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Asa and King Nadab of Israel were continually at war with each other.
He ordered, “Whether they come in peace or to do battle, take them alive.” 1
There was no war between Syria and Israel for three years. 1
Because God fought for them, 1 they killed many of the enemy. 2 They dispossessed the Hagrites and lived in their land until the exile. 3
The battle was thick 1 around Saul; the archers spotted him and wounded him. 2
From Dan there were 28,600 men prepared for battle.
From Asher there were 40,000 warriors prepared for battle.
The Ammonites marched out and were deployed for battle at the entrance to the city, while the kings who had come were by themselves in the field.
So Joab and his men 1 marched toward the Arameans to do battle, and they fled before him.
The men of Judah turned around and realized they were being attacked from the front and the rear. 1 So they cried out for help to the Lord. The priests blew their trumpets,
and Asa went out to oppose him. They deployed for battle in the Valley of Zephathah near Mareshah.
There was no more war until the thirty-fifth year of Asa’s reign.
He had many supplies stored in the cities of Judah and an army of skilled warriors stationed in Jerusalem. 1
Later the Moabites and Ammonites, along with some of the Meunites, 1 attacked Jehoshaphat.
When Hezekiah saw that Sennacherib had invaded and intended to attack Jerusalem, 1
At the sound of the trumpet, it says, ‘Aha!’ And from a distance it catches the scent of battle, the thunderous shouting of commanders, and the battle cries.
Who is this majestic king? 1 The Lord who is strong and mighty! The Lord who is mighty in battle!
There he shattered the arrows, 1 the shield, the sword, and the rest of the weapons of war. 2 (Selah)
who plan ways to harm me. 1 All day long they stir up conflict. 2
By David. The Lord, my protector, 2 deserves praise 3 – the one who trains my hands for battle, 4 and my fingers for war,