Canaanites

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  • Later on, however, when the Israelites became strong enough, they forced the Canaanites to work as slaves. But they did not drive them out of the land. - Joshua 17:13


  • They said, "The hill country is not enough for us, and the Canaanites in the lowlands around Beth-shan and the valley of Jezreel have iron chariots--they are too strong for us." - Joshua 17:16


  • The forests of the hill country will be yours as well. Clear as much of the land as you wish and live there. And I am sure you can drive out the Canaanites from the valleys, too, even though they are strong and have iron chariots." - Joshua 17:18


  • "When you crossed the Jordan River and came to Jericho, the men of Jericho fought against you. There were also many others who fought you, including the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Girgashites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites. But I gave you victory over them. - Joshua 24:11


  • After Joshua died, the Israelites asked the LORD, "Which tribe should attack the Canaanites first?" - Judges 1:1


  • The leaders of Judah said to their relatives from the tribe of Simeon, "Join with us to fight against the Canaanites living in the territory allotted to us. Then we will help you conquer your territory." So the men of Simeon went with Judah. - Judges 1:3


  • When the men of Judah attacked, the LORD gave them victory over the Canaanites and Perizzites, and they killed ten thousand enemy warriors at the town of Bezek. - Judges 1:4


  • While at Bezek they encountered King Adoni-bezek and fought against him, and the Canaanites and Perizzites were defeated. - Judges 1:5


  • Then they turned south to fight the Canaanites living in the hill country, the Negev, and the western foothills.*1 - Judges 1:9


  • Judah marched against the Canaanites in Hebron (formerly called Kiriath-arba), defeating the forces of Sheshai, Ahiman, and Talmai. - Judges 1:10


  • Then Judah joined with Simeon to fight against the Canaanites living in Zephath, and they completely destroyed* the town. So the town was named Hormah.*4 - Judges 1:17


  • The tribe of Manasseh failed to drive out the people living in Beth-shan,* Taanach, Dor, Ibleam, Megiddo, and their surrounding villages, because the Canaanites were determined to stay in that region.5 - Judges 1:27


  • When the Israelites grew stronger, they forced the Canaanites to work as slaves, but they never did drive them out of the land. - Judges 1:28


  • The tribe of Ephraim also failed to drive out the Canaanites living in Gezer, and so the Canaanites continued to live there among them. - Judges 1:29


  • The tribe of Zebulun also failed to drive out the Canaanites living in Kitron and Nahalol, who continued to live among them. But they forced them to work as slaves. - Judges 1:30


  • In fact, because they did not drive them out, the Canaanites dominated the land where the people of Asher lived. - Judges 1:32


  • The tribe of Naphtali also failed to drive out the residents of Beth-shemesh and Beth-anath. Instead, the Canaanites dominated the land where they lived. Nevertheless, the people of Beth-shemesh and Beth-anath were sometimes forced to work as slaves for the people of Naphtali. - Judges 1:33
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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