Gilead

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  • The leaders of Ephraim responded, "The men of Gilead are nothing more than rejects from Ephraim and Manasseh." So Jephthah called out his army and attacked the men of Ephraim and defeated them. - Judges 12:4


  • Jephthah captured the shallows of the Jordan, and whenever a fugitive from Ephraim tried to go back across, the men of Gilead would challenge him. "Are you a member of the tribe of Ephraim?" they would ask. If the man said, "No, I'm not," - Judges 12:5


  • Jephthah was Israel's judge for six years. When he died, he was buried in one of the towns of Gilead. - Judges 12:7


  • 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


  • There he proclaimed Ishbosheth king over Gilead, Jezreel, Ephraim, Benjamin, the land of the Ashurites, and all the rest of Israel. - 2 Samuel 2:9


  • Absalom and the Israelite army set up camp in the land of Gilead. - 2 Samuel 17:26


  • When David arrived at Mahanaim, he was warmly greeted by Shobi son of Nahash of Rabbah, an Ammonite, and by Makir son of Ammiel of Lo-debar, and by Barzillai of Gilead from Rogelim. - 2 Samuel 17:27


  • Barzillai of Gilead now arrived from Rogelim to conduct the king across the Jordan. - 2 Samuel 19:31


  • then to Gilead in the land of Tahtim-hodshi* and to Dan-jaan and around to Sidon.1 - 2 Samuel 24:6


  • "Be kind to the sons of Barzillai of Gilead. Make them permanent guests of the king, for they took care of me when I fled from your brother Absalom. - 1 Kings 2:7


  • Ben-geber, in Ramoth-gilead, including the Towns of Jair (named for Jair son of Manasseh) in Gilead, and in the Argob region of Bashan, including sixty great fortified cities with gates barred with bronze. - 1 Kings 4:13


  • Geber son of Uri, in the land of Gilead,* including the territories of King Sihon of the Amorites and King Og of Bashan. And there was one governor over the land of Judah.*3 - 1 Kings 4:19


  • Now Elijah, who was from Tishbe in Gilead, told King Ahab, "As surely as the LORD, the God of Israel, lives--the God whom I worship and serve--there will be no dew or rain during the next few years unless I give the word!" - 1 Kings 17:1


  • east of the Jordan River, including all of Gilead, Gad, Reuben, and Manasseh. He conquered the area from the town of Aroer by the Arnon Gorge to as far north as Gilead and Bashan. - 2 Kings 10:33


  • Then Pekah son of Remaliah, the commander of Pekahiah's army, conspired against him. With fifty men from Gilead, Pekah assassinated the king, along with Argob and Arieh, in the citadel of the palace at Samaria. Pekah then became the next king of Israel. - 2 Kings 15:25


  • During his reign, King Tiglath-pileser of Assyria attacked Israel again, and he captured the towns of Ijon, Abel-beth-maacah, Janoah, Kedesh, and Hazor. He also conquered the regions of Gilead, Galilee, and Naphtali, and he took the people to Assyria as captives. - 2 Kings 15:29


  • When Hezron was sixty years old, he married Gilead's sister, the daughter of Makir. They had a son named Segub. - 1 Chronicles 2:21
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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