Killing

Killing

 
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  • Judah said to the others, "What can we gain by killing our brother? That would just give us a guilty conscience. - Genesis 37:26


  • He told them, "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: Strap on your swords! Go back and forth from one end of the camp to the other, killing even your brothers, friends, and neighbors." - Exodus 32:27


  • Then Moses told the Levites, "Today you have been ordained for the service of the LORD, for you obeyed him even though it meant killing your own sons and brothers. Because of this, he will now give you a great blessing." - Exodus 32:29


  • They captured Oreb and Zeeb, the two Midianite generals, killing Oreb at the rock of Oreb, and Zeeb at the winepress of Zeeb. And they continued to chase the Midianites. Afterward the Israelites brought the heads of Oreb and Zeeb to Gideon, who was by the Jordan. - Judges 7:25


  • For example, suppose someone goes into the forest with a neighbor to cut wood. And suppose one of them swings an ax and the ax head flies off the handle, killing the other person. In such cases, the slayer could flee to one of the cities of refuge and be safe. - Deuteronomy 19:5


  • Then the Israelites who were inside the city came out and started killing the enemy from the rear. So the men of Ai were caught in a trap, and all of them died. Not a single person survived or escaped. - Joshua 8:22


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


  • The LORD threw them into a panic, and the Israelites slaughtered them in great numbers at Gibeon. Then the Israelites chased the enemy along the road to Beth-horon and attacked them at Azekah and Makkedah, killing them along the way. - Joshua 10:10


  • That same day Joshua completely destroyed the city of Makkedah, killing everyone in it, including the king. Not one person in the city was left alive. He killed the king of Makkedah as he had killed the king of Jericho. - Joshua 10:28


  • Anyone who kills another person unintentionally can run to one of these cities and be protected from the relatives of the one who was killed, for the relatives may seek to avenge the killing. - Joshua 20:3


  • If the relatives of the victim come to avenge the killing, the leaders must not release the accused to them, for the death was accidental. - Joshua 20:5


  • The men of Judah attacked Jerusalem and captured it, killing all its people and setting the city on fire. - Judges 1:8


  • Barak chased the enemy and their chariots all the way to Harosheth-haggoyim, killing all of Sisera's warriors. Not a single one was left alive. - Judges 4:16


  • But now you have revolted against my father and his descendants, killing his seventy sons on one stone. And you have chosen his slave woman's son, Abimelech, to be your king just because he is your relative. - Judges 9:18


  • The Philistines attacked and defeated the army of Israel, killing four thousand men. - 1 Samuel 4:2
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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