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  • "On your way! Break camp and cross the Wadi Arnon. See, I am putting Sihon the Amorite, king of Heshbon, at your mercy, and his country too. Set about the conquest; engage him in battle. (Deuteronomy 2, 24)

  • 'So, from the desert of Kedemoth I sent envoys to Sihon king of Heshbon with this peaceful message, (Deuteronomy 2, 26)

  • 'But Sihon king of Heshbon would not give us leave to pass through his territory; Yahweh our God had made his spirit obstinate and his heart stubborn, to put him at your mercy, as he still is. (Deuteronomy 2, 30)

  • 'We then turned on Bashan and invaded that. And Og king of Bashan marched out against us, he and all his people, to give battle at Edrei. (Deuteronomy 3, 1)

  • Yahweh said to me, "Do not be afraid of him, for I have put him at your mercy, him, all his people and his country. You will treat him as you treated Sihon king of the Amorites who lived in Heshbon." (Deuteronomy 3, 2)

  • So, Yahweh our God put Og king of Bashan at our mercy too, with all his people. We beat him so thoroughly that nobody was left. (Deuteronomy 3, 3)

  • We laid them under the curse of destruction as we had done Sihon king of Heshbon, laying all these towns under the curse of destruction: men, women and children- (Deuteronomy 3, 6)

  • (Og king of Bashan was the last survivor of the Rephaim; his bed was the iron bed that can be seen at Rabbah-of-the-Ammonites, nine cubits long and four wide, according to the human cubit.) (Deuteronomy 3, 11)

  • beyond the Jordan in the valley near Beth-Peor, in the country of Sihon the Amorite king who had lived at Heshbon. Moses and the Israelites had defeated him when they left Egypt, (Deuteronomy 4, 46)

  • and had taken possession of his country, as well as that of Og king of Bashan -- two Amorite kings to the east beyond the Jordan, (Deuteronomy 4, 47)

  • but because he loved you and meant to keep the oath which he swore to your ancestors: that was why Yahweh brought you out with his mighty hand and redeemed you from the place of slave-labour, from the power of Pharaoh king of Egypt. (Deuteronomy 7, 8)

  • the signs and the deeds which he performed in the heart of Egypt, against Pharaoh king of Egypt and his entire country, (Deuteronomy 11, 3)


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