Adullam


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Adullam

(ədŭl`əm), in the Bible, border town of Judah, SW of Jerusalem. David hid in the Cave of Adullam when he fled from Saul. From here three of his men went to get him water from the well at Bethlehem.

Adullam

cave where David hid from Saul. [O. T.: I Samuel 22:1]
See: Refuge
References in classic literature ?
troglodytes dwelt with David in the Cave of Adullam.
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Kimhi (Radak) notes that Adullam, where Judah camped, is geographically south of Dothan, where the brothers were pasturing their flock in the previous chapter (Gen 37:17), thus Judah went down means that he traveled south.
These people met in pubs and clubs called Cave of Adullam or Dawn to Dusk, belonged to groups like Angry Penguins or the Sydney Push, were Heidelberg painters or writers and/or illustrated the Bulletin or OZ magazine.
In the past guerilla armies from David, seeking sanctuary in The Cave of Adullam, to Patrick Leigh Fermor and Stanley Moss spiriting Axis commander General Kreipe across the Cretan mountains, have sought refuge in the high ground.
Baker and his wife while serving as missionaries opened Adullam Home for teenage beggar boys on the streets Kotchiu, China.
Harlequins centre Jordan Turner-Hall is expected to be sidelined for at least a fortnight The heated gathering prompted the Adullam Homes Housing Association, which homes vulnerable people, to rehouse all the tenants.
He had already established something of a name for himself as one of the architects of the Cave of Adullam, the group of mainly Liberal members who, in 1867, opposed voting reform intended to expand the franchise.
Brothers' (AMGS); 1[male] 'Sweeping', 'South Africa, OFS / Adullam Farm area / Clarens 28.
Sobre as cavernas naturais ou artificiais citadas na Biblia, o mesmo ocorre: as cavernas de Machpelah, Adullam e En-Gedi, entre outras, sao retratadas no texto sagrado, surgindo tambem e, com frequencia, os termos: abismos, covas, fendas, grutas e cavernas.
The defeated individualists, despite being driven from the field even in the Conservative and Liberal parties, did not simply withdraw to private life in some modern version of the Cave of Adullam.