Wilderness

Wilderness

 
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  • After Saul returned from fighting the Philistines, he was told that David had gone into the wilderness of En-gedi. - 1 Samuel 24:1


  • Now Samuel died, and all Israel gathered for his funeral. They buried him near his home at Ramah. Then David moved down to the wilderness of Maon.*1 - 1 Samuel 25:1


  • Meanwhile, one of Nabal's servants went to Abigail and told her, "David sent men from the wilderness to talk to our master, and he insulted them. - 1 Samuel 25:14


  • David had just been saying, "A lot of good it did to help this fellow. We protected his flocks in the wilderness, and nothing he owned was lost or stolen. But he has repaid me evil for good. - 1 Samuel 25:21


  • So Saul took three thousand of his best troops and went to hunt him down in the wilderness of Ziph. - 1 Samuel 26:2


  • When Joab and Abishai found out what had happened, they set out after Abner. The sun was just going down as they arrived at the hill of Ammah near Giah, along the road to the wilderness of Gibeon. - 2 Samuel 2:24


  • There was deep sadness throughout the land as the king and his followers passed by. They crossed the Kidron Valley and then went out toward the wilderness. - 2 Samuel 15:23


  • I will stop at the shallows of the Jordan River* and wait there for a message from you. Let me know what happens in Jerusalem before I disappear into the wilderness."1 - 2 Samuel 15:28


  • "What are these for?" the king asked Ziba. And Ziba replied, "The donkeys are for your people to ride on, and the bread and summer fruit are for the young men to eat. The wine is to be taken with you into the wilderness for those who become faint." - 2 Samuel 16:2


  • "Quick!" he told them. "Find David and urge him not to stay at the shallows of the Jordan River* tonight. He must go across at once into the wilderness beyond. Otherwise he will die and his entire army with him."2 - 2 Samuel 17:16


  • honey, butter, sheep, and cheese for David and those who were with him. For they said, "You must all be very tired and hungry and thirsty after your long march through the wilderness." - 2 Samuel 17:29


  • So Benaiah son of Jehoiada returned to the sacred tent and killed Joab, and Joab was buried at his home in the wilderness. - 1 Kings 2:34


  • Then the LORD told him, "Go back the way you came, and travel to the wilderness of Damascus. When you arrive there, anoint Hazael to be king of Aram. - 1 Kings 19:15


  • "Sir," they said, "just say the word and fifty of our strongest men will search the wilderness for your master. Perhaps the Spirit of the LORD has left him on some mountain or in some valley." "No," Elisha said, "don't send them." - 2 Kings 2:16


  • Then Jehoshaphat asked, "What route will we take?" "We will attack from the wilderness of Edom," Joram replied. - 2 Kings 3:8


  • The king of Edom and his troops joined them, and all three armies traveled along a roundabout route through the wilderness for seven days. But there was no water for the men or their pack animals. - 2 Kings 3:9


  • Some brave and experienced warriors from the tribe of Gad also defected to David while he was at the stronghold in the wilderness. They were expert with both shield and spear, as fierce as lions and as swift as deer on the mountains. - 1 Chronicles 12:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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