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Now Samuel was ministering before the Lord. The boy was dressed in a linen ephod.
Now when Abiathar son of Ahimelech had fled to David at Keilah, he had brought with him an ephod. 1
Now David, wearing a linen ephod, was dancing with all his strength before the Lord. 1
Now this man Micah owned a shrine. 1 He made an ephod 2 and some personal idols and hired one of his sons to serve as a priest. 3
David was wrapped in a linen robe, as were all the Levites carrying the ark, the musicians, and Kenaniah the supervisor of transport and the musicians; 1 David also wore a linen ephod. 2
For the Israelites 1 must live many days without a king or prince, without sacrifice or sacred fertility pillar, without ephod or idols.
The five men who had gone to spy out the land of Laish 1 said to their kinsmen, 2 “Do you realize that inside these houses are an ephod, some personal idols, a carved image, and a metal image? Decide now what you want to do.”
I chose your ancestor 1 from all the tribes of Israel to be my priest, to offer sacrifice on my altar, to burn incense, and to bear the ephod before me. I gave to your ancestor’s house all the fire offerings made by the Israelites.
Now Ahijah was carrying 1 an ephod. He was the son of Ahitub, who was the brother of Ichabod and a son of Phineas, son of Eli, the priest of the Lord in Shiloh. The army was unaware that Jonathan had left.
Then the king said to Doeg, “You turn and strike down the priests!” So Doeg the Edomite turned and struck down the priests. He killed on that day eighty-five 1 men who wore the linen ephod.