Marie Speaks GOD’s Grace
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How we conduct Bible Studies here:
We believe GOD has called each of us to search matters out.
(The glorie of God is to conceale a thing secret: but the Kings honour is to search out a thing. Proverbs 25:2)
This is one reason why here at Marie Speaks GOD’s Grace Bible Study we review several historical references and resources, of which we provide links and or screen shots for others to study at their leisure.
We have been directed by GOD Almighty, to go Book by Book, Verse by Verse; sharing HIS GOoD News.
We believe as directed by GOD Our Heavenly Father, learning and growing in CHRIST shall only be achieved in reading, studying, and sharing HIS Word for ourselves; not relying on man.
(Luke 9 1 Then called he his twelve disciples together, and gave them power and authority over all devils, and to heal diseases.2 And he sent them forth to preach the kingdom of God, and to cure the sick.) (Matthew 24 4And Iesus answered, and sayd vnto them, Take heede that no man deceiue you. 5For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ, and shall deceiue many.)
Learning, growing, and studying with OUR LORD is to be done with others that are like minded, but more so during our personal time.
(Matthew 6:6 But when thou prayest, enter into thy chamber and when thou hast shut thy doore, pray vnto thy Father which is in secret, and thy Father which seeth in secret, shall rewarde thee openly.0
The BLOGs are written to assist those just beginning to study the BIBLE as a starting point. The Live or recorded Bible Studies are to cover and release opportunities and guidance, but ultimately is ones own personal responsibility to rule, govern, and be purposeful in their relationship with GOD, CHRIST, and The HOLYSPIRIT.
He who plants and he who waters are one, and each will receive his wages according to his labor.
Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.
Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, in proportion to our faith; if service, in our serving; the one who teaches, in his teaching; the one who exhorts, in his exhortation; the one who contributes, in generosity; the one who leads, with zeal; the one who does acts of mercy, with cheerfulness.
The soul who sins shall die. The son shall not suffer for the iniquity of the father, nor the father suffer for the iniquity of the son. The righteousness of the righteous shall be upon himself, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon himself.
Let US Begin!!!!
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Let us begin with today’s lesson!
Halley’s Bible Hand Book Numbers ch 21:
Link to e-version of Halley’s Bible Handbook: https://archive.org/details/HalleysBibleHandbookHenryH.Halley/page/n387/mode/2up
I want us to review who were the Amalekites and the Canaanites. When we take a review we might understand why GOD chose to have the Nation of Israel go in certain directions rather then others, but also why some wars were win or lost.
Definition of Anakim- (Anak) —Biblical Data:
A pre-Canaanite tribe, dwelling (according to Josh. xi. 21, 22, and Judges i. 10, 20) in the hill country of Judah and in the Philistine plain (Hebron, Debir, Anab, Gaza, Gath, Ashdod). Three clans are mentioned: Sheshai, Ahiman, and Talmai (Judges, i. 10; Num. xiii. 22). These names seem, from their form, to be Aramaic; but what this fact signifies is not clear. The Anakim are said to have been conquered by Caleb (Josh. xv. 14; Judges, i. 20), who received their territory. In Deut. ii. 11, the Anakim are called a branch of the Rephaim, which is perhaps a generic term. The Hebrew of Num. xiii. 33classes them also with the Nefilim; but the clause is not in the Greek, and is probably a late gloss. In Judges, i. 10, the conquest is ascribed to Judah. How far the Anakim had been absorbed by Canaanites and Philistines is uncertain. On the genealogy in Josh. xiv. 12-15 and xv. 13, see Hebron and Kirjath Arba.
For a deeper review please re-visit our BLOG Numbers ch 13: Twelve Spies Sent to Canaan. giants, DNA, and as in the Days of Noah at link: https://www.minds.com/blog/view/1316907343438417932
This also has the Live Bible Study links to aide in the review.
I class I really liked was one taught by Bishop Larry Gaiters during the MODULE 5 of a Weekly GLOBAL MASTER CLASS “ANTARCTICA: THE CELL OF THE FALLEN ANGELS” Through The Scripture Text of (GEN 6 / ENOCH 6/ ST. JUDE 6). I am not paid to endorse, nor am I affiliated; just sharing a class I watch and took notes on.
Another helpful link to review is:
I want to highlight this Bible Verse: As we spoke about before; GOD has directed me to read
“The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English”
as translated with an introduction by Geza Vermes
Link is provided for those who would like to read on their own. https://ia802705.us.archive.org/0/items/pdfy-Uy_BZ_QGsaLiJ4Zs/The%20Dead%20Sea%20Scrolls%20[Complete%20English%20Translation].pdf
I purchased my hard copy from Amazon . I am not paid to endorse and I am not affiliated.
Moving on, the Scrolls Titled are
- The Rules The Community Rule
- Community Rule manuscripts from Cave 4 Entry into the Covenant
- Four Classes of the Community
- The Damascus Document
- Damascus Document manuscripts from Cave 4 The Messianic Rule
- The War Scroll
- The War Scroll from Cave 4
- The Book of War
- The Temple Scroll
- MMT (Miqsatt Ma‘ase Ha- Torah) – Some Observances of the Law
All confirm verse Number ch 8 : 23-24 or I should say the verses Number ch 8: 23-24 confirm the Dead Sea Scrolls listed above.
(retrieved from: https://www.minds.com/MarieSpeaksatParadeRest/blog/preparation-for-the-journey-ii-1301987355674021908, date Jan 31, 2022/5782)
Reviewing the Process the Priestly Warriors of GOD had to graduate from in my opinion is necessary.
The Priest would be ordered by GOD to go through one or several lengthy processes of consecration, Spiritual Elevation, and many Offerings / atonement for sins; before sent out for war, battle, or a mission. If we take a deeper look our process in CHRIST, we might notice a similar process that has been taken with us. All, of which is relative to our individual position in the body of CHRIST and Army of YAH.
We can take a look at the Numbers outline showing us where we are in the text map of Israel going to the Promise Land:
(retrieved from:https://www.minds.com/MarieSpeaksatParadeRest/blog/preparation-for-the-journey-numbers-ch-7-geneva-1560-bible-1298021966166364180, date Jan 31, 2022/ 5782)
Let’s review Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia and research the name Nehushtan.
