Messenger

Messenger

 
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  • they sent messengers to the king of Edom asking for permission to pass through his land. But their request was denied. Then they asked the king of Moab for similar permission, but he wouldn't let them pass through either. So the people of Israel stayed in Kadesh. - Judges 11:17


  • "Then Israel sent messengers to King Sihon of the Amorites, who ruled from Heshbon, asking for permission to cross through his land to get to their destination. - Judges 11:19


  • Eli was waiting beside the road to hear the news of the battle, for his heart trembled for the safety of the Ark of God. When the messenger arrived and told what had happened, an outcry resounded throughout the town. - 1 Samuel 4:13


  • "What is all the noise about?" Eli asked. The messenger rushed over to Eli, - 1 Samuel 4:14


  • "Israel has been defeated," the messenger replied. "Thousands of Israelite troops are dead on the battlefield. Your two sons, Hophni and Phinehas, were killed, too. And the Ark of God has been captured." - 1 Samuel 4:17


  • When the messenger mentioned what had happened to the Ark, Eli fell backward from his seat beside the gate. He broke his neck and died, for he was old and very fat. He had led Israel for forty years. - 1 Samuel 4:18


  • So they sent messengers to the people at Kiriath-jearim and told them, "The Philistines have returned the Ark of the LORD. Please come here and get it!" - 1 Samuel 6:21


  • "Give us seven days to send messengers throughout Israel!" replied the leaders of Jabesh. "If none of our relatives will come to save us, we will agree to your terms." - 1 Samuel 11:3


  • When the messengers came to Gibeah, Saul's hometown, and told the people about their plight, everyone broke into tears. - 1 Samuel 11:4


  • He took two oxen and cut them into pieces and sent the messengers to carry them throughout Israel with this message: "This is what will happen to the oxen of anyone who refuses to follow Saul and Samuel into battle!" And the LORD made the people afraid of Saul's anger, and all of them came out together as one. - 1 Samuel 11:7


  • So Saul sent the messengers back to Jabesh-gilead to say, "We will rescue you by noontime tomorrow!" What joy there was throughout the city when that message arrived! - 1 Samuel 11:9


  • So Saul sent messengers to Jesse to say, "Send me your son David, the shepherd." - 1 Samuel 16:19


  • So David's messengers returned and told him what Nabal had said. - 1 Samuel 25:12


  • I know Nabal is a wicked and ill-tempered man; please don't pay any attention to him. He is a fool, just as his name suggests.* But I never even saw the messengers you sent.3 - 1 Samuel 25:25


  • When David heard that Nabal was dead, he said, "Praise the LORD, who has paid back Nabal and kept me from doing it myself. Nabal has received the punishment for his sin." Then David wasted no time in sending messengers to Abigail to ask her to become his wife. - 1 Samuel 25:39


  • When the messengers arrived at Carmel, they told Abigail, "David has sent us to ask if you will marry him." - 1 Samuel 25:40


  • Quickly getting ready, she took along five of her servant girls as attendants, mounted her donkey, and went with David's messengers. And so she became his wife. - 1 Samuel 25:42
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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