Gilead

Gilead

 
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  • On the east side of the Jordan River, across from Jericho, the following cities were designated as cities of refuge: Bezer, in the wilderness plain of the tribe of Reuben; Ramoth in Gilead, in the territory of the tribe of Gad; and Golan in Bashan, in the land of the tribe of Manasseh. - Joshua 20:8


  • From the tribe of Gad they received Ramoth in Gilead (a city of refuge), Mahanaim, - Joshua 21:38


  • So the men of Reuben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manasseh left the rest of Israel at Shiloh in the land of Canaan. They started the journey back to their own land of Gilead, the territory that belonged to them according to the LORD's command through Moses. - Joshua 22:9


  • When they arrived in the land of Gilead, they said to the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manasseh, - Joshua 22:15


  • Then Phinehas son of Eleazar, the priest, and the ten high officials left the tribes of Reuben and Gad in Gilead and returned to the land of Canaan to tell the Israelites what had happened. - Joshua 22:32


  • Gilead remained east of the Jordan. And Dan, why did he stay home? Asher sat unmoved at the seashore, remaining in his harbors. - Judges 5:17


  • After Tola died, a man from Gilead named Jair judged Israel for twenty-two years. - Judges 10:3


  • His thirty sons rode around on thirty donkeys, and they owned thirty towns in the land of Gilead, which are still called the Towns of Jair.*1 - Judges 10:4


  • who began to oppress them that year. For eighteen years they oppressed all the Israelites east of the Jordan River in the land of the Amorites (that is, in Gilead). - Judges 10:8


  • At that time the armies of Ammon had gathered for war and were camped in Gilead, preparing to attack Israel's army at Mizpah. - Judges 10:17


  • The leaders of Gilead said to each other, "Whoever attacks the Ammonites first will become ruler over all the people of Gilead." - Judges 10:18


  • Now Jephthah of Gilead was a great warrior. He was the son of Gilead, but his mother was a prostitute. - Judges 11:1


  • Gilead's wife also had several sons, and when these half brothers grew up, they chased Jephthah off the land. "You will not get any of our father's inheritance," they said, "for you are the son of a prostitute." - Judges 11:2


  • When the Ammonites attacked, the leaders of Gilead sent for Jephthah in the land of Tob. They said, - Judges 11:5


  • "Because we need you," they replied. "If you will lead us in battle against the Ammonites, we will make you ruler over all the people of Gilead." - Judges 11:8


  • So Jephthah went with the leaders of Gilead, and he became their ruler and commander of the army. At Mizpah, in the presence of the LORD, Jephthah repeated what he had said to the leaders. - Judges 11:11


  • At that time the Spirit of the LORD came upon Jephthah, and he went throughout the land of Gilead and Manasseh, including Mizpah in Gilead, and led an army against the Ammonites. - Judges 11:29
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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