(retrieved from:https://archive.org/details/wycliffebibleenc0002unse/page/1194/mode/2up, date Jan 31, 2022/5782)
Richards’ Complete Bible Handbook
Numbers ch 21:
(retrieved from: https://archive.org/details/richardscomplete0000rich/page/106/mode/2up, date 21 Oct, 2021/ 5782)
War in Bible Terms:
Eerdmans’ Handbooks to the Bible
Numbers ch 21:
(retrieved from: https://archive.org/details/eerdmanshandbook0000unse/page/194/mode/2up, 21 Oct, 2021/5781
What was Arad:
a royal city of the Canaanites, named with Hormah and Libnah. ( Joshua 12:14 ) The wilderness of Judah was to the south of Arad.” ( Judges 1:16 ) It may be identified with a hill, Tel Arad , an hour and a half northeast by east from Milh (Moladah), and eight hours from Hebron.
Who was Sihon:
(warrior ) king of the Amorites when Israel arrived on the borders of the promised land. ( Numbers 21:21 ) (B.C. 1451.) Shortly before the time of Israels arrival he had dispossessed the Moabites of a splendid territory, driving them south of the natural bulwark of the Amen. Ibid. ( Numbers 21:26-29 ) When the Israelite host appeared, he did not hesitate or temporize like Balak, but at once gathered his people together and attacked them. But the battle was his last. He and all his host were destroyed, and their district from Amen to Jabbok became at once the possession of the conqueror.
(retrieved from:https://www.biblestudytools.com/dictionaries/smiths-bible-dictionary/ , date 05 Feb, 2022/ 5782)
2. Geneva 1560 Bible Teaching Notes:
Numbers ch 20:
Link to e-version of Geneva Bible 1560/1599:
The Nation of Israel unites in one mind to destroy an enemy
|21:1 thru 21:2|
When King Arad the Canaanite, which dwelt toward the South, heard tel that Israel came by the way of the spies, then fought hee against Israel, and tooke of them prysoners.
So Israel vowed a vowe vnto the Lord, and said, If thou wilt deliuer and giue this people into mine hand, then I wil vtterly destroy their cities.
GOD hears the Nation of Israel united and delivers their enemies into their hands.
|21:3||And the Lord heard the voyce of Israel, and deliuered them the Canaanites: and they vtterly destroied them and their cities, and called ye name of the place Hormah.|
What was Hormah?:
(a place laid waste ), or ZEPHATH, ( Judges 1:17 ) was the chief town of a king of a Canaanitish tribe on the south of Palestine, which was reduced by Joshua, and became a city of the territory of Judah, ( Joshua 15:30 ; 1 Samuel 30:30 ) but apparently belonged to Simeon. ( 1 Chronicles 4:30 )
(retrieved from: https://www.biblestudytools.com/dictionaries/smiths-bible-dictionary/hormah.html, date Feb5, 2022/ 5782)
|21:4 thru 21:6After, they departed from the mount Hor by the way of the red Sea, to compasse the land of Edom: and the people were sore grieued because of the way.And the people spake against God and against Moses, saying, Wherefore haue ye brought vs out of Egypt, to die in the wildernesse? for here is neither bread nor water, and our soule lotheth this light bread.Wherefore the Lord sent fierie serpents among ye people, which stung the people: so that many of the people of Israel died.|
What does the Bible say about snakes? Are snakes different to serpents?…. YES!
Specifically spoken here is fiery serpent which is a specifically category separate from snake or serpent… let’s review the definitions in order to understand the anger and wrath that was sent against the Nation of Israel as a punishment earned for their repeated disobedience and vile words toward GOD and HIS Prophet.
Almost as if GOD was saying HE would not tolerate the Nation of Israel any longer spitting venomous words or poisonous words.
Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance
fiery serpent, seraph
From saraph; burning, i.e. (figuratively) poisonous (serpent); specifically, a saraph or symbolical creature (from their copper color) — fiery (serpent), seraph.
(retrieved from:https://biblehub.com/hebrew/8314.htm, date Feb 5, 2022/5782)
Where as: The snake or serpent used in Genesis is defined quit different.
(Snake)/ Serpent 5175
From nachash; a snake (from its hiss) — serpent.
see HEBREW nachash
(retrieved from: https://biblehub.com/hebrew/5175.htm, date Feb 5, 2022/ 5782)
Smith’s Bible Dictionary defines Serpent in Numbers ch 21:8 as:
The Hebrew word nachash is the generic name of any serpent. The following are the principal biblical allusions to this animal its subtlety is mentioned in ( Genesis 3:1 ) its wisdom is alluded to by our Lord in ( Matthew 10:18 ) the poisonous properties of some species are often mentioned, see ( Psalms 58:4 ; Proverbs 25:32 ) the sharp tongue of the serpent is mentioned in ( Psalms 140:3 ; Job 20:16 ) the habit serpents have of lying concealed in hedges and in holes of walls is alluded to in ( Ecclesiastes 10:8 ) their dwelling in dry sandy places, in ( 8:10 ) their wonderful mode of progression did not escape the observation of the author of ( Proverbs 30:1 ) … who expressly mentions it as “one of the three things which were too wonderful for him.” ver. 19.
The art of taming and charming serpents is of great antiquity, and is alluded to in ( Psalms 58:5 ; Ecclesiastes 10:11 ; Jeremiah 8:17 ) and doubtless intimated by St. James, ( James 3:7 ) who particularizes serpents among all other animals that “have been tamed by man.” It was under the form of a serpent that the devil seduced Eve; hence in Scripture Satan is called “the old serpent.” ( Revelation 12:9 ) and comp. 2Cor 11:3 Hence, as a fruit of the tradition of the Fall, the serpent all through the East became the emblem of the spirit of evil, and is so pictured even on the monuments of Egypt. It has been supposed by many commentators that the serpent, prior to the Fall, moved along in an erect attitude. It is quite clear that an erect mode of progression is utterly incompatible with the structure of a serpent; consequently, had the snakes before the Fall moved in an erect attitude they must have been formed on a different plan altogether.
The typical form of the serpent and its mode of progression were in all probability the same before: the Fall as after it; but subsequent to the Fall its form and progression were to be regarded with hatred and disgust by all mankind, and thus the animal was cursed above all cattle,” and a mark of condemnation was forever stamped upon it. Serpents are said in Scripture to “eat dust,” see ( Genesis 3:14 ; Isaiah 65:25 ; Micah 7:17 ) these animals which for the most part take their food on the ground, do consequently swallow with it large portions of sand and dust. Throughout the East the serpent was used as an emblem of the evil principle, of the spirit of disobedience and contumacy. Much has been written on the question of the “fiery serpents” of ( Numbers 21:6 Numbers 21:8 ) with which it is usual to erroneously identify the “fiery flying serpent” of ( Isaiah 14:29 ) and Isai 30:6 The word “fiery” probably signifies “burning,” in allusion to the sensation produced by the bite. The Cerastes , or the Naia haje , or any other venomous species frequenting Arabia, may denote the “serpent of the burning bite” which destroyed the children of Israel.
