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These were the ones chosen 1 from the community, leaders 2 of their ancestral tribes. 3 They were the heads of the thousands 4 of Israel.
The land must be divided by lot; and they will inherit in accordance with the names of their ancestral tribes.
You must send to the battle a thousand men from every tribe throughout all the tribes of Israel.” 1
Your bow is ready for action; 1 you commission your arrows. 2 Selah. You cause flash floods on the earth’s surface. 3
No inheritance may pass from tribe to tribe. But every one of the tribes of the Israelites must retain its inheritance.”
It will spill into Judah, flooding and engulfing, as it reaches to the necks of its victims. He will spread his wings out over your entire land, 1 O Immanuel.” 2
“Go and tell Hananiah that the Lord says, 1 ‘You have indeed broken the wooden yoke. But you have 2 only succeeded in replacing it with an iron one! 3
Its boughs were strong, fit 1 for rulers’ scepters; it reached up into the clouds. It stood out because of its height and its many branches. 2
In Tahpanhes the day will be dark 1 when I break the yoke of Egypt there. Her confident pride will cease within her; a cloud will cover her, and her daughters will go into captivity.
They lie around on beds decorated with ivory, 1 and sprawl out on their couches. They eat lambs from the flock, and calves from the middle of the pen.
“Speak to the Israelites, and receive from them a staff from each tribe, 1 one from every tribal leader, 2 twelve staffs; you must write each man’s name on his staff.
So Moses spoke to the Israelites, and each of their leaders gave him a staff, one for each leader, 1 according to their tribes 2 – twelve staffs; the staff of Aaron was among their staffs.
The descendants of Joseph were considered as two tribes, Manasseh and Ephraim. The Levites were allotted no territory, though they were assigned cities in which to live, along with the grazing areas for their cattle and possessions. 1
He was accompanied by ten leaders, one from each of the Israelite tribes, each one a family leader among the Israelite clans. 1
The furnishings included linen and purple curtains hung by cords of the finest linen 1 and purple wool on silver rings, alabaster columns, gold and silver couches 2 displayed on a floor made of valuable stones of alabaster, mother-of-pearl, and mineral stone.
The trees of the field will yield their fruit and the earth will yield its crops. They will live securely on their land; they will know that I am the Lord, when I break the bars of their yoke and rescue them from the hand of those who enslaved them.