Found 40 Results for: Gibeah

  • Zela, Haeleph, the Jebusite city (that is, Jerusalem), Gibeah and Kiriath; fourteen cities and their villages. This was the heritage of the clans of Benjaminites. (Joshua 18, 28)

  • But his master said to him, "We will not turn off to a city of foreigners, who are not Israelites, but will go on to Gibeah. (Judges 19, 12)

  • Come," he said to his servant, "let us make for some other place, either Gibeah or Ramah, to spend the night." (Judges 19, 13)

  • So they continued on their way till the sun set on them when they were abreast of Gibeah of Benjamin. (Judges 19, 14)

  • There they turned off to enter Gibeah for the night. The man waited in the public square of the city he had entered, but no one offered them the shelter of his home for the night. (Judges 19, 15)

  • In the evening, however, an old man came from his work in the field; he was from the mountain region of Ephraim, though he lived among the Benjaminite townspeople of Gibeah. (Judges 19, 16)

  • and the Levite, the husband of the murdered woman, testified: "My concubine and I went into Gibeah of Benjamin for the night. (Judges 20, 4)

  • But the citizens of Gibeah rose up against me by night and surrounded the house in which I was. Me they attempted to kill, and my concubine they abused so that she died. (Judges 20, 5)

  • Now as for Gibeah, this is what we will do: We will proceed against it by lot, (Judges 20, 9)

  • taking from all the tribes of Israel ten men for every hundred, a hundred for every thousand, a thousand for every ten thousand, and procuring supplies for the soldiers who will go to deal fully and suitably with Gibeah of Benjamin for the crime it committed in Israel." (Judges 20, 10)

  • Now give up these corrupt men of Gibeah, that we may put them to death and thus purge the evil from Israel." But the Benjaminites refused to accede to the demand of their brothers, the Israelites. (Judges 20, 13)

  • Instead, the Benjaminites assembled from their other cities to Gibeah, to do battle with the Israelites. (Judges 20, 14)

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