The snake that fastened on St. Pauls hand when he was at Melita, ( Acts 28:5 ) was probably the common viper of England, Pelias berus . (See also ADDER; ASP] When God punished the murmurs of the Israelites in the wilderness by sending among them serpents whose fiery bite was fatal, Moses, upon their repentance, was commanded to make a serpent of brass, whose polished surface shone like fire, and to set it up on the banner-pole in the midst of the people; and whoever was bitten by a serpent had but to look up at it and live. ( Numbers 21:4-9 )
The comparison used by Christ, ( John 3:14 John 3:15 ) adds a deep interest to this scene. To present the serpent form, as deprived of its power to hurt, impaled as the trophy of a conqueror was to assert that evil, physical and spiritual, had been overcome, and thus help to strengthen the weak faith of the Israelites in a victory over both. Others look upon the uplifted serpent as a symbol of life and health, it having been so worshipped in Egypt.
The two views have a point of contact, for the serpent is wisdom . Wisdom, apart from obedience to God, degenerates to cunning, and degrades and envenoms mans nature. Wisdom, yielding to the divine law, is the source of healing and restoring influences, and the serpent form thus became a symbol of deliverance and health; and the Israelites were taught that it would be so with them in proportion as they ceased to be sensual and rebellious.
Preserved as a relic, whether on the spot of its first erection or elsewhere the brazen serpent, called by the name of Nehushtan , became an object of idolatrous veneration, and the zeal of Hezekiah destroyed it with the other idols of his father. ( 2 Kings 18:4 ) [NEHUSHTAN]
(retrieved from: https://www.biblestudytools.com/dictionaries/smiths-bible-dictionary/serpent.html, date Feb 5, 2022/ 5782)
|21:7 thru 21:9|
Therefore the people came to Moses and said, We haue sinned: for wee haue spoken against the Lord, and against thee: pray to the Lord, that he take away the serpents from vs: and Moses prayed for the people.
And the Lord said vnto Moses, Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it vp for a signe, that as many as are bitten, may looke vpon it, and liue.
So Moses made a serpent of brasse, and set it vp for a signe: and when a serpent had bitten a man, then he looked to the serpent of brasse, and liued.
|21:10 thru 21:16|
And ye children of Israel departed thence, and pitched in Oboth.
And they departed from Oboth, and pitched in lie-abarim, in the wildernesse, which is before Moab on the Eastside.
They remoued thence, and pitched vpon the riuer of Zared.
Thence they departed, and pitched on the other side of Arnon, which is in the wildernesse, and commeth out of the coasts of the Amorites: (for Arnon is the border of Moab, betweene the Moabites and the Amorites)
Wherefore it shall be spoken in the booke of the battels of the Lord, what thing he did in the red sea, and in the riuers of Arnon,
And at the streame of the riuers that goeth downe to the dwelling of Ar, and lieth vpon the border of Moab.
And from thence they turned to Beer: the same is the well where the Lord said vnto Moses, Assemble the people, and I wil giue them water.
Praise GOD before battle:
|21:17 thru: 21:20|
Then Israel sang this song, Rise vp well, sing ye vnto it.
The princes digged this well, the captaines of the people digged it, euen the lawe giuer, with their staues. And from the wildernesse they came to Mattanah,
And from Mattanah to Nahaliel, and from Nahaliel to Bamoth,
And from Bamoth in the valley, that is in the plaine of Moab, to the top of Pisgah that looketh toward Ieshimon.
What is …WARS OF THE LORD, BOOK OF THE:
By: Isidore Singer, M. Seligsohn
A work mentioned in a single passage of the Old Testament (Num. xxi. 14) in connection with the geographical position of Arnon. The title suggests that the book contained songs celebrating the victories of the Israelites led by Yhwh, and it seems, therefore, to have been similar to the Book of Jasher or possibly even identical with it, though there is no evidence to support the latter hypothesis. Modern scholars regard Num. xxi. 17-18, 27 et seq. as extracts from the same book (comp. Naḥmanides on Num. xxi. 14); and since some of the facts there mentioned refer to an epoch far subsequent to the Mosaic period, the last citation being supposed by Stade (“Gesch. des Volkes Israel,” i. 50) to refer to the time of Omri’s dynasty, the date of its composition is variously placed in the ninth century B.C. or in the reigns of David and Solomon (Reuss, “Gesch. der Heiligen Schrift,” p. 172).
(retrieved from: https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/14782-wars-of-the-lord-book-of-the, date Feb 5, 2022/5782)
|21:21 thru 21: 26|
Then Israel sent messengers vnto Sihon, King of the Amorites, saying,
Let me goe through thy land: we wil not turne aside into the fieldes, nor into the vineyardes, neither drinke of the waters of ye welles: we will goe by the kings way, vntill we be past thy countrey.
But Sihon gaue Israel no licence to passe through his countrey, but Sihon assembled all his people, and went out against Israel into the wildernesse: and he came to Iahoz, and fought against Israel.
But Israel smote him with the edge of the sword, and conquered his land, from Arnon vnto Iabok, euen vnto ye children of Ammon: for the border of the children of Ammon was strong.
And Israel tooke al these cities, and dwelt in all the cities of the Amorites in Heshbon and in all the villages thereof.
For Heshbon was the citie of Sihon the king of the Amorites, which had fought beforetime against the king of the Moabites, and had taken al his land out of his hand, euen vnto Arnon.
Who were the Amorites?
Amorite, the Amorites
(dwellers on the summits, mountaineers ), one of the chief nations who possessed the land of Canaan before its conquest by the Israelites. As dwelling on the elevated portions of the country, they are contrasted with the Canaanites, who were the dwellers in the lowlands; and the two thus formed the main broad divisions of the Holy Land, ( Numbers 13:29 ) and see ( 14:7 ; deuteronomy 1:7 deuteronomy 1:20 ) “mountain of the Amorites;” ( 1:44 ; Joshua 5:1 ; 10:6 ; 11:3 )
They first occupied the barren heights west of the Dead Sea, at the place called afterwards Engedi. From this point they stretched west to Hebron. At the date of the invasion of the country, Sihon, their then king, had taken the rich pasture land south of the Jabbok. This rich tract, bounded by the Jabbok on the north, the Arnon on the south, the Jordan on the west and “the wilderness” on the east, ( Judges 11:21 Judges 11:22 ) was, perhaps in the most special sense the “land of the Amorites,” ( Numbers 21:31 ; Joshua 12:2 Joshua 12:3 ; 13:10 ; Judges 11:21 Judges 11:22 ) but their possessions are distinctly stated to have extended to the very foot of Hermon, ( 3:8 ; 4:48 ) embracing “Gilead and all Bashan,” ( 3:10 ) with the Jordan valley on the east of the river. ( 4:49 ) After the conquest of Canaan nothing of importance is heard of the Amorites in the Bible.
