You are here: God >> Bible Concordance >> Israel 27
(Read Israel Part 1 First)

  • Early the next morning Joshua roused his men and started toward Ai, accompanied by the leaders of Israel. - Joshua 8:10

  • When the king of Ai saw the Israelites across the valley, he and all his army hurriedly went out early the next morning and attacked the Israelites at a place overlooking the Jordan Valley.* But he didn't realize there was an ambush behind the city.1 - Joshua 8:14

  • Joshua and the Israelite army fled toward the wilderness as though they were badly beaten, - Joshua 8:15

  • When the Israelite army finished killing all the men outside the city, they went back and finished off everyone inside. - Joshua 8:24

  • Then Joshua built an altar to the LORD, the God of Israel, on Mount Ebal. - Joshua 8:30

  • Then all the Israelites--foreigners and citizens alike--along with the leaders, officers, and judges, were divided into two groups. One group stood at the foot of Mount Gerizim, the other at the foot of Mount Ebal. Each group faced the other, and between them stood the Levitical priests carrying the Ark of the LORD's covenant. This was all done according to the instructions Moses, the servant of the LORD, had given for blessing the people of Israel. - Joshua 8:33

  • When they arrived at the camp of Israel at Gilgal, they told Joshua and the men of Israel, "We have come from a distant land to ask you to make a peace treaty with us." - Joshua 9:6

  • So our leaders and our people instructed us, `Prepare for a long journey. Go meet with the people of Israel and declare our people to be their servants, and ask for peace.' - Joshua 9:11

  • So the Israelite leaders examined their bread, but they did not consult the LORD. - Joshua 9:14

  • Then Joshua went ahead and signed a peace treaty with them, and the leaders of Israel ratified their agreement with a binding oath. - Joshua 9:15

  • But the Israelites did not attack the towns, for their leaders had made a vow to the LORD, the God of Israel. The people of Israel grumbled against their leaders because of the treaty. - Joshua 9:18

  • But the leaders replied, "We have sworn an oath in the presence of the LORD, the God of Israel. We cannot touch them. - Joshua 9:19

  • Joshua did not allow the people of Israel to kill them. - Joshua 9:26

  • But that day he made the Gibeonites the woodchoppers and water carriers for the people of Israel and for the altar of the LORD--wherever the LORD would choose to build it. That arrangement continues to this day. - Joshua 9:27

  • Now Adoni-zedek, king of Jerusalem, heard that Joshua had captured and completely destroyed* Ai and killed its king, just as he had destroyed the city of Jericho and killed its king. He also learned that the Gibeonites had made peace with Israel and were now their allies.1 - Joshua 10:1

  • "Come and help me destroy Gibeon," he urged them, "for they have made peace with Joshua and the people of Israel." - Joshua 10:4

  • So Joshua and the entire Israelite army left Gilgal and set out to rescue Gibeon. - Joshua 10:7
  • Read Israel Page 28 Now!

    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

    Bible Concordance

    Does God Exist Scientifically?
    Does God Exist Philosophically?
    Is The Bible True?
    Who Is God?
    Is Jesus God?
    What Do You Believe?
    Grow with God
    Popular Issues
    Life Challenges

    All About GOD Home | About Us | Support Us | Sitemap
    Copyright © 2002 - 2018, All Rights Reserved.