1 Chronicles 11:25
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New International Version
He was held in greater honor than any of the Thirty, but he was not included among the Three. And David put him in charge of his bodyguard.

King James Bible
Behold, he was honourable among the thirty, but attained not to the first three: and David set him over his guard.

Darby Bible Translation
Behold, he was honoured above the thirty, but he did not attain to the [first] three. And David set him in his council.

World English Bible
Behold, he was more honorable than the thirty, but he didn't attain to the [first] three: and David set him over his guard.

Young's Literal Translation
Of the thirty, lo, he is honoured, and unto the first three he hath not come, and David setteth him over his guard.

1 Chronicles 11:25 Parallel
Commentary
Clarke's Commentary on the Bible

David set him over his guard - "Made him chief ruler over his disciples." - T.

For other particulars, see the notes on the parallel places, where the subject is farther considered.

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but attained

1 Chronicles 11:21 Of the three, he was more honorable than the two; for he was their captain: however, he attained not to the first three.

David

2 Samuel 20:23 Now Joab was over all the host of Israel: and Benaiah the son of Jehoiada was over the Cherethites and over the Pelethites:

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