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  • "Get your swords!" was David's reply as he strapped on his own. Four hundred men started off with David, and two hundred remained behind to guard their equipment. - 1 Samuel 25:13

  • Saul groaned to his armor bearer, "Take your sword and kill me before these pagan Philistines run me through and humiliate me." But his armor bearer was afraid and would not do it. So Saul took his own sword and fell on it. - 1 Samuel 31:4

  • When his armor bearer realized that Saul was dead, he fell on his own sword and died beside the king. - 1 Samuel 31:5

  • Then David said to one of his men, "Kill him!" So the man thrust his sword into the Amalekite and killed him. - 2 Samuel 1:15

  • Each one grabbed his opponent by the hair and thrust his sword into the other's side so that all of them died. The place has been known ever since as the Field of Swords.*2 - 2 Samuel 2:16

  • Abner shouted down to Joab, "Must we always solve our differences with swords? Don't you realize the only thing we will gain is bitterness toward each other? When will you call off your men from chasing their Israelite brothers?" - 2 Samuel 2:26

  • Joab and his family are the guilty ones. May his family in every generation be cursed with a man who has open sores or leprosy* or who walks on crutches* or who dies by the sword or who begs for food!"3 - 2 Samuel 3:29

  • "Well, tell Joab not to be discouraged," David said. "The sword kills one as well as another! Fight harder next time, and conquer the city!" - 2 Samuel 11:25

  • From this time on, the sword will be a constant threat to your family, because you have despised me by taking Uriah's wife to be your own. - 2 Samuel 12:10

  • The battle raged all across the countryside, and more men died because of the forest than were killed by the sword. - 2 Samuel 18:8

  • Ishbi-benob was a descendant of the giants*; his bronze spearhead weighed more than seven pounds,* and he was armed with a new sword. He had cornered David and was about to kill him.4 - 2 Samuel 21:16

  • He killed Philistines until his hand was too tired to lift his sword, and the LORD gave him a great victory that day. The rest of the army did not return until it was time to collect the plunder! - 2 Samuel 23:10

  • All right, bring me a sword." So a sword was brought to the king. - 1 Kings 3:24

  • So they shouted louder, and following their normal custom, they cut themselves with knives and swords until the blood gushed out. - 1 Kings 18:28

  • As soon as Jehu had finished sacrificing the burnt offering, he commanded his guards and officers, "Go in and kill all of them. Don't let a single one escape!" So they killed them all with their swords, and the guards and officers dragged their bodies outside. Then Jehu's men went into the fortress* of the temple of Baal.1 - 2 Kings 10:25

  • Listen! I myself will move against him, and the king will receive a report from Assyria telling him that he is needed at home. Then I will make him want to return to his land, where I will have him killed with a sword.' " - 2 Kings 19:7

  • One day while he was worshiping in the temple of his god Nisroch, his sons Adrammelech and Sharezer killed him with their swords. They then escaped to the land of Ararat, and another son, Esarhaddon, became the next king of Assyria. - 2 Kings 19:37
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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