2 Samuel 7:7

Overview - 2 Samuel 7
Nathan, first approving the purpose of David to build God a house,
after by the word of God forbids him.
12 God promises him benefits and blessings in his seed.
18 David's prayer and thanksgiving.
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

2 Samuel 7:7  (King James Version)
In all the places wherein I have walked with all the children of Israel spake I a word with any of the tribes of Israel, whom I commanded to feed my people Israel, saying, Why build ye not me an house of cedar?

Leviticus 26:11 Leviticus 26:12

any of the tribes
1 Chronicles 17:6

any of the judges
Instead of [shbty,] {shivtey,} "tribes," we should probably read, with Houbigant, Drs
Waterland and A. Clarke, and others, [shpty,] {shophtey,} "judges;" which is the reading in the parallel passage. Indeed there is but one letter of difference between them, and letters which might be easily mistaken for each other; the apex under the upper stroke of the [p,] {pay,} being the only mark to distinguish it from the [b,] {baith
} Compare with ver. 11.

5:2 Psalms 78:71 Psalms 78:72 ; Isaiah 40:11 ; Jeremiah 3:15 ; 23:4 Ezekiel 34:2 Ezekiel 34:15 Ezekiel 34:23
Micah 5:4 ; Matthew 2:6 ; *marg:
John 21:15-17 ; Acts 20:28 ; 21:28 1 Peter 5:1