Talált 210 Eredmények: Joshua

  • Joshua took about five thousand men and concealed these between Bethel and Ai, to the west of the town. (Joshua 8, 12)

  • The people pitched the main camp to the north of the town and set up its ambush to the west of the town. Joshua went that night into the middle of the plain. (Joshua 8, 13)

  • Joshua and all Israel pretended to be beaten by them and took to their heels along the road to the desert. (Joshua 8, 15)

  • All the people in the town joined in the pursuit and, in pursuing Joshua, were drawn away from the town. (Joshua 8, 16)

  • Yahweh then said to Joshua, 'Point the sabre in your hand at Ai; for I am about to put the town at your mercy.' Joshua pointed the sabre in his hand towards the town. (Joshua 8, 18)

  • For, once Joshua and all Israel saw that the town had been seized by the men in ambush, and that smoke was rising from the town, they turned about and attacked the men of Ai. (Joshua 8, 21)

  • but the king of Ai was taken alive, and brought to Joshua. (Joshua 8, 23)

  • Joshua did not draw back the hand with which he had pointed the sabre until he had subjected all the inhabitants of Ai to the curse of destruction. (Joshua 8, 26)

  • For booty, Israel took only the cattle and the spoils of this town, in accordance with the order that Yahweh had given to Joshua. (Joshua 8, 27)

  • Joshua then burned Ai, making it a ruin for evermore, a desolate place even today. (Joshua 8, 28)

  • He hanged the king of Ai from a tree till evening; but at sunset Joshua ordered his body to be taken down from the tree. It was then thrown down at the entrance to the town gate and on top of it was raised a great mound of stones, which is still there today. (Joshua 8, 29)

  • Joshua then built an altar to Yahweh, God of Israel, on Mount Ebal, (Joshua 8, 30)


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