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The sons of Ham were Cush, 1 Mizraim, 2 Put, 3 and Canaan. 4
The sons of Ham: Cush, Mizraim, 1 Put, and Canaan.
The topaz of Cush 1 cannot be compared with it; it cannot be purchased with pure gold.
The land of buzzing wings is as good as dead, 1 the one beyond the rivers of Cush,
Those who put their hope in Cush and took pride in Egypt will be afraid and embarrassed. 1
Persia, 1 Ethiopia, and Put 2 are with them, all of them with shields and helmets.
From beyond the rivers of Ethiopia, 1 those who pray to me 2 will bring me tribute.
The name of the second river is Gihon; it runs through 1 the entire land of Cush. 2
The sons of Cush were Seba, 1 Havilah, 2 Sabtah, 3 Raamah, 4 and Sabteca. 5 The sons of Raamah were Sheba 6 and Dedan. 7
Cush was the father of 1 Nimrod; he began to be a valiant warrior on the earth.
The sons of Cush: Seba, Havilah, Sabta, Raamah, and Sabteca. The sons of Raamah: Sheba and Dedan.
Cush was the father of Nimrod, who established himself as a mighty warrior on earth. 1
They come with red cloth 1 from Egypt, Ethiopia 2 voluntarily offers tribute 3 to God.
I mention Rahab 1 and Babylon to my followers. 2 Here are 3 Philistia and Tyre, 4 along with Ethiopia. 5 It is said of them, “This one was born there.” 6
Ethiopia, Put, Lud, all the foreigners, 1 Libya, and the people 2 of the covenant land 3 will die by the sword along with them.
Cush 1 and Egypt had limitless strength; 2 Put and the Libyans 3 were among 4 her 5 allies. 6
The king 1 heard that King Tirhakah of Ethiopia was marching out to fight him. 2 He again sent messengers to Hezekiah, ordering them:
1 The following events happened 2 in the days of Ahasuerus. 3 (I am referring to 4 that Ahasuerus who used to rule over a hundred and twenty-seven provinces 5 extending all the way from India to Ethiopia. 6 )
A musical composition 2 by David, which he sang to the Lord concerning 3 a Benjaminite named Cush. 4 O Lord my God, in you I have taken shelter. 5 Deliver me from all who chase me! Rescue me!
Later the Lord explained, “In the same way that my servant Isaiah has walked around in undergarments and barefoot for the past three years, as an object lesson and omen pertaining to Egypt and Cush,