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  • if these men die an ordinary death, merely suffering the fate common to all mankind, then it was not the LORD who sent me. (Numbers 16, 29)

  • what the common soldiers had looted each one kept for himself. (Numbers 31, 53)

  • they all formed an alliance to launch a common attack against Joshua and Israel. (Joshua 9, 2)

  • The land on the south belonged to Ephraim and that on the north to Manasseh; with the sea as their common boundary, they reached Asher on the north and Issachar on the east. (Joshua 17, 10)

  • The king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones, and cedars as numerous as the sycamores of the foothills. (1 Kings 10, 27)

  • Jeroboam did not give up his evil ways after this event, but again made priests for the high places from among the common people. Whoever desired it was consecrated and became a priest of the high places. (1 Kings 13, 33)

  • From the temple of the LORD he also removed the sacred pole, to the Kidron Valley, outside Jerusalem; there he had it burned and beaten to dust, which was then scattered over the common graveyard. (2 Kings 23, 6)

  • And from the city he took one courtier, a commander of soldiers, five men in the personal service of the king who were still in the city, the scribe of the army commander, who mustered the people of the land, and sixty of the common people still remaining in the city. (2 Kings 25, 19)

  • The king made silver and gold as common in Jerusalem as stones, while cedars became as numerous as the sycamores of the foothills. (2 Chronicles 1, 15)

  • The king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones, while cedars became as numerous as the sycamores of the foothills. (2 Chronicles 9, 27)

  • Stand in the sanctuary according to the divisions of the ancestral houses of your brethren, the common people, so that the distribution of the Levites and the families may be the same. (2 Chronicles 35, 5)

  • Josiah contributed to the common people a flock of lambs and kids, thirty thousand in number, each to serve as a Passover victim for any who were present, and also three thousand oxen; these were from the king's property. (2 Chronicles 35, 7)


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