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from the tribe 1 of Joseph, namely, the tribe of Manasseh, Gaddi son of Susi;
Nibshan, the city of Salt, and En Gedi – a total of six cities and their towns.
(24:1) 1 Then David went up from there and stayed in the strongholds of En Gedi.
My beloved is like a cluster of henna blossoms 1 in the vineyards of En-Gedi. 2
The first of the firstfruits of your soil you must bring to the house of the Lord your God. “You must not cook a young goat in its mother’s milk. 1
“The first of the firstfruits of your soil you must bring to the house of the Lord your God. You must not cook a young goat in its mother’s milk.” 1
Manoah said to the Lord’s messenger, “Please stay here awhile, 1 so we can prepare a young goat for you to eat.” 2
He replied, “I’ll send you a young goat from the flock.” She asked, “Will you give me a pledge until you send it?” 1
Then Judah had his friend Hirah 1 the Adullamite take a young goat to get back from the woman the items he had given in pledge, 2 but Hirah 3 could not find her.
Manoah took a young goat and a grain offering and offered them on a rock to the Lord. The Lord’s messenger did an amazing thing as Manoah and his wife watched. 1
(24:2) When Saul returned from pursuing the Philistines, they told him, “Look, David is in the desert of En Gedi.”
Menahem son of Gadi went up from Tirzah to 1 Samaria and attacked Shallum son of Jabesh. 2 He killed him and took his place as king.
In the thirty-ninth year of King Azariah’s reign over Judah, Menahem son of Gadi became king over Israel. He reigned for twelve years in Samaria. 1
Messengers 1 arrived and reported to Jehoshaphat, “A huge army is attacking you from the other side of the Dead Sea, 2 from the direction of Edom. 3 Look, they are in Hazezon Tamar (that is, En Gedi).”
A wolf will reside 1 with a lamb, and a leopard will lie down with a young goat; an ox and a young lion will graze together, 2 as a small child leads them along.
You may not eat any corpse, though you may give it to the resident foreigner who is living in your villages 1 and he may eat it, or you may sell it to a foreigner. You are a people holy to the Lord your God. Do not boil a young goat in its mother’s milk. 2
Gideon went and prepared a young goat, 1 along with unleavened bread made from an ephah of flour. He put the meat in a basket and the broth in a pot. He brought the food 2 to him under the oak tree and presented it to him.
Fishermen will stand beside it; from Engedi to En-eglaim they will spread nets. They will catch many kinds of fish, like the fish of the Great Sea. 1