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We know our noisy worship of false gods on the hills and mountains did not help us. 1 We know that the Lord our God is the only one who can deliver Israel. 2
Elisha 1 said, “Open the east window,” and he did so. 2 Elisha said, “Shoot!” and he did so. 3 Elisha 4 said, “This arrow symbolizes the victory the Lord will give you over Syria. 5 You will annihilate Syria in Aphek!” 6
But Saul said, “No one will be killed on this day. For today the Lord has given Israel a victory!”
So the victory of that day was turned to mourning as far as all the people were concerned. For the people heard on that day, “The king is grieved over his son.”
Joab 1 said, “If the Arameans start to overpower me, 2 you come to my rescue. If the Ammonites start to overpower you, 3 I will come to your rescue.
Now ascend, O Lord God, to your resting place, you and the ark of your strength! May your priests, O Lord God, experience your deliverance! 1 May your loyal followers rejoice in the prosperity you give! 2
I have not failed to tell about your justice; 1 I spoke about your reliability and deliverance; I have not neglected to tell the great assembly about your loyal love and faithfulness. 2
He was very thirsty, so he cried out to the Lord and said, “You have given your servant 1 this great victory. But now must I die of thirst and fall into hands of the Philistines?” 2
They said to the messengers who had come, “Here’s what you should say to the men of Jabesh Gilead: ‘Tomorrow deliverance will come to you when the sun is fully up.’” When the messengers went and told the men of Jabesh Gilead, they were happy.
He risked his life 1 when he struck down the Philistine and the Lord gave all Israel a great victory. When you saw it, you were happy. So why would you sin against innocent blood by putting David to death for no reason?”
he stood his ground 1 and fought the Philistines until his hand grew so tired that it 2 seemed stuck to his sword. The Lord gave a great victory on that day. When the army returned to him, the only thing left to do was to plunder the corpses.
Now Naaman, the commander of the king of Syria’s army, was esteemed and respected by his master, 1 for through him the Lord had given Syria military victories. But this great warrior had a skin disease. 2