Who were the Ammonites?
(sons of renown, mountaineers ), Ammonites, Children of Ammon, A people descended from Ben-ammi, the son of Lot by his younger daughter. ( Genesis 19:38 ) comp Psal 83:7,8 The Ammonites are frequently mentioned with the Moabites (descendants of Ben-ammis half-brother), and sometimes under the same name. Comp. ( Judges 10:6 ; 2 Chronicles 20:1 ; Zephaniah 2:8 ) etc. The precise position of the territory of the Ammonites is not ascertainable. In the earliest mention of them, ( 2:20 ) they are said to have dwelt in their place, Jabbok being their border. ( Numbers 21:24 ; 2:37 ; 3:16 ) (i.e. Land or country is, however, but rarely ascribed to them.
Their capital city was Rabbath, called also Rabbath Ammon on the Jabbok. We find everywhere traces of the fierce habits of maranders in their incursions.) ( 1 Samuel 11:2 ; Amos 1:13 ) and a very high degree of crafty cruelty to their toes. ( Jeremiah 41:6 Jeremiah 41:7 ; Judges 17:11 Judges 17:12 ) Moab was the settled and civilized half of the nation of Lot, and Ammon formed its predatory and Bedouin section. On the west of Jordan they never obtained a footing. The hatred in which the Ammonites were held by Israel is stated to have arisen partly from their denial of assistance, ( 23:4 ) to the Israelites on their approach to Canaan. But whatever its origin the animosity continued in force to the latest date. The tribe was governed by a king, ( Judges 11:12 ) etc.; ( 1 Samuel 12:12 ; 2 Samuel 10:1 ; Jeremiah 40:14 ) and by “princes.” ( 2 Samuel 10:3 ; 1 Chronicles 19:3 ) The divinity of the tribe was Molech [MOLECH], and they were gross idolaters.
Who were the Moab?
(of his father ), Moabites. Moab was the son of the Lots eldest daughter, the progenitor of the Moabites. Zoar was the cradle of the race of Lot. From this centre the brother tribes spread themselves. The Moabites first inhabited the rich highlands which crown the eastern side of the chasm of the Dead Sea, extending as far north as the mountain of Gilead, from which country they expelled the Emims, the original inhabitants, ( 2:11 ) but they themselves were afterward driven southward by the warlike Amorites, who had crossed the Jordan, and were confined to the country south of the river Arnon, which formed their northern boundary.
( Numbers 21:13 ; Judges 11:18 ) The territory occupied by Moab at the period of its greatest extent, before the invasion of the Amorites, divided itself naturally into three distinct and independent portions:– (1) The enclosed corner or canton south of the Arnon was the “field of Moab.” ( Ruth 1:1 Ruth 1:2 Ruth 1:6 ) etc. (2) The more open rolling country north of the Arnon, opposite Jericho, and up to the hills of Gilead, was the “land of Moab.” ( 1:5 ; 32:49 ) etc. (3) The sunk district in the tropical depths of the Jordan valley. ( Numbers 22:1 ) etc. The Israelites, in entering the promised land, did not pass through the Moabites, ( Judges 11:18 ) but conquered the Amorites, who occupied the country from which the Moabites had been so lately expelled. After the conquest of Canaan the relations of Moab with Israel were of a mixed character, sometimes warlike and sometimes peaceable. With the tribe of Benjamin they had at least one severe struggle, in union with their kindred the Ammonites. ( Judges 3:12-30 )
The story of Ruth, on the other hand, testifies to the existence of a friendly intercourse between Moab and Bethlehem, one of the towns of Judah. By his descent from Ruth, David may be said to have had Moabite blood in his veins. He committed his parents to the protection of the king of Moab, when hard pressed by Saul. ( 1 Samuel 22:3 1 Samuel 22:4 ) But here all friendly relations stop forever. The next time the name is mentioned is in the account of Davids war, who made the Moabites tributary. ( 2 Samuel 8:2 ; 1 Chronicles 18:2 )
At the disruption of the kingdom Moab seems to have fallen to the northern realm. At the death of Ahab the Moabites refused to pay tribute and asserted their independence, making war upon the kingdom of Judah. ( 2 Chronicles 22:1 ) … As a natural consequence of the late events, Israel, Judah and Edom united in an attack on Moab, resulting in the complete overthrow of the Moabites. Falling back into their own country, they were followed and their cities and farms destroyed. Finally, shut up within the walls of his own capital, the king, Mesha, in the sight of the thousands who covered the sides of that vast amphitheater, killed and burnt his child as a propitiatory sacrifice to the cruel gods of his country. Isaiah, chs. ( Isaiah 15 16 Isaiah 25:10-12 ) predicts the utter annihilation of the Moabites; and they are frequently denounced by the subsequent prophets.
For the religion of the Moabites see CHEMOSH; MOLECH; PEOR. See also Tristrams “Land of Moab.” Present condition. –(Noldeke says that the extinction of the Moabites was about A.D. 200, at the time when the Yemen tribes Galib and Gassara entered the eastern districts of the Jordan. Since A.D. 536 the last trace of the name Moab, which lingered in the town of Kir-moab, has given place to Kerak , its modern name. Over the whole region are scattered many ruins of ancient cities; and while the country is almost bare of larger vegetation, it is still a rich pasture-ground, with occasional fields of grain. The land thus gives evidence of its former wealth and power. –ED.)
|21:27 thru 21:30|
Wherefore they that speake in prouerbes, say, Come to Heshbon, let the citie of Sihon bee built and repaired:
For a fire is gone out of Heshbon, and a flame from the citie of Sihon, and hath consumed Ar of the Moabites, and the lords of Bamoth in Arnon.
Wo be to thee, Moab: O people of Chemosh, thou art vndone: he hath suffered his sonnes to be pursued, and his daughters to be in captiuitie to Sihon the king of the Amorites.
Their empire also is lost from Heshbon vnto Dibon, and wee haue destroyed them vnto Nophah, which reacheth vnto Medeba.
Where was Heshbon?
(stronghold ), the capital city of Sihon king of the Amorites. ( Numbers 21:26 ) It stood on the western border of the high plain –Mishor, ( Joshua 13:17 ) –and on the boundary line between the tribes of Reuben and Gad. The ruins of Hesban , 20 miles east of the Jordan, on the parallel of the northern end of the Dead Sea mark the site, as they bear the name; of the ancient Heshbon. There are many cisterns among the ruins. Comp. ( Solomon 7:4 )
Where was Ar?
