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He captured King Agag of the Amalekites alive, but he executed all Agag’s people 1 with the sword.
Joshua kept holding out his curved sword until Israel had annihilated all who lived in Ai. 1
That day they captured it and put the sword to all who lived there. That day they 1 annihilated it just as they 2 had done to Lachish.
When they 1 made themselves known to the Philistine garrison, the Philistines said, “Look! The Hebrews are coming out of the holes in which they hid themselves.”
She wrote out orders, 1 signed Ahab’s name to them, 2 and sealed them with his seal. She then sent the orders 3 to the leaders 4 and to the nobles who lived in Naboth’s city. 5
Previously the Horites 1 lived in Seir but the descendants of Esau dispossessed and destroyed them and settled in their place, just as Israel did to the land it came to possess, the land the Lord gave them.) 2
Joshua defeated the whole land, including the hill country, the Negev, the lowlands, 1 the slopes, and all their kings. He left no survivors. He annihilated everything that breathed, just as the Lord God of Israel had commanded.
Joshua captured all these royal cities and all their kings and annihilated them with the sword, 1 as Moses the Lord’s servant had commanded.
When I had made an inspection, 1 I stood up and said to the nobles, the officials, and the rest of the people, “Don’t be afraid of them. Remember the great and awesome Lord, 2 and fight on behalf of your brothers, your sons, your daughters, your wives, and your families!” 3
I said to the nobles, the officials, and the rest of the people, “The work is demanding 1 and extensive, and we are spread out on the wall, far removed from one another.
I considered these things carefully 1 and then registered a complaint with the wealthy 2 and the officials. I said to them, “Each one of you is seizing the collateral 3 from your own countrymen!” 4 Because of them I called for 5 a great public assembly.
My God placed it on my heart to gather the leaders, 1 the officials, and the ordinary people so they could be enrolled on the basis of genealogy. I found the genealogical records 2 of those who had formerly returned. Here is what I found written in that record: 3