Hebron

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  • These were the sons who were born to David in Hebron: The oldest was Amnon, whose mother was Ahinoam of Jezreel. - 2 Samuel 3:2


  • The sixth was Ithream, whose mother was David's wife Eglah. These sons were all born to David in Hebron. - 2 Samuel 3:5


  • Abner also spoke with the leaders of the tribe of Benjamin. Then he went to Hebron to tell David that all the people of Israel and Benjamin supported him. - 2 Samuel 3:19


  • When Abner came to Hebron with his twenty men, David entertained them with a great feast. - 2 Samuel 3:20


  • When Abner arrived at Hebron, Joab took him aside at the gateway as if to speak with him privately. But then he drew his dagger and killed Abner in revenge for killing his brother Asahel. - 2 Samuel 3:27


  • They buried Abner in Hebron, and the king and all the people wept at his graveside. - 2 Samuel 3:32


  • When Ishbosheth* heard about Abner's death at Hebron, he lost all courage, and his people were paralyzed with fear.1 - 2 Samuel 4:1


  • 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 David ordered his young men to kill them, and they did. They cut off their hands and feet and hung their bodies beside the pool in Hebron. Then they took Ishbosheth's head and buried it in Abner's tomb in Hebron. - 2 Samuel 4:12


  • Then all the tribes of Israel went to David at Hebron and told him, "We are all members of your family. - 2 Samuel 5:1


  • So there at Hebron, David made a covenant with the leaders of Israel before the LORD. And they anointed him king of Israel. - 2 Samuel 5:3


  • He had reigned over Judah from Hebron for seven years and six months, and from Jerusalem he reigned over all Israel and Judah for thirty-three years. - 2 Samuel 5:5


  • After moving from Hebron to Jerusalem, David married more wives and concubines, and he had many sons and daughters. - 2 Samuel 5:13


  • After four years,* Absalom said to the king, "Let me go to Hebron to offer a sacrifice to the LORD in fulfillment of a vow I made to him.1 - 2 Samuel 15:7


  • For while I was at Geshur, I promised to sacrifice to him in Hebron if he would bring me back to Jerusalem." - 2 Samuel 15:8


  • "All right," the king told him. "Go and fulfill your vow." So Absalom went to Hebron. - 2 Samuel 15:9


  • But while he was there, he sent secret messengers to every part of Israel to stir up a rebellion against the king. "As soon as you hear the trumpets," his message read, "you will know that Absalom has been crowned king in Hebron." - 2 Samuel 15:10
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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