Bible Cross References
1 Chronicles 13:13
So David did not take it with him to Jerusalem. Instead, he left it at the house of a man named Obed Edom, a native of the city of Gath.
1 Chronicles 13:14
It stayed there three months, and the LORD blessed Obed Edom's family and everything that belonged to him.
1 Chronicles 15:18
(SEE 15:17)
1 Chronicles 16:5
Asaph was appointed leader, with Zechariah as his assistant. Jeiel, Shemiramoth, Jehiel, Mattithiah, Eliab, Benaiah, Obed Edom, and Jeiel were to play harps. Asaph was to sound the cymbals,
1 Chronicles 26:4-8
There was also Obed Edom, whom God blessed by giving him eight sons, listed in order of age: Shemaiah, Jehozabad, Joah, Sachar, Nethanel,
Ammiel, Issachar, and Peullethai.
Obed Edom's oldest son, Shemaiah, had six sons: Othni, Rephael, Obed, Elzabad, Elihu, and Semachiah. They were important men in their clan because of their great ability; the last two were especially talented.
(SEE 26:6)
Obed Edom's family furnished a total of sixty-two highly qualified men for this work.
2 Samuel 4:3
Its original inhabitants had fled to Gittaim, where they have lived ever since.)
2 Samuel 15:19
and the king said to Ittai, their leader, "Why are you going with us? Go back and stay with the new king. You are a foreigner, a refugee away from your own country.
2 Samuel 18:2
Then he sent them out in three groups, with Joab and Joab's brother Abishai and Ittai from Gath, each in command of a group. And the king said to his men, "I will go with you myself."