1 Chronicles 18:3-11
New American Standard Bible
3 David also defeated Hadadezer king of Zobah as far as Hamath, as he went to establish his [a]rule to the river Euphrates. 4 David took from him a thousand chariots and seven thousand horsemen and twenty thousand foot soldiers, and David hamstrung almost all the chariot horses, but left enough of them for a hundred chariots.
5 When the Arameans of [b]Damascus came to help Hadadezer king (A)of Zobah, David [c]killed twenty-two thousand men of the Arameans. 6 Then David put garrisons among the Arameans of [d]Damascus; and the Arameans became servants to David, bringing tribute. And the Lord helped David wherever he went. 7 And David took the shields of gold which were [e]carried by the servants of Hadadezer, and brought them to Jerusalem. 8 Also from [f]Tibhath and Cun, cities of Hadadezer, David took a very large amount of bronze, with which (B)Solomon made the bronze [g]Sea and the pillars and the bronze utensils.
9 Now when [h]Tou king of Hamath heard that David had [i]defeated all the army of Hadadezer king of Zobah, 10 he sent [j]Hadoram his son to King David to [k]greet him and to bless him, because he had fought against Hadadezer and had [l]defeated him; for Hadadezer had been at war with Tou. And Hadoram brought all kinds of articles of gold and silver and bronze. 11 King David also dedicated these to the Lord, with the silver and the gold which he had carried away from all the nations: from Edom, Moab, the sons of Ammon, the Philistines, and from Amalek.Read full chapter
- 1 Chronicles 18:3 Lit hand
- 1 Chronicles 18:5 Heb Darmeseq
- 1 Chronicles 18:5 Lit struck
- 1 Chronicles 18:6 Heb Darmeseq
- 1 Chronicles 18:7 Lit on
- 1 Chronicles 18:8 In 2 Sam 8:8, Betah
- 1 Chronicles 18:8 I.e., large basin
- 1 Chronicles 18:9 In 2 Sam 8:9, Toi
- 1 Chronicles 18:9 Lit struck
- 1 Chronicles 18:10 In 2 Sam 8:10, Joram
- 1 Chronicles 18:10 Lit ask him of his welfare
- 1 Chronicles 18:10 Lit struck
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