He then told his sons, “Saddle the donkey for me.” When they had saddled the donkey for him, he mounted it
He told his sons, “Saddle my donkey,” and they did so. 1
Any means of riding 1 the man with a discharge rides on will be unclean.
So Balaam got up in the morning, saddled his donkey, and went with the princes of Moab.
Dedan was your client in saddlecloths for riding.
So Shimei got up, saddled his donkey, and went to Achish at Gath to find his servants; Shimei went and brought back his servants from Gath.
When the prophet from Judah finished his meal, 1 the old prophet saddled his visitor’s donkey for him. 2
She saddled the donkey and told her servant, “Lead on. 1 Do not stop unless I say so.” 2
But the man did not want to stay another night. He left 1 and traveled as far as 2 Jebus (that is, Jerusalem). 3 He had with him a pair of saddled donkeys and his concubine. 4
He replied, “My lord the king, my servant deceived me! I 1 said, ‘Let me get my donkey saddled so that I can ride on it and go with the king,’ for I 2 am lame.
(Now Rachel had taken the idols and put them inside her camel’s saddle 1 and sat on them.) 2 Laban searched the whole tent, but did not find them. 3
Early in the morning Abraham got up and saddled his donkey. 1 He took two of his young servants with him, along with his son Isaac. When he had cut the wood for the burnt offering, he started out 2 for the place God had spoken to him about.
When Ahithophel realized that his advice had not been followed, he saddled his donkey and returned to his house in his hometown. After setting his household in order, he hanged himself. So he died and was buried in the grave 1 of his father.
When David had gone a short way beyond the summit, Ziba the servant of Mephibosheth was there to meet him. He had a couple of donkeys that were saddled, and on them were two hundred loaves of bread, a hundred raisin cakes, a hundred baskets of summer fruit, 1 and a container of wine.
You who ride on light-colored female donkeys, who sit on saddle blankets, 1 you who walk on the road, pay attention!
For it seemed best to the Holy Spirit and to us 1 not to place any greater burden on you than these necessary rules: 2
Harness the horses to the chariots! Mount your horses! Put on your helmets and take your positions! Sharpen you spears! Put on your armor!
I have indeed 1 heard the people of Israel 2 say mournfully, ‘We were like a calf untrained to the yoke. 3 You disciplined us and we learned from it. 4 Let us come back to you and we will do so, 5 for you are the Lord our God.
The seventh time the servant 1 said, “Look, a small cloud, the size of the palm of a man’s hand, is rising up from the sea.” Elijah 2 then said, “Go and tell Ahab, ‘Hitch up the chariots and go down, so that the rain won’t overtake you.’” 3