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  • It was there at Gilgal that Joshua piled up the twelve stones taken from the Jordan River. - Joshua 4:20

  • Then Joshua said to the Israelites, "In the future, your children will ask, `What do these stones mean?' - Joshua 4:21

  • They piled a great heap of stones over Achan, which remains to this day. That is why the place has been called the Valley of Trouble* ever since. So the LORD was no longer angry.1 - Joshua 7:26

  • Joshua hung the king of Ai on a tree and left him there until evening. At sunset the Israelites took down the body and threw it in front of the city gate. They piled a great heap of stones over him that can still be seen today. - Joshua 8:29

  • He followed the instructions that Moses the LORD's servant had written in the Book of the Law: "Make me an altar from stones that are uncut and have not been shaped with iron tools." Then on the altar they presented burnt offerings and peace offerings to the LORD. - Joshua 8:31

  • And as the Israelites watched, Joshua copied the law of Moses onto the stones of the altar.*1 - Joshua 8:32

  • As the sun was going down, Joshua gave instructions for the bodies of the kings to be taken down from the trees and thrown into the cave where they had been hiding. Then they covered the opening of the cave with a large pile of stones, which remains to this very day. - Joshua 10:27

  • He picked up five smooth stones from a stream and put them in his shepherd's bag. Then, armed only with his shepherd's staff and sling, he started across to fight Goliath. - 1 Samuel 17:40

  • "Even when you are chased by those who seek your life, you are safe in the care of the LORD your God, secure in his treasure pouch! But the lives of your enemies will disappear like stones shot from a sling! - 1 Samuel 25:29

  • He threw stones at the king and the king's officers and all the mighty warriors who surrounded them. - 2 Samuel 16:6

  • So David and his men continued on, and Shimei kept pace with them on a nearby hillside, cursing as he went and throwing stones at David and tossing dust into the air. - 2 Samuel 16:13

  • They threw Absalom's body into a deep pit in the forest and piled a great heap of stones over it. And the army of Israel fled to their homes. - 2 Samuel 18:17

  • The stones used in the construction of the Temple were prefinished at the quarry, so the entire structure was built without the sound of hammer, ax, or any other iron tool at the building site. - 1 Kings 6:7

  • Some of the huge foundation stones were 15 feet long, and some were 12 feet long. - 1 Kings 7:10

  • The king made silver as plentiful in Jerusalem as stones. And valuable cedarwood was as common as the sycamore wood that grows in the foothills of Judah.*7 - 1 Kings 10:27

  • Then King Asa sent an order throughout Judah, requiring that everyone, without exception, help to carry away the building stones and timbers that Baasha had been using to fortify Ramah. Asa used these materials to fortify the town of Geba in Benjamin and the town of Mizpah. - 1 Kings 15:22

  • He took twelve stones, one to represent each of the tribes of Israel,*1 - 1 Kings 18:31
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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