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Even Saul went to his home in Gibeah. With him went some brave men whose hearts God had touched.
She brought it to Saul and his servants, and they ate. Then they arose and left that same night.
All of Adonijah’s guests panicked; 1 they jumped up and rushed off their separate ways.
He said to them, “Go away for three days, then return to me.” So the people went away.
This caused Israel to sin; 1 the people went to Bethel and Dan to worship the calves. 2
The water flowed down all sides of the altar and filled the trench.
When he arrived at the hill, he took them from the servants 1 and put them in the house. Then he sent the men on their way. 2
But when they went to bury her, they found nothing left but 1 the skull, feet, and palms of the hands.
The Israelites followed in the sinful ways of Jeroboam son of Nebat and did not repudiate 1 them.
They went to the entrance of Gedor, to the east of the valley, looking for pasture for their sheep.
Then all the people returned to their homes, and David went to pronounce a blessing on his family. 1
Instead they have followed the stubborn inclinations of their own hearts. They have paid allegiance to 1 the gods called Baal, 2 as their fathers 3 taught them to do.
They set out to go to Egypt to get away from the Babylonians, 1 but stopped at Geruth Kimham 2 near Bethlehem. 3
When the men with a skin disease reached the edge of the camp, they entered a tent and had a meal. 1 They also took some silver, gold, and clothes and went and hid it all. 2 Then they went back and entered another tent. They looted it 3 and went and hid what they had taken.
Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering and put it on his son Isaac. Then he took the fire and the knife in his hand, 1 and the two of them walked on together.
Then Abraham returned to his servants, and they set out together 1 for Beer Sheba where Abraham stayed. 2
1 Then Moses led Israel to journey 2 away from the Red Sea. They went out to the Desert of Shur, walked for three days 3 into the desert, and found no water.
So the elders of Moab and the elders of Midian departed with the fee for divination in their hand. They came to Balaam and reported 1 to him the words of Balak.
They traveled from Pi-hahiroth, 1 and passed through the middle of the sea into the wilderness, and went three days’ journey in the wilderness of Etham, and camped in Marah.
They went and served other gods and worshiped them, gods they did not know and that he did not permit them to worship. 1