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The temple attendants were living on Ophel, and Ziha and Gishpa were over them. 1
Saul, his son Jonathan, and the army that remained with them stayed in Gibeah in the territory of Benjamin, while the Philistines camped in Micmash. 1
While they were sitting at the table, the Lord spoke through the old prophet 1
and the temple servants who were living on Ophel worked 1 up to the area opposite the Water Gate toward the east and the protruding tower.
Three days after they made the treaty with them, the Israelites found out they were from the local area and lived nearby. 1
1 Joshua summoned the Gibeonites 2 and said to them, “Why did you trick 3 us by saying, ‘We live far away from you,’ when you really live nearby? 4
Now Elisha went back to Gilgal, while there was famine in the land. Some of the prophets were visiting him 1 and he told his servant, “Put the big pot on the fire 2 and boil some stew for the prophets.” 3
Some of the prophets 1 said to Elisha, “Look, the place where we meet with you 2 is too cramped 3 for us.
Now four men with a skin disease 1 were sitting at the entrance of the city gate. They said to one another, “Why are we just sitting here waiting to die? 2
When he arrived, the officers of the army were sitting there. 1 So he said, “I have a message for you, O officer.” 2 Jehu asked, “For which one of us?” 3 He replied, “For you, O officer.”
But each of these nations made 1 its own gods and put them in the shrines on the high places that the people of Samaria 2 had made. Each nation did this in the cities where they lived.
“Son of man, when the house of Israel was living on their own land, they defiled it by their behavior 1 and their deeds. In my sight their behavior was like the uncleanness of a woman having her monthly period.
You will say, “I will invade 1 a land of unwalled towns; I will advance against 2 those living quietly in security – all of them living without walls and barred gates –
But if you do not drive out the inhabitants of the land before you, then those whom you allow to remain will be irritants in your eyes and thorns in your side, and will cause you trouble in the land where you will be living.
Therefore do not defile the land that you will inhabit, in which I live, for I the Lord live among the Israelites.”
The Israelites were satisfied with their report and gave thanks to God. 1 They said nothing more about launching an attack to destroy the land in which the Reubenites and Gadites lived. 2
He came to the sheepfolds by the road, where there was a cave. Saul went into it to relieve himself. 1 Now David and his men were sitting in the recesses of the cave.
Now the king of Israel and King Jehoshaphat of Judah were sitting on their respective thrones, 1 dressed in their robes, at the threshing floor at the entrance of the gate of Samaria. 2 All the prophets were prophesying before them.
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
If you do this, 1 then the kings and princes who follow in David’s succession 2 and ride in chariots or on horses will continue to enter through these gates, as well as their officials and the people of Judah and the citizens of Jerusalem. 3 This city will always be filled with people. 4