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  • When David heard what was happening, he mobilized all Israel, crossed the Jordan River, and led the army to Helam. The Arameans positioned themselves there in battle formation and then attacked David. - 2 Samuel 10:17


  • I will stop at the shallows of the Jordan River* and wait there for a message from you. Let me know what happens in Jerusalem before I disappear into the wilderness."1 - 2 Samuel 15:28


  • The king and all who were with him grew weary along the way, so they rested when they reached the Jordan River.*3 - 2 Samuel 16:14


  • "Quick!" he told them. "Find David and urge him not to stay at the shallows of the Jordan River* tonight. He must go across at once into the wilderness beyond. Otherwise he will die and his entire army with him."2 - 2 Samuel 17:16


  • So David and all the people with him went across the Jordan River during the night, and they were all on the other bank before dawn. - 2 Samuel 17:22


  • David soon arrived at Mahanaim. By now, Absalom had mobilized the entire army of Israel and was leading his troops across the Jordan River. - 2 Samuel 17:24


  • So the king started back to Jerusalem. And when he arrived at the Jordan River, the people of Judah came to Gilgal to meet him and escort him across the river. - 2 Samuel 19:15


  • They all crossed the ford and worked hard ferrying the king's household across the river, helping them in every way they could. As the king was about to cross the river, Shimei fell down before him. - 2 Samuel 19:18


  • Just to go across the river with you is all the honor I need! - 2 Samuel 19:36


  • The king then went on to Gilgal, taking Kimham with him. All the army of Judah and half the army of Israel escorted him across the river. - 2 Samuel 19:40


  • So the men of Israel deserted David and followed Sheba. But the men of Judah stayed with their king and escorted him from the Jordan River to Jerusalem. - 2 Samuel 20:2


  • "And remember Shimei son of Gera, the man from Bahurim in Benjamin. He cursed me with a terrible curse as I was fleeing to Mahanaim. When he came down to meet me at the Jordan River, I swore by the LORD that I would not kill him. - 1 Kings 2:8


  • King Solomon ruled all the kingdoms from the Euphrates River* to the land of the Philistines, as far south as the border of Egypt. The conquered peoples of those lands sent tribute money to Solomon and continued to serve him throughout his lifetime.4 - 1 Kings 4:21


  • Solomon's dominion extended over all the kingdoms west of the Euphrates River, from Tiphsah to Gaza. And there was peace throughout the entire land. - 1 Kings 4:24


  • Then the LORD will shake Israel like a reed whipped about in a stream. He will uproot the people of Israel from this good land that he gave their ancestors and will scatter them beyond the Euphrates River,* for they have angered the LORD by worshiping Asherah poles.1 - 1 Kings 14:15


  • "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
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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