Palace

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  • But Balaam answered them, "Even if Balak were to give me a palace filled with silver and gold, I would be powerless to do anything against the will of the LORD my God. - Numbers 22:18


  • `Even if Balak were to give me a palace filled with silver and gold, I am powerless to do anything against the will of the LORD.' I told you that I could say only what the LORD says! - Numbers 24:13


  • From that day on Saul kept David with him at the palace and wouldn't let him return home. - 1 Samuel 18:2


  • 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 the LORD had brought peace to the land and King David was settled in his palace, - 2 Samuel 7:1


  • David summoned Nathan the prophet. "Look!" David said. "Here I am living in this beautiful cedar palace, but the Ark of God is out in a tent!" - 2 Samuel 7:2


  • But David said, "Don't be afraid! I've asked you to come so that I can be kind to you because of my vow to your father, Jonathan. I will give you all the land that once belonged to your grandfather Saul, and you may live here with me at the palace!" - 2 Samuel 9:7


  • You and your sons and servants are to farm the land for him to produce food for his family. But Mephibosheth will live here at the palace with me." Ziba, who had fifteen sons and twenty servants, replied, - 2 Samuel 9:10


  • And Mephibosheth, who was crippled in both feet, moved to Jerusalem to live at the palace. - 2 Samuel 9:13


  • Late one afternoon David got out of bed after taking a nap and went for a stroll on the roof of the palace. As he looked out over the city, he noticed a woman of unusual beauty taking a bath. - 2 Samuel 11:2


  • Then David sent for her; and when she came to the palace, he slept with her. (She had just completed the purification rites after having her menstrual period.) Then she returned home. - 2 Samuel 11:4


  • Then he told Uriah, "Go on home and relax." David even sent a gift to Uriah after he had left the palace. - 2 Samuel 11:8


  • But Uriah wouldn't go home. He stayed that night at the palace entrance with some of the king's other servants. - 2 Samuel 11:9


  • Then David invited him to dinner and got him drunk. But even then he couldn't get Uriah to go home to his wife. Again he slept at the palace entrance. - 2 Samuel 11:13


  • When the period of mourning was over, David sent for her and brought her to the palace, and she became one of his wives. Then she gave birth to a son. But the LORD was very displeased with what David had done. - 2 Samuel 11:27


  • Then David got up from the ground, washed himself, put on lotions, and changed his clothes. Then he went to the Tabernacle and worshiped the LORD. After that, he returned to the palace and ate. - 2 Samuel 12:20


  • So the king and his household set out at once. He left no one behind except ten of his concubines to keep the palace in order. - 2 Samuel 15:16
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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