Judah

Judah

 
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  • The Philistines now mustered their army for battle and camped between Socoh in Judah and Azekah at Ephes-dammim. - 1 Samuel 17:1


  • Now David was the son of a man named Jesse, an Ephrathite from Bethlehem in the land of Judah. Jesse was an old man at that time, and he had eight sons in all. - 1 Samuel 17:12


  • But all Israel and Judah loved David because he was so successful at leading his troops into battle. - 1 Samuel 18:16


  • One day the prophet Gad told David, "Leave the stronghold and return to the land of Judah." So David went to the forest of Hereth. - 1 Samuel 22:5


  • The news of his arrival in Judah soon reached Saul. At the time, the king was sitting beneath a tamarisk tree on the hill at Gibeah, holding his spear and surrounded by his officers. - 1 Samuel 22:6


  • But David's men said, "We're afraid even here in Judah. We certainly don't want to go to Keilah to fight the whole Philistine army!" - 1 Samuel 23:3


  • Discover his hiding places, and come back with a more definite report. Then I'll go with you. And if he is in the area at all, I'll track him down, even if I have to search every hiding place in Judah!" - 1 Samuel 23:23


  • So Achish gave him the town of Ziklag (which still belongs to the kings of Judah to this day), - 1 Samuel 27:6


  • "Where did you make your raid today?" Achish would ask. And David would reply, "Against the south of Judah, the Jerahmeelites, and the Kenites." - 1 Samuel 27:10


  • We were on our way back from raiding the Kerethites in the Negev, the territory of Judah, and the land of Caleb, and we had just burned Ziklag." - 1 Samuel 30:14


  • So the Egyptian led them to the Amalekite encampment. When David and his men arrived, the Amalekites were spread out across the fields, eating and drinking and dancing with joy because of the vast amount of plunder they had taken from the Philistines and the land of Judah. - 1 Samuel 30:16


  • When he arrived at Ziklag, David sent part of the plunder to the leaders of Judah, who were his friends. "Here is a present for you, taken from the LORD's enemies," he said. - 1 Samuel 30:26


  • Later he commanded that it be taught to all the people of Judah. It is known as the Song of the Bow, and it is recorded in [The Book of Jashar.]*1 - 2 Samuel 1:18


  • After this, David asked the LORD, "Should I move back to Judah?" And the LORD replied, "Yes." Then David asked, "Which town should I go to?" And the LORD replied, "Hebron." - 2 Samuel 2:1


  • and his men and their families all moved to Judah, and they settled near the town of Hebron. - 2 Samuel 2:3


  • Then Judah's leaders came to David and crowned him king over the tribe of Judah. When David heard that the men of Jabesh-gilead had buried Saul, - 2 Samuel 2:4


  • And now that Saul is dead, I ask you to be my strong and loyal subjects like the people of Judah, who have anointed me as their new king." - 2 Samuel 2:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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