Israelites

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  • Goliath stood and shouted across to the Israelites, "Do you need a whole army to settle this? Choose someone to fight for you, and I will represent the Philistines. We will settle this dispute in single combat! - 1 Samuel 17:8


  • When Saul and the Israelites heard this, they were terrified and deeply shaken. - 1 Samuel 17:11


  • Then the Israelites gave a great shout of triumph and rushed after the Philistines, chasing them as far as Gath* and the gates of Ekron. The bodies of the dead and wounded Philistines were strewn all along the road from Shaaraim, as far as Gath and Ekron.1 - 1 Samuel 17:52


  • The entire Philistine army now mobilized at Aphek, and the Israelites camped at the spring in Jezreel. - 1 Samuel 29:1


  • Now the Philistines attacked Israel, forcing the Israelites to flee. Many were slaughtered on the slopes of Mount Gilboa. - 1 Samuel 31:1


  • When the Israelites on the other side of the Jezreel Valley and beyond the Jordan saw that their army had been routed and that Saul and his sons were dead, they abandoned their towns and fled. So the Philistines moved in and occupied their towns. - 1 Samuel 31:7


  • I have never lived in a temple, from the day I brought the Israelites out of Egypt until now. My home has always been a tent, moving from one place to another. - 2 Samuel 7:6


  • But again the Arameans fled from the Israelites. This time David's forces killed seven hundred charioteers and forty thousand horsemen,* including Shobach, the commander of their army.2 - 2 Samuel 10:18


  • So the king went out and sat at the city gate, and as the news spread throughout the city that he was there, everyone went to him. Meanwhile, the Israelites who supported Absalom had fled to their homes. - 2 Samuel 19:8


  • "Well, money won't do it," the Gibeonites replied. "And we don't want to see the Israelites executed in revenge." "What can I do then?" David asked. "Just tell me and I will do it for you." - 2 Samuel 21:4


  • Next in rank was Shammah son of Agee from Harar. One time the Philistines gathered at Lehi and attacked the Israelites in a field full of lentils. The Israelite army fled, - 2 Samuel 23:11


  • There were still some people living in the land who were not Israelites, including Amorites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites. - 1 Kings 9:20


  • But Solomon did not conscript any of the Israelites for forced labor. Instead, he assigned them to serve as fighting men, government officials, officers in his army, commanders of his chariots, and charioteers. - 1 Kings 9:22


  • Years before, David had gone to Edom with Joab, his army commander, to bury some Israelites who had died in battle. While there, the Israelite army had killed nearly every male in Edom. - 1 Kings 11:15


  • But Rehoboam continued to rule over the Israelites who lived in the towns of Judah. - 1 Kings 12:17


  • `This is what the LORD says: Do not fight against your relatives, the Israelites. Go back home, for what has happened is my doing!' " So they obeyed the message of the LORD and went home, as the LORD had commanded. - 1 Kings 12:24


  • There were even shrine prostitutes throughout the land. The people imitated the detestable practices of the pagan nations the LORD had driven from the land ahead of the Israelites. - 1 Kings 14:24
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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