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ahimelechの例文

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  • However, Ahimelech's son Abiathar escapes to tell David.
  • David flees to Ahimelech, priest of Nob, who only has holy bread.
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  • Doeg kills Ahimelech and eighty-five other priests and Saul orders the death of the entire population of Nob.
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  • In Mark Jesus says this was when Abiathar was high priest, while Samuel says the high priest was Ahimelech, Abiathar's father.
  • Saul's chief henchman, Doeg, had witnessed Ahimelech assisting David, so Saul has Doeg kill Ahimelech and all the people in Nob.
  • Saul's chief henchman, Doeg, had witnessed Ahimelech assisting David, so Saul has Doeg kill Ahimelech and all the people in Nob.
  • Since David abstains from the company of women on such journeys, Ahimelech allows David to take the bread and Goliath's sword which Ahimelech had been keeping.
  • Since David abstains from the company of women on such journeys, Ahimelech allows David to take the bread and Goliath's sword which Ahimelech had been keeping.
  • (2 . ) The father of Saul after the extermination of the family of Ahimelech, but it is very unlikely as there are apparently no references supporting this.
  • Doeg is an instance of the evil consequences of calumny, because by calumniating the priests of Nob he lost his own life, and caused the death of Saul, Ahimelech, and Abner.
  • Saul is later informed by his head shepherd, Doeg the Edomite, that high priest Ahimelech assisted David, giving him the sword of Goliath, which had been kept at the temple at Nob.
  • In the Bible, Nob is where David fled to the high priest Ahimelech, and where he received the sword of Goliath, which was kept ( 1 Samuel 21 : 1-9 ).
  • The death of Ahimelech, as the great-grandson of Eli, is seen as fulfilling part of the curse on the House of Eli that none of his male descendants would live to old age.
  • In this period the Hittites are mentioned as the ethnic label of two soldiers under king David ( around 1000 BC ), Ahimelech and Uriah; the latter is murdered by David for the sake of his wife Bathsheba.
  • Rabbinical literature linked the extermination of the male descendants of David with the extermination of the priests of Nob by Saul-deeming it divine retribution because David's action had provoked Saul's outburst-and also linked the survival of David's descendant Joash with that of Ahimelech's son Abiathar.
  • Ahijah ( also spelled Ahiah ), who is listed as his son in 1 Samuel 14 : 2-3, 18-19, may have been the same person as Ahimelech ( 1 Samuel 22 : 9-20 ), or he may have been another son of Ahitub ( probably an elder son if this was the case ).
  • Later Saul had Doeg the Edomite brought to him at Gibeah from Nob . ( 1 Samuel 22 : 6, 11 ) Saul was angry with Ahimelech for helping David, and Doeg put Ahimelech and the other priests to death, before killing all the men, women, children and animals of the town . ( 1 Samuel chapters 21 and 22)
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