Servant

Servant

 
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  • her husband took a servant and an extra donkey to Bethlehem to persuade her to come back. When he arrived at her father's house, she took him inside, and her father welcomed him. - Judges 19:3


  • "Who are you?" he demanded. "I am your servant Ruth," she replied. "Spread the corner of your covering over me, for you are my family redeemer." - Ruth 3:9


  • or for their duties as priests. Whenever anyone offered a sacrifice, Eli's sons would send over a servant with a three-pronged fork. While the meat of the sacrificed animal was still boiling, - 1 Samuel 2:13


  • the servant would stick the fork into the pot and demand that whatever it brought up be given to Eli's sons. All the Israelites who came to worship at Shiloh were treated this way. - 1 Samuel 2:14


  • Sometimes the servant would come even before the animal's fat had been burned on the altar. He would demand raw meat before it had been boiled so that it could be used for roasting. - 1 Samuel 2:15


  • The man offering the sacrifice might reply, "Take as much as you want, but the fat must first be burned." Then the servant would demand, "No, give it to me now, or I'll take it by force." - 1 Samuel 2:16


  • So he said to Samuel, "Go and lie down again, and if someone calls again, say, `Yes, LORD, your servant is listening.' " So Samuel went back to bed. - 1 Samuel 3:9


  • And the LORD came and called as before, "Samuel! Samuel!" And Samuel replied, "Yes, your servant is listening." - 1 Samuel 3:10


  • 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


  • One day Kish's donkeys strayed away, and he told Saul, "Take a servant with you, and go look for them." - 1 Samuel 9:3


  • So Saul took one of his servants and traveled all through the hill country of Ephraim, the land of Shalishah, the Shaalim area, and the entire land of Benjamin, but they couldn't find the donkeys anywhere. - 1 Samuel 9:4


  • Finally, they entered the region of Zuph, and Saul said to his servant, "Let's go home. By now my father will be more worried about us than about the donkeys!" - 1 Samuel 9:5


  • But the servant said, "I've just thought of something! There is a man of God who lives here in this town. He is held in high honor by all the people because everything he says comes true. Let's go find him. Perhaps he can tell us which way to go." - 1 Samuel 9:6


  • "Well," the servant said, "I have one small silver piece.* We can at least offer it to him and see what happens!"1 - 1 Samuel 9:8


  • As they were climbing a hill toward the town, they met some young women coming out to draw water. So Saul and his servant asked, "Is the seer here today?" - 1 Samuel 9:11


  • Then Samuel brought Saul and his servant into the great hall and placed them at the head of the table, honoring them above the thirty special guests. - 1 Samuel 9:22


  • When they reached the edge of town, Samuel told Saul to send his servant on ahead. After the servant was gone, Samuel said, "Stay here, for I have received a special message for you from God." - 1 Samuel 9:27
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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