Ahinoam


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Ahinoam

(əhĭn`ōəm), in the Bible. 1 A wife of Saul. 2 One of David's early wives.
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The joyous "Boi Kallah" ("Come, O Bride"), sung by Ahinoam Nini (known as Noa), today accompanies many brides to the chuppah.
A few things are okay." But Ahinoam Perez disagrees with Lida and believes that she can feel the "spirit of the Omani culture" if she sees handicrafts and other antique items outside.
However, if God permitted polygamy to stand as an example not to be followed, then one wonders why conflict among David's wives--Michal, Abigail, Ahinoam, Maacah, Haggith, Abital, Eglah, and Bathsheba--is not mentioned.
Ahinoam Nini, a Jew of Yemeni origin, and Mira Awad, a Christian Arab from the Galilee, hope the strains of their song "There Must Be Another Way" will echo far beyond the Moscow arena hosting the contest from May 12 to 16.
The heir God wanted was not Amnon, son of Ahinoam, the Jezreelite (1 Chronicles 3:1) nor Absalom the son of Maacah, nor Adonijah the son of Haggith, but Solomon the son of Bathsheba.
Finally, regarding Ahinoam, "So there is a good chance that David's first wife was Saul's wife first" (p.
The upshot of this sin only becomes clear when David later pursued presumably "strong" Amalekites who had kidnapped many Judeans, among them his wives Ahinoam and Abigail.