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Reuben’s Sons

5:1 NOW the sons of Reuben or Reuven (Hebrew: רְאוּבֵן, Standard Rəʾūven,meaning “behold, a son”. For more info click here the firstborn of Israel, (for he was the firstborn; but forasmuch as he defiled his father’s bed, his birthright was given to the sons of Joseph Hebrew Yosef (יוֹסֵף‎) Meaning: Jehovah shall add, God will add, taken away or praise, fame taken away. For more info click here the son of Israel: and the genealogy is not to be reckoned after the birthright.
5:2 For Judah(Hebrew: יְהוּדָה‎, Modern: Yəhūda, Tiberian: Yŭhūḏā), literally “thanksgiving” or “praise,” is the noun form of the root Y-D-H (ידה), “to thank” or “to praise. The fourth of the six sons of Jacob and Leah. For more info click here prevailed above his brothers, and of him came the chief ruler; but the birthright was Joseph Hebrew Yosef (יוֹסֵף‎) Meaning: Jehovah shall add, God will add, taken away or praise, fame taken away. For more info click here‘s:)
5:3 The sons, I say, of Reuben the firstborn of Israel were, Hanoch, and Pallu, Hezron, and Carmi.
5:4 The sons of Joel; Shemaiah his son, Gog his son, Shimei his son,
5:5 Micah his son, Reaia his son, Baal his son,
5:6 Beerah his son, whom Tilgathpilneser king of Assyria carried away captive: he was prince of the Reubenites.
5:7 And his brothers by their families, when the genealogy of their generations was reckoned, were the chief, Jeiel, and Zechariah,
5:8 And Bela the son of Azaz, the son of Shema, the son of Joel, who lived in Aroer, even to Nebo and Baalmeon:
5:9 And eastward he inhabited to the entering in of the wilderness from the river Euphrates: because their cattle were multiplied in the land of Gilead or Gilad (/ˈɡɪliəd/; Hebrew: גִּלְעָד Gilʿāḏ) is the ancient, historic, biblical name of the mountainous northern part of the region of Transjordan. The region is bounded in the west by the Jordan River, in the north by the deep ravine of the river Yarmouk and the region of Bashan, and in the southwest by what were known during antiquity as the “plains of Moab”, with no definite boundary to the east..
5:10 And in the days of Saul (/sɔːl/; Hebrew: שָׁאוּל‎, Šāʾūl; Greek: Σαούλ, Saoúl; transl. ”asked/prayed for”) For more info click here they made war with the Hagarites, who fell by their hand: and they lived in their tents throughout all the east land of Gilead or Gilad (/ˈɡɪliəd/; Hebrew: גִּלְעָד Gilʿāḏ) is the ancient, historic, biblical name of the mountainous northern part of the region of Transjordan. The region is bounded in the west by the Jordan River, in the north by the deep ravine of the river Yarmouk and the region of Bashan, and in the southwest by what were known during antiquity as the “plains of Moab”, with no definite boundary to the east.

The Chief men of God

5:11 And the children of Gad lived over against them, in the land of Bashan to Salcah:
5:12 Joel the chief, and Shapham the next, and Jaanai, and Shaphat in Bashan.
5:13 And their brothers of the house of their fathers were, Michael, and Meshullam, and Sheba, and Jorai, and Jachan, and Zia, and Heber, seven.
5:14 These are the children of Abihail the son of Huri, the son of Jaroah, the son of Gilead, the son of Michael, the son of Jeshishai, the son of Jahdo, the son of Buz;
5:15 Ahi the son of Abdiel, the son of Guni, chief of the house of their fathers.
5:16 And they lived in Gilead or Gilad (/ˈɡɪliəd/; Hebrew: גִּלְעָד Gilʿāḏ) is the ancient, historic, biblical name of the mountainous northern part of the region of Transjordan. The region is bounded in the west by the Jordan River, in the north by the deep ravine of the river Yarmouk and the region of Bashan, and in the southwest by what were known during antiquity as the “plains of Moab”, with no definite boundary to the east. in Bashan, and in her towns, and in all the suburbs of Sharon, upon their borders.
5:17 All these were reckoned by genealogies in the days of Jotham king of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam/ˌdʒɛrəˈboʊ.əm/; Hebrew: יָרָבְעָם‎ Yārŏḇə‘ām; Greek: Ἱεροβοάμ, romanized: Hieroboám Reign 931 – 910 BC Died 910 BC king of Israel.
5:18 The sons of Reuben or Reuven (Hebrew: רְאוּבֵן, Standard Rəʾūven, meaning “behold, a son”. he was the first of the six sons of Jacob and Leah (Jacob’s oldest son) For more info click here, and the Gadites, and half the tribe of Manasseh (/məˈnæsə/; Hebrew: מְנַשֶּׁה‎ Mənaššé, “Forgetter”; Greek: Μανασσῆς Manasses; was the fourteenth king of the Kingdom of Judah. He was the oldest of the sons of Hezekiah and his mother Hephzibah (2 Kings 21:1). He became king at the age of 12 and reigned for 55 years., of valiant men, men able to bear buckler and sword, and to shoot with bow, and skilful in war, were four and forty thousand seven hundred and sixty, that went out to the war.
5:19 And they made war with the Hagarites, with Jetur, and Nephish, and Nodab.
5:20 And they were helped against them, and the Hagarites were delivered into their hand, and all that were with them: for they cried to God in the battle, and he was begged of them; because they put their trust in him.
5:21 And they took away their cattle; of their camels fifty thousand, and of sheep two hundred and fifty thousand, and of asses two thousand, and of men one hundred thousand.
5:22 For there fell down many killed, because the war was of God. And they lived in their places until the captivity.

The Children of the half Manasseh

5:23 And the children of the half tribe of Manasseh (/məˈnæsə/; Hebrew: מְנַשֶּׁה‎ Mənaššé, “Forgetter”; Greek: Μανασσῆς Manasses; was the fourteenth king of the Kingdom of Judah. He was the oldest of the sons of Hezekiah and his mother Hephzibah (2 Kings 21:1). He became king at the age of 12 and reigned for 55 years. lived in the land: they increased from Bashan to Baalhermon and Senir, and to mount Hermon.
5:24 And these were the heads of the house of their fathers, even Epher, and Ishi, and Eliel, and Azriel, and Jeremiah, and Hodaviah, and Jahdiel, mighty men of valor, famous men, and heads of the house of their fathers.
5:25 And they transgressed against the God of their fathers, and went a whoring after the gods of the people of the land, whom God destroyed before them.
5:26 And the God of Israel stirred up the spirit of Pul king of Assyria, and the spirit of Tilgathpilneser king of Assyria, and he carried them away, even the Reubenites, and the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manasseh (/məˈnæsə/; Hebrew: מְנַשֶּׁה‎ Mənaššé, “Forgetter”; Greek: Μανασσῆς Manasses; was the fourteenth king of the Kingdom of Judah. He was the oldest of the sons of Hezekiah and his mother Hephzibah (2 Kings 21:1). He became king at the age of 12 and reigned for 55 years., and brought them to Halah, and Habor, and Hara, and to the river Gozan, to this day.

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