatest. There the king read to them the entire Book of the Covenant that had been found in the LORD's Temple. - 2 Kings 23:2

  • The king took his place of authority beside the pillar and renewed the covenant in the LORD's presence. He pledged to obey the LORD by keeping all his commands, regulations, and laws with all his heart and soul. In this way, he confirmed all the terms of the covenant that were written in the scroll, and all the people pledged themselves to the covenant. - 2 Kings 23:3

  • King Josiah then issued this order to all the people: "You must celebrate the Passover to the LORD your God, as it is written in the Book of the Covenant." - 2 Kings 23:21

  • But they were unfaithful and violated their covenant with the God of their ancestors. They worshiped the gods of the nations that God had destroyed. - 1 Chronicles 5:25

  • So there at Hebron David made a covenant with the leaders of Israel before the LORD. They anointed him king of Israel, just as the LORD had promised through Samuel. - 1 Chronicles 11:3

  • Then David and the leaders of Israel and the generals of the army went to the home of Obed-edom to bring the Ark of the LORD's covenant up to Jerusalem with a great celebration. - 1 Chronicles 15:25

  • And because God was clearly helping the Levites as they carried the Ark of the LORD's covenant, they sacrificed seven bulls and seven lambs. - 1 Chronicles 15:26

  • So all Israel brought up the Ark of the LORD's covenant to Jerusalem with shouts of joy, the blowing of horns and trumpets, the crashing of cymbals, and loud playing on harps and lyres. - 1 Chronicles 15:28

  • But as the Ark of the LORD's covenant entered the City of David, Michal, the daughter of Saul, looked down from her window. When she saw King David dancing and leaping for joy, she was filled with contempt for him. - 1 Chronicles 15:29

  • The priests, Benaiah and Jahaziel, played the trumpets regularly before the Ark of God's covenant. - 1 Chronicles 16:6

  • He always stands by his covenant*-- the commitment he made to a thousand generations.2 - 1 Chronicles 16:15

  • This is the covenant he made with Abraham and the oath he swore to Isaac. - 1 Chronicles 16:16

  • David arranged for Asaph and his fellow Levites to minister regularly before the Ark of the LORD's covenant, doing whatever needed to be done each day. - 1 Chronicles 16:37

  • Now when David was settled in his palace, he said to Nathan the prophet, "Here I am living in this beautiful cedar palace, but the Ark of the LORD's covenant is out in a tent!" - 1 Chronicles 17:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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