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Moses alone may come 1 near the Lord, but the others 2 must not come near, 3 nor may the people go up with him.”
So Miriam was shut outside of the camp for seven days, and the people did not journey on until Miriam was brought back in. 1
The people went up from the Jordan on the tenth day of the first month 1 and camped in Gilgal on the eastern border of Jericho. 2
Now, come up 1 at night with your men 2 and set an ambush in the field outside the city. 3
The people regretted what had happened to 1 Benjamin because the Lord had weakened 2 the Israelite tribes.
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
So Joab and his men 1 marched out to do battle with the Arameans, and they fled before him.
So Joab and his men 1 marched toward the Arameans to do battle, and they fled before him.
Now the city was spread out 1 and large, and there were not a lot of people in it. 2 At that time houses had not been rebuilt.
The king replied to Haman, “Keep your money, 1 and do with those people whatever you wish.” 2
The people did not return to the one who struck them, they did not seek reconciliation 1 with the Lord who commands armies.
When Gaal son of Ebed came out and stood at the entrance to the city’s gate, Abimelech and his men got up from their hiding places.
Now Saul was sitting under a pomegranate tree in Migron, on the outskirts of Gibeah. The army that was with him numbered about six hundred men.
Then Saul said, “O Lord God of Israel! If this sin has been committed by me or by my son Jonathan, then, O Lord God of Israel, respond with Urim. But if this sin has been committed by your people Israel, respond with Thummim.” 1 Then Jonathan and Saul were indicated by lot, while the army was exonerated. 2
Then David and the men 1 who were with him wept loudly 2 until they could weep no more. 3
Hushai replied to Absalom, “No, I will be loyal to the one whom the Lord, these people, and all the men of Israel have chosen. 1
Next in command 1 was Shammah son of Agee the Hararite. When the Philistines assembled at Lehi, 2 where there happened to be an area of a field that was full of lentils, the army retreated before the Philistines.
All the people followed him up, playing flutes and celebrating so loudly they made the ground shake. 1
In the twenty-seventh year of Asa’s reign over Judah, Zimri became king over Israel; he ruled for seven days in Tirzah. Zimri’s revolt took place while the army was deployed 1 in Gibbethon, which was in Philistine territory.
Now King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon appointed Gedaliah son of Ahikam, son of Shaphan, as governor over the people whom he allowed to remain in the land of Judah. 1