Chariot

Chariot

 
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  • They didn't see what the LORD did to the armies of Egypt and to their horses and chariots--how he drowned them in the Red Sea* as they were chasing you, and how he has kept them devastated to this very day!1 - Deuteronomy 11:4


  • "When you go out to fight your enemies and you face horses and chariots and an army greater than your own, do not be afraid. The LORD your God, who brought you safely out of Egypt, is with you! - Deuteronomy 20:1


  • All these kings responded by mobilizing their warriors and uniting to fight against Israel. Their combined armies, along with a vast array of horses and chariots, covered the landscape like the sand on the seashore. - Joshua 11:4


  • Then the LORD said to Joshua, "Do not be afraid of them. By this time tomorrow they will all be dead. Cripple their horses and burn their chariots." - Joshua 11:6


  • Then Joshua crippled the horses and burned all the chariots, as the LORD had instructed. - Joshua 11:9


  • 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


  • But when your ancestors arrived at the Red Sea,* the Egyptians chased after you with chariots and horses.2 - Joshua 24:6


  • The LORD was with the people of Judah, and they took possession of the hill country. But they failed to drive out the people living in the plains because the people there had iron chariots. - Judges 1:19


  • Sisera, who had nine hundred iron chariots, ruthlessly oppressed the Israelites for twenty years. Then the Israelites cried out to the LORD for help. - Judges 4:3


  • I will lure Sisera, commander of Jabin's army, along with his chariots and warriors, to the Kishon River. There I will give you victory over him." - Judges 4:7


  • he called for all nine hundred of his iron chariots and all of his warriors, and they marched from Harosheth-haggoyim to the Kishon River. - Judges 4:13


  • When Barak attacked, the LORD threw Sisera and all his charioteers and warriors into a panic. Then Sisera leaped down from his chariot and escaped on foot. - Judges 4:15


  • Barak chased the enemy and their chariots all the way to Harosheth-haggoyim, killing all of Sisera's warriors. Not a single one was left alive. - Judges 4:16


  • "This is how a king will treat you," Samuel said. "The king will draft your sons into his army and make them run before his chariots. - 1 Samuel 8:11


  • Some will be commanders of his troops, while others will be slave laborers. Some will be forced to plow in his fields and harvest his crops, while others will make his weapons and chariot equipment. - 1 Samuel 8:12


  • The Philistines mustered a mighty army of three thousand* chariots, six thousand horsemen, and as many warriors as the grains of sand along the seashore! They camped at Micmash east of Beth-aven.2 - 1 Samuel 13:5
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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