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but a whole month, 1 until it comes out your nostrils and makes you sick, 2 because you have despised 3 the Lord who is among you and have wept before him, saying, “Why 4 did we ever come out of Egypt?”’”
and in the desert, where you saw him 1 carrying you along like a man carries his son. This he did everywhere you went until you came to this very place.”
Now the length of time it took for us to go from Kadesh Barnea to the crossing of Wadi Zered was thirty-eight years, time for all the military men of that generation to die, just as the Lord had vowed to them.
Jair, son of Manasseh, took all the Argob region as far as the border with the Geshurites 1 and Maacathites 2 (namely Bashan) and called it by his name, Havvoth-Jair, 3 which it retains to this very day.)
Remember – don’t ever forget 1 – how you provoked the Lord your God in the desert; from the time you left the land of Egypt until you came to this place you were constantly rebelling against him. 2
They 1 will devour the offspring of your livestock and the produce of your soil until you are destroyed. They will not leave you with any grain, new wine, olive oil, calves of your herds, 2 or lambs of your flocks 3 until they have destroyed you.
For the Lord your God dried up the water of the Jordan before you while you crossed over. It was just like when the Lord your God dried up the Red Sea before us while we crossed it. 1
Then they erected over him a large pile of stones (it remains to this very day 1 ) and the Lord’s anger subsided. So that place is called the Valley of Disaster to this very day.
The Lord handed them over to Israel and they struck them down and chased them all the way to Greater Sidon, 1 Misrephoth Maim, 2 and the Mizpah Valley to the east. They struck them down until no survivors remained.
The descendants of Joseph said to Joshua, “Why have you assigned us only one tribal allotment? After all, we have many people, for until now the Lord has enabled us to increase in number.” 1
He must remain 1 in that city until his case is decided by the assembly 2 and the high priest dies. 3 Then the one who committed manslaughter may return home to the city from which he escaped.” 4
Now Barak chased the chariots and the army all the way to Harosheth Haggoyim. Sisera’s whole army died 1 by the edge of the sword; not even one survived! 2
When the three hundred men blew their trumpets, the Lord caused the Midianites to attack one another with their swords 1 throughout 2 the camp. The army fled to Beth Shittah on the way to Zererah. They went 3 to the border of Abel Meholah near Tabbath.
The Levite 1 said to him, “We are traveling from Bethlehem 2 in Judah to the remote region of the Ephraimite hill country. That’s where I’m from. I had business in Bethlehem in Judah, but now I’m heading home. 3 But no one has invited me into their home.
The Israelites returned to the Benjaminite towns 1 and put the sword to them. They wiped out the cities, 2 the animals, and everything they could find. They set fire to every city in their path. 3
So her husband Elkanah said to her, “Do what you think best. 1 Stay until you have weaned him. May the Lord fulfill his promise.” 2 So the woman stayed and nursed her son until she had weaned him.
When Abigail went back to Nabal, he was holding a banquet in his house like that of the king. Nabal was having a good time 1 and was very intoxicated. She told him absolutely nothing 2 until morning’s light.
If he regroups in a city, all Israel will take up ropes to that city and drag it down to the valley, so that not a single pebble will be left there!”
So David and all the people who were with him got up and crossed the Jordan River. 1 By dawn there was not one person left who had not crossed the Jordan.
Baana son of Ahilud was in charge of Taanach and Megiddo, 1 as well as all of Beth Shan next to Zarethan below Jezreel, from Beth Shan to Abel Meholah and on past Jokmeam.