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  • Yahweh said to Joshua, 'Stand up! Why are you lying prostrate like this? (Joshua 7, 10)

  • Joshua got up early; he made Israel come forward tribe by tribe, and the lot indicated the tribe of Judah. (Joshua 7, 16)

  • Joshua then summoned the family of Zabdi, man by man, and the lot indicated Achan son of Carmi, son of Zabdi, son of Zerah, of the tribe of Judah. (Joshua 7, 18)

  • Joshua then said to Achan, 'My son, give glory to Yahweh, God of Israel, and confess; tell me what you have done and hide nothing from me.' (Joshua 7, 19)

  • Achan replied to Joshua, 'Yes, I am the man who has sinned against Yahweh, God of Israel, and this is what I have done. (Joshua 7, 20)

  • Joshua sent messengers; they ran to the tent, and the robe was indeed hidden in the tent, with the silver underneath. (Joshua 7, 22)

  • They took the things out of the tent and, bringing them to Joshua and all the Israelites, laid them out before Yahweh. (Joshua 7, 23)

  • Joshua then took Achan son of Zerah and led him up to the Vale of Achor, with the silver and the robe and the ingot of gold, his sons, his daughters, his oxen, his donkeys, his sheep, his goats, his tent and all his belongings. All Israel went with him. (Joshua 7, 24)

  • Joshua said, 'Why have you brought misfortune on us? Today may Yahweh bring misfortune on you!' And all Israel stoned him to death (and they burned them and threw stones at them). (Joshua 7, 25)

  • Yahweh then said to Joshua, 'Be fearless and undaunted. Take all your fighting men with you. Up! March against Ai. Look, I have put the king of Ai, his people, his town and his territory at your mercy. (Joshua 8, 1)

  • Joshua set out to march against Ai with all the fighting men. Joshua chose thirty thousand of the bravest and sent them out under cover of dark, (Joshua 8, 3)

  • Joshua sent them off, and they made their way to the place of ambush and took up position between Bethel and Ai, to the west of Ai. Joshua spent the night with the people, (Joshua 8, 9)


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