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(0.49)Jos 10:1

Adoni-Zedek, king of Jerusalem, 1  heard how Joshua captured Ai and annihilated it and its king as he did Jericho 2  and its king. 3  He also heard how 4  the people of Gibeon made peace with Israel and lived among them.

(0.48)Gen 13:3

And he journeyed from place to place 1  from the Negev as far as Bethel. 2  He returned 3  to the place where he had pitched his tent 4  at the beginning, between Bethel and Ai.

(0.44)Jos 8:20

When the men of Ai turned around, they saw 1  the smoke from the city ascending into the sky and were so shocked they were unable to flee in any direction. 2  In the meantime the men who were retreating to the desert turned against their pursuers.

(0.44)Jos 10:2

All Jerusalem was terrified 1  because Gibeon was a large city, like one of the royal cities. It was larger than Ai and all its men were warriors.

(0.42)Gen 12:8

Then he moved from there to the hill country east of Bethel 1  and pitched his tent, with Bethel on the west and Ai on the east. There he built an altar to the Lord and worshiped the Lord. 2 

(0.42)Jos 8:2

Do to Ai and its king what you did to Jericho 1  and its king, except you may plunder its goods and cattle. Set an ambush behind the city!”

(0.41)Jos 7:3

They returned and reported to Joshua, 1  “Don’t send the whole army. 2  About two or three thousand men are adequate to defeat Ai. 3  Don’t tire out the whole army, for Ai is small.” 4 

(0.40)Jos 7:5

The men of Ai killed about thirty-six of them and chased them from in front of the city gate all the way to the fissures 1  and defeated them on the steep slope. 2  The people’s 3  courage melted away like water. 4 

(0.38)Jos 8:14

When the king of Ai saw Israel, he and his whole army quickly got up the next day and went out to fight Israel at the meeting place near the Arabah. 1  But he did not realize 2  men were hiding behind the city. 3 

(0.38)Jos 8:29

He hung the king of Ai on a tree, leaving him exposed until evening. 1  At sunset Joshua ordered that his corpse be taken down from the tree. 2  They threw it down at the entrance of the city gate and erected over it a large pile of stones (it remains to this very day). 3 

(0.38)Jer 49:3

Wail, you people in Heshbon, because Ai in Ammon is destroyed. Cry out in anguish, you people in the villages surrounding 1  Rabbah. Put on sackcloth and cry out in mourning. Run about covered with gashes. 2  For your god Milcom will go into exile along with his priests and officials. 3 

(0.37)Jos 8:16

All the reinforcements 1  in Ai 2  were ordered 3  to chase them; they chased Joshua and were lured away from the city.

(0.26)Jos 8:22

At the same time the men who had taken the city came out to fight, and the men of Ai were trapped in the middle. 1  The Israelites struck them down, leaving no survivors or refugees.

(0.19)Pro 11:30

The fruit of the righteous is like 1  a tree producing life, 2  and the one who wins souls 3  is wise. 4 

(0.15)Deu 3:17

The Arabah and the Jordan River 1  were also a border, from the sea of Chinnereth 2  to the sea of the Arabah (that is, the Salt Sea), 3  beneath the watershed 4  of Pisgah 5  to the east.

(0.15)Jos 8:5

I and all the troops 1  who are with me will approach the city. When they come out to fight us like before, we will retreat from them.

(0.15)Pro 5:19

a loving doe, 1  a graceful deer; may her breasts satisfy you at all times, may you be captivated 2  by her love always.

(0.15)Jer 32:31

This will happen because 1  the people of this city have aroused my anger and my wrath since the time they built it until now. 2  They have made me so angry that I am determined to remove 3  it from my sight.

(0.13)1Sa 18:23

So Saul’s servants spoke these words privately 1  to David. David replied, “Is becoming the king’s son-in-law something insignificant to you? I’m just a poor and lightly-esteemed man!”

(0.13)Est 9:19

This is why the Jews who are in the rural country – those who live in rural cities – set aside the fourteenth day of the month of Adar as a holiday for happiness, banqueting, holiday, and sending gifts to one another.



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