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or what he did to Dathan and Abiram, 1 sons of Eliab the Reubenite, 2 when the earth opened its mouth in the middle of the Israelite camp 3 and swallowed them, their families, 4 their tents, and all the property they brought with them. 5
For the land where you are headed 1 is not like the land of Egypt from which you came, a land where you planted seed and which you irrigated by hand 2 like a vegetable garden.
Every place you set your foot 1 will be yours; your border will extend from the desert to Lebanon and from the River (that is, the Euphrates) as far as the Mediterranean Sea. 2
then his sister-in-law must approach him in view of the elders, remove his sandal from his foot, and spit in his face. 1 She will then respond, “Thus may it be done to any man who does not maintain his brother’s family line!” 2
Likewise, the most 1 tender and delicate of your women, who would never think of putting even the sole of her foot on the ground because of her daintiness, 2 will turn against her beloved husband, her sons and daughters,
and will secretly eat her afterbirth 1 and her newborn children 2 (since she has nothing else), 3 because of the severity of the siege by which your enemy will constrict you in your villages.
Among those nations you will have no rest nor will there be a place of peaceful rest for the soles of your feet, for there the Lord will give you an anxious heart, failing eyesight, and a spirit of despair.
When the feet 1 of the priests carrying the ark of the Lord, the Ruler 2 of the whole earth, touch 3 the water of the Jordan, the water coming downstream toward you will stop flowing and pile up.” 4
When the ones carrying the ark reached the Jordan and the feet of the priests carrying the ark touched the surface 1 of the water – (the Jordan is at flood stage all during harvest time) 2 –
Instruct them, ‘Pick up twelve stones from the middle of the Jordan, from the very place where the priests 1 stand firmly, and carry them over with you and put them in the place where you camp tonight.’”
Joshua also set up twelve stones 1 in the middle of the Jordan in the very place where the priests carrying the ark of the covenant stood. They remain there to this very day.
The priests carrying the ark of the covenant of the Lord came up from the middle of the Jordan, and as soon as they set foot on dry land, 1 the water of the Jordan flowed again and returned to flood stage. 2
The commander of the Lord’s army answered Joshua, “Remove your sandals from your feet, because the place where you stand is holy.” Joshua did so.
That day Moses made this solemn promise: 1 ‘Surely the land on which you walked 2 will belong to you and your descendants permanently, 3 for you remained loyal to the Lord your God.’
Adoni-Bezek said, “Seventy kings, with thumbs and big toes cut off, used to lick up 1 food scraps 2 under my table. God has repaid me for what I did to them.” 3 They brought him to Jerusalem, 4 where he died.
The Lord routed 1 Sisera, all his chariotry, and all his army with the edge of the sword. 2 Sisera jumped out of 3 his chariot and ran away on foot.
Now Sisera ran away on foot to the tent of Jael, wife of Heber the Kenite, for King Jabin of Hazor 1 and the family of Heber the Kenite had made a peace treaty. 2
He said to the men of Succoth, “Give 1 some loaves of bread to the men 2 who are following me, 3 because they are exhausted. I am chasing Zebah and Zalmunna, the kings of Midian.”
Go and make further arrangements. Determine precisely 1 where he is 2 and who has seen him there, for I am told that he is extremely cunning.
He came to the sheepfolds by the road, where there was a cave. Saul went into it to relieve himself. 1 Now David and his men were sitting in the recesses of the cave.