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  • Who else would let his enemy get away when he had him in his power? May the LORD reward you well for the kindness you have shown me today. - 1 Samuel 24:19

  • "God has surely handed your enemy over to you this time!" Abishai whispered to David. "Let me thrust that spear through him. I'll pin him to the ground, and I won't need to strike twice!" - 1 Samuel 26:8

  • But Samuel replied, "Why ask me if the LORD has left you and has become your enemy? - 1 Samuel 28:16

  • But David said, "No, my brothers! Don't be selfish with what the LORD has given us. He has kept us safe and helped us defeat the enemy. - 1 Samuel 30:23

  • The young man answered, "I happened to be on Mount Gilboa. I saw Saul there leaning on his spear with the enemy chariots closing in on him. - 2 Samuel 1:6

  • They arrived at Hebron and presented Ishbosheth's head to David. "Look!" they exclaimed. "Here is the head of Ishbosheth, the son of your enemy Saul who tried to kill you. Today the LORD has given you revenge on Saul and his entire family!" - 2 Samuel 4:8

  • So Joab assigned Uriah to a spot close to the city wall where he knew the enemy's strongest men were fighting. - 2 Samuel 11:16

  • "The enemy came out against us," he said. "And as we chased them back to the city gates, - 2 Samuel 11:23

  • Then Zadok's son Ahimaaz said, "Let me run to the king with the good news that the LORD has saved him from his enemy Absalom." - 2 Samuel 18:19

  • These are the names of David's mightiest men. The first was Jashobeam the Hacmonite,* who was commander of the Three--the three greatest warriors among David's men. He once used his spear to kill eight hundred enemy warriors in a single battle.*1 - 2 Samuel 23:8

  • Abishai son of Zeruiah, the brother of Joab, was the leader of the Thirty.* He once used his spear to kill three hundred enemy warriors in a single battle. It was by such feats that he became as famous as the Three.2 - 2 Samuel 23:18

  • Then the LORD raised up Hadad the Edomite, a member of Edom's royal family, to be an enemy against Solomon. - 1 Kings 11:14

  • God also raised up Rezon son of Eliada to be an enemy against Solomon. Rezon had fled from his master, King Hadadezer of Zobah, - 1 Kings 11:23

  • Rezon was Israel's bitter enemy for the rest of Solomon's reign, and he made trouble, just as Hadad did. Rezon hated Israel intensely and continued to reign in Aram. - 1 Kings 11:25

  • Then a prophet came to see King Ahab and told him, "This is what the LORD says: Do you see all these enemy forces? Today I will hand them all over to you. Then you will know that I am the LORD." - 1 Kings 20:13

  • "So my enemy has found me!" Ahab exclaimed to Elijah. "Yes," Elijah answered, "I have come because you have sold yourself to what is evil in the LORD's sight. - 1 Kings 21:20

  • When the king of Moab saw that he was losing the battle, he led seven hundred of his warriors in a desperate attempt to break through the enemy lines near the king of Edom, but they failed to escape. - 2 Kings 3:26
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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