Found 91 Results for: Marched

  • Then the kings of Sodom, Gomorrah, Admah, Zeboiim and Bela (that is, Zoar) marched out and engaged them in the Valley of Siddim: (Genesis 14, 8)

  • Yahweh made Pharaoh king of Egypt stubborn, and he gave chase to the Israelites. The Israelites marched confidently away, (Exodus 14, 8)

  • The Israelites, however, had marched through the sea on dry ground, with walls of water to right and left of them. (Exodus 14, 29)

  • But Sihon would not give Israel leave to pass through his country. He assembled all his people, marched into the desert to meet Israel, and reached Jahaz, where he gave battle to Israel. (Numbers 21, 23)

  • They then turned and marched on Bashan. Og king of Bashan and all his people marched to meet them and give battle at Edrei. (Numbers 21, 33)

  • So I told you, but you would not listen, and you rebelled against the voice of Yahweh; presumptuously you marched into the highlands. (Deuteronomy 1, 43)

  • Sihon marched out against us, he and all his people, to give battle at Jahaz. (Deuteronomy 2, 32)

  • 'We then turned on Bashan and invaded that. And Og king of Bashan marched out against us, he and all his people, to give battle at Edrei. (Deuteronomy 3, 1)

  • the vanguard marched ahead of the priests, who blew their trumpets, the rearguard followed behind the ark; the men marched, the trumpets sounded. (Joshua 6, 9)

  • Carrying the seven ram's-horn trumpets, the seven priests walked ahead of the ark of Yahweh, blowing their trumpets as they went, while the vanguard marched ahead of them and the rearguard behind the ark of Yahweh, and the march went on to the sound of the trumpet. (Joshua 6, 13)

  • They marched once round the city (on the second day) and went back to camp; and so on for six days. (Joshua 6, 14)

  • On the seventh day, they got up at dawn and marched (in the same manner) round the city seven times. (This was the only day when they marched round the city seven times.) (Joshua 6, 15)

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