Peace

Peace

 
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  • That is the story of how Israel subdued Midian, which never recovered. Throughout the rest of Gideon's lifetime--about forty years--the land was at peace. - Judges 8:28


  • The king of Ammon answered Jephthah's messengers, "When the Israelites came out of Egypt, they stole my land from the Arnon River to the Jabbok River and all the way to the Jordan. Now then, give back the land peaceably." - Judges 11:13


  • "Go in peace," the priest replied. "For the LORD will go ahead of you on your journey." - Judges 18:6


  • So the five men went on to the town of Laish, where they noticed the people living carefree lives, like the Sidonians; they were peaceful and secure. The people were also wealthy because their land was very fertile. And they lived a great distance from Sidon and had no allies nearby. - Judges 18:7


  • Then, with Micah's idols and his priest, the men of Dan came to the town of Laish, whose people were peaceful and secure. They attacked and killed all the people and burned the town to the ground. - Judges 18:27


  • The Israelite towns near Ekron and Gath that the Philistines had captured were restored to Israel, along with the rest of the territory that the Philistines had taken. And there was also peace between Israel and the Amorites in those days. - 1 Samuel 7:14


  • About a month later,* King Nahash of Ammon led his army against the Israelite city of Jabesh-gilead. But the citizens of Jabesh asked for peace. "Make a treaty with us, and we will be your servants," they pleaded.1 - 1 Samuel 11:1


  • So Samuel did as the LORD instructed him. When he arrived at Bethlehem, the leaders of the town became afraid. "What's wrong?" they asked. "Do you come in peace?" - 1 Samuel 16:4


  • At last Jonathan said to David, "Go in peace, for we have made a pact in the LORD's name. We have entrusted each other and each other's children into the LORD's hands forever." Then David left, and Jonathan returned to the city. - 1 Samuel 20:42


  • Then David accepted her gifts and told her, "Return home in peace. We will not kill your husband." - 1 Samuel 25:35


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


  • Yes, the king will give us peace of mind again.' I know that you are like an angel of God and can discern good from evil. May the LORD your God be with you." - 2 Samuel 14:17


  • and I will bring all the people back to you as a bride returns to her husband. After all, it is only this man's life that you seek.* Then all the people will remain unharmed and peaceful."1 - 2 Samuel 17:3


  • I am one who is peace loving and faithful in Israel. But you are destroying a loyal city. Why do you want to destroy what belongs to the LORD?" - 2 Samuel 20:19


  • All I want is a man named Sheba son of Bicri from the hill country of Ephraim, who has revolted against King David. If you hand him over to me, we will leave the city in peace." "All right," the woman replied, "we will throw his head over the wall to you." - 2 Samuel 20:21


  • "And there is something else. You know that Joab son of Zeruiah murdered my two army commanders, Abner son of Ner and Amasa son of Jether. He pretended that it was an act of war, but it was done in a time of peace,* staining his belt and sandals with the blood of war.1 - 1 Kings 2:5


  • Do with him what you think best, but don't let him die in peace. - 1 Kings 2:6
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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