Bible Cross References
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1 Samuel 1:22
But this time Hannah did not go. She told her husband, "As soon as the child is weaned, I will take him to the house of the LORD, where he will stay all his life."
Psalm 131:2
Instead, I am content and at peace. As a child lies quietly in its mother's arms, so my heart is quiet within me.
Hosea 1:8
After Gomer had weaned her daughter, she became pregnant again and had another son.
Genesis 19:3
He kept on urging them, and finally they went with him to his house. Lot ordered his servants to bake some bread and prepare a fine meal for the guests. When it was ready, they ate it.
Genesis 26:30
Isaac prepared a feast for them, and they ate and drank.
Genesis 29:22
So Laban gave a wedding feast and invited everyone.
Genesis 40:20
On his birthday three days later the king gave a banquet for all his officials; he released his wine steward and his chief baker and brought them before his officials.
Judges 14:10
His father went to the woman's house, and Samson gave a banquet there. This was a custom among the young men.
Judges 14:12
Samson said to them, "Let me tell you a riddle. I'll bet each one of you a piece of fine linen and a change of fine clothes that you can't tell me its meaning before the seven days of the wedding feast are over." "Tell us your riddle," they said. "Let's hear it."
1 Samuel 25:36
Abigail went back to Nabal, who was at home having a feast fit for a king. He was drunk and in a good mood, so she did not tell him anything until the next morning.
2 Samuel 3:20
When Abner came to David at Hebron with twenty men, David gave a feast for them.
1 Kings 3:15
Solomon woke up and realized that God had spoken to him in the dream. Then he went to Jerusalem and stood in front of the LORD's Covenant Box and offered burnt offerings and fellowship offerings to the LORD. After that he gave a feast for all his officials.
Esther 1:3
In the third year of his reign he gave a banquet for all his officials and administrators. The armies of Persia and Media were present, as well as the governors and noblemen of the provinces.