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  • David then led his troops to Jerusalem to fight against the Jebusites. "You'll never get in here," the Jebusites taunted. "Even the blind and lame could keep you out!" For the Jebusites thought they were safe. - 2 Samuel 5:6

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

  • These are the names of David's sons who were born in Jerusalem: Shimea,* Shobab, Nathan, Solomon,3 - 2 Samuel 5:14

  • David brought the gold shields of Hadadezer's officers to Jerusalem, - 2 Samuel 8:7

  • And Mephibosheth, who was crippled in both feet, moved to Jerusalem to live at the palace. - 2 Samuel 9:13

  • And when the Ammonites saw the Arameans running, they ran from Abishai and retreated into the city. After the battle was over, Joab returned to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 10:14

  • The following spring, the time of year when kings go to war, David sent Joab and the Israelite army to destroy the Ammonites. In the process they laid siege to the city of Rabbah. But David stayed behind in Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 11:1

  • "Well, stay here tonight," David told him, "and tomorrow you may return to the army." So Uriah stayed in Jerusalem that day and the next. - 2 Samuel 11:12

  • So the messenger went to Jerusalem and gave a complete report to David. - 2 Samuel 11:22

  • He also made slaves of the people of Rabbah and forced them to labor with saws, picks, and axes, and to work in the brick kilns. That is how he dealt with the people of all the Ammonite cities. Then David and his army returned to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 12:31

  • As they were on the way back to Jerusalem, this report reached David: "Absalom has killed all your sons; not one is left alive!" - 2 Samuel 13:30

  • Meanwhile Absalom escaped. Then the watchman on the Jerusalem wall saw a great crowd coming toward the city from the west. He ran to tell the king, "I see a crowd of people coming from the Horonaim road* along the side of the hill."1 - 2 Samuel 13:34

  • Then Joab went to Geshur and brought Absalom back to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 14:23

  • Absalom lived in Jerusalem for two years without getting to see the king. - 2 Samuel 14:28

  • 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

  • He took two hundred men from Jerusalem with him as guests, but they knew nothing of his intentions. - 2 Samuel 15:11

  • A messenger soon arrived in Jerusalem to tell King David, "All Israel has joined Absalom in a conspiracy against you!" - 2 Samuel 15:13
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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