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3 Ahab had called Obadiah, who was in charge of the palace affairs. (Obadiah greatly feared the Lord.
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4 When Jezebel killed the Lord’s prophets, Obadiah took one hundred of them and hid them, fifty each in two caves. He supplied them with food and water.)
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5 Ahab said to Obadiah, “Go throughout the land and check every spring of water and every brook. Perhaps we can find some grass to keep our horses and mules alive so we don’t have to kill any of them.”
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6 To search, they divided the land between themselves. Ahab went one way by himself, while Obadiah went a different way by himself.
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7 While Obadiah was out searching, suddenly Elijah met up with him. When Obadiah saw him, he fell on his face. “My master!” he said. “Are you Elijah?”
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9 Then Obadiah said, “How have I sinned that you are handing me, your servant, over to Ahab so he can kill me?
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16 So Obadiah went to meet Ahab. He told him what had happened. Then Ahab went to meet Elijah.
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21 Hananiah’s family: Pelatiah, Jeshaiah, Rephaiah’s family, Arnan’s family, Obadiah’s family, and Shecaniah’s family.
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3 Uzzi’s family: Izrahiah; and Izrahiah’s family—Michael, Obadiah, Joel, and Isshiah—five in all, and all of them leaders.
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38 Azel had six sons, named Azrikam, his oldest, Ishmael, Sheariah, Azariah, Obadiah, and Hanan. All these were in Azel’s family.