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(0.19)2Sa 16:6

He threw stones at David and all of King David’s servants, as well as all the people and the soldiers who were on his right and on his left.

(0.19)2Sa 20:11

One of Joab’s soldiers who stood over Amasa said, “Whoever is for Joab and whoever is for David, follow Joab!”

(0.19)1Ki 1:33

and he told them, “Take your master’s servants with you, put my son Solomon on my mule, and lead him down to Gihon.

(0.19)1Ki 11:28

Jeroboam was a talented man; when Solomon saw that the young man was an accomplished worker, he made him the leader of the work crew from the tribe of Joseph.

(0.19)1Ki 20:15

So Ahab assembled the 232 servants of the district governors. After that he assembled all the Israelite army, numbering 7,000.

(0.19)1Ki 20:17

The servants of the district governors led the march. When Ben Hadad sent messengers, they reported back to him, “Men are marching out of Samaria.”

(0.19)1Ki 22:31

Now the king of Syria had ordered his thirty-two chariot commanders, “Do not fight common soldiers or high-ranking officers; fight only the king of Israel.”

(0.19)2Ki 12:20

His servants conspired against him and murdered Joash at Beth-Millo, on the road that goes down to Silla.

(0.19)2Ki 18:19

The chief adviser said to them, “Tell Hezekiah: ‘This is what the great king, the king of Assyria, says: “What is your source of confidence?

(0.19)2Ki 18:24

Certainly you will not refuse one of my master’s minor officials and trust in Egypt for chariots and horsemen.

(0.19)2Ki 25:24

Gedaliah took an oath so as to give them and their troops some assurance of safety. He said, “You don’t need to be afraid to submit to the Babylonian officials. Settle down in the land and submit to the king of Babylon. Then things will go well for you.”

(0.19)1Ch 11:21

From the three he was given double honor and he became their officer, even though he was not one of them.

(0.19)1Ch 21:2

David told Joab and the leaders of the army, “Go, count the number of warriors from Beer Sheba to Dan. Then bring back a report to me so I may know how many we have.”

(0.19)1Ch 24:19

This was the order in which they carried out their assigned responsibilities when they entered the Lord’s temple, according to the regulations given them by their ancestor Aaron, just as the Lord God of Israel had instructed him.

(0.19)1Ch 27:5

The third army commander, assigned the third month, was Benaiah son of Jehoiada the priest. He was the leader of his division, which consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.19)1Ch 27:6

Benaiah was the leader of the thirty warriors and his division; his son was Ammizabad.

(0.19)2Ch 17:14

These were their divisions by families: There were a thousand officers from Judah. Adnah the commander led 300,000 skilled warriors,

(0.19)2Ch 18:30

Now the king of Syria had ordered his chariot commanders, “Do not fight common soldiers or high ranking officers; fight only the king of Israel!”

(0.19)2Ch 30:12

In Judah God moved the people to unite and carry out the edict the king and the officers had issued at the Lord’s command.

(0.19)2Ch 35:23

Archers shot King Josiah; the king ordered his servants, “Take me out of this chariot, for I am seriously wounded.”