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  • Uriah replied, "The Ark and the armies of Israel and Judah are living in tents,* and Joab and his officers are camping in the open fields. How could I go home to wine and dine and sleep with my wife? I swear that I will never be guilty of acting like that."1 - 2 Samuel 11:11


  • And Uriah was killed along with several other Israelite soldiers. - 2 Samuel 11:17


  • Then Nathan said to David, "You are that man! The LORD, the God of Israel, says, `I anointed you king of Israel and saved you from the power of Saul. - 2 Samuel 12:7


  • I gave you his house and his wives and the kingdoms of Israel and Judah. And if that had not been enough, I would have given you much, much more. - 2 Samuel 12:8


  • You did it secretly, but I will do this to you openly in the sight of all Israel.' " - 2 Samuel 12:12


  • Meanwhile, Joab and the Israelite army were successfully ending their siege of Rabbah, the capital of Ammon. - 2 Samuel 12:26


  • "No, my brother!" she cried. "Don't be foolish! Don't do this to me! You know what a serious crime it is to do such a thing in Israel. - 2 Samuel 13:12


  • Where could I go in my shame? And you would be called one of the greatest fools in Israel. Please, just speak to the king about it, and he will let you marry me." - 2 Samuel 13:13


  • Now no one in Israel was as handsome as Absalom. From head to foot, he was the perfect specimen of a man. - 2 Samuel 14:25


  • So in this way, Absalom stole the hearts of all the people of Israel. - 2 Samuel 15:6


  • 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


  • A messenger soon arrived in Jerusalem to tell King David, "All Israel has joined Absalom in a conspiracy against you!" - 2 Samuel 15:13


  • Then the king turned to Ittai, the captain of the Gittites, and asked, "Why are you coming with us? Go on back with your men to King Absalom, for you are a guest in Israel, a foreigner in exile. - 2 Samuel 15:19


  • "I'm here because I work for the man who is chosen by the LORD and by Israel," Hushai replied. - 2 Samuel 16:18


  • Ahithophel told him, "Go and sleep with your father's concubines, for he has left them here to keep the house. Then all Israel will know that you have insulted him beyond hope of reconciliation, and they will give you their support." - 2 Samuel 16:21


  • This plan seemed good to Absalom and to all the other leaders of Israel. - 2 Samuel 17:4


  • Then even the bravest of them, though they have the heart of a lion, will be paralyzed with fear. For all Israel knows what a mighty man your father is and how courageous his warriors are. - 2 Samuel 17:10
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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