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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.’
(The Danites failed to conquer their territory, 1 so they went up and fought with Leshem and captured it. They put the sword to it, took possession of it, and lived in it. They renamed it 2 Dan after their ancestor. 3 )
As the Lord had instructed, they gave him the city he requested – Timnath Serah in the Ephraimite hill country. He built up the city and lived in it.
The Israelites were satisfied with their report and gave thanks to God. 1 They said nothing more about launching an attack to destroy the land in which the Reubenites and Gadites lived. 2
I gave you a land in 1 which you had not worked hard; you took up residence in cities you did not build and you are eating the produce of 2 vineyards and olive groves you did not plant.’
For the Lord our God took us and our fathers out of slavery 1 in the land of Egypt 2 and performed these awesome miracles 3 before our very eyes. He continually protected us as we traveled and when we passed through nations. 4
Abimelech fought against the city all that day. He captured the city and killed all the people in it. Then he leveled 1 the city and spread salt over it. 2
No one came to the rescue because the city 1 was far from Sidon 2 and they had no dealings with anyone. 3 The city 4 was in a valley near Beth Rehob. The Danites 5 rebuilt the city and occupied it.
When they got near Jebus, it was getting quite late 1 and the servant 2 said to his master, “Come on, let’s stop at 3 this Jebusite city and spend the night in it.”
The men refused to listen to him, so the Levite 1 grabbed his concubine and made her go outside. 2 They raped 3 her and abused her all night long until morning. They let her go at dawn.
David ran and stood over the Philistine. He grabbed Goliath’s 1 sword, drew it from its sheath, 2 killed him, and cut off his head with it. When the Philistines saw their champion was dead, they ran away.
So Saul instructed his servants, “Find me a woman who is a medium, 1 so that I may go to her and inquire of her.” His servants replied to him, “There is a woman who is a medium in Endor.”
Saul said to his armor bearer, “Draw your sword and stab me with it! Otherwise these uncircumcised people will come, stab me, and torture me.” But his armor bearer refused to do it, because he was very afraid. So Saul took his sword and fell on it.
He removed 1 the people who were in it and made them do hard labor with saws, iron picks, and iron axes, putting them to work at the brick kiln. This was his policy 2 with all the Ammonite cities. Then David and all the army returned to Jerusalem. 3
Amasa did not protect himself from the knife in Joab’s other hand, and Joab 1 stabbed him in the abdomen, causing Amasa’s 2 intestines to spill out on the ground. There was no need to stab him again; the first blow was fatal. 3 Then Joab and his brother Abishai pursued Sheba son of Bicri.
then listen from heaven and forgive the sin of your servants, your people Israel. Certainly 1 you will then teach them the right way to live 2 and send rain on your land that you have given your people to possess. 3
“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
For the Lord gave me strict orders, 1 ‘Do not eat or drink 2 there; do not go back the way you came.’”
Some men came by 1 and saw the corpse lying in the road with the lion standing beside it. 2 They went and reported what they had seen 3 in the city where the old prophet lived.
Now King Ben Hadad of Syria assembled all his army, along with thirty-two other kings with their horses and chariots. He marched against Samaria 1 and besieged and attacked it. 2