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“The elders 1 will listen 2 to you, and then you and the elders of Israel must go to the king of Egypt and tell him, ‘The Lord, the God of the Hebrews, has met 3 with us. So now, let us go 4 three days’ journey into the wilderness, so that we may sacrifice 5 to the Lord our God.’
And they said, “The God of the Hebrews has met with us. Let us go a three-day journey 1 into the desert so that we may sacrifice 2 to the Lord our God, so that he does not strike us with plague or the sword.” 3
1 When Pharaoh released 2 the people, God did not lead them 3 by the way to the land 4 of the Philistines, 5 although 6 that was nearby, for God said, 7 “Lest 8 the people change their minds 9 and return to Egypt when they experience war.”
Please let us pass through 1 your country. We will not pass through the fields or through the vineyards, nor will we drink water from any well. We will go by the King’s Highway; 2 we will not turn to the right or the left until we have passed through your region.’” 3
‘I see him, but not now; I behold him, but not close at hand. 1 A star 2 will march forth 3 out of Jacob, and a scepter 4 will rise out of Israel. He will crush the skulls 5 of Moab, and the heads 6 of all the sons of Sheth. 7
Then we left Horeb and passed through all that immense, forbidding wilderness that you saw on the way to the Amorite hill country as the Lord our God had commanded us to do, finally arriving at Kadesh Barnea.
The exception is Caleb son of Jephunneh; 1 he will see it and I will give him and his descendants the territory on which he has walked, because he has wholeheartedly followed me.” 2
When he arrived in Shiloh, Eli was sitting in his chair watching by the side of 1 the road, for he was very worried 2 about the ark of God. As the man entered the city to give his report, 3 the whole city cried out.
But keep an eye on it. If it should go up by the way of its own border to Beth Shemesh, then he has brought this great calamity on us. But if that is not the case, then we will know that it was not his hand that struck us; rather, it just happened to us by accident.”
Then the cows went directly on the road to Beth Shemesh. They went along, mooing as they went; they turned neither to the right nor to the left. The leaders of the Philistines were walking along behind them all the way to the border of Beth Shemesh.
David said to the priest, “Certainly women have been kept away from us, just as on previous occasions when I have set out. The soldiers’ 1 equipment is holy, even on an ordinary journey. How much more so will they be holy today, along with their equipment!”
So Joab and Abishai chased Abner. At sunset they came to the hill of Ammah near Giah on the way to the wilderness of Gibeon.
They had entered 1 the house while Ish-bosheth 2 was resting on his bed in his bedroom. They mortally wounded him 3 and then cut off his head. 4 Taking his head, 5 they traveled on the way of the Arabah all that night.
All the land was weeping loudly 1 as all these people were leaving. 2 As the king was crossing over the Kidron Valley, all the people were leaving 3 on the road that leads to the desert.
“When you direct your people to march out and fight their enemies, 1 and they direct their prayers to the Lord 2 toward his chosen city and this temple I built for your honor, 3
When they return to you with all their heart and being 1 in the land where they are held prisoner, 2 and direct their prayers to you toward the land you gave to their ancestors, your chosen city, and the temple I built for your honor, 3
At noon Elijah mocked them, “Yell louder! After all, he is a god; he may be deep in thought, or perhaps he stepped out for a moment or has taken a trip. Perhaps he is sleeping and needs to be awakened.” 1
while he went a day’s journey into the desert. He went and sat down under a shrub 1 and asked the Lord to take his life: 2 “I’ve had enough! Now, O Lord, take my life. After all, I’m no better than my ancestors.” 3
He followed in his father Asa’s footsteps and was careful to do what the Lord approved. 1 (22:44) 2 However, the high places were not eliminated; the people continued to offer sacrifices and burn incense on the high places.
When King Ahaziah of Judah saw what happened, he took off 1 up the road to Beth Haggan. Jehu chased him and ordered, “Shoot him too.” They shot him while he was driving his chariot up the ascent of Gur near Ibleam. 2 He fled to Megiddo 3 and died there.