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Then you will take 1 it to your father. Thus he will eat it 2 and 3 bless you before he dies.”
When my glory passes by, I will put you in a cleft in the rock and will cover 1 you with my hand 2 while I pass by. 3
So it was in the Transjordan, in Moab, that Moses began to deliver these words: 1
Then Moses selected three cities in the Transjordan, toward the east.
When the men of Israel who were in the valley and across the Jordan saw that the men of Israel had fled and that Saul and his sons were dead, they abandoned the cities and fled. The Philistines came and occupied them.
When they came to the threshing floor of Atad 1 on the other side of the Jordan, they mourned there with very great and bitter sorrow. 2 There Joseph observed a seven day period of mourning for his father.
So at that time we took the land of the two Amorite kings in the Transjordan from Wadi Arnon to Mount Hermon 1
Let me please cross over to see the good land on the other side of the Jordan River – this good hill country and the Lebanon!” 1
They possessed his land and that of King Og of Bashan – both of whom were Amorite kings in the Transjordan, to the east.
Are they not across the Jordan River, 1 toward the west, in the land of the Canaanites who live in the Arabah opposite Gilgal 2 near the oak 3 of Moreh?
and all he did to the two Amorite kings on the other side of the Jordan – King Sihon of Heshbon and King Og of Bashan in Ashtaroth.
The other half of Manasseh, 1 Reuben, and Gad received their allotted tribal lands beyond the Jordan, 2 just as Moses, the Lord’s servant, had assigned them.
Then I brought you to the land of the Amorites who lived east of the Jordan. They fought with you, but I handed them over to you; you conquered 1 their land and I destroyed them from before you.
Gilead stayed put 1 beyond the Jordan River. As for Dan – why did he seek temporary employment in the shipyards? 2 Asher remained 3 on the seacoast, he stayed 4 by his harbors. 5
We therefore are informing the king that if this city is rebuilt and its walls are completed, you will not retain control 1 of this portion of Trans-Euphrates.”
This is a copy of the letter that Tattenai governor of Trans-Euphrates, Shethar-Bozenai, and his colleagues who were the officials of Trans-Euphrates sent to King Darius.
“Now Tattenai governor of Trans-Euphrates, Shethar Bozenai, and their colleagues, the officials of Trans-Euphrates – all of you stay far away from there!
all the kings of Tyre, 1 all the kings of Sidon; 2 all the kings of the coastlands along the sea; 3
When the Canaanites who lived in the land saw them mourning at the threshing floor of Atad, they said, “This is a very sad occasion 1 for the Egyptians.” That is why its name was called 2 Abel Mizraim, 3 which is beyond the Jordan.
This is what 1 Moses said to the assembly of Israel 2 in the Transjordanian 3 wastelands, the arid country opposite 4 Suph, 5 between 6 Paran 7 and Tophel, 8 Laban, 9 Hazeroth, and Di Zahab