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1st Chronicles Chapter 20

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Destruction of Rabbah

20:1 AND it so happened, that after the year was expired, at the time that kings go out to battle, Joab (Hebrew יוֹאָב‎ Modern: Yōʼav, the son of Zeruiah, was the nephew of King David and the commander of his army means ‘YHVH [is] father led forth the power of the army, and wasted the country of the children of Ammon, and came and besieged Rabbah. But David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here stayed at Jerusalem. And Joab (Hebrew יוֹאָב‎ Modern: Yōʼav, the son of Zeruiah, was the nephew of King David and the commander of his army means ‘YHVH [is] father struck Rabbah, and destroyed it.
20:2 And David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here took the crown of their king from off his head, and found it to weigh a talent The Biblical weight of a talent is equal to approximately 34 kilograms or 74.96lbs of gold, and there were precious stones in it; and it was set on David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here‘s head: and he brought also exceeding much plunder out of the city.
20:3 And he brought out the people that were in it, and cut them with saws, and with harrows of iron, and with axes. Even so dealt David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here with all the cities of the sons of Ammon. And David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here and all the people returned to Jerusalem.

Philistine giants killed

20:4 And it so happened after this, that there rose up war at Gezer with the Philistines; at which time Sibbechai the Hushasite killed Sippai, that was of the sons of the Rephaimרְפָאִים
Transliteration: rᵊp̄ā’îm Pronunciation: raw-faw’eem – giants, Rephaim For more info click here
: and they were subdued.

20:5 And there was war again with the Philistines; and Elhanan the son of Jair killed Lahmi the brother of Goliath the Gittite, whose spear staff was like a weaver’s beam.
20:6 And yet again there was war at Gath, where was a man of great stature, whose fingers and toes were twenty four, six on each hand, and six on each foot and he also was the son of the Rephaimרְפָאִים
Transliteration: rᵊp̄ā’îm Pronunciation: raw-faw’eem – giants, Rephaim For more info click here
.

20:7 But when he defied Israel, Jonathan the son of Shimea David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here‘s brother killed him.
20:8 These were born to the giant in Gath; and they fell by the hand of David (/ˈdeɪvɪd/; Biblical Hebrew: דָּוִד‎, romanized: Dāwīḏ, “beloved one”) Historians of the Ancient Near East agree that David probably lived around 1000 BCE. For more info click here, and by the hand of his servants.

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