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  • Another time, armed with only a club, he killed an Egyptian warrior who was seven and a half feet* tall and whose spear was as thick as a weaver's beam. Benaiah wrenched the spear from the Egyptian's hand and killed him with it.5 - 1 Chronicles 11:23


  • Attai was sixth. Eliel was seventh. - 1 Chronicles 12:11


  • And because God was clearly helping the Levites as they carried the Ark of the LORD's covenant, they sacrificed seven bulls and seven lambs. - 1 Chronicles 15:26


  • David captured one thousand chariots, seven thousand charioteers, and twenty thousand foot soldiers. Then he crippled all but one hundred of the chariot horses. - 1 Chronicles 18:4


  • But again the Arameans fled from the Israelites. This time David's forces killed seven thousand charioteers and forty thousand foot soldiers, including Shobach, the commander of their army. - 1 Chronicles 19:18


  • The seventh lot fell to Hakkoz. The eighth lot fell to Abijah. - 1 Chronicles 24:10


  • The seventeenth lot fell to Hezir. The eighteenth lot fell to Happizzez. - 1 Chronicles 24:15


  • The seventh lot fell to Asarelah* and twelve of his sons and relatives.5 - 1 Chronicles 25:14


  • The seventeenth lot fell to Joshbekashah* and twelve of his sons and relatives.8 - 1 Chronicles 25:24


  • Elam (the fifth), Jehohanan (the sixth), and Eliehoenai (the seventh). - 1 Chronicles 26:3


  • Ammiel (the sixth), Issachar (the seventh), and Peullethai (the eighth). God had richly blessed Obed-edom. - 1 Chronicles 26:5


  • Helez, a descendant of Ephraim from Pelon, was commander of the seventh division, which was on duty during the seventh month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:10


  • He ruled Israel for forty years in all, seven years from Hebron and thirty-three years from Jerusalem. - 1 Chronicles 29:27


  • For the next seven days they celebrated the Festival of Shelters* with huge crowds gathered from all the tribes of Israel. They came from as far away as Lebo-hamath in the north, to the brook of Egypt in the south.1 - 2 Chronicles 7:8


  • On the eighth day they had a closing ceremony, for they had celebrated the dedication of the altar for seven days and the Festival of Shelters for seven days. - 2 Chronicles 7:9


  • Hiram sent him ships commanded by his own officers and manned by experienced crews of sailors. These ships sailed to the land of Ophir with Solomon's men and brought back to Solomon almost seventeen tons* of gold.5 - 2 Chronicles 8:18


  • King Rehoboam firmly established himself in Jerusalem and continued to rule. He was forty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned seventeen years in Jerusalem, the city the LORD had chosen from among all the tribes of Israel as the place to honor his name. Rehoboam's mother was Naamah, a woman from Ammon. - 2 Chronicles 12:13
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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