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The Lord was with the men of Judah. They conquered 1 the hill country, but they could not 2 conquer the people living in the coastal plain, because they had chariots with iron-rimmed wheels. 3
The Amorites managed 1 to remain in Har Heres, 2 Aijalon, and Shaalbim. Whenever the tribe of Joseph was strong militarily, 3 the Amorites were forced to do hard labor.
She would sit 1 under the Date Palm Tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel 2 in the Ephraimite hill country. The Israelites would come up to her to have their disputes settled. 3
The leaders of Shechem rebelled against Abimelech by putting 1 bandits in 2 the hills, who robbed everyone who traveled by on the road. But Abimelech found out about it. 3
After Abimelech’s death, 1 Tola son of Puah, grandson 2 of Dodo, from the tribe of Issachar, 3 rose up to deliver Israel. He lived in Shamir in the Ephraimite hill country.
He said, “You may go.” He permitted her to leave 1 for two months. She went with her friends and mourned her virginity as she walked through the hills. 2
This man left the town of Bethlehem in Judah to find another place to live. He came to the Ephraimite hill country and made his way to Micah’s house. 1
So Saul 1 crossed through the hill country of Ephraim, passing through the land of Shalisha, but they did not find them. So they crossed through the land of Shaalim, but they were not there. Then he crossed through the land of Benjamin, and still they did not find them.
When all the Israelites who had hidden themselves in the hill country of Ephraim heard that the Philistines had fled, they too pursued them in battle.
David stayed in the strongholds that were in the desert and in the hill country of the desert of Ziph. Saul looked for him all the time, 1 but God did not deliver David 2 into his hand.
Riding on her donkey, she went down under cover of the mountain. David and his men were coming down to meet her, and she encountered them.
The next day, when the Philistines came to strip loot from the corpses, they discovered Saul and his three sons lying dead 1 on Mount Gilboa.
The young man who was telling him this 1 said, “I just happened to be on Mount Gilboa and came across Saul leaning on his spear for support. The chariots and leaders of the horsemen were in hot pursuit of him.
In the meantime Absalom fled. When the servant who was the watchman looked up, he saw many people coming from the west 1 on a road beside the hill.
So David and his men went on their way. But Shimei kept going along the side of the hill opposite him, yelling curses as he threw stones and dirt at them. 1
Furthermore, 1 on the hill east of Jerusalem 2 Solomon built a high place 3 for the detestable Moabite god Chemosh 4 and for the detestable Ammonite god Milcom. 5
1 Jeroboam built up Shechem in the Ephraimite hill country and lived there. From there he went out and built up Penuel.
So he got up and ate and drank. That meal gave him the strength to travel forty days and forty nights until he reached Horeb, the mountain of God.
Five hundred men of Simeon, led by Pelatiah, Neariah, Rephaiah, and Uzziel, the sons of Ishi, went to the hill country of Seir
The half-tribe of Manasseh settled in the land from Bashan as far as Baal Hermon, Senir, and Mount Hermon. They grew in number.