2 Samuel 22:19 Cross References - NSB

19 »When I was in trouble they attacked me. You O Sovereign Jehovah protected me.

1 Samuel 19:11-17

11 Saul sent messengers to watch David’s house and kill him in the morning. Michal, David’s wife advised him: »If you do not save yourself tonight, you will be dead tomorrow!« 12 Michal lowered David through a window. He ran away to escape. 13 Then Michal took some idols, laid them in the bed, put a goat-hair blanket at its head, and covered the idols with a garment. 14 Saul sent messengers to get David. Michal said: »He is sick.« 15 Then Saul sent messengers to see David. They said: »Bring him up to me on his bed. I will put him to death.« 16 The messengers entered. There, on the bed was the household idol with the quilt of goats’ hair at its head. 17 Saul said to Michal: »Why have you deceived me like this? You let my enemy go. He has escaped!« Michal said to Saul: »He said to me: ‘Let me go! Why should I kill you?’«

1 Samuel 23:26-27

26 Saul and his men were on one side of the hill. They were separated from David and his men, who were on the other side. They were hurrying to get away from Saul and his men, who were closing in on them and were about to capture them. 27 Just then a messenger arrived and said to Saul: »Come back at once! The Philistines are invading the country!«

2 Samuel 15:10-13

10 He sent messengers to all the tribes of Israel. He told them: »When you hear the sound of trumpets, shout: ‘Absalom is king in Hebron!’« 11 Absalom had two hundred men who at his invitation traveled from Jerusalem with him. They knew nothing of the plot and went in good faith. 12 Absalom was offering sacrifices. He sent for Ahithophel, David’s adviser, to come from his home in Giloh. Meanwhile, the conspiracy grew stronger. The number of people siding with Absalom kept getting larger. 13 A messenger told David: »Absalom has the hearts of the people of Israel.«

Psalms 18:18-19

18 On the day of my calamity, they confronted me, and Jehovah came to my support. 19 He brought me out to a wide-open place. He rescued me because he was pleased with me.

Psalms 23:4

4 Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for you are with me. Your rod and your staff they comfort me.

Psalms 71:20-21

20 You who have shown us many and bitter troubles, you will let me live. You will bring us up again from the depths of the earth. 21 Increase my honor and comfort me again.

Psalms 118:10-13

10 Many enemies were around me; but I destroyed them by the power of Jehovah! 11 They were around me on every side; but I destroyed them by the power of Jehovah! 12 They swarmed around me like bees, but they burned out as quickly as a brush fire; by the power of Jehovah I destroyed them. 13 I was fiercely attacked and was being defeated, but Jehovah helped me.

Isaiah 26:19

19 But your dead will live. Their bodies will rise. You, who dwell in the dust, wake up and shout for joy. Your dew is like the dew of the morning; the earth will give birth to her dead.

Isaiah 50:10

10 Who among you respects Jehovah and obeys his servant? Let those who walk in darkness and have no light trust the name of Jehovah and depend upon their God.

Matthew 27:39-44

39 People passing by spoke evil abuse to him. They wagged their heads 40 and said, »You who would destroy the Temple and rebuild it in three days, save yourself. If you are the Son of God come down from the stake.« 41 In like manner the chief priests, scribes, and elders mocked him. 42 They said: »He saved others, but cannot save himself. He is the King of Israel; let him now come down from the stake and we will believe in him.« 43 He trusts in God. Let him save him now if he wants him. After all he said: »I am the Son of God.« 44 The robbers that were impaled with him also insulted him.

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