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In the morning you must approach in tribal order. 1 The tribe the Lord selects 2 must approach by clans. The clan the Lord selects must approach by families. 3 The family the Lord selects must approach man by man. 4
When the men of the city got up the next morning, they saw 1 the Baal altar pulled down, the nearby Asherah pole cut down, and the second bull sacrificed on the newly built altar.
But Joash said to all those who confronted him, 1 “Must you fight Baal’s battles? 2 Must you rescue him? Whoever takes up his cause 3 will die by morning! 4 If he really is a god, let him fight his own battles! 5 After all, it was his altar that was pulled down.” 6
In the morning at sunrise quickly attack the city. When he and his men come out to fight you, do what you can to him.” 1
The Gazites were told, 1 “Samson has come here!” So they surrounded the town 2 and hid all night at the city gate, waiting for him to leave. 3 They relaxed 4 all night, thinking, 5 “He will not leave 6 until morning comes; 7 then we will kill him!”
The men refused to listen to him, so the Levite 1 grabbed his concubine and made her go outside. 2 They raped 3 her and abused her all night long until morning. They let her go at dawn.
But when they got up early the following day, Dagon was again lying on the ground before the ark of the Lord. The head of Dagon and his two hands were sheared off and were lying at the threshold. Only Dagon’s body was left intact. 1
Samuel replied to Saul, “I am the seer! Go up in front of me to the high place! Today you will eat with me and in the morning I will send you away. I will tell you everything that you are thinking. 1
The next day Saul placed the people in three groups. They went to the Ammonite camp during the morning watch and struck them 1 down until the hottest part of the day. The survivors scattered; no two of them remained together.
Saul said, “Let’s go down after the Philistines at night; we will rout 1 them until the break of day. 2 We won’t leave any of them alive!” 3 They replied, “Do whatever seems best to you.” 4 But the priest said, “Let’s approach God here.”
Then Samuel got up early to meet Saul the next morning. But Samuel was informed, “Saul has gone to Carmel where 1 he is setting up a monument for himself. Then Samuel left 2 and went down to Gilgal.” 3
So David got up early in the morning and entrusted the flock to someone else who would watch over it. 1 After loading up, he went just as Jesse had instructed him. He arrived at the camp 2 as the army was going out to the battle lines shouting its battle cry.
Saul sent messengers to David’s house to guard it and to kill him in the morning. Then David’s wife Michal told him, “If you do not save yourself 1 tonight, tomorrow you will be dead!”
Otherwise, as surely as the Lord, the God of Israel, lives – he who has prevented me from harming you – if you had not come so quickly to meet me, by morning’s light not even one male belonging to Nabal would have remained alive!”
When Abigail went back to Nabal, he was holding a banquet in his house like that of the king. Nabal was having a good time 1 and was very intoxicated. She told him absolutely nothing 2 until morning’s light.
So David and all the people who were with him got up and crossed the Jordan River. 1 By dawn there was not one person left who had not crossed the Jordan.
So they took a bull, as he had suggested, 1 and prepared it. They invoked the name of Baal from morning until noon, saying, “Baal, answer us.” But there was no sound and no answer. They jumped 2 around on the altar they had made. 3
Then they said to one another, “It’s not right what we’re doing! This is a day to celebrate, but we haven’t told anyone. 1 If we wait until dawn, 2 we’ll be punished. 3 So come on, let’s go and inform the royal palace.”
In the morning he went out and stood there. Then he said to all the people, “You are innocent. I conspired against my master and killed him. But who struck down all of these men?
That very night the Lord’s messenger went out and killed 185,000 men in the Assyrian camp. When they 1 got up early the next morning, there were all the corpses. 2