Servant

Servant

 
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  • When Saul and his servant arrived at Gibeah, they saw the prophets coming toward them. Then the Spirit of God came upon Saul, and he, too, began to prophesy. - 1 Samuel 10:10


  • 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


  • Some of Saul's servants suggested a remedy. "It is clear that a spirit from God is tormenting you," they said. - 1 Samuel 16:15


  • One of the servants said to Saul, "The son of Jesse is a talented harp player. Not only that; he is brave and strong and has good judgment. He is also a fine-looking young man, and the LORD is with him." - 1 Samuel 16:18


  • Saul now urged his servants and his son Jonathan to assassinate David. But Jonathan, because of his close friendship with David, - 1 Samuel 19:1


  • "But sir," Ahimelech replied, "is there anyone among all your servants who is as faithful as David, your son-in-law? Why, he is the captain of your bodyguard and a highly honored member of your household! - 1 Samuel 22:14


  • Ask your own servants, and they will tell you this is true. So would you please be kind to us, since we have come at a time of celebration? Please give us any provisions you might have on hand." - 1 Samuel 25:8


  • "Who is this fellow David?" Nabal sneered. "Who does this son of Jesse think he is? There are lots of servants these days who run away from their masters. - 1 Samuel 25:10


  • Meanwhile, one of Nabal's servants went to Abigail and told her, "David sent men from the wilderness to talk to our master, and he insulted them. - 1 Samuel 25:14


  • Abigail lost no time. She quickly gathered two hundred loaves of bread, two skins of wine, five dressed sheep, nearly a bushel* of roasted grain, one hundred raisin cakes, and two hundred fig cakes. She packed them on donkeys and said to her servants,2 - 1 Samuel 25:18


  • She bowed low to the ground and responded, "Yes, I am even willing to become a slave to David's servants!" - 1 Samuel 25:41


  • Quickly getting ready, she took along five of her servant girls as attendants, mounted her donkey, and went with David's messengers. And so she became his wife. - 1 Samuel 25:42


  • But now let my lord the king listen to his servant. If the LORD has stirred you up against me, then let him accept my offering. But if this is simply a human scheme, then may those involved be cursed by the LORD. For you have driven me from my home, so I can no longer live among the LORD's people and worship as I should. - 1 Samuel 26:19


  • When David returned home to bless his family, Michal came out to meet him and said in disgust, "How glorious the king of Israel looked today! He exposed himself to the servant girls like any indecent person might do!" - 2 Samuel 6:20


  • "Go and tell my servant David, `This is what the LORD says: Are you the one to build me a temple to live in? - 2 Samuel 7:5


  • "Now go and say to my servant David, `This is what the LORD Almighty says: I chose you to lead my people Israel when you were just a shepherd boy, tending your sheep out in the pasture. - 2 Samuel 7:8


  • And may your name be honored forever so that all the world will say, `The LORD Almighty is God over Israel!' And may the dynasty of your servant David be established in your presence. - 2 Samuel 7:26
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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