Jordan

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  • "Go to the east and hide by Kerith Brook at a place east of where it enters the Jordan River. - 1 Kings 17:3


  • Then Elijah said to Elisha, "Stay here, for the LORD has told me to go to the Jordan River." But again Elisha replied, "As surely as the LORD lives and you yourself live, I will never leave you." So they went on together. - 2 Kings 2:6


  • Fifty men from the group of prophets also went and watched from a distance as Elijah and Elisha stopped beside the Jordan River. - 2 Kings 2:7


  • Then Elisha picked up Elijah's cloak and returned to the bank of the Jordan River. - 2 Kings 2:13


  • But Elisha sent a messenger out to him with this message: "Go and wash yourself seven times in the Jordan River. Then your skin will be restored, and you will be healed of leprosy." - 2 Kings 5:10


  • So Naaman went down to the Jordan River and dipped himself seven times, as the man of God had instructed him. And his flesh became as healthy as a young child's, and he was healed! - 2 Kings 5:14


  • Let's go down to the Jordan River, where there are plenty of logs. There we can build a new place for us to meet." "All right," he told them, "go ahead." - 2 Kings 6:2


  • When they arrived at the Jordan, they began cutting down trees. - 2 Kings 6:4


  • They went all the way to the Jordan River, following a trail of clothing and equipment that the Arameans had thrown away in their mad rush to escape. The scouts returned and told the king about it. - 2 Kings 7:15


  • 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 a section of the city wall was broken down, and all the soldiers made plans to escape from the city. But since the city was surrounded by the Babylonians,* they waited for nightfall and fled through the gate between the two walls behind the king's gardens. They made a dash across the fields, in the direction of the Jordan Valley.*3 - 2 Kings 25:4


  • The descendants of Gershon received by sacred lots thirteen towns from the territories of Issachar, Asher, Naphtali, and from the Bashan area of Manasseh, east of the Jordan. - 1 Chronicles 6:62


  • From the territory of Reuben, east of the Jordan River opposite Jericho, they received Bezer (a desert town), Jahaz,*2 - 1 Chronicles 6:78


  • They crossed the Jordan River during its seasonal flooding at the beginning of the year and drove out all the people living in the lowlands on both the east and west banks. - 1 Chronicles 12:15


  • From the half-tribe of Manasseh west of the Jordan, 18,000 men were sent for the express purpose of helping David become king. - 1 Chronicles 12:31


  • From the east side of the Jordan River--where the tribes of Reuben and Gad and the half-tribe of Manasseh lived--there were 120,000 troops armed with every kind of weapon. - 1 Chronicles 12:37


  • When David heard what was happening, he mobilized all Israel, crossed the Jordan River, and positioned his troops in battle formation. Then he engaged the enemy troops in battle, and they fought against him. - 1 Chronicles 19:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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