Trouble

Trouble

 
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  • One day Adonijah, whose mother was Haggith, came to see Bathsheba, Solomon's mother. "Have you come to make trouble?" she asked him. "No," he said, "I come in peace. - 1 Kings 2:13


  • Then the king said to Abiathar the priest, "Go back to your home in Anathoth. You deserve to die, but I will not kill you now, because you carried the Ark of the Sovereign LORD for my father, and you suffered right along with him through all his troubles." - 1 Kings 2:26


  • "If there is a famine in the land, or plagues, or crop disease, or attacks of locusts or caterpillars, or if your people's enemies are in the land besieging their towns--whatever the trouble is-- - 1 Kings 8:37


  • and if your people offer a prayer concerning their troubles or sorrow, raising their hands toward this Temple, - 1 Kings 8:38


  • Rezon was Israel's bitter enemy for the rest of Solomon's reign, and he made trouble, just as Hadad did. Rezon hated Israel intensely and continued to reign in Aram. - 1 Kings 11:25


  • So on the advice of his counselors, the king made two gold calves. He said to the people, "It is too much trouble for you to worship in Jerusalem. O Israel, these are the gods who brought you out of Egypt!" - 1 Kings 12:28


  • "So it's you, is it--Israel's troublemaker?" Ahab asked when he saw him. - 1 Kings 18:17


  • "I have made no trouble for Israel," Elijah replied. "You and your family are the troublemakers, for you have refused to obey the commands of the LORD and have worshiped the images of Baal instead. - 1 Kings 18:18


  • Then Ahab summoned all the leaders of the land and said to them, "Look how this man is stirring up trouble! I already agreed when he sent the message demanding that I give him my wives and children and silver and gold." - 1 Kings 20:7


  • While Elisha was still saying this, the messenger arrived. And the king* said, "It is the LORD who has brought this trouble on us! Why should I wait any longer for the LORD?"1 - 2 Kings 6:33


  • You have indeed destroyed Edom and are very proud about it. Be content with your victory and stay at home! Why stir up trouble that will bring disaster on you and the people of Judah?" - 2 Kings 14:10


  • They told him, "This is what King Hezekiah says: This is a day of trouble, insult, and disgrace. It is like when a child is ready to be born, but the mother has no strength to deliver it. - 2 Kings 19:3


  • He was the one who prayed to the God of Israel, "Oh, that you would bless me and extend my lands! Please be with me in all that I do, and keep me from all trouble and pain!" And God granted him his request. - 1 Chronicles 4:10


  • "If there is a famine in the land, or plagues, or crop disease, or attacks of locusts or caterpillars, or if your people's enemies are in the land besieging their towns--whatever the trouble is-- - 2 Chronicles 6:28


  • and if your people offer a prayer concerning their troubles or sorrow, raising their hands toward this Temple, - 2 Chronicles 6:29


  • During those dark times, it was not safe to travel. Problems troubled the nation on every hand. - 2 Chronicles 15:5


  • You may be very proud of your conquest of Edom, but my advice is to stay home. Why stir up trouble that will bring disaster on you and the people of Judah?" - 2 Chronicles 25:19
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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