Israelites

Israelites

 
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  • Then the Israelites put aside their foreign gods and served the LORD. And he was grieved by their misery. - Judges 10:16


  • The king of Ammon answered Jephthah's messengers, "When the Israelites came out of Egypt, they stole my land from the Arnon River to the Jabbok River and all the way to the Jordan. Now then, give back the land peaceably." - Judges 11:13


  • Again the Israelites did what was evil in the LORD's sight, so the LORD handed them over to the Philistines, who kept them in subjection for forty years. - Judges 13:1


  • His father and mother objected strenuously, "Isn't there one woman in our tribe or among all the Israelites you could marry? Why must you go to the pagan Philistines to find a wife?" But Samson told his father, "Get her for me. She is the one I want." - Judges 14:3


  • the servant would stick the fork into the pot and demand that whatever it brought up be given to Eli's sons. All the Israelites who came to worship at Shiloh were treated this way. - 1 Samuel 2:14


  • When the Israelites saw the Ark of the Covenant of the LORD coming into the camp, their shout of joy was so loud that it made the ground shake! - 1 Samuel 4:5


  • So the Israelites destroyed their images of Baal and Ashtoreth and worshiped only the LORD. - 1 Samuel 7:4


  • When the Philistine rulers heard that all Israel had gathered at Mizpah, they mobilized their army and advanced. The Israelites were badly frightened when they learned that the Philistines were approaching. - 1 Samuel 7:7


  • Just as Samuel was sacrificing the burnt offering, the Philistines arrived for battle. But the LORD spoke with a mighty voice of thunder from heaven, and the Philistines were thrown into such confusion that the Israelites defeated them. - 1 Samuel 7:10


  • So they went to Gilgal, and in a solemn ceremony before the LORD they crowned him king. Then they offered peace offerings to the LORD, and Saul and all the Israelites were very happy. - 1 Samuel 11:15


  • "When the Israelites were* in Egypt and cried out to the LORD, he sent Moses and Aaron to rescue them from Egypt and to bring them into this land.1 - 1 Samuel 12:8


  • He announced that the Philistine garrison at Geba had been destroyed, and he warned the people that the Philistines now hated the Israelites more than ever. So the entire Israelite army mobilized again and met Saul at Gilgal. - 1 Samuel 13:4


  • So whenever the Israelites needed to sharpen their plowshares, picks, axes, or sickles,* they had to take them to a Philistine blacksmith.4 - 1 Samuel 13:20


  • Then Saul shouted to Ahijah, "Bring the ephod here!" For at that time Ahijah was wearing the ephod in front of the Israelites.*2 - 1 Samuel 14:18


  • Even the Hebrews who had gone over to the Philistine army revolted and joined in with Saul, Jonathan, and the rest of the Israelites. - 1 Samuel 14:21


  • The Israelites fought constantly with the Philistines throughout Saul's lifetime. So whenever Saul saw a young man who was brave and strong, he drafted him into his army. - 1 Samuel 14:52


  • So the Philistines and Israelites faced each other on opposite hills, with the valley between them. - 1 Samuel 17:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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