Then Jesus, realizing that they were about to come and take him by force to make him king, withdrew again to the hillside by himself.
They will wage war against the lamb, but the lamb will conquer them because he is Lord of lords and King of kings. Those who are called, chosen, and faithful are with him."
I'm going to cause you to have many descendants, and I'll bring nations from you. Kings will come from you.
In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.
1 Kings 19:15
The LORD replied to him, "Go! Return to Damascus, and when you get there, anoint Hazael as king over Aram,
1 Kings 19:16
anoint Nimshi's son Jehu as king over Israel, and anoint Shaphat's son Elisha from Abel-meholah as a prophet to replace you.
2 Kings 9:3
take the flask of oil, and pour it out on his head. Then tell him, "This is what the LORD says: I'm anointing you king over Israel.' Then open the door and leave. Don't linger there!"
2 Kings 9:6
So Jehu got up and went inside the house, and the young man told him, "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel says: "I have anointed you king over the people of the LORD that is, over Israel.
2 Kings 9:13
At this, each man quickly grabbed his own garment, placed it under him at the top of the stairs, sounded a trumpet, and announced, "Jehu is king!"
"Let's go attack Judah, let's terrorize it, and let's conquer it for ourselves. Then we'll install Tabeel's son as king!"'
Josiah's son King Zedekiah reigned in place of Jehoiakim's son Coniah, whom Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon had made king of the land of Judah.
All the men from Shechem and Beth-millo gathered together and set up Abimelech as king near the pillar erected in Shechem.
"But now as for you, you've rebelled against my father's house today. You've murdered his sons 70 men in one place, and you've installed Abimelech, the son of his mistress, as king to rule over the "lords" of Shechem, since he's related to you.
1 Samuel 9:16
"About this time tomorrow I'll send you a man from the land of Benjamin, and you are to anoint him as Commander-in-Chief over my people Israel. He'll deliver my people from the control of the Philistines, because I've seen the suffering of my people and because their cry has come up to me."
1 Samuel 11:15
So all the people went to Gilgal and there they made Saul king in the LORD's presence in Gilgal. There they sacrificed peace offerings in the LORD's presence, and there Saul and all the men of Israel rejoiced greatly.
1 Samuel 12:1
Then Samuel told all Israel, "Take note! I've listened to you, to everything you have told me, and I've appointed a king over you.
2 Samuel 2:4
After this, the army of Judah arrived, and they anointed David king over the house of Judah. There they informed David, "The men of Jabesh-gilead buried Saul."
2 Samuel 2:7
So strengthen yourselves, and be valiant in heart, because your lord Saul has died, and the household of Judah has anointed me to be king over them."
2 Samuel 3:17
Later, Abner had a talk with the elders of Israel. He said, "In the past you were looking to see David made king over you.
2 Samuel 3:21
So Abner told David, "Give me permission to go out and rally all of Israel to your majesty the king so they can enter into a formal agreement with you to reign over everything that your heart desires." So David sent Abner off, and he went away in peace.
1 Chronicles 12:31
The half-tribe of Manasseh supplied 18,000, who had been appointed specifically to come and establish David as king.
1 Chronicles 12:38
All these warriors arrived in battle order at Hebron, fully intending to establish David as king over all Israel. Furthermore, all of the rest of Israel were united in their intent to make David king.
2 Samuel 2:9
He installed him as king over Gilead, the Ashurites, Jezreel, Ephraim, Benjamin, and all of the rest of Israel.
1 Kings 12:20
Now when all of Israel heard that Jeroboam had returned, they sent for him and invited him to visit their assembly, where they installed him as king over all of Israel. Nobody (with the sole exception of the tribe of Judah) would align with David's dynasty.
2 Kings 11:12
Then he brought out the king's son, put the royal crown on him, presented him with the Testimony, and installed him as king. They anointed him, applauded, and said, "May the king live!"
1 Kings 16:16
The army at the encampment heard this report: "Zimri has conspired against the king and killed him." So the entire army of Israel made Omri, their commander, king over Israel.
1 Kings 12:1
Rehoboam traveled to Shechem because all of Israel went there to install him as king.
1 Kings 11:24
He raised an army and commanded a gang of raiders after David had eliminated those who lived in Zobah. Rezon and his army moved to Damascus, remained there, and Rezon ruled from Damascus.
1 Chronicles 23:1
After David had reached old age, and had completed his reign, he set his son Solomon as king over Israel.
1 Kings 16:21
The army of Israel was divided into two parties: half of the army were loyal to Ginath's son Tibni and wanted to make him king, and half were loyal to Omri.
2 Kings 14:21
All the people of Judah took Azariah, who was sixteen years old, and installed him as King to take the place of his father Amaziah.