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  • But as they cried to Yahweh, he gave them a liberator - Ehud, a left-handed man, the son of Gera, from the tribe of Benjamin. The Israelites entrusted a gift to him to bring to Eglon, king of Moab. (Judges 3, 15)

  • So, Ehud made for himself a two-edged dagger, one cubit long, and strapped it on his right thigh under his clothes. (Judges 3, 16)

  • When Ehud finished offering the present, he dismissed the men who had brought all the things. (Judges 3, 18)

  • Then Ehud approached him, while the king was seated alone on his private roof chamber where it was cool. Ehud said to him, "Lord, I have a warning from God for you." The king rose from his seat. (Judges 3, 20)

  • Then Ehud, with his left hand, took the dagger from his right thigh and thrust it into the king's belly. (Judges 3, 21)

  • The handle even went in with the blade and the fat closed over the blade, for Ehud did not draw the dagger out of his belly; and the dirt came out. (Judges 3, 22)

  • Ehud jumped out through the window after having locked the doors of the roof behind him. (Judges 3, 23)

  • Ehud had escaped while the servants waited for their king; he had passed through the place of the Idols and reached a safe place in Seirah. (Judges 3, 26)

  • After Ehud died, the Israelites again treated Yahweh badly, (Judges 4, 1)

  • Jediael had one son, Bilhan who had seven sons: Jeush, Benjamin, Ehud, Chenaanah, Zethan, Tarshish, and Ahishahar. (1 Chronicles 7, 10)

  • These are the sons of Ehud. They were heads of families of the inhabitants of Geba and led them into exile at Manahath: (1 Chronicles 8, 6)

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