Messenger

Messenger

 
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  • Now some messengers from Ziph came back to Saul at Gibeah to tell him, "David is hiding on the hill of Hakilah, which overlooks Jeshimon." - 1 Samuel 26:1


  • Then Abner sent messengers to David, saying, "Let's make an agreement, and I will help turn the entire nation of Israel over to you." - 2 Samuel 3:12


  • Joab then left David and sent messengers to catch up with Abner. They found him at the pool of Sirah and brought him back with them. But David knew nothing about it. - 2 Samuel 3:26


  • Then King Hiram of Tyre sent messengers to David, along with carpenters and stonemasons to build him a palace. Hiram also sent many cedar logs for lumber. - 2 Samuel 5:11


  • When David heard what had happened, he sent messengers to tell the men to stay at Jericho until their beards grew out, for they were very embarrassed by their appearance. - 2 Samuel 10:5


  • He told his messenger, "Report all the news of the battle to the king. - 2 Samuel 11:19


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


  • Joab sent messengers to tell David, "I have fought against Rabbah and captured its water supply.*1 - 2 Samuel 12:27


  • 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


  • "No," Joab told him, "it wouldn't be good news to the king that his son is dead. You can be my messenger some other time, but not today." - 2 Samuel 18:20


  • He shouted the news down to David, and the king replied, "If he is alone, he has news." As the messenger came closer, - 2 Samuel 18:25


  • Ben-hadad sent messengers into the city to relay this message to King Ahab of Israel: "This is what Ben-hadad says: - 1 Kings 20:2


  • Soon Ben-hadad's messengers returned again and said, "This is what Ben-hadad says: `I have already demanded that you give me your silver, gold, wives, and children. - 1 Kings 20:5


  • So Ahab told the messengers from Ben-hadad, "Say this to my lord the king: `I will give you everything you asked for the first time, but this last demand of yours I simply cannot meet.' " So the messengers returned to Ben-hadad with the response. - 1 Kings 20:9


  • Meanwhile, the messenger who went to get Micaiah said to him, "Look, all the prophets are promising victory for the king. Be sure that you agree with them and promise success." - 1 Kings 22:13


  • One day Israel's new king, Ahaziah, fell through the latticework of an upper room at his palace in Samaria, and he was seriously injured. So he sent messengers to the temple of Baal-zebub, the god of Ekron, to ask whether he would recover. - 2 Kings 1:2
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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