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1 Samuel 10:10 LEB

10 When they went from there to Gibeah, a procession of prophets met him, and the Spirit of God rushed upon him, and he prophesied among them.

References for 1 Samuel 10:10

    • n 10:10 - Or "came upon him in power"

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      • a 10:1 - Literally "Is it not that"
      • b 10:2 - Literally "the day"
      • c 10:2 - Literally "has given up the matter of"
      • d 10:2 - Here the pronoun is plural, referring to Saul and his servant
      • e 10:4 - Literally "they will ask peace for you"
      • f 10:5 - Or "to Gibeath Elohim," which means "the hill of God"
      • g 10:5 - Or "garrisons" or "overseers"
      • h 10:5 - Literally "and will it happen that as you enter"
      • i 10:6 - Or "will come upon you in power"
      • j 10:6 - Literally "another man"
      • k 10:8 - Literally "to sacrifice sacrifices of"
      • l 10:9 - Literally "And it happened as he turned"
      • m 10:9 - Literally "gave for him another"
      • n 10:10 - Or "came upon him in power"
      • o 10:11 - Literally "and it happened"
      • p 10:11 - Literally "three days from yesterday"
      • q 10:18 - Literally "sons/children of Israel"
      • r 10:22 - Literally "Did he come still here a man"
      • s 10:26 - Hebrew "heart"
      • t 10:27 - Literally "sons of wickedness"
      • u 10:27 - The Dead Sea Scrolls contained a nearly complete scroll of 1 and 2 Samuel, the oldest Hebrew manuscript extant. There is a story therein that provides a setting for the acts of Nahash in 1 Samuel 11, which otherwise seems to occur obtrusively. This story may be translated: "Now Nahash, king of the Ammonites, harshly tormented the Gadites and the Reubenites, and he gouged out all their right eyes, and struck terror [and dread] in Israel. No Israelite beyond the Jordan remained whose right eye was not gouged out by Nahash king of the Ammonites, except for seven thousand men who had fled from the Ammonites and entered Jabesh Gilead. About a month later ..." This early text leaves off with 11:1 at this point