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  • Then he lit the torches and let the foxes run through the fields of the Philistines. He burned all their grain to the ground, including the grain still in piles and all that had been bundled. He also destroyed their grapevines and olive trees. - Judges 15:5


  • He will take away the best of your fields and vineyards and olive groves and give them to his own servants. - 1 Samuel 8:14


  • Then Samuel took a flask of olive oil and poured it over Saul's head. He kissed Saul on the cheek and said, "I am doing this because the LORD has appointed you to be the leader of his people Israel.*1 - 1 Samuel 10:1


  • Finally, the LORD said to Samuel, "You have mourned long enough for Saul. I have rejected him as king of Israel. Now fill your horn with olive oil and go to Bethlehem. Find a man named Jesse who lives there, for I have selected one of his sons to be my new king." - 1 Samuel 16:1


  • So as David stood there among his brothers, Samuel took the olive oil he had brought and poured it on David's head. And the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon him from that day on. Then Samuel returned to Ramah. - 1 Samuel 16:13


  • David walked up the road that led to the Mount of Olives, weeping as he went. His head was covered and his feet were bare as a sign of mourning. And the people who were with him covered their heads and wept as they climbed the mountain. - 2 Samuel 15:30


  • As they reached the spot at the top of the Mount of Olives where people worshiped God, David found Hushai the Arkite waiting for him. Hushai had torn his clothing and put dirt on his head as a sign of mourning. - 2 Samuel 15:32


  • There Zadok the priest took a flask of olive oil from the sacred tent and poured it on Solomon's head. Then the trumpets were blown, and all the people shouted, "Long live King Solomon!" - 1 Kings 1:39


  • In return Solomon sent him an annual payment of 100,000 bushels* of wheat for his household and 110,000 gallons* of olive oil.1 - 1 Kings 5:11


  • Within the inner sanctuary Solomon placed two cherubim made of olive wood, each 15 feet tall. - 1 Kings 6:23


  • For the entrance to the inner sanctuary, Solomon made double doors of olive wood with five-sided doorposts. - 1 Kings 6:31


  • Then he made four-sided doorposts of olive wood for the entrance to the Temple. - 1 Kings 6:33


  • On the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, he even built a shrine for Chemosh, the detestable god of Moab, and another for Molech, the detestable god of the Ammonites. - 1 Kings 11:7


  • "What can I do to help you?" Elisha asked. "Tell me, what do you have in the house?" "Nothing at all, except a flask of olive oil," she replied. - 2 Kings 4:2


  • Then go into your house with your sons and shut the door behind you. Pour olive oil from your flask into the jars, setting the jars aside as they are filled." - 2 Kings 4:4


  • Soon every container was full to the brim! "Bring me another jar," she said to one of her sons. "There aren't any more!" he told her. And then the olive oil stopped flowing. - 2 Kings 4:6


  • When she told the man of God what had happened, he said to her, "Now sell the olive oil and pay your debts, and there will be enough money left over to support you and your sons." - 2 Kings 4:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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