2 Samuel 4:4 4 (Saul’s son Jonathan had a son named Mephibosheth, * who was crippled as a child. Contextual Overview 1 After the death of Saul, David returned from his victory over the Amalekites and spent two days in Ziklag. Then Recab and Baanah escaped.

He had torn his clothes and put dirt on his head to show that he was in mourning. New Living Translation How much more should I reward evil men who have killed an innocent man in his own house and on his own bed? 2 Now there were two brothers, Baanah and Recab, who were captains of Ishbosheth’s raiding parties.

Hophni and Phinehas, the sons of Eli, were also there with the Ark of the Covenant of God. 2 Now there were two brothers, Baanah and Recab, who were captains of Ishbosheth’s raiding parties.

The Assassination of Ish-bosheth. When Ishbosheth, Saul’s son, heard about Abner’s death at Hebron, he lost all courage, and all Israel became paralyzed with fear. 2 Samuel 4 Ish-bosheth Murdered. David’s Song of Praise. 13 He is the one who will build a house—a temple—for my name. 22 David sang this song to the Lord on the day the Lord rescued him from all his enemies and from Saul. They were sons of Rimmon, a member of the tribe of Benjamin who lived in Beeroth. 2 Samuel 4 - When Ishbosheth,* Saul's son, heard about Abner's death at Hebron, he lost all courage, and all Israel became paralyzed with fear. 2 As the troops heard of the king's deep grief for his son, the joy of that day's victory was turned into deep sadness.

2 On the third day a man arrived from Saul’s army camp.

He was five years old when the report came from Jezreel that Saul and Jonathan had been killed in battle. Saul’s son, heard about Abner’s death at Hebron, he lost all courage, and all Israel became paralyzed with fear. They were sons of Rimmon, a member of the tribe of Benjamin who lived in Beeroth.

He is my refuge, my savior,

2 Samuel 4:2 - NLT - Now there were two brothers, Baanah and Recab,... Study verse in the New Living Translation

2 Samuel 4 1 And when Saul's son heard that Abner was dead in Hebron, his hands were feeble, and all the Israelites were troubled. 4 When Ishbosheth, [] Saul’s son, heard about Abner’s death at Hebron, he lost all courage, and all Israel became paralyzed with fear. Commentary. 2 Samuel 4:7 - NLT - But before leaving, they cut off his head as he... Study verse in the New Living Translation 2 Samuel 22:1-51, NLT. 2 Now there were two brothers, Baanah and Recab, who were captains of Ishbosheth’s raiding parties. 4 1 When Ishbosheth, Saul's son, heard about Abner's death at Hebron, he lost all courage, and all Israel became paralyzed with fear. 2 Samuel 4 Ish-bosheth Murdered. Now Saul’s son had two men who were leaders of raiding bands. 2 Samuel 4:4 (Saul’s son Jonathan had a son named Mephibosheth, who was crippled as a child.

When the child’s nurse heard the news, she picked him up and ... Read verse in New Living Translation 1 One day David asked, “Is anyone in Saul’s family still alive—anyone to whom I can show kindness for Jonathan’s sake?” 2 He summoned a man named Ziba, who had been one of Saul’s servants. He was five years old when the report came from Jezreel that Saul and Jonathan had been killed in battle. 2 Samuel 4:4 New Living Translation (NLT).

2 Samuel 4:4 (Saul’s son Jonathan had a son named Mephibosheth, who was crippled as a child. c 4:6 As in Greek version; Hebrew reads So they went into the house pretending to fetch wheat, but they stabbed him in the stomach. He was five years old when Saul and Jonathan were killed at the battle of Jezreel.

2 Now there were two brothers, Baanah and Recab, who were captains of Ishbosheth's raiding parties. 2 Now there were two brothers, Baanah and Recab, who were captains of Ishbosheth’s raiding parties. 1 After the death of Saul, David returned from his victory over the Amalekites and spent two days in Ziklag.