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  • "Then we must flee at once, or it will be too late!" David urged his men. "Hurry! If we get out of the city before he arrives, both we and the city of Jerusalem will be spared from disaster." - 2 Samuel 15:14

  • I will stop at the shallows of the Jordan River* and wait there for a message from you. Let me know what happens in Jerusalem before I disappear into the wilderness."1 - 2 Samuel 15:28

  • Return to Jerusalem and tell Absalom, `I will now be your adviser, just as I was your father's adviser in the past.' Then you can frustrate and counter Ahithophel's advice. - 2 Samuel 15:34

  • So David's friend Hushai returned to Jerusalem, getting there just as Absalom arrived. - 2 Samuel 15:37

  • "And where is Mephibosheth?" the king asked him. "He stayed in Jerusalem," Ziba replied. "He said, `Today I will get back the kingdom of my grandfather Saul.' " - 2 Samuel 16:3

  • Meanwhile, Absalom and his men arrived at Jerusalem, accompanied by Ahithophel. - 2 Samuel 16:15

  • When Absalom's men arrived, they asked her, "Have you seen Ahimaaz and Jonathan?" She replied, "They were here, but they crossed the brook." Absalom's men looked for them without success and returned to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 17:20

  • So the king started back to Jerusalem. And when he arrived at the Jordan River, the people of Judah came to Gilgal to meet him and escort him across the river. - 2 Samuel 19:15

  • "My lord the king, please forgive me," he pleaded. "Forget the terrible thing I did when you left Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 19:19

  • Now Mephibosheth,* Saul's grandson, arrived from Jerusalem to meet the king. He had not washed his feet or clothes nor trimmed his beard since the day the king left Jerusalem.2 - 2 Samuel 19:24

  • "Come across with me and live in Jerusalem," the king said to Barzillai. "I will take care of you there." - 2 Samuel 19:33

  • So the men of Israel deserted David and followed Sheba. But the men of Judah stayed with their king and escorted him from the Jordan River to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 20:2

  • When the king arrived at his palace in Jerusalem, he instructed that the ten concubines he had left to keep house should be placed in seclusion. Their needs were to be cared for, he said, but he would no longer sleep with them. So each of them lived like a widow until she died. - 2 Samuel 20:3

  • Then the woman went to the people with her wise advice, and they cut off Sheba's head and threw it out to Joab. So he blew the trumpet and called his troops back from the attack, and they all returned to their homes. Joab returned to the king at Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 20:22

  • Having gone through the entire land, they completed their task in nine months and twenty days and then returned to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 24:8

  • But as the death angel was preparing to destroy Jerusalem, the LORD relented and said to the angel, "Stop! That is enough!" At that moment the angel of the LORD was by the threshing floor of Araunah the Jebusite. - 2 Samuel 24:16

  • And all the people returned with Solomon to Jerusalem, playing flutes and shouting for joy. The celebration was so joyous and noisy that the earth shook with the sound. - 1 Kings 1:40
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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