Gad (2)

(gadh, "fortunate"): David's seer (chozeh, 1Ch 21:9; 29:29; 2Ch 29:25), or prophet (nabhi'; compare 1Sa 22:5; 2Sa 24:11). He appears (1) to advise David while an outlaw fleeing before Saul to return to the land of Judah (1Sa 22:5); (2) to rebuke David and give him his choice of punishments when, in spite of the advice of Joab and the traditional objections (compare Ex 30:11 ff), he had counted the children of Israel (2Sa 24:11; 1Ch 21:9 ff); (3) to instruct David to erect an altar on the threshing-floor of Araunah when the plague that had descended on Israel ceased (2Sa 24:18; 1Ch 21:18); and (4) to assist in the arrangement of Levitical music with cymbals, psalteries and harps (compare 2Ch 29:25). Of his writings none are known, though he is said to have written a history of a part of David's reign (1Ch 29:29).

See a list of verses on GAD in the Bible.

Ella Davis Isaacs

See the definition of gad in the KJV Dictionary

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

 
Bible Verses by Topic Nave's Bible Concordance McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia Online Bible KJV Dictionary
 

Scripture linking and popups powered by VerseClick™.