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  • The messengers whom Joshua sent hastened to the tent and found them hidden there, with the silver underneath. (Joshua 7, 22)

  • They took them from the tent, brought them to Joshua and all the Israelites, and spread them out before the LORD. (Joshua 7, 23)

  • Then Joshua and all Israel took Achan, son of Zerah, with the silver, the mantle, and the bar of gold, and with his sons and daughters, his ox, his ass and his sheep, his tent, and all his possessions, and led them off to the Valley of Achor. (Joshua 7, 24)

  • Joshua said, "The LORD bring upon you today the misery with which you have afflicted us!" And all Israel stoned him to death (Joshua 7, 25)

  • The LORD then said to Joshua, "Do not be afraid or dismayed. Take all the army with you and prepare to attack Ai. I have delivered the king of Ai into your power, with his people, city, and land. (Joshua 8, 1)

  • So Joshua and all the soldiers prepared to attack Ai. Picking out thirty thousand warriors, Joshua sent them off by night (Joshua 8, 3)

  • Then Joshua sent them away. They went to the place of ambush, taking up their position to the west of Ai, toward Bethel. Joshua, however, spent that night in the plain. (Joshua 8, 9)

  • Early the next morning Joshua mustered the army and went up to Ai at its head, with the elders of Israel. (Joshua 8, 10)

  • Thus the people took up their stations, with the main body north of the city and the ambush west of it, and Joshua waited overnight among his troops. (Joshua 8, 13)

  • Joshua and the main body of the Israelites fled in seeming defeat toward the desert, (Joshua 8, 15)

  • Since they were drawn away from the city, with every man engaged in this pursuit of Joshua and the Israelites, not a soldier remained in Ai (or Bethel), and the city was open and unprotected. (Joshua 8, 17)

  • Then the LORD directed Joshua, "Stretch out the javelin in your hand toward Ai, for I will deliver it into your power." Joshua stretched out the javelin in his hand toward the city, (Joshua 8, 18)

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