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  • No hand shall touch him; he must be stoned to death or killed with arrows. Such a one, man or beast, must not be allowed to live. Only when the ram's horn resounds may they go up to the mountain." (Exodus 19, 13)

  • I will spend on them woe upon woe and exhaust all my arrows against them: (Deuteronomy 32, 23)

  • I will make my arrows drunk with blood, and my sword shall gorge itself with flesh-- With the blood of the slain and the captured, Flesh from the heads of the enemy leaders." (Deuteronomy 32, 42)

  • On the third day of the month I will shoot arrows, as though aiming at a target. (1 Samuel 20, 20)

  • I will then send my attendant to go and recover the arrows. If in fact I say to him, 'Look, the arrow is this side of you; pick it up,' come, for you are safe. As the LORD lives, there will be nothing to fear. (1 Samuel 20, 21)

  • He sent forth arrows to put them to flight; he flashed lightning and routed them. (2 Samuel 22, 15)

  • "Take a bow and some arrows," Elisha said to him. When he had done so, (2 Kings 13, 15)

  • Then he said to the king of Israel, "Take the arrows," which he did. Elisha said to him, "Strike the ground!" He struck the ground three times and stopped. (2 Kings 13, 18)

  • the whole fury of the battle descended upon Saul. Then the archers found him, and wounded him with their arrows. (1 Chronicles 10, 3)

  • They were archers who could use either the right or the left hand, both in slinging stones and in shooting arrows with the bow. They were some of Saul's kinsmen, from Benjamin. (1 Chronicles 12, 2)

  • He also built machines in Jerusalem, devices contrived to stand on the towers and at the angles of the walls to shoot arrows and cast large stones. His fame spread far and wide, and his power was ascribed to the marvelous help he had received. (2 Chronicles 26, 15)

  • For the arrows of the Almighty pierce me, and my spirit drinks in their poison; the terrors of God are arrayed against me. (Job 6, 4)


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