(a city ), or Ar of Moab, one of the chief places of Moab. ( Numbers 21:28 ; Isaiah 15:1 ) In later times the place known as Areopolis and Rabbath-Moab. The site still called Rabba . It lies about halfway between Kerak and the Wady Mojeb , 10 or 11 miles from each, the Roman road passing through it.
What was Bamoth?
(heights of Baal ), a sanctuary of Baal in the country of Moab ( Joshua 13:17 ) which is probably mentioned in ( Numbers 21:19 ) under the shorter form of Bamoth, or Bamoth-in-the-ravine (20), and again in ( Isaiah 15:2 )
What was Chemosh?
(subduer ), the national deity of the Moabites. ( Numbers 21:29 ; Jeremiah 48:7 Jeremiah 48:13 Jeremiah 48:46 ) In ( Judges 11:24 ) he also appears as the god of the Ammonites. Solomon introduced, and Josiah abolished, the worship of Chemosh at Jerusalem. ( 1 Kings 11:7 ; 2 Kings 23:13 ) Also identified with Baal-peor, Baalzebub, Mars and Saturn.
Why is this important? How does all these definitions connect to witchcraft and demonic worship?
The national god of the Moabites. He became angry with his people and permitted them to become the vassals of Israel; his anger passed, he commanded Mesha to fight against Israel, and Moabitish independence was reestablished (Moabite Stone, lines 5, 9, 14 et seq.). A king in the days of Sennacherib was called “Chemoshnadab” (“K. B.” ii. 90 et seq. ; see Jehonadab). Chemosh was a god developed out of the primitive Semitic mother-goddess Athtar, whose name he bears (Moabite Stone, line 17; compare Barton, “Semitic Origins,” iv.). Peake wrongly holds that Ashtar-Chemosh was a deity distinct from Chemosh, while Moore and Bäthgen (“Beiträge zur Semitischen Religionsge. schichte,” p. 14) regard “Ashtar” in this name as equivalent to “Astarte,” who they believe was worshiped in the temple of Chemosh. “Ashtar” is more probably masculine here, as in South Arabia, and another name for Chemosh, the compound “Ashtar-Chemosh” being formed like “Yhwh-Elohim” or “Yhwh-Sebaoth.” There seems to be no good reason for denying that Chemosh was a “baal,” and that the names “Baal-maon” (Moabite Stone, line 30) and “Baal-peor” (Num. xxv. 3; Hosea ix. 10) apply to what was practically the same god as Chemosh. The way Mesha brings Baal-maon into his inscription identifies the latter with Chemosh; for when Baal-maon is pleased Chemosh speaks to Mesha (Moabite Stone, lines 30, 31). Whatever differences of conception may have attached to the god at different shrines, there is no adequate reason for doubting the substantial identity of the gods to whom these various names were applied. Hosea ix. 10 is proof that at some period (according to Wellhausen, at the time of the prophet himself) the impure cult of the Semitic goddess was practised at Baal-peor (compare Wellhausen, “Kleine Prophetell”; Nowack’s Commentary; and G. A. Smith, “Twelve Prophets,” ad loc.). Chemosh, therefore,was in general a deity of the same nature as Baal. On critical occasions a human sacrifice was considered necessary to secure his favor (compare II Kings iii. 27), and when deliverance came, a sanctuary might be built to him (Moabite Stone, line 3). An ancient poem, twice quoted in the Old Testament (Num. xxi. 27-30; Jer. xlviii. 45, 46), regards the Moabites as the children of Chemosh, and also calls them “the people of Chemosh.”
The etymology of “Chemosh” is unknown. The name of the father of Mesba, Chemosh-melek (“Chemosh is Malik,” or “Chemosh is king”; compare Moabite Stone, line 1), indicates the possibility that Chemosh and Malik (or Moloch) were one and the same deity. Judges xi. 24 has been thought by some to be a proof of this, since it speaks of Chemosh as the god of the Ammonites, while Moloch is elsewhere their god (compare I Kings xi. 7, 33). Several critics rightly regard the statement in Judges as a mistake; but such an error was not unnatural. since both Chemosh and Moloch were developed, in different environments, from the same primitive divinity, and possessed many of the same epithets.
Solomon is said to have built a sanctuary to Chemosh on the Mount of Olives (I Kings xi. 7, 33), which was maintained till the reform of Josiah (II Kings xxiii. 13). This movement by Solomon was no doubt to some extent a political one, but it made the worship of Chemosh a part of the religious life of Israel for nearly 400 years.
(retrieved from: https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/4296-chemosh, date Feb 5, 2022/ 5782)
This is goddess worship, this is feminism, this is those who say god is a woman… this is yoga, gaga, gaia transgenderism, feminizing of men
and this all leads back to the serpent…..
(pole dancing, strip dancing, sexual dancing, club dancing, aerobic or sporting dancing… and the same) False holy spirit…
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Kundalini (disambiguation).
Kundalini, chakras, and nadis In Hinduism, Kundalini (Sanskrit: कुण्डलिनी, romanized: kuṇḍalinī, lit. ’coiled snake’, pronunciation (help·info)) is a form of divine feminine energy (or Shakti) believed to be located at the base of the spine, in the muladhara. It is an important concept in Śhaiva Tantra, where it is believed to be a force or power associated with the divine feminine or the formless aspect of the Goddess. This energy in the body, when cultivated and awakened through tantric practice, is believed to lead to spiritual liberation. Kuṇḍalinī is associated with Parvati or Adi Parashakti, the supreme being in Shaktism; and with the goddesses Bhairavi and Kubjika. The term, along with practices associated with it, was adopted into Hatha yoga in the 9th century. It has since then been adopted into other forms of Hinduism as well as modern spirituality and New age thought.
Kuṇḍalinī awakenings are said to occur by a variety of methods. Many systems of yoga focus on awakening Kuṇḍalinī through: meditation; pranayama breathing; the practice of asana and chanting of mantras. Kundalini Yoga is influenced by Shaktism and Tantra schools of Hinduism. It derives its name from its focus upon the awakening of kundalini energy through regular practice of Mantra, Tantra, Yantra, Asanas or Meditation. The Kuṇḍalinī experience is frequently reported to be a distinct feeling of electric current running along the spine.
(retrieved from:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundalini, date Feb 5, 2022/ 5782)
|21:31 thru 21:35|
Thus Israel dwelt in the lande of the Amorites.
And Moses sent to searche out Iaazer, and they tooke the townes belonging thereto, and rooted out the Amorites that were there.
