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  • But as they cried to Yahweh, he gave them a liberator - Ehud, a left-handed man, the son of Gera, from the tribe of Benjamin. The Israelites entrusted a gift to him to bring to Eglon, king of Moab. (Judges 3, 15)

  • Your roots, O Ephraim, are in Amalek; your brother Benjamin is behind you among your army. From Machir the commanders marched down; from Zebulun the leaders bearing the brass staff. (Judges 5, 14)

  • The Ammonites also crossed the Jordan to attack Judah, Benjamin and the people of Ephraim. Israel was in great distress. (Judges 10, 9)

  • So they went their way, and at sunset they arrived opposite Gibeah of Benjamin. (Judges 19, 14)

  • Then, an old man came in from his work in the fields. He was a man from the mountains of Ephraim and lived as a visitor in Gibeah, for the people of that place were of the tribe of Benjamin. (Judges 19, 16)

  • The men of the tribe of Benjamin also knew that the Israelites had gone up to Mizpah. The sons of Israel said, "Tell us how this crime happened." (Judges 20, 3)

  • The Levite, the husband of the murdered woman, addressed them and said, "I arrived at Gibeah in Benjamin with my concubine to spend the night there. (Judges 20, 4)

  • and will take from the tribes of Israel ten men for every hundred, a hundred for every thousand, and a thousand for every ten thousand. They shall gather provisions for the troops who will go to punish Gibeah in Benjamin for the crime its inhabitants have committed in Israel." (Judges 20, 10)

  • The tribes of Israel sent messengers throughout the whole tribe of Benjamin and said to them: "What is this crime that has been committed among you? (Judges 20, 12)

  • The people of Israel also counted their men. Without counting Benjamin, there were four hundred thousand men, able to draw sword, all men of war. (Judges 20, 17)

  • So they set out and went up to Bethel where they asked God: "Who among us shall go up first to fight the sons of Benjamin?" And Yahweh answered, "Judah shall go up first." (Judges 20, 18)

  • They went out to fight against Benjamin and drew up the battle line against Gibeah. (Judges 20, 20)


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