Results 1 - 15 of 15 for hebrew_strict_index:Ntnwhyw (0.001 seconds)
When the two of them had made a covenant before the Lord, David stayed on at Horesh, but Jonathan went to his house.
Saul and Jonathan were greatly loved 1 during their lives, and not even in their deaths were they separated. They were swifter than eagles, stronger than lions.
Then Saul told his son Jonathan and all his servants to kill David. But Saul’s son Jonathan liked David very much. 1
David said to the young man 1 who was telling him this, “How do you know that Saul and his son Jonathan are dead?” 2
The king said to Zadok the priest, “Are you a seer? 1 Go back to the city in peace! Your son Ahimaaz and Abiathar’s son Jonathan may go with you and Abiathar. 2
Furthermore, their two sons are there with them, Zadok’s son Ahimaaz and Abiathar’s son Jonathan. You must send them to me with any information you hear.” 1
Jonathan, David’s uncle, was a wise adviser and scribe; 1 Jehiel son of Hacmoni cared for 2 the king’s sons.
They were accompanied by the Levites Shemaiah, Nethaniah, Zebadiah, Asahel, Shemiramoth, Jehonathan, Adonijah, Tobijah, and Tob-Adonijah, and by the priests Elishama and Jehoram.
The Danites worshiped 1 the carved image. Jonathan, descendant 2 of Gershom, son of Moses, 3 and his descendants 4 served as priests for the tribe of Dan until the time of the exile.
Jonathan said to David, “Go in peace, for the two of us have sworn together in the name of the Lord saying, ‘The Lord will be between me and you and between my descendants and your descendants forever.’”(21:1) 1 Then David 2 got up and left, while Jonathan went back to the city.
David inquired, “How were things going? 1 Tell me!” He replied, “The people fled from the battle and many of them 2 fell dead. 3 Even Saul and his son Jonathan are dead!”
Now Saul’s son Jonathan had a son who was crippled in both feet. He was five years old when the news about Saul and Jonathan arrived from Jezreel. His nurse picked him up and fled, but in her haste to get away, he fell and was injured. 1 Mephibosheth was his name.
Now Jonathan and Ahimaaz were staying in En Rogel. A female servant would go and inform them, and they would then go and inform King David. It was not advisable for them to be seen going into the city.
When the servants of Absalom approached the woman at her home, they asked, “Where are Ahimaaz and Jonathan?” The woman replied to them, “They crossed over the stream.” Absalom’s men 1 searched but did not find them, so they returned to Jerusalem. 2
They buried the bones of Saul and his son Jonathan in the land of Benjamin at Zela in the grave of his father Kish. After they had done everything 1 that the king had commanded, God responded to their prayers 2 for the land.