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(0.58)1Ki 3:4

The king went to Gibeon to offer sacrifices, for it had the most prominent of the high places. Solomon would offer up a thousand burnt sacrifices on the altar there.

(0.58)2Ki 15:19

Pul king of Assyria invaded the land, and Menahem paid him a thousand talents of silver to gain his support and to solidify his control of the kingdom.

(0.58)2Ki 24:16

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.

(0.58)1Ch 7:4

According to the genealogical records of their families, they had 36,000 warriors available for battle, for they had numerous wives and sons.

(0.58)1Ch 7:11

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.

(0.58)1Ch 9:13

Their relatives, who were leaders of their families, numbered 1,760. They were capable men who were assigned to carry out the various tasks of service in God’s temple.

(0.58)1Ch 12:30

From Ephraim there were 20,800 warriors, who had brought fame to their families.

(0.58)1Ch 12:31

From the half tribe of Manasseh there were 18,000 who had been designated by name to come and make David king.

(0.58)1Ch 12:33

From Zebulun there were 50,000 warriors who were prepared for battle, equipped with all kinds of weapons, and ready to give their undivided loyalty.

(0.58)1Ch 12:37

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.

(0.58)1Ch 18:5

The Arameans of Damascus came to help King Hadadezer of Zobah, but David killed 22,000 of the Arameans.

(0.58)1Ch 23:3

The Levites who were thirty years old and up were counted; there were 38,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 23:4

David said, “Of these, 24,000 are to direct the work of the Lord’s temple; 6,000 are to be officials and judges;

(0.58)1Ch 27:2

Jashobeam son of Zabdiel was in charge of the first division, which was assigned the first month. His division consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 27:4

Dodai the Ahohite was in charge of the division assigned the second month; Mikloth was the next in rank. His division consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 27:5

The third army commander, assigned the third month, was Benaiah son of Jehoiada the priest. He was the leader of his division, which consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 27:7

The fourth, assigned the fourth month, was Asahel, brother of Joab; his son Zebadiah succeeded him. His division consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 27:10

The seventh, assigned the seventh month, was Helez the Pelonite, an Ephraimite. His division consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 27:14

The eleventh, assigned the eleventh month, was Benaiah the Pirathonite, an Ephraimite. His division consisted of 24,000 men.

(0.58)1Ch 27:15

The twelfth, assigned the twelfth month, was Heldai the Netophathite, a descendant of Othniel. His division consisted of 24,000 men.