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  • The king of Israel then advanced, capturing horses and chariots and inflicting a great defeat on Aram. (1 Kings 20, 21)

  • The prophet then went to the king of Israel and said, 'Now is the time to be resolute and think carefully about what you should do, for at the turn of the year the king of Aram will march against you.' (1 Kings 20, 22)

  • The servants of the king of Aram said to him, 'Their gods are gods of the mountains; that is why they have proved stronger than we are. But if we fight them on level ground, we shall certainly beat them. (1 Kings 20, 23)

  • The man of God then went to the king of Israel and said, 'Yahweh says this, "Since Aram has said that Yahweh is a god of the mountains and not a god of the plains, I shall put the whole of this huge army into your power, and you will know that I am Yahweh."' (1 Kings 20, 28)

  • There was a lull of three years, with no fighting between Aram and Israel. (1 Kings 22, 1)

  • The king of Israel said to his officers, 'You are aware that Ramoth in Gilead belongs to us? And yet we do nothing to wrest it away from the king of Aram.' (1 Kings 22, 3)

  • Now, the king of Aram had given his chariot commanders the following order, 'Do not attack anyone of whatever rank, except the king of Israel.' (1 Kings 22, 31)

  • When the king of Moab saw that the battle had turned against him, he mustered seven hundred swordsmen in the hope of breaking a way out and going to the king of Aram, but he failed. (2 Kings 3, 26)

  • Naaman, army commander to the king of Aram, was a man who enjoyed his master's respect and favour, since through him Yahweh had granted victory to the Aramaeans. (2 Kings 5, 1)

  • 'Go by all means,' said the king of Aram, 'I shall send a letter to the king of Israel.' So Naaman left, taking with him ten talents of silver, six thousand shekels of gold and ten festal robes. (2 Kings 5, 5)

  • The king of Aram was at war with Israel. He conferred with his officers and said, 'You must attack at such and such a place.' (2 Kings 6, 8)

  • The king of Aram grew very much disturbed over this. He summoned his officers, and said, 'Tell me which of you is betraying us to the king of Israel.' (2 Kings 6, 11)

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