Parallel Bible results for 1 Chronicles 11:5-15

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1 Chronicles 11:5-15

NLT 5 The people of Jebus said to David, "You will never get in here!" But David captured the fortress of Zion, now called the City of David. NIV 5 said to David, "You will not get in here." Nevertheless, David captured the fortress of Zion, the City of David. NLT 6 David had said to his troops, "Whoever leads the attack against the Jebusites will become the commander of my armies!" And Joab, the son of David's sister Zeruiah, led the attack, so he became the commander of David's armies. NIV 6 David had said, "Whoever leads the attack on the Jebusites will become commander-in-chief." Joab son of Zeruiah went up first, and so he received the command. NLT 7 David made the fortress his home, and that is why it is called the City of David. NIV 7 David then took up residence in the fortress, and so it was called the City of David. NLT 8 He extended the city from the Millo to the surrounding area, while Joab rebuilt the rest of Jerusalem. NIV 8 He built up the city around it, from the supporting terraces to the surrounding wall, while Joab restored the rest of the city. NLT 9 And David became more and more powerful, because the LORD Almighty was with him. NIV 9 And David became more and more powerful, because the LORD Almighty was with him. NLT 10 These are the leaders of David's mighty men. Together with all Israel, they determined to make David their king, just as the LORD had promised concerning Israel. NIV 10 These were the chiefs of David's mighty men--they, together with all Israel, gave his kingship strong support to extend it over the whole land, as the LORD had promised-- NLT 11 Here is the record of David's mightiest men: The first was Jashobeam the Hacmonite, who was commander of the Three -- the three greatest warriors among David's men. He once used his spear to kill three hundred enemy warriors in a single battle. NIV 11 this is the list of David's mighty men: Jashobeam, a Hacmonite, was chief of the officers; he raised his spear against three hundred men, whom he killed in one encounter. NLT 12 Next in rank among the Three was Eleazar son of Dodai, a descendant of Ahoah. NIV 12 Next to him was Eleazar son of Dodai the Ahohite, one of the three mighty men. NLT 13 He was with David in the battle against the Philistines at Pas-dammim. The battle took place in a field full of barley, and the Israelite army fled. NIV 13 He was with David at Pas Dammim when the Philistines gathered there for battle. At a place where there was a field full of barley, the troops fled from the Philistines. NLT 14 But Eleazar and David held their ground in the middle of the field and beat back the Philistines. So the LORD saved them by giving them a great victory. NIV 14 But they took their stand in the middle of the field. They defended it and struck the Philistines down, and the LORD brought about a great victory. NLT 15 Once when David was at the rock near the cave of Adullam, the Philistine army was camped in the valley of Rephaim. The Three (who were among the Thirty -- an elite group among David's fighting men) went down to meet him there. NIV 15 Three of the thirty chiefs came down to David to the rock at the cave of Adullam, while a band of Philistines was encamped in the Valley of Rephaim.