Escape

Escape

 
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  • "But suppose someone hates a neighbor and deliberately ambushes and murders that neighbor and then escapes to one of the cities of refuge. - Deuteronomy 19:11


  • "If slaves should escape from their masters and take refuge with you, do not force them to return. - Deuteronomy 23:15


  • Then the Israelites who were inside the city came out and started killing the enemy from the rear. So the men of Ai were caught in a trap, and all of them died. Not a single person survived or escaped. - Joshua 8:22


  • During the battle, the five kings escaped and hid in a cave at Makkedah. - Joshua 10:16


  • These cities were set apart for Israelites as well as the foreigners living among them. Anyone who accidentally killed another person could take refuge in one of these cities. In this way, they could escape being killed in revenge prior to standing trial before the community. - Joshua 20:9


  • Adoni-bezek escaped, but the Israelites soon captured him and cut off his thumbs and big toes. - Judges 1:6


  • Then Ehud closed and locked the doors and climbed down the latrine and escaped through the sewage access. - Judges 3:23


  • While the servants were waiting, Ehud escaped, passing the idols on his way to Seirah. - Judges 3:26


  • They attacked the Moabites and killed about ten thousand of their strongest and bravest warriors. Not one of them escaped. - Judges 3:29


  • 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


  • He took the soldiers to his father's home at Ophrah, and there, on one stone, they killed all seventy of his half brothers. But the youngest brother, Jotham, escaped and hid. - Judges 9:5


  • Then Jotham escaped and lived in Beer because he was afraid of his brother Abimelech. - Judges 9:21


  • Some of them crossed the Jordan River and escaped into the land of Gad and Gilead. Meanwhile, Saul stayed at Gilgal, and his men were trembling with fear. - 1 Samuel 13:7


  • suddenly hurled it at David, intending to pin him to the wall. But David jumped aside and escaped. This happened another time, too, - 1 Samuel 18:11


  • Saul hurled his spear at David in an attempt to kill him. But David dodged out of the way and escaped into the night, leaving the spear stuck in the wall. - 1 Samuel 19:10


  • So she helped him climb out through a window, and he escaped. - 1 Samuel 19:12


  • "Why have you tricked me and let my enemy escape?" Saul demanded of Michal. "I had to," Michal replied. "He threatened to kill me if I didn't help him." - 1 Samuel 19:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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