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  • 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)

  • When Barak arrived, Yael came out to meet him and said, "Come in, and I will show you the man you are looking for." He entered and saw Sisera dead with a tent peg through his temple. (Judges 4, 22)

  • She put her hand to the peg and with her right hand took the hammer of a workman. She struck Sisera, crushed his head, pierced and shattered his temple. (Judges 5, 26)

  • So they gave him seventy pieces of silver from the temple of Baal-berith which Abimelech used to hire wicked mercenaries to set out with him. (Judges 9, 4)

  • One day they went to the vineyards and gathered grapes and trod on them. Then they feasted in the temple of their god. While eating and drinking, they cursed Abimelech. (Judges 9, 27)

  • When the inhabitants of the Tower of Shechem heard this, they went to the underground room of the temple of El-Berith. (Judges 9, 46)

  • Hannah answered, "Let your maidservant deserve your kindness." Then she left the temple and when she was at table, she seemed a different woman. (1 Samuel 1, 18)

  • Once more Elkanah went to the temple with his family to offer his yearly sacrifice and to pay his vow to Yahweh. (1 Samuel 1, 21)

  • There they brought it into the temple of Dagon and set it up beside him. (1 Samuel 5, 2)

  • This is why the priests of Dagon and his worshipers do not tread on the threshold of his temple in Ashdod up to this day. (1 Samuel 5, 5)

  • They put his armor in the temple of Ashtaroth and pinned his body on the wall of Bethshan. (1 Samuel 31, 10)

  • But I called upon the Lord in my distress, to my God I cried for help; and from his temple he heard my voice, my cry of grief reached his ears. (2 Samuel 22, 7)


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