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The battle there was spread out over the whole area, and the forest consumed more soldiers than the sword devoured that day.
That day the people stole away to go to the city the way people who are embarrassed steal away in fleeing from battle.
But Absalom, whom we anointed as our king, 1 has died in battle. So now why do you hesitate to bring the king back?” 2
Another battle was fought between the Philistines and Israel. So David went down with his soldiers 1 and fought the Philistines. David became exhausted.
Later there was another battle with the Philistines, this time in Gob. On that occasion Sibbekai the Hushathite killed Saph, who was one of the descendants of Rapha.
Solomon did not assign Israelites to these work crews; 1 the Israelites served as his soldiers, attendants, officers, charioteers, and commanders of his chariot forces. 2
Ahab asked, “By whom will this be accomplished?” 1 He answered, “This is what the Lord says, ‘By the servants of the district governors.’” Ahab 2 asked, “Who will launch the attack?” He answered, “You will.”
In the spring 1 Ben Hadad mustered the Syrian army 2 and marched to Aphek to fight Israel. 3
While the battle raged throughout the day, the king stood propped up in his chariot opposite the Syrians. He died in the evening; the blood from the wound ran down into the bottom of the chariot.
He joined Ahab’s son Joram in a battle against King Hazael of Syria at Ramoth Gilead in which the Syrians defeated Joram.
At that time King Rezin of Syria and King Pekah son of Remaliah of Israel attacked Jerusalem. 1 They besieged Ahaz, 2 but were unable to conquer him. 3
Your claim to have a strategy and military strength is just empty talk. 1 In whom are you trusting that you would dare to rebel against me?
The king of Babylon deported to Babylon all the soldiers (there were 7,000), as well as 1,000 craftsmen and metal workers. This included all the best warriors. 1
During the time of Saul they attacked the Hagrites and defeated them. They took over their territory in the entire eastern region of Gilead. 1
They received divine help in fighting them, and the Hagrites and all their allies were handed over to them. They cried out to God during the battle; he responded to their prayers because they trusted in him. 1
According to the genealogical records of their families, they had 36,000 warriors available for battle, for they had numerous wives and sons. 1
All these were the sons of Jediael. Listed in their genealogical records were 17,200 family leaders and warriors who were capable of marching out to battle.
These were the men who joined David in Ziklag, when he was banished 1 from the presence of Saul son of Kish. (They were among the warriors who assisted him in battle.
From the other side of the Jordan, from Reuben, Gad, and the half tribe of Manasseh, there were 120,000 men armed with all kinds of weapons.
When you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the trees, then attack. 1 For at that moment the Lord is going before you to strike down the army 2 of the Philistines.”