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  • As they were climbing a hill toward the town, they met some young women coming out to draw water. So Saul and his servant asked, "Is the seer here today?" - 1 Samuel 9:11

  • Should I take my bread and water and the meat I've slaughtered for my shearers and give it to a band of outlaws who come from who knows where?" - 1 Samuel 25:11

  • But the LORD forbid that I should kill the one he has anointed! But I'll tell you what--we'll take his spear and his jug of water and then get out of here!" - 1 Samuel 26:11

  • So David took the spear and jug of water that were near Saul's head. Then he and Abishai got away without anyone seeing them or even waking up, because the LORD had put Saul's men into a deep sleep. - 1 Samuel 26:12

  • This isn't good at all! I swear by the LORD that you and your men deserve to die, because you failed to protect your master, the LORD's anointed! Look around! Where are the king's spear and the jug of water that were beside his head?" - 1 Samuel 26:16

  • Some of David's troops found an Egyptian man in a field and brought him to David. They gave him some bread to eat and some water to drink. - 1 Samuel 30:11

  • When the insulting message from the defenders of the city reached David, he told his own troops, "Go up through the water tunnel into the city and destroy those `lame' and `blind' Jebusites. How I hate them." That is the origin of the saying, "The blind and the lame may not enter the house."*1 - 2 Samuel 5:8

  • Joab sent messengers to tell David, "I have fought against Rabbah and captured its water supply.*1 - 2 Samuel 12:27

  • All of us must die eventually. Our lives are like water spilled out on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again. That is why God tries to bring us back when we have been separated from him. He does not sweep away the lives of those he cares about--and neither should you! - 2 Samuel 14:14

  • "He reached down from heaven and rescued me; he drew me out of deep waters. - 2 Samuel 22:17

  • David remarked longingly to his men, "Oh, how I would love some of that good water from the well in Bethlehem, the one by the gate." - 2 Samuel 23:15

  • So the Three broke through the Philistine lines, drew some water from the well, and brought it back to David. But he refused to drink it. Instead, he poured it out before the LORD. - 2 Samuel 23:16

  • "The LORD forbid that I should drink this!" he exclaimed. "This water is as precious as the blood of these men who risked their lives to bring it to me." So David did not drink it. This is an example of the exploits of the Three. - 2 Samuel 23:17

  • The walls of the Sea were about three inches* thick, and its rim flared out like a cup and resembled a lily blossom. It could hold about 11,000 gallons* of water.6 - 1 Kings 7:26

  • Huram also made ten bronze water carts, each 6 feet long, 6 feet wide, and 4 feet tall. - 1 Kings 7:27

  • All ten water carts were the same size and were made alike, for each was cast from the same mold. - 1 Kings 7:37

  • Huram also made ten bronze basins, one for each cart. Each basin was 6 feet across and could hold 220 gallons* of water.2 - 1 Kings 7:38
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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