Nob: Probable Seat of the Tabernacle in Saul's Time
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Book 5 Footnotes
... This city Nob seems to have been the chief, or perhaps the only seat of the ... If he
saw them, as is most probable he did, he certainly expounded them of ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... half-dozen towns"Ramah, Anathoth, Michmash, and Nob, and thus ... women who "served at
the door of" the tabernacle. ... that he fell from off his seat backward by ...
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Against Jovinianus.
... priest to David when he fled to Nob: "If only ... in the sanctuary, both cherubim, and
mercy-seat, and the ... if Samuel who was brought up in the tabernacle married a ...
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1 Samuel 21:4,6,9
And the priest answered David, and said, There is no common bread under my hand, but there is hallowed bread; if the young men have kept themselves at least from women.
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Nob: A City of the Tribe of Benjamin

Nob: Called "The City of the Priests"

Nob: Destroyed by Saul

Nob: Probable Seat of the Tabernacle in Saul's Time

Nob: Prophecy Concerning

Nob: The Home of Ahimelech, the Priest

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