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Joseph is a fruitful bough, 1 a fruitful bough near a spring whose branches 2 climb over the wall.
The name of the third river is Tigris; it runs along the east side of Assyria. 1 The fourth river is the Euphrates.
David defeated King Hadadezer of Zobah as far as Hamath, when he went to extend his authority 1 to the Euphrates River. 2
The seven good cows represent seven years, and the seven good heads of grain represent seven years. Both dreams have the same meaning. 1
Your territory will extend from the wilderness in the south to Lebanon in the north. It will extend all the way to the great River Euphrates in the east (including all of Syria) 1 and all the way to the Mediterranean Sea 2 in the west. 3
David defeated King Hadadezer son of Rehob of Zobah when he came to reestablish 1 his authority 2 over the Euphrates 3 River.
In the east they settled as far as the entrance to the desert that stretches to the Euphrates River, for their cattle had increased in numbers in the land of Gilead.
But even the swiftest cannot get away. Even the strongest cannot escape. 1 There in the north by the Euphrates River they stumble and fall in defeat. 2
When you finish reading this scroll aloud, tie a stone to it and throw it into the middle of the Euphrates River. 1
That day the Lord made a covenant 1 with Abram: “To your descendants I give 2 this land, from the river of Egypt 3 to the great river, the Euphrates River –
Get up now, 1 resume your journey, heading for 2 the Amorite hill country, to all its areas 3 including the arid country, 4 the highlands, the Shephelah, 5 the Negev, 6 and the coastal plain – all of Canaan and Lebanon as far as the Great River, that is, the Euphrates.
Every place you set your foot 1 will be yours; your border will extend from the desert to Lebanon and from the River (that is, the Euphrates) as far as the Mediterranean Sea. 2
During Josiah’s reign Pharaoh Necho king of Egypt marched toward 1 the Euphrates River to help the king of Assyria. King Josiah marched out to fight him, but Necho 2 killed him at Megiddo 3 when he saw him.
The king of Egypt did not march out from his land again, for the king of Babylon conquered all the territory that the king of Egypt had formerly controlled between the Brook of Egypt and the Euphrates River.
After Josiah had done all this for the temple, 1 King Necho of Egypt marched up to do battle at Carchemish on the Euphrates River. 2 Josiah marched out to oppose him.
He spoke about Egypt and the army of Pharaoh Necho king of Egypt which was encamped along the Euphrates River at Carchemish. Now this was the army that King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon defeated in the fourth year that Jehoiakim son of Josiah was ruling 1 over Judah. 2
But that day belongs to the Lord God who rules over all. 1 It is the day when he will pay back his enemies. 2 His sword will devour them until its appetite is satisfied! It will drink their blood until it is full! 3 For the Lord God who rules over all 4 will offer them up as a sacrifice in the land of the north by the Euphrates River.