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The Ammonite king said to Jephthah’s messengers, “Because Israel stole 1 my land when they 2 came up from Egypt – from the Arnon River in the south to the Jabbok River in the north, and as far west as the Jordan. 3 Now return it 4 peaceably!”
I have not done you wrong, 1 but you are doing wrong 2 by attacking me. May the Lord, the Judge, judge this day between the Israelites and the Ammonites!’”
The Lord’s spirit empowered 1 Jephthah. He passed through Gilead and Manasseh and went 2 to Mizpah in Gilead. From there he approached the Ammonites. 3
He defeated them from Aroer all the way to Minnith – twenty cities in all, even as far as Abel Keramim! He wiped them out! 1 The Israelites humiliated the Ammonites. 2
She said to him, “My father, since 1 you made an oath to the Lord, do to me as you promised. 2 After all, the Lord vindicated you before 3 your enemies, the Ammonites.”
The Ephraimites assembled 1 and crossed over to Zaphon. They said to Jephthah, “Why did you go and fight 2 with the Ammonites without asking 3 us to go with you? We will burn your house down right over you!” 4
When I saw that you were not going to help, 1 I risked my life 2 and advanced against 3 the Ammonites, and the Lord handed them over to me. Why have you come up 4 to fight with me today?”
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.
After Saul had secured his royal position over Israel, he fought against all their 1 enemies on all sides – the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, the kings of Zobah, and the Philistines. In every direction that he turned he was victorious. 2
David said, “I will express my loyalty 1 to Hanun son of Nahash just as his father was loyal 2 to me.” So David sent his servants with a message expressing sympathy over his father’s death. 3 When David’s servants entered the land of the Ammonites,
the Ammonite officials said to their lord Hanun, “Do you really think David is trying to honor your father by sending these messengers to express his sympathy? 1 No, David has sent his servants to you to get information about the city and spy on it so they can overthrow it!” 2
When all the kings who were subject to Hadadezer 1 saw they were defeated by Israel, they made peace with Israel and became subjects of Israel. 2 The Arameans were no longer willing to help the Ammonites.
In the spring of the year, at the time when kings 1 normally conduct wars, 2 David sent out Joab with his officers 3 and the entire Israelite army. 4 They defeated the Ammonites and besieged Rabbah. But David stayed behind in Jerusalem. 5
Why have you shown contempt for the word of the Lord by doing evil in my 1 sight? You have struck down Uriah the Hittite with the sword and you have taken his wife as your own! 2 You have killed him with the sword of the Ammonites.
He removed 1 the people who were in it and made them do hard labor with saws, iron picks, and iron axes, putting them to work at the brick kiln. This was his policy 2 with all the Ammonite cities. Then David and all the army returned to Jerusalem. 3
I am taking the kingdom from him 1 because they have 2 abandoned me and worshiped the Sidonian goddess Astarte, the Moabite god Chemosh, and the Ammonite god Milcom. They have not followed my instructions 3 by doing what I approve and obeying my rules and regulations, like Solomon’s father David did. 4
The king ruined the high places east of Jerusalem, south of the Mount of Destruction, 1 that King Solomon of Israel had built for the detestable Sidonian goddess Astarte, the detestable Moabite god Chemosh, and the horrible Ammonite god Milcom.
The Lord sent against him Babylonian, Syrian, Moabite, and Ammonite raiding bands; he sent them to destroy Judah, as he had warned he would do through his servants the prophets. 1
King David dedicated these things to the Lord, 1 along with the silver and gold which he had carried off from all the nations, including 2 Edom, 3 Moab, the Ammonites, the Philistines, and Amalek.
David said, “I will express my loyalty 1 to Hanun son of Nahash, for his father was loyal 2 to me.” So David sent messengers to express his sympathy over his father’s death. 3 When David’s servants entered Ammonite territory to visit Hanun and express the king’s sympathy, 4