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  • But the tribe of Dan had trouble taking possession of their land, so they fought against the town of Laish.* They captured it, slaughtered its people, and settled there. They renamed the city Dan after their ancestor.4 - Joshua 19:47

  • God stirred up trouble* between Abimelech and the people of Shechem, and they revolted.4 - Judges 9:23

  • But Jephthah said to them, "Aren't you the ones who hated me and drove me from my father's house? Why do you come to me now when you're in trouble?" - Judges 11:7

  • "My father has made trouble for us all!" Jonathan exclaimed. "A command like that only hurts us. See how much better I feel now that I have eaten this little bit of honey. - 1 Samuel 14:29

  • I vow by the name of the LORD who rescued Israel that the sinner will surely die, even if it is my own son Jonathan!" But no one would tell him what the trouble was. - 1 Samuel 14:39

  • And whenever the tormenting spirit from God troubled Saul, David would play the harp. Then Saul would feel better, and the tormenting spirit would go away. - 1 Samuel 16:23

  • Then I will send a boy to bring the arrows back. If you hear me tell him, `They're on this side,' then you will know, as surely as the LORD lives, that all is well, and there is no trouble. - 1 Samuel 20:21

  • Then others began coming--men who were in trouble or in debt or who were just discontented--until David was the leader of about four hundred men. - 1 Samuel 22:2

  • You'd better think fast, for there is going to be trouble for our master and his whole family. He's so ill-tempered that no one can even talk to him!" - 1 Samuel 25:17

  • Now may the LORD value my life, even as I have valued yours today. May he rescue me from all my troubles." - 1 Samuel 26:24

  • "Why have you disturbed me by calling me back?" Samuel asked. "Because I am in deep trouble," Saul replied. "The Philistines are at war with us, and God has left me and won't reply by prophets or dreams. So I have called for you to tell me what to do." - 1 Samuel 28:15

  • David was now in serious trouble because his men were very bitter about losing their wives and children, and they began to talk of stoning him. But David found strength in the LORD his God. - 1 Samuel 30:6

  • But some troublemakers among David's men said, "They didn't go with us, so they can't have any of the plunder. Give them their wives and children, and tell them to be gone." - 1 Samuel 30:22

  • One day Jonadab said to Amnon, "What's the trouble? Why should the son of a king look so dejected morning after morning?" So Amnon told him, "I am in love with Tamar, Absalom's sister." - 2 Samuel 13:4

  • "What's the trouble?" the king asked. "I am a widow," she replied. - 2 Samuel 14:5

  • Then a troublemaker named Sheba son of Bicri, a man from the tribe of Benjamin, blew a trumpet and shouted, "We have nothing to do with David. We want no part of this son of Jesse. Come on, you men of Israel, let's all go home!" - 2 Samuel 20:1

  • Then David said to Abishai, "That troublemaker Sheba is going to hurt us more than Absalom did. Quick, take my troops and chase after him before he gets into a fortified city where we can't reach him." - 2 Samuel 20:6
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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