And the LORD said, Judah shall go up first. read chapter 20 in KJV. WBT Judges 20:18. And the children of Israel arose, and went up to the house of God, and asked counsel of God, and said, Which of us shall go up first to the battle against the children of Benjamin? And the LORD said, Judah shall go up first. read chapter 20 in WBT. WEB Judges 20:18. The children of Israel arose, and went up to Bethel, and asked counsel of God; and they said, Who shall go up for us first to battle against the children of Benjamin? Yahweh said, Judah first. read chapter 20 in WEB. YLT Judges 20:18.
Yahweh said, "Judah first. Young's Literal Translation And they rise and go up to Beth-El, and ask of God, and the sons of Israel say, 'Who doth go up for us at the commencement to battle with the sons of Benjamin?' and Jehovah saith, 'Judah - at the commencement. Judges 20:18 Parallel. Wesley's Notes on the Bible. 20:18 Children of Israel - Some sent in the name of all. House of God - To Shiloh, which was not far from Mizpeh.
And the LORD said, Judah shall go up first. Read verse in King James Version. Judges 20:17 Judges 20 Judges 20:19. View Study Resources. The King James Version is in the public domain. The King James Bible Version Online).
The Lord replied, Judah shall go first. 19 The next morning the Israelites got up and pitched camp near Gibeah. 20 The Israelites went out to fight the Benjamites and took up battle positions against them at Gibeah. The Benjamites had begun to inflict casualties on the Israelites (about thirty), and they said, We are defeating them as in the first battle. 40 But when the column of smoke began to rise from the city, the Benjamites turned and saw the whole city going up in smoke. 41 Then the Israelites counterattacked, and the Benjamites were terrified, because they realized that disaster had come on them. Judges 20:18 Or to the house of God; also in verse 26. Judges 20:33 Some Septuagint manuscripts and Vulgate; the meaning of the Hebrew for this word is uncertain. Judges 20:33 Hebrew Geba, a variant of Gibeah. Judges 20:43 The meaning of the Hebrew for this word is uncertain.
2 And the Lord said, Judah shall go up: behold, I have delivered the land into his hand. 18 Also Judah took Gaza with the acoast thereof, and Askelon with the coast thereof, and Ekron with the coast thereof. 19 And the Lord was with aJudah; and he drave out the inhabitants of the mountain; but could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley, because they had bchariots of iron. 20 And they gave Hebron unto Caleb, as Moses said: and he expelled thence the three sons of Anak. 21 And the children of Benjamin did not adrive out the bJebusites that inhabited Jerusalem; but the cJebusites dwell with the children of Benjamin in Jerusalem unto this day.
Then the LORD said, "Judah shall go up first. So the sons of Israel arose in the morning and camped against Gibeah. The men of Israel went out to battle against Benjamin, and the men of Israel arrayed for battle against them at Gibeah. and Phinehas the son of Eleazar, Aaron's son, stood before it to minister in those days), saying, "Shall I yet again go out to battle against the sons of my brother Benjamin, or shall I cease?" And the LORD said, "Go up, for tomorrow I will deliver them into your hand. Those God Gave Into Their Hands.
And the LORD said, Judah first. k) That is, to the ark, which was in Shiloh some think in Mizpeh, as in (Judges 20:1). 20:21 And the children of Benjamin came forth out of Gibeah, and destroyed down to the ground of the Israelites that day l twenty and two thousand men. (l) This God permitted because by this means he would punish their sins, by the strength of the Israelites. And the LORD said, Go up; for to morrow I will deliver them into thine hand. n) Or, served in the priest's office in those days: for the Jews write that he lived three hundred years. 20:31 And the children of Benjamin went out against the people, were o drawn away from the city; and they began to smite of the people, kill, as at other times, in the highways, of which one goeth up to the house of God, and the other to Gibeah in the field, about thirty men of Israel. o) By the policy of the children of Israel.
In the book of Judges we can see the first 300 years of the history of Israel, from the time of the death of Joshua to the time of Samuel the last of the Judges. Everything that took place happened really on a local level in the land of Israel and not necessarily on a national level. They served in a multiple role as judicial, military, and spiritual leaders. The period of the judges may be said to extend through the life of the last judge, Samuel, whose death is recorded in 1 Samuel 25. Quick Reference Maps - Judges. The Twelve Tribes and the Judges.
And the LORD said, Judah shall go up. Indeed I have delivered the land into his hand. a. The children of Israel asked the LORD: Here they did the right thing – the thing Joshua would have wanted them to do. With Joshua gone, they were not left without a leader; they were simply called to a renewed trust in God. b. And the LORD said: When Israel sought the LORD, He guided them. This is a consistent pattern through the Book of Judges. God never failed to deliver and help His people when they sought Him.
|1||Patriotic Medley (Battle Hymn Of The Republic / America The Beautiful)|
|2||Send Judah First|
|4||Hear Your People|
|5||If Thou Canst Believe|
|8||The Bride Of Christ|
|9||Count God Faithful|
|10||In Jesus Name|
|11||We Sing Holy|
|13||Worship The Lord|
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