And they turned and went vp toward Bashan: and Og the King of Bashan came out against them, hee, and all his people, to fight at Edrei.
Then the Lord said vnto Moses, Feare him not: for I haue deliuered him into thine hand and all his people, and his land: and thou shalt do to him as thou diddest vnto Sihon the king of the Amorites, which dwelt at Heshbon.
They smote him therefore, and his sonnes, and all his people, vntill there was none left him: so they conquered his land.
Who was OG?
(giant , literally long-necked ), an Amoritish king of Bashan, whose rule extended over sixty cities. ( Joshua 13:12 ) He was one of the last representatives of the giant race of Rephaim, and was, with his children and his people, defeated and exterminated by the Israelites at Edrei immediately after the conquest of Sihon. ( Numbers 32:33 ; 3:1-13 ) Also ( 1:4 ; 4:47 ; 31:4 ; Joshua 2:10 ; 9:10 ; Joshua 13:12 Joshua 13:30 ) The belief in Ogs enormous stature is corroborated by an allusion to his iron bedstead preserved in “Rabbath of the children of Ammon.” ( 3:11 ) (B.C. 1461.)
All the tribes the Nation of Israel battled against are the corrupted dna fallen angels of spring, and those who worship baal, child sacrifice, perverse sexual abuses or acts, and giants of a variety.
Now the Bible Study ch 13 makes a little more sense.
and in the Book of Enoch
The Spiritual teaching of the TORAH is be only during Live Bible Study.
The TORAH verses below are for those who like to read or study the TORAH during their own time. For the shake of avoiding repeating the verses, I will only go over the verse GOD HaShem highlighted to us for this Bible Study.
Let us begin!!!!!
3. Torah Spiritual Teaching Notes:
Numbers ch 21:
Link to e-versoin of Torah:
Bamidbar – Numbers – Chapter 21
|1The Canaanite king of Arad, who lived in the south, heard that Israel had come by the route of the spies, and he waged war against Israel and took from them a captive.||אוַיִּשְׁמַ֞ע הַכְּנַֽעֲנִ֤י מֶֽלֶךְ־עֲרָד֙ ישֵׁ֣ב הַנֶּ֔גֶב כִּ֚י בָּ֣א יִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל דֶּ֖רֶךְ הָֽאֲתָרִ֑ים וַיִּלָּ֨חֶם֙ בְּיִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל וַיִּ֥שְׁבְּ | מִמֶּ֖נּוּ שֶֽׁבִי:|
|2Israel made a vow to the Lord, and said, “If You deliver this people into my hand, I shall consecrate their cities.”||בוַיִּדַּ֨ר יִשְׂרָאֵ֥ל נֶ֛דֶר לַֽיהֹוָ֖ה וַיֹּאמַ֑ר אִם־נָתֹ֨ן תִּתֵּ֜ן אֶת־הָעָ֤ם הַזֶּה֙ בְּיָדִ֔י וְהַֽחֲרַמְתִּ֖י אֶת־עָֽרֵיהֶֽם:|
|3The Lord heard Israel’s voice and delivered the Canaanite. He destroyed them and [consecrated] their cities, and he called the place Hormah.||גוַיִּשְׁמַ֨ע יְהֹוָ֜ה בְּק֣וֹל יִשְׂרָאֵ֗ל וַיִּתֵּן֙ אֶת־הַכְּנַֽעֲנִ֔י וַיַּֽחֲרֵ֥ם אֶתְהֶ֖ם וְאֶת־עָֽרֵיהֶ֑ם וַיִּקְרָ֥א שֵׁם־הַמָּק֖וֹם חָרְמָֽה:|
|4They journeyed from Mount Hor by way of the Red Sea to circle the land of Edom, and the people became disheartened because of the way.||דוַיִּסְע֞וּ מֵהֹ֤ר הָהָר֙ דֶּ֣רֶךְ יַם־ס֔וּף לִסְבֹ֖ב אֶת־אֶ֣רֶץ אֱד֑וֹם וַתִּקְצַ֥ר נֶֽפֶשׁ־הָעָ֖ם בַּדָּֽרֶךְ:|
|5The people spoke against God and against Moses, “Why have you brought us up out of Egypt to die in this desert, for there is no bread and no water, and we are disgusted with this rotten bread.”||הוַיְדַבֵּ֣ר הָעָ֗ם בֵּֽאלֹהִים֘ וּבְמשֶׁה֒ לָמָ֤ה הֶֽעֱלִיתֻ֨נוּ֙ מִמִּצְרַ֔יִם לָמ֖וּת בַּמִּדְבָּ֑ר כִּ֣י אֵ֥ין לֶ֨חֶם֙ וְאֵ֣ין מַ֔יִם וְנַפְשֵׁ֣נוּ קָ֔צָה בַּלֶּ֖חֶם הַקְּלֹקֵֽל:|
|6The Lord sent against the people the venomous snakes, and they bit the people, and many people of Israel died.||ווַיְשַׁלַּ֨ח יְהֹוָ֜ה בָּעָ֗ם אֵ֚ת הַנְּחָשִׁ֣ים הַשְּׂרָפִ֔ים וַיְנַשְּׁכ֖וּ אֶת־הָעָ֑ם וַיָּ֥מָת עַם־רָ֖ב מִיִּשְׂרָאֵֽל:|
