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  • I saw among the plunder a beautiful mantle from Shinar, two hundred shekels of silver and a bar of gold weighing fifty shekels. I was tempted so I took them. Then I hid them in the ground inside my tent with the silver underneath." (Joshua 7, 21)

  • Sisera was very tired, so he slept. Then the woman took a hammer and a tent peg, went quietly to him and drove the peg into his temple till it was fixed into the ground. (Judges 4, 21)

  • Hoofs of horses shake the ground: the galloping, galloping of his horses. (Judges 5, 22)

  • I am going to spread this woolen fleece on the threshing ground. If the dew falls only on the fleece while all the ground remains dry, then I shall know that you are to save Israel by my hand, as you have promised." (Judges 6, 37)

  • Gideon again spoke to God and said to him, "Don't be angry with me if I dare to speak to you again. Allow me to make another test with the fleece: let it be dry only on the fleece and let dew come on all the ground." (Judges 6, 39)

  • That night, Yahweh did so. The fleece remained dry and dew covered all the ground. (Judges 6, 40)

  • And something happened as Manoah and his wife looked on. A fire broke forth from the altar rising toward heaven, and the Angel of Yahweh ascended in the flame. When Manoah and his wife saw this, they fell face downwards on the ground. (Judges 13, 20)

  • So Yahweh opened a hollow in the ground at Lehi and water gushed forth from it. Samson drank; his strength returned and he revived. For this, the name En-hakkore was given to the fountain which is still in Lehi to this day. (Judges 15, 19)

  • The Benjaminites thought they were victorious, but the men of Israel gave them ground, because they relied on the ambush they had set against Gibeah. (Judges 20, 36)

  • Bowing down with her face to the ground, she exclaimed, "Why have I, a foreigner, found such favor in your eyes?" (Ruth 2, 10)

  • Rising up early the following day, the people saw that Dagon had fallen face downward on the ground before the ark of Yahweh. So they picked up Dagon and put him back in his place. (1 Samuel 5, 3)

  • But when they rose the following morning, the people saw Dagon on the ground again, face downward before the ark of Yahweh. His head and hands were broken off and lay at the threshold. Only the trunk of Dagon was left where he fell. (1 Samuel 5, 4)

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