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  • When Abigail saw David, she quickly got off her donkey and bowed low before him. - 1 Samuel 25:23

  • Quickly getting ready, she took along five of her servant girls as attendants, mounted her donkey, and went with David's messengers. And so she became his wife. - 1 Samuel 25:42

  • David didn't leave one person alive in the villages he attacked. He took the sheep, cattle, donkeys, camels, and clothing before returning home to see King Achish. - 1 Samuel 27:9

  • David was just past the top of the hill when Ziba, the servant of Mephibosheth,* caught up with him. He was leading two donkeys loaded with two hundred loaves of bread, one hundred clusters of raisins, one hundred bunches of summer fruit, and a skin of wine.1 - 2 Samuel 16:1

  • "What are these for?" the king asked Ziba. And Ziba replied, "The donkeys are for your people to ride on, and the bread and summer fruit are for the young men to eat. The wine is to be taken with you into the wilderness for those who become faint." - 2 Samuel 16:2

  • Meanwhile, Ahithophel was publicly disgraced when Absalom refused his advice. So he saddled his donkey, went to his hometown, set his affairs in order, and hanged himself. He died there and was buried beside his father. - 2 Samuel 17:23

  • Mephibosheth replied, "My lord the king, my servant Ziba deceived me. I told him, `Saddle my donkey so that I can go with the king.' For as you know I am crippled. - 2 Samuel 19:26

  • he saddled his donkey and went to Gath to search for them. When he had found them, he took them back to Jerusalem. - 1 Kings 2:40

  • "Quick, saddle the donkey," the old man said. And when they had saddled the donkey for him, - 1 Kings 13:13

  • Now after the man of God had finished eating and drinking, the prophet saddled his own donkey for him, - 1 Kings 13:23

  • and the man of God started off again. But as he was traveling along, a lion came out and killed him. His body lay there on the road, with the donkey and the lion standing beside it. - 1 Kings 13:24

  • Then the prophet said to his sons, "Saddle a donkey for me." So they saddled a donkey, - 1 Kings 13:27

  • and he went out and found the body lying in the road. The donkey and lion were still standing there beside it, for the lion had not eaten the body nor attacked the donkey. - 1 Kings 13:28

  • So the prophet laid the body of the man of God on the donkey and took it back to the city to mourn over him and bury him. - 1 Kings 13:29

  • She sent a message to her husband: "Send one of the servants and a donkey so that I can hurry to the man of God and come right back." - 2 Kings 4:22

  • So she saddled the donkey and said to the servant, "Hurry! Don't slow down on my account unless I tell you to." - 2 Kings 4:24

  • As a result there was a great famine in the city. After a while even a donkey's head sold for two pounds of silver, and a cup of dove's dung cost about two ounces* of silver.1 - 2 Kings 6:25
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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