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David sees the Angel of Pestilence "So the Lord sent a plague through Israel, and 70,000 Israelite men died.  God sent an angel to ravage Jerusalem. As he was doing so, the Lord watched and relented from his judgment. He told the angel who was destroying, aThataas enough! Stop now!aA Now the Lordaas angel was standing near the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. David looked up and saw the Lordaas messenger standing between the earth and sky with his sword drawn and in his hand, stretched out over Jerusalem. David and the leaders, covered with sackcloth, threw themselves down with their faces to the ground. (1 Chronicels, Chapter 21, 14-16). Woodcut after a drawing by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German painter, 1794 - 1872) from my archive, published in 1877." Angel stock illustration
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David sees the Angel of Pestilence "So the Lord sent a plague through Israel, and 70,000 Israelite men died. God sent an angel to ravage Jerusalem. As he was doing so, the Lord watched and relented from his judgment. He told the angel who was destroying, aThataas enough! Stop now!aA Now the Lordaas angel was standing near the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. David looked up and saw the Lordaas messenger standing between the earth and sky with his sword drawn and in his hand, stretched out over Jerusalem. David and the leaders, covered with sackcloth, threw themselves down with their faces to the ground. (1 Chronicels, Chapter 21, 14-16). Woodcut after a drawing by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German painter, 1794 - 1872) from my archive, published in 1877." Angel stock illustration
David sees the Angel of Pestilence "So the Lord sent a plague through Israel, and 70,000 Israelite men died.  God sent an angel to ravage Jerusalem. As he was doing so, the Lord watched and relented from his judgment. He told the angel who was destroying, aThataas enough! Stop now!aA Now the Lordaas angel was standing near the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. David looked up and saw the Lordaas messenger standing between the earth and sky with his sword drawn and in his hand, stretched out over Jerusalem. David and the leaders, covered with sackcloth, threw themselves down with their faces to the ground. (1 Chronicels, Chapter 21, 14-16). Woodcut after a drawing by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German painter, 1794 - 1872) from my archive, published in 1877." Angel stock illustration

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"So the Lord sent a plague through Israel, and 70,000 Israelite men died. God sent an angel to ravage Jerusalem. As he was doing so, the Lord watched and relented from his judgment. He told the angel who was destroying, aThataas enough! Stop now!aA Now the Lordaas angel was standing near the threshing floor of Ornan the Jebusite. David looked up and saw the Lordaas messenger standing between the earth and sky with his sword drawn and in his hand, stretched out over Jerusalem. David and the leaders, covered with sackcloth, threw themselves down with their faces to the ground. (1 Chronicels, Chapter 21, 14-16). Woodcut after a drawing by Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld (German painter, 1794 - 1872) from my archive, published in 1877."

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