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But God appeared 1 to Abimelech in a dream at night and said to him, “You are as good as dead 2 because of the woman you have taken, for she is someone else’s wife.” 3
If the thief is not caught, 1 then the owner of the house will be brought before the judges 2 to see 3 whether he has laid 4 his hand on his neighbor’s goods.
Then on the next morning Balak took Balaam, and brought him up to Bamoth Baal. 1 From there he saw the extent of the nation.
Nebo, Baal Meon (with a change of name), and Sibmah. They renamed 1 the cities they built.
They traveled from Etham, and turned again to Pi-hahiroth, which is before Baal-Zephon; and they camped before Migdal.
These were the nations: 1 the five lords of the Philistines, all the Canaanites, the Sidonians, and the Hivites living in Mount Lebanon, from Mount Baal Hermon to Lebo-Hamath. 2
After Gideon died, the Israelites again prostituted themselves to the Baals. They made Baal-Berith 1 their god.
They paid him seventy silver shekels out of the temple of Baal-Berith. Abimelech then used the silver to hire some lawless, dangerous 1 men as his followers. 2
They replied, 1 “He was a hairy man 2 and had a leather belt 3 tied around his waist.” The king 4 said, “He is Elijah the Tishbite.”
When Baal-Hanan died, Hadad succeeded him; the name of his city was Pai. 1 His wife was Mehetabel, daughter of Matred, daughter of Me-Zahab.
The half-tribe of Manasseh settled in the land from Bashan as far as Baal Hermon, Senir, and Mount Hermon. They grew in number.
Baal-Hanan the Gederite was in charge of the olive and sycamore trees in the lowlands; 1 Joash was in charge of the storehouses of olive oil.
Rehum the commander 1 and Shimshai the scribe 2 wrote a letter concerning 3 Jerusalem to King Artaxerxes as follows:
From 1 Rehum the commander, Shimshai the scribe, and the rest of their colleagues – the judges, the rulers, the officials, the secretaries, the Erechites, the Babylonians, the people of Susa (that is, 2 the Elamites),
“Look, I am making you like 1 a sharp threshing sledge, new and double-edged. 2 You will thresh the mountains and crush them; you will make the hills like straw. 3
Things will go better for the nation that submits to the yoke of servitude to 1 the king of Babylon and is subject to him. I will leave that nation 2 in its native land. Its people can continue to farm it and live in it. I, the Lord, affirm it!”’” 3
So look, I am about to open up Moab’s flank, 1 eliminating the cities, 2 including its frontier cities, 3 the beauty of the land – Beth Jeshimoth, Baal Meon, and Kiriathaim.
It came to the two-horned ram that I had seen standing beside the canal and rushed against it with raging strength. 1
When I found Israel, it was like finding grapes in the wilderness. I viewed your ancestors 1 like an early fig on a fig tree in its first season. Then they came to Baal-Peor and they dedicated themselves to shame – they became as detestable as what they loved.
When Baal-Hanan the son of Achbor died, Hadad 1 reigned in his place; the name of his city was Pau. 2 His wife’s name was Mehetabel, the daughter of Matred, the daughter of Me-Zahab.