1 Chronicles 11:1 Cross References - Coverdale

1 And all Israel resorted to Dauid vnto Hebron, and sayde: Beholde, we are yi bone and thy flesh.

Genesis 29:14

14 The sayde Laban vnto him: Wel, thou art my bone and my flesh. Abyde with me a moneth longe.

Numbers 13:22

22 They wente vp also towarde the south, and came vnto Hebron, where Ahiman was, and Sesai and Thalmai, the children of Enack (Hebron was buylded seuen yeare before Zoan in Egipte.)

Deuteronomy 17:15

15 the shalt thou set him to be kynge ouer the, whom the LORDE thy God shal chose. One of thy brethren shalt thou sett to be kynge ouer the. Thou mayest not set a strauger ouer the, which is not thy brother.

Judges 9:2

2 I praye you speake in the eares of all the men at Sichem: What is better for you, that thre score and ten men all children of Ierubaal shulde be lordes ouer you, or that one man shulde be lorde ouer you? Remembre also that I am youre bone and youre flesh.

2 Samuel 2:1

1 After these actes Dauid axed at the LORDE, and sayde: Shall I go vp in to one of the cities of Iuda? And the LORDE sayde vnto him: Go vp. Dauid sayde: Whither? He sayde: Vnto Hebron.

2 Samuel 5:1-16

1 And all the trybes of Israel came to Dauid vnto Hebron, and sayde: Beholde, we are thy bone and thy flesh. 2 And afore tyme wha Saul was kynge ouer vs, thou leddest Israel out and in. So the LORDE hath sayde: Thou shalt kepe my people of Israel, and shalt be the duke ouer Israel. 3 And all the Elders in Israel came to ye kynge vnto Hebron. And kynge Dauid made a couenaunt with them at Hebron before ye LORDE. And they anoynted Dauid to be kynge ouer Israel. 4 Thyrtie yeare olde was Dauid whan he was made kynge, and reigned fortye yeares. 5 At Hebron raigned he seue yeares and sixe monethes ouer Iuda: but at Ierusalem he reigned thre and thirtie yeares ouer all Israel and Iuda. 6 And the kynge wente with his men to Ierusalem, agaynst the Iebusites, which dwelt in the londe. Neuertheles they sayde vnto Dauid: Thou shalt not come hither but the blynde and lame shal dryue ye awaie. (They thoughte planely, that Dauid shulde not come in.) 7 Howbeit Dauid wanne the castell of Sion, which is the cite of Dauid. 8 Then sayde Dauid the same daye: Who so euer smyteth the Iebusites, and optayneth the perquellies, the lame & the blynde, which (Iebusites) Dauids soule hateth. Herof cometh the prouerbe: Let no blynde ner lame come in to the house. 9 So Dauid dwelt in ye castell, and called it the cite of Dauid. And Dauid builded roude aboute fro Millo and within. 10 And Dauid grewe, & the LORDE the God Zebaoth was with him. 11 And Hiram the kynge of Tyre sent messaungers vnto Dauid, and Ceder trees for walles, and Carpenters, and Masons, to builde Dauid an house. 12 And Dauid knewe, that the LORDE had confyrmed him kynge ouer Israel, and exalted his kingdome for his people of Israels sake. 13 And Dauid toke yet mo wyues and concubynes at Ierusalem, after he was come from Hebron, and there were yet mo sonnes & doughters borne vnto him. 14 And these are the names of them that were borne vnto him at Ierusalem: Samma Sobab, Nathan, Salomon, 15 Iebehar, Elisua, Nepheg, Iaphia, 16 Elisama, Eliada, Eliphalet.

2 Samuel 15:10

10 But Absalom had sent out spyes in all the trybes of Israel, sayenge: Whan ye heare the noyse of the trompe, saye: Absalom is made kynge at Hebron.

2 Samuel 19:12-13

12 ye are my brethren, my bone, and my flesh. Wherfore wyl ye then be the last to brynge the kynge agayne? 13 And saye vnto Amasa: Art not thou my bone and my flesh? God do this & that vnto me, yf thou shalt not be the chefe captayne before me in Ioabs steade, as longe as thou lyuest.

1 Kings 2:11

11 The tyme that Dauid was kynge ouer Israel, is fortie yeare. Seuen yeares was he kynge at Hebro and thre and thirtie yeare at Ierusalem.

1 Chronicles 12:23-40

23 And this is the nombre of the heades harnessed vnto the warre, which came to Dauid vnto Hebron, for to turne the kyngdome of Saul vnto him, acordynge to the worde of the LORDE. 24 The childre of Iuda, which handled speares and swerdes, were sixe thousande, & eight hundreth ready harnessed vnto ye warre. 25 Of the children of Simeon noble men of armes for the battayll, seuen thousande and an hudreth. 26 Of the children of Leui foure thousande and sixe hundreth. 27 And Ioiada the prynce amonge them of Aaron with thre thousande and seuen hundreth. 28 Sadoc the yonge valeaunt man of armes with his fathers house, two and twentye rulers. 29 Of the children of BenIamin Sauls brother, thre thousande: for vnto that time helde many of the yet with the house of Saul. 30 Of ye children of Ephraim, twentie thousande and eighte hundreth valeaunt men of armes, and famous in the house of their fathers. 31 Of the halfe trybe of Manasses, eightene thousande, named by name, to come and make Dauid kynge. 32 Of the children of Isachar (which were men of vnderstondynge, whan nede requyred to knowe what Israel shulde do) two hundreth captaynes, and all their brethren folowed their worde. 33 Of Sabulon, soch as wente forth in the hoost to ye warre, ready with all maner of weapens for the battayll, fyftye thousande, beynge of one mynde to kepe them selues in ordre. 34 Of Nephtali, a thousande captaynes, & with them soch as handled shylde and speare, seuen and thyrtie thousande. 35 Of Dan, ready harnessed to the battayll, eight and twentye thousande, and sixe hundreth. 36 Of Asser, soch as wente forth in ye hoost, ready harnessed to the battayll, fortye thousande 37 From beyonde Iordane, of the Rubenites, Gaddites and the halfe trybe of Manasses, with all maner of weapens to the battayll, an hudreth and twentye thousande. 38 All these men of warre, ready harnessed to the battayll, came with a whole hert vnto Hebron, to make Dauid kynge ouer all Israel. And all Israel besyde were of one hert, that Dauid shulde be made kynge. 39 And there were they with Dauid thre dayes, eatynge and drynkynge: for their brethren had prepared for them. 40 And soch neghbours as were aboute them vntyll Isachar, Zabulon and Nephtali, brought bred vpon Asses, Camels, Mules and oxen to eate: meel, fyges, rasens, wyne, oyle, oxen, shepe, very many: for there was ioye in Israel.

Ephesians 5:30

30 For we are membres of his body, of his flesh and of his bones.

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