|7The people came to Moses and said, “We have sinned, for we have spoken against the Lord and against you. Pray to the Lord that He remove the snakes from us.” So Moses prayed on behalf of the people.||זוַיָּבֹא֩ הָעָ֨ם אֶל־משֶׁ֜ה וַיֹּֽאמְר֣וּ חָטָ֗אנוּ כִּֽי־דִבַּ֤רְנוּ בַֽיהֹוָה֙ וָבָ֔ךְ הִתְפַּלֵּל֙ אֶל־יְהֹוָ֔ה וְיָסֵ֥ר מֵֽעָלֵ֖ינוּ אֶת־הַנָּחָ֑שׁ וַיִּתְפַּלֵּ֥ל משֶׁ֖ה בְּעַ֥ד הָעָֽם:|
|8The Lord said to Moses, “Make yourself a serpent and put it on a pole, and let whoever is bitten look at it and live.”||חוַיֹּ֨אמֶר יְהֹוָ֜ה אֶל־משֶׁ֗ה עֲשֵׂ֤ה לְךָ֙ שָׂרָ֔ף וְשִׂ֥ים אֹת֖וֹ עַל־נֵ֑ס וְהָיָה֙ כָּל־הַנָּשׁ֔וּךְ וְרָאָ֥ה אֹת֖וֹ וָחָֽי:|
|9Moses made a copper snake and put it on a pole, and whenever a snake bit a man, he would gaze upon the copper snake and live.||טוַיַּ֤עַשׂ משֶׁה֙ נְחַ֣שׁ נְח֔שֶׁת וַיְשִׂמֵ֖הוּ עַל־הַנֵּ֑ס וְהָיָ֗ה אִם־נָשַׁ֤ךְ הַנָּחָשׁ֙ אֶת־אִ֔ישׁ וְהִבִּ֛יט אֶל־נְחַ֥שׁ הַנְּח֖שֶׁת וָחָֽי:|
|10The children of Israel journeyed on and camped in Oboth.||יוַיִּסְע֖וּ בְּנֵ֣י יִשְׂרָאֵ֑ל וַיַּֽחֲנ֖וּ בְּאֹבֹֽת:|
|11They journeyed from Oboth and camped in the wasteland passes in the wilderness, which faced Moab, toward the rising sun.||יאוַיִּסְע֖וּ מֵֽאֹבֹ֑ת וַיַּֽחֲנ֞וּ בְּעִיֵּ֣י הָֽעֲבָרִ֗ים בַּמִּדְבָּר֙ אֲשֶׁר֙ עַל־פְּנֵ֣י מוֹאָ֔ב מִמִּזְרַ֖ח הַשָּֽׁמֶשׁ:|
|12From there they journeyed, and they encamped along the stream of Zered.||יבמִשָּׁ֖ם נָסָ֑עוּ וַיַּֽחֲנ֖וּ בְּנַ֥חַל זָֽרֶד:|
|13From there they journeyed, and they encamped on the other side of the Arnon, which was in the desert, extending from the Amorite border, for Arnon was the Moabite border between Moab and the Amorites.||יגמִשָּׁם֘ נָסָ֒עוּ֒ וַיַּֽחֲנ֞וּ מֵעֵ֤בֶר אַרְנוֹן֙ אֲשֶׁ֣ר בַּמִּדְבָּ֔ר הַיֹּצֵ֖א מִגְּבֻ֣ל הָֽאֱמֹרִ֑י כִּ֤י אַרְנוֹן֙ גְּב֣וּל מוֹאָ֔ב בֵּ֥ין מוֹאָ֖ב וּבֵ֥ין הָֽאֱמֹרִֽי:|
|14Concerning this it is told in the account of the Wars of the Lord, “What He gave at the [Sea of] Reeds and the streams of Arnon.||ידעַל־כֵּן֙ יֵֽאָמַ֔ר בְּסֵ֖פֶר מִלְחֲמֹ֣ת יְהֹוָ֑ה אֶת־וָהֵ֣ב בְּסוּפָ֔ה וְאֶת־הַנְּחָלִ֖ים אַרְנֽוֹן:|
|15And the spilling of the streams that turned to settle at Ar and leaned toward the border of Moab.||טווְאֶ֨שֶׁד֙ הַנְּחָלִ֔ים אֲשֶׁ֥ר נָטָ֖ה לְשֶׁ֣בֶת עָ֑ר וְנִשְׁעַ֖ן לִגְב֥וּל מוֹאָֽב:|
|16From there to the well; that is the well of which the Lord said to Moses, ‘Gather the people, and I will give them water.'”||טזוּמִשָּׁ֖ם בְּאֵ֑רָה הִ֣וא הַבְּאֵ֗ר אֲשֶׁ֨ר אָמַ֤ר יְהֹוָה֙ לְמשֶׁ֔ה אֱסֹף֙ אֶת־הָעָ֔ם וְאֶתְּנָ֥ה לָהֶ֖ם מָֽיִם:|
|17Then Israel sang this song: “‘Ascend, O well,’ sing to it!||יזאָ֚ז יָשִׁ֣יר יִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל אֶת־הַשִּׁירָ֖ה הַזֹּ֑את עֲלִ֥י בְאֵ֖ר עֱנוּ־לָֽהּ:|
|18A well dug by princes, carved out by nobles of the people, through the lawgiver with their staffs, and from the desert, a gift.||יחבְּאֵ֞ר חֲפָר֣וּהָ שָׂרִ֗ים כָּר֨וּהָ֙ נְדִיבֵ֣י הָעָ֔ם בִּמְחֹקֵ֖ק בְּמִשְׁעֲנֹתָ֑ם וּמִמִּדְבָּ֖ר מַתָּנָֽה:|
|19From the gift, to the streams, and from the streams to the heights.||יטוּמִמַּתָּנָ֖ה נַֽחֲלִיאֵ֑ל וּמִנַּֽחֲלִיאֵ֖ל בָּמֽוֹת:|
|20From the heights to the valley in the field of Moab, at the top of the peak, that overlooks the wastelands.”||כוּמִבָּמ֗וֹת הַגַּיְא֙ אֲשֶׁר֙ בִּשְׂדֵ֣ה מוֹאָ֔ב רֹ֖אשׁ הַפִּסְגָּ֑ה וְנִשְׁקָ֖פָה עַל־פְּנֵ֥י הַיְשִׁימֹֽן:|
|21Israel sent messengers to Sihon the king of the Amorites, saying:||כאוַיִּשְׁלַ֤ח יִשְׂרָאֵל֙ מַלְאָכִ֔ים אֶל־סִיחֹ֥ן מֶֽלֶךְ־הָֽאֱמֹרִ֖י לֵאמֹֽר:|
|22“Let me pass through your land. We will not turn into fields or vineyards, nor drink well water. We shall walk along the king’s road, until we have passed through your territory.”||כבאֶעְבְּרָ֣ה בְאַרְצֶ֗ךָ לֹ֤א נִטֶּה֙ בְּשָׂדֶ֣ה וּבְכֶ֔רֶם לֹ֥א נִשְׁתֶּ֖ה מֵ֣י בְאֵ֑ר בְּדֶ֤רֶךְ הַמֶּ֨לֶךְ֙ נֵלֵ֔ךְ עַ֥ד אֲשֶׁר־נַֽעֲבֹ֖ר גְּבֻלֶֽךָ:|
