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May there be peace inside your defenses, and prosperity 1 inside your fortresses! 2
The chariots of Pharaoh 1 and his army he has thrown into the sea, and his chosen 2 officers were drowned 3 in the Red Sea.
When King Toi 1 of Hamath heard that David had defeated the entire army of Hadadezer,
I will harden 1 Pharaoh’s heart, and he will chase after them. I will gain honor 2 because of Pharaoh and because of all his army, and the Egyptians will know 3 that I am the Lord.” So this is what they did. 4
And as for me, I am going to harden 1 the hearts of the Egyptians so that 2 they will come after them, that I may be honored 3 because 4 of Pharaoh and his army and his chariots and his horsemen.
The water returned and covered the chariots and the horsemen and all the army of Pharaoh that was coming after the Israelites into the sea 1 – not so much as one of them survived! 2
When King Tou 1 of Hamath heard that David had defeated the entire army of King Hadadezer of Zobah,
in the third 1 year of his reign he provided a banquet for all his officials and his servants. The army 2 of Persia and Media 3 was present, 4 as well as the nobles and the officials of the provinces.
At that time 1 this song will be sung in the land of Judah: “We have a strong city! The Lord’s 2 deliverance, like walls and a rampart, makes it secure. 3
ח (Khet) The Lord was determined to tear down Daughter Zion’s wall. He prepared to knock it down; 1 he did not withdraw his hand from destroying. 2 He made the ramparts and fortified walls lament; together they mourned their ruin. 3
Do not fear, wild animals! 1 For the pastures of the wilderness are again green with grass. Indeed, the trees bear their fruit; the fig tree and the vine yield to their fullest. 2
I will make up for the years 1 that the ‘arbeh-locust 2 consumed your crops 3 – the yeleq-locust, the hasil-locust, and the gazam-locust – my great army 4 that I sent against you.
The exiles of this fortress 1 of the people of Israel will take possession 2 of what belongs to the people of Canaan, as far as Zarephath, 3 and the exiles of Jerusalem 4 who are in Sepharad 5 will take possession of the towns of the Negev.
You are no more secure 1 than Thebes 2 – she was located on the banks of the Nile; the waters surrounded her, her 3 rampart 4 was the sea, the water 5 was her wall.
So Joab’s men 1 came and laid siege against him in Abel of Beth Maacah. They prepared a siege ramp outside the city which stood against its outer rampart. As all of Joab’s soldiers were trying to break through 2 the wall so that it would collapse,
Now King Ben Hadad of Syria assembled all his army, along with thirty-two other kings with their horses and chariots. He marched against Samaria 1 and besieged and attacked it. 2
In the spring, at the time when kings normally conduct wars, 1 Joab led the army into battle and devastated the land of the Ammonites. He went and besieged Rabbah, while David stayed in Jerusalem. Joab defeated Rabbah and tore it down.
At that time Hanani the prophet 1 visited King Asa of Judah and said to him: “Because you relied on the king of Syria and did not rely on the Lord your God, the army of the king of Syria has escaped from your hand.
At the beginning 1 of the year the Syrian army attacked 2 Joash 3 and invaded Judah and Jerusalem. They wiped out all the leaders of the people and sent all the plunder they gathered to the king of Damascus.
Even though the invading Syrian army was relatively weak, the Lord handed over to them Judah’s very large army, 1 for the people of Judah 2 had abandoned the Lord God of their ancestors. The Syrians 3 gave Joash what he deserved. 4