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As they grappled with one another, each one stabbed his opponent with his sword and they fell dead together. 1 So that place is called the Field of Flints; 2 it is in Gibeon.
so they themselves can go into the crevices of the rocky cliffs and the openings under the rocky overhangs, 1 trying to escape the dreadful judgment of the Lord 2 and his royal splendor, when he rises up to terrify the earth. 3
Those who stay in this city will die in battle or of starvation or disease. Those who leave the city and surrender to the Babylonians who are besieging it will live. They will escape with their lives. 1
At that time the Babylonian forces 1 had temporarily given up their siege against Jerusalem. 2 They had had it under siege, but withdrew when they heard that the army of Pharaoh had set out from Egypt. 3 )
The king thereby allowed the Jews who were in every city to assemble and to stand up for themselves – to destroy, to kill, and to annihilate any army of whatever people or province that should become their adversaries, including their women and children, 1 and to confiscate their property.
that the Lord, the God of Israel, says, 1 ‘The forces at your disposal 2 are now outside the walls fighting against King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon and the Babylonians 3 who have you under siege. I will gather those forces back inside the city. 4