|23But Sihon did not permit Israel to pass through his territory, and Sihon gathered all his people and went out to the desert toward Israel. He arrived at Jahaz and fought against Israel.||כגוְלֹֽא־נָתַ֨ן סִיחֹ֥ן אֶת־יִשְׂרָאֵל֘ עֲבֹ֣ר בִּגְבֻלוֹ֒ וַיֶּֽאֱסֹ֨ף סִיחֹ֜ן אֶת־כָּל־עַמּ֗וֹ וַיֵּצֵ֞א לִקְרַ֤את יִשְׂרָאֵל֙ הַמִּדְבָּ֔רָה וַיָּבֹ֖א יָ֑הְצָה וַיִּלָּ֖חֶם בְּיִשְׂרָאֵֽל:|
|24Israel smote him with the sword, and took possession of his land from Arnon to Jabbok, as far as the children of Ammon, for the border of the children of Ammon was strong.||כדוַיַּכֵּ֥הוּ יִשְׂרָאֵ֖ל לְפִי־חָ֑רֶב וַיִּירַ֨שׁ אֶת־אַרְצ֜וֹ מֵֽאַרְנֹ֗ן עַד־יַבֹּק֙ עַד־בְּנֵ֣י עַמּ֔וֹן כִּ֣י עַ֔ז גְּב֖וּל בְּנֵ֥י עַמּֽוֹן:|
|25Israel took all these cities, and the Israelites dwelt in all the cities of the Amorites, in Heshbon and all its villages.||כהוַיִּקַּח֙ יִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל אֵ֥ת כָּל־הֶֽעָרִ֖ים הָאֵ֑לֶּה וַיֵּ֤שֶׁב יִשְׂרָאֵל֙ בְּכָל־עָרֵ֣י הָֽאֱמֹרִ֔י בְּחֶשְׁבּ֖וֹן וּבְכָל־בְּנֹתֶֽיהָ:|
|26For Heshbon was the city of Sihon, king of the Amorites, and he had fought against the first king of Moab, taking all his land from his possession, as far as Arnon.||כוכִּ֣י חֶשְׁבּ֔וֹן עִ֗יר סִיחֹ֛ן מֶ֥לֶךְ הָֽאֱמֹרִ֖י הִ֑וא וְה֣וּא נִלְחַ֗ם בְּמֶ֤לֶךְ מוֹאָב֙ הָֽרִאשׁ֔וֹן וַיִּקַּ֧ח אֶת־כָּל־אַרְצ֛וֹ מִיָּד֖וֹ עַד־אַרְנֹֽן:|
|27Concerning this, those who speak in parables say, “Come to Heshbon, may it be built and established as the city of Sihon.||כזעַל־כֵּ֛ן יֹֽאמְר֥וּ הַמּֽשְׁלִ֖ים בֹּ֣אוּ חֶשְׁבּ֑וֹן תִּבָּנֶ֥ה וְתִכּוֹנֵ֖ן עִ֥יר סִיחֽוֹן:|
|28For fire went forth from Heshbon, a flame from the city of Sihon; it consumed Ar of Moab, the masters of the high places of Arnon.||כחכִּי־אֵשׁ֙ יָֽצְאָ֣ה מֵֽחֶשְׁבּ֔וֹן לֶֽהָבָ֖ה מִקִּרְיַ֣ת סִיחֹ֑ן אָֽכְלָה֙ עָ֣ר מוֹאָ֔ב בַּֽעֲלֵ֖י בָּמ֥וֹת אַרְנֹֽן:|
|29Woe is to you, Moab; you are lost, people of Chemosh. His sons he has given over as refugees and his daughters into captivity, to Sihon, king of the Amorites.||כטאֽוֹי־לְךָ֣ מוֹאָ֔ב אָבַ֖דְתָּ עַם־כְּמ֑וֹשׁ נָתַ֨ן בָּנָ֤יו פְּלֵיטִם֙ וּבְנֹתָ֣יו בַּשְּׁבִ֔ית לְמֶ֥לֶךְ אֱמֹרִ֖י סִיחֽוֹן:|
|30Their kingdom is destroyed from Heshbon; it has been removed from Dibon; we laid them waste as far as Nophah which is near Medeba.”||לוַנִּירָ֛ם אָבַ֥ד חֶשְׁבּ֖וֹן עַד־דִּיבֹ֑ן וַנַּשִּׁ֣ים עַד־נֹ֔פַח אֲשֶׁ֖ר עַד־מֵֽידְבָֽא:|
|31Israel settled in the land of the Amorites.||לאוַיֵּ֨שֶׁב֙ יִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל בְּאֶ֖רֶץ הָֽאֱמֹרִֽי:|
|32Moses sent [men] to spy out Jaazer and they captured its villages, driving out the Amorites who lived there.||לבוַיִּשְׁלַ֤ח משֶׁה֙ לְרַגֵּ֣ל אֶת־יַעְזֵ֔ר וַיִּלְכְּד֖וּ בְּנֹתֶ֑יהָ וַיּ֖וֹרֶשׁ (כתיב ויירש) אֶת־הָֽאֱמֹרִ֥י אֲשֶׁר־שָֽׁם:|
|33Then they turned and headed north toward the Bashan. Og, the king of Bashan, came out toward them with all his people, to wage war at Edrei.||לגוַיִּפְנוּ֙ וַיַּֽעֲל֔וּ דֶּ֖רֶךְ הַבָּשָׁ֑ן וַיֵּצֵ֣א עוֹג֩ מֶֽלֶךְ־הַבָּשָׁ֨ן לִקְרָאתָ֜ם ה֧וּא וְכָל־עַמּ֛וֹ לַמִּלְחָמָ֖ה אֶדְרֶֽעִי:|
|34The Lord said to Moses, “Do not fear him, for I have delivered him, his people, and his land into your hand. You shall do to him as you did to Sihon the king of the Amorites who dwells in Heshbon.||לדוַיֹּ֨אמֶר יְהֹוָ֤ה אֶל־משֶׁה֙ אַל־תִּירָ֣א אֹת֔וֹ כִּ֣י בְיָֽדְךָ֞ נָתַ֧תִּי אֹת֛וֹ וְאֶת־כָּל־עַמּ֖וֹ וְאֶת־אַרְצ֑וֹ וְעָשִׂ֣יתָ לּ֔וֹ כַּֽאֲשֶׁ֣ר עָשִׂ֗יתָ לְסִיחֹן֙ מֶ֣לֶךְ הָֽאֱמֹרִ֔י אֲשֶׁ֥ר יוֹשֵׁ֖ב בְּחֶשְׁבּֽוֹן:|
|35They smote him, his sons and all his people, until there was no survivor, and they took possession of his land.||להוַיַּכּ֨וּ אֹת֤וֹ וְאֶת־בָּנָיו֙ וְאֶת־כָּל־עַמּ֔וֹ עַד־בִּלְתִּ֥י הִשְׁאִֽיר־ל֖וֹ שָׂרִ֑יד וַיִּֽירְשׁ֖וּ אֶת־אַרְצֽוֹ:|
AMEN AND AMEN.