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  • So they did the next day, and for six days they marched once a day around the city and then returned to the camp. (Joshua 6, 14)

  • At the seventh time, as the priests blew the trumpets, Joshua ordered the people: "Shout your battle cry for Yahweh has given you the city! (Joshua 6, 16)

  • The city and all that is in it shall be given in anathema to Yahweh. Only Rahab the prostitute with all who may be with her in her house shall live, since she hid the spies we sent. (Joshua 6, 17)

  • The people shouted and the trumpets blew. At this precise moment, the walls of the city fell. Then everyone went straight into the city to the place before him. (Joshua 6, 20)

  • Two men had been sent to explore Jericho, (and upon entering the city, were hidden by a prostitute). Then Joshua said to them: "Go into the house of the prostitute and bring her out with all her family as you had sworn to her." (Joshua 6, 22)

  • Afterwards, they burned the city and all that was in it. They saved only the silver, gold and the vessels of bronze and iron which they put with the precious things in the Sanctuary of Yahweh. (Joshua 6, 24)

  • Joshua sent men from Jericho to Ai, which was near Bethaven, east of the city of Bethel. And he said to them: "Go up and explore the land." (Joshua 7, 2)

  • So about three thousand men attacked Ai but were repulsed by the city's defenders. (Joshua 7, 4)

  • Then Yahweh said to Joshua: "Do not fear or be discouraged. March with all your warriors against the city of Ai. I will give into your hands its king and its people, the city and its territory. (Joshua 8, 1)

  • You shall deal with Ai as you have dealt with Jericho and its king. But you may take possession of the plunder and all the animals. So now, prepare an ambush behind the city." (Joshua 8, 2)

  • And he commanded them: "Lie in ambush behind the city. Do not go very far and be ready. (Joshua 8, 4)

  • I and all the people who are with me shall close in on the city. But when they come out against us, as they did before, we shall flee from them. (Joshua 8, 5)


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