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1 Samuel 23:9 New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE)

When David found out that Saul was planning to harm him, he said to the priest Abiathar, “Bring the ephod here.”

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1 Samuel 30:7-8 New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE)

and said to Abiathar, the priest, son of Ahimelech, “Bring me the ephod!” When Abiathar brought him the ephod, David inquired of the Lord, “Shall I pursue these raiders? Can I overtake them?” The Lord answered him: Go in pursuit, for you will certainly overtake them and bring about a rescue.

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Judges 17:5 New American Bible (Revised Edition) (NABRE)

The man Micah had a shrine, and he made an ephod and teraphim,[a] and installed one of his sons, who became his priest.

Footnotes:

  1. 17:5 An ephod and teraphim: cultic paraphernalia. An ephod was a priestly garment, especially that worn by the high priest (cf. Ex 28 and 39), which contained a pocket for objects used for divination. Teraphim were household idols (Gn 31:19, 34–35; 1 Sm 19:13), which may also have had a divinatory function.
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