Rabbah

Rabbah

 
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  • (Incidentally, King Og of Bashan was the last of the giant Rephaites. His iron bed was more than thirteen feet long and six feet wide.* It can still be seen in the Ammonite city of Rabbah.)2 - Deuteronomy 3:11


  • Their territory included Jazer, all the towns of Gilead, and half of the land of Ammon, as far as the town of Aroer just west of Rabbah. - Joshua 13:25


  • There were also Kiriath-baal (that is, Kiriath-jearim) and Rabbah--two towns with their surrounding villages. - Joshua 15:60


  • The following spring, the time of year when kings go to war, David sent Joab and the Israelite army to destroy the Ammonites. In the process they laid siege to the city of Rabbah. But David stayed behind in Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 11:1


  • Meanwhile, Joab and the Israelite army were successfully ending their siege of Rabbah, the capital of Ammon. - 2 Samuel 12:26


  • Joab sent messengers to tell David, "I have fought against Rabbah and captured its water supply.*1 - 2 Samuel 12:27


  • So David led the rest of his army to Rabbah and captured it. - 2 Samuel 12:29


  • He also made slaves of the people of Rabbah and forced them to labor with saws, picks, and axes, and to work in the brick kilns. That is how he dealt with the people of all the Ammonite cities. Then David and his army returned to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 12:31


  • When David arrived at Mahanaim, he was warmly greeted by Shobi son of Nahash of Rabbah, an Ammonite, and by Makir son of Ammiel of Lo-debar, and by Barzillai of Gilead from Rogelim. - 2 Samuel 17:27


  • The following spring, the time of year when kings go to war, Joab led the Israelite army in successful attacks against the towns and villages of the Ammonites. In the process they laid siege to the city of Rabbah and destroyed it. But David had stayed behind in Jerusalem. - 1 Chronicles 20:1


  • When David arrived at Rabbah, he removed the crown from the king's head,* and it was placed on David's own head. The crown was made of gold and set with gems, and it weighed about seventy-five pounds.* David took a vast amount of plunder from the city.1 - 1 Chronicles 20:2


  • He also made slaves of the people of Rabbah and forced them to labor with saws, picks, and axes.* That is how he dealt with the people of all the Ammonite cities. Then David and his army returned to Jerusalem.2 - 1 Chronicles 20:3


  • I will punish you for this," says the LORD, "by destroying your city of Rabbah. It will become a desolate heap, and the neighboring towns will be burned. Then Israel will come and take back the land you took from her," says the LORD. - Jeremiah 49:2


  • "Cry out, O Heshbon, for the town of Ai is destroyed. Weep, O people of Rabbah! Put on your clothes of mourning. Weep and wail, hiding in the hedges, for your god Molech will be exiled along with his princes and priests. - Jeremiah 49:3


  • one road going to Ammon and its capital, Rabbah, and the other to Judah and fortified Jerusalem. - Ezekiel 21:20
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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