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  • Samson replied, "If I am tied up with seven new bowstrings that have not yet been dried, I will be as weak as anyone else." - Judges 16:7

  • So the Philistine leaders brought Delilah seven new bowstrings, and she tied Samson up with them. - Judges 16:8

  • Then Delilah said, "You have been making fun of me and telling me lies! Won't you please tell me how you can be tied up securely?" Samson replied, "If you weave the seven braids of my hair into the fabric on your loom and tighten it with the loom shuttle,* I will be as weak as anyone else." So while he slept, Delilah wove the seven braids of his hair into the fabric2 - Judges 16:13

  • May this child restore your youth and care for you in your old age. For he is the son of your daughter-in-law who loves you so much and who has been better to you than seven sons!" - Ruth 4:15

  • Those who were well fed are now starving; and those who were starving are now full. The barren woman now has seven children; but the woman with many children will have no more. - 1 Samuel 2:5

  • The Ark of the LORD remained in Philistine territory seven months in all. - 1 Samuel 6:1

  • Then go down to Gilgal ahead of me and wait for me there seven days. I will join you there to sacrifice burnt offerings and peace offerings. When I arrive, I will give you further instructions." - 1 Samuel 10:8

  • "Give us seven days to send messengers throughout Israel!" replied the leaders of Jabesh. "If none of our relatives will come to save us, we will agree to your terms." - 1 Samuel 11:3

  • Saul waited there seven days for Samuel, as Samuel had instructed him earlier, but Samuel still didn't come. Saul realized that his troops were rapidly slipping away. - 1 Samuel 13:8

  • In the same way all seven of Jesse's sons were presented to Samuel. But Samuel said to Jesse, "The LORD has not chosen any of these." - 1 Samuel 16:10

  • Then they took their remains and buried them beneath the tamarisk tree at Jabesh, and they fasted for seven days. - 1 Samuel 31:13

  • David made Hebron his capital, and he ruled as king of Judah for seven and a half years. - 2 Samuel 2:11

  • He had reigned over Judah from Hebron for seven years and six months, and from Jerusalem he reigned over all Israel and Judah for thirty-three years. - 2 Samuel 5:5

  • David captured seventeen hundred charioteers* and twenty thousand foot soldiers. Then he crippled all but one hundred of the chariot horses.2 - 2 Samuel 8:4

  • But again the Arameans fled from the Israelites. This time David's forces killed seven hundred charioteers and forty thousand horsemen,* including Shobach, the commander of their army.2 - 2 Samuel 10:18

  • Then on the seventh day the baby died. David's advisers were afraid to tell him. "He was so broken up about the baby being sick," they said. "What will he do to himself when we tell him the child is dead?" - 2 Samuel 12:18

  • So let seven of Saul's sons or grandsons be handed over to us, and we will execute them before the LORD at Gibeon, on the mountain of the LORD.*" "All right," the king said, "I will do it."1 - 2 Samuel 21:6
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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