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Your servant 1 has two sons. When the two of them got into a fight in the field, there was no one present who could intervene. One of them struck the other and killed him.
Each one struck down an enemy soldier; 1 the Syrians fled and Israel chased them. King Ben Hadad of Syria escaped on horseback with some horsemen.
The Moabites 1 said, “It’s blood! The kings are totally destroyed! 2 They have struck one another down! Now, Moab, seize the plunder!”
He joined Ahab’s son Joram in a battle against King Hazael of Syria at Ramoth Gilead in which the Syrians defeated Joram.
Jehoiada 1 led out the king’s son and placed on him the crown and the royal insignia. 2 They proclaimed him king and poured olive oil on his head. 3 They clapped their hands and cried out, “Long live the king!”
The Philistines stayed right on the heels of 1 Saul and his sons. They 2 struck down Saul’s 3 sons Jonathan, Abinadab, and Malki-Shua.
Abijah and his army thoroughly defeated them; 1 500,000 well-trained Israelite men fell dead. 2
The people of the land executed all who had conspired against King Amon, and they 1 made his son Josiah king in his place.
In the fourteenth year, Kedorlaomer and the kings who were his allies came and defeated 1 the Rephaites in Ashteroth Karnaim, the Zuzites in Ham, the Emites in Shaveh Kiriathaim,
The Israelite foremen whom Pharaoh’s slave masters had set over them were beaten and were asked, 1 “Why did you not complete your requirement for brickmaking as in the past – both yesterday and today?” 2
They returned and reported to Joshua, 1 “Don’t send the whole army. 2 About two or three thousand men are adequate to defeat Ai. 3 Don’t tire out the whole army, for Ai is small.” 4
The men of Ai killed about thirty-six of them and chased them from in front of the city gate all the way to the fissures 1 and defeated them on the steep slope. 2 The people’s 3 courage melted away like water. 4
At the same time the men who had taken the city came out to fight, and the men of Ai were trapped in the middle. 1 The Israelites struck them down, leaving no survivors or refugees.
When Israel had finished killing all the men 1 of Ai who had chased them toward the desert 2 (they all fell by the sword), 3 all Israel returned to Ai and put the sword to it.
(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 )
Jephthah assembled all the men of Gilead and they fought with Ephraim. The men of Gilead defeated Ephraim, because the Ephraimites insulted them, saying, 1 “You Gileadites are refugees in Ephraim, living within Ephraim’s and Manasseh’s territory.” 2
Now the Danites 1 took what Micah had made, as well as his priest, and came to Laish, where the people were undisturbed and unsuspecting. They struck them down with the sword and burned the city. 2
The rest 1 turned and ran toward the wilderness, heading toward the cliff of Rimmon. But the Israelites 2 caught 3 five thousand of them on the main roads. They stayed right on their heels 4 all the way to Gidom and struck down two thousand more.
The next day Saul placed the people in three groups. They went to the Ammonite camp during the morning watch and struck them 1 down until the hottest part of the day. The survivors scattered; no two of them remained together.
On the third day David and his men came to Ziklag. Now the Amalekites had raided the Negev and Ziklag. They attacked Ziklag and burned it. 1