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That very night the Lord’s messenger went out and killed 185,000 men in the Assyrian camp. When they 1 got up early the next morning, there were all the corpses. 2
The Reubenites, Gadites, and the half-tribe of Manasseh had 44,760 men in their combined armies, warriors who carried shields and swords, were equipped with bows, and were trained for war. 1
The sons of Tola: Uzzi, Rephaiah, Jeriel, Jahmai, Jibsam, 1 and Samuel. 2 They were leaders of their families. 3 In the time of David there were 22,600 warriors listed in Tola’s genealogical records. 4
The sons of Bela: Ezbon, Uzzi, Uzziel, Jerimoth, and Iri. The five of them were leaders of their families. There were 22,034 warriors listed in their genealogical records.
All these were the descendants of Asher. They were the leaders of their families, the most capable men, who were warriors and served as head chiefs. There were 26,000 warriors listed in their genealogical records as capable of doing battle. 1
When the Ammonites realized that David was disgusted with them, 1 Hanun and the Ammonites sent 1,000 talents 2 of silver to hire chariots and charioteers from Aram Naharaim, Aram Maacah, and Zobah. 3
They hired 32,000 chariots, along with the king of Maacah and his army, who came and camped in front of Medeba. The Ammonites also assembled from their cities and marched out to do battle.
The Arameans fled before Israel. David killed 7,000 1 Aramean charioteers and 40,000 infantrymen; he also killed Shophach 2 the commanding general.
As for the Hebronites: Hashabiah and his relatives, 1,700 respected men, were assigned responsibilities in Israel west of the Jordan; they did the Lord’s work and the king’s service.
What follows is a list of Israelite family leaders and commanders of units of a thousand and a hundred, as well as their officers who served the king in various matters. Each division was assigned to serve for one month during the year; each consisted of 24,000 men. 1
They donated for the service of God’s temple 5,000 talents 1 and ten thousand darics 2 of gold, 10,000 talents of silver, 18,000 talents of bronze, and 100,000 talents of iron.
Solomon took a census 1 of all the male resident foreigners in the land of Israel, after the census his father David had taken. There were 153,600 in all.
When Rehoboam arrived in Jerusalem, he summoned 180,000 skilled warriors from Judah and Benjamin 1 to attack Israel and restore the kingdom to Rehoboam.
Amaziah assembled the people of Judah 1 and assigned them by families to the commanders of units of a thousand and the commanders of units of a hundred for all Judah and Benjamin. He counted those twenty years old and up and discovered there were 300,000 young men of fighting age 2 equipped with spears and shields. 3
They commanded an army of 307,500 skilled and able warriors who were ready to defend 1 the king against his enemies.
From his own royal flocks and herds, Josiah supplied the people with 30,000 lambs and goats for the Passover sacrifice, as well as 3,000 cattle. 1
Some of the family leaders 1 contributed to the work. The governor contributed to the treasury 1,000 gold drachmas, 2 50 bowls, and 530 priestly garments.
The rest of the Jews who were throughout the provinces of the king assembled in order to stand up for themselves and to have rest from their enemies. They killed seventy-five thousand 1 of their adversaries, but they did not confiscate their property.
So the Lord blessed the second part of Job’s life more than the first. He had 14,000 sheep, 6,000 camels, 1,000 yoke of oxen, and 1,000 female donkeys.
One thousand will scurry at the battle cry of one enemy soldier; 1 at the battle cry of five enemy soldiers you will all run away, 2 until the remaining few are as isolated 3 as a flagpole on a mountaintop or a signal flag on a hill.”