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Gideon took a hundred men to the edge of the camp 1 at the beginning of the middle watch, just after they had changed the guards. They blew their trumpets and broke the jars they were carrying. 2
Samson spent half the night with the prostitute; then he got up in the middle of the night and left. 1 He grabbed the doors of the city gate, as well as the two posts, and pulled them right off, bar and all. 2 He put them on his shoulders and carried them up to the top of a hill east of Hebron. 3
May his blood whirl over 1 the head of Joab and the entire house of his father! 2 May the males of Joab’s house 3 never cease to have 4 someone with a running sore or a skin disease or one who works at the spindle 5 or one who falls by the sword or one who lacks food!”
So David issued orders to the soldiers and they put them to death. Then they cut off their hands and feet and hung them 1 near the pool in Hebron. But they took the head of Ish-bosheth 2 and buried it in the tomb of Abner 3 in Hebron. 4
So the Lord sent Nathan 1 to David. When he came to David, 2 Nathan 3 said, 4 “There were two men in a certain city, one rich and the other poor.
He took the crown of their king 1 from his head – it was gold, weighed about seventy-five pounds, 2 and held a precious stone – and it was placed on David’s head. He also took from the city a great deal of plunder.
Then the woman went to all the people with her wise advice and they cut off Sheba’s head and threw it out to Joab. Joab 1 blew the trumpet, and his men 2 dispersed from the city, each going to his own home. 3 Joab returned to the king in Jerusalem.
These are the names of David’s warriors: Josheb-Basshebeth, a Tahkemonite, was head of the officers. 1 He killed eight hundred men with his spear in one battle. 2
Abishai son of Zeruiah, the brother of Joab, was head of the three. 1 He killed three hundred men with his spear and gained fame among the three. 2
When he made the pillars, there were two rows of pomegranate-shaped ornaments around the latticework covering the top of each pillar. 1
The king 1 sent a captain and his fifty soldiers 2 to retrieve Elijah. 3 The captain 4 went up to him, while he was sitting on the top of a hill. 5 He told him, “Prophet, 6 the king says, ‘Come down!’”
In the thirty-seventh year of the exile of King Jehoiachin of Judah, on the twenty-seventh 1 day of the twelfth month, 2 King Evil-Merodach of Babylon, in the first year of his reign, pardoned 3 King Jehoiachin of Judah and released him 4 from prison.
This is the list of David’s warriors: 1 Jashobeam, a Hacmonite, was head of the officers. 2 He killed three hundred men with his spear in a single battle. 3
But a spirit 1 empowered 2 Amasai, the leader of the thirty warriors, and he said: 3 “We are yours, O David! We support 4 you, O son of Jesse! May you greatly prosper! 5 May those who help you prosper! 6 Indeed 7 your God helps you!” So David accepted them and made them leaders of raiding bands.
David took the crown from the head of their king 1 and wore it 2 (its weight was a talent 3 of gold and it was set with precious stones). He took a large amount of plunder from the city.
They refused to obey and did not recall your miracles that you had performed among them. Instead, they rebelled and appointed a leader to return to their bondage in Egypt. 1 But you are a God of forgiveness, merciful and compassionate, slow to get angry and unfailing in your loyal love. 2 You did not abandon them,
Mattaniah son of Mica, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph, the praise 1 leader who led in thanksgiving and prayer; Bakbukiah, second among his colleagues; and Abda son of Shammua, the son of Galal, the son of Jeduthun.
The withering flower, its beautiful splendor, situated at the head of a rich valley, will be like an early fig before harvest – as soon as someone notices it, he grabs it and swallows it. 1
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.”
The people say, 1 “Why are we just sitting here? Let us gather together inside the fortified cities. 2 Let us at least die there fighting, 3 since the Lord our God has condemned us to die. He has condemned us to drink the poison waters of judgment 4 because we have sinned against him. 5