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When the Israelites, led by Joshua toward the Promised Land, arrived at the banks of the River Jordan, the Ark was carried in the lead preceding the people and was the signal for their advance ( Joshua 3: 3, 6 ).
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When and Israelites
When Moses asked the Amorites for passage and it was refused, Moses attacked the Amorites ( as non-Hebrews, the Israelites had no reservations in attacking them ), presumably weakened by conflict with the Moabites, and defeated them.
When the Pharaoh freed the Israelites, it is said that they left in such a hurry that they could not wait for bread dough to rise ( leaven ).
When the Rod of Aaron produced blossoms, the Israelites could not but acknowledge the significance of the token.
When the Israelites entered the land, Zelophehad's daughters appeared before Eleazer the priest, Joshua ( who by then had assumed leadership from Moses ), and the chieftains, reminding them that God had commanded Moses to grant them a portion among their kinsmen, and Zelophehad's daughters received a portion in the holdings of Manasseh on the west side of the Jordan River.
When the Israelites see the Egyptian army they are afraid, but the pillar of fire and the cloud separates the Israelites and the Egyptians.
When the Israelites see the power of Yahweh they put their faith in Yahweh and in Moses, and sing a song of praise to the Lord for the crossing of the sea and the destruction of their enemies.
: Biblical example: When Israelites escaping from Egypt complained, " Who shall give us flesh to eat?
When the narrative focus returns to the point of view of the Israelites, the contrast between Balaam's voiced opinion of them, and their actual behaviour, is distinctly noticeable.
When speaking to Moses on Mount Sinai, God tells Moses that the Israelites " will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.
When the Pharaoah described his dream to his priests and soothsayers, they predicted that the fall of the Pharaoh would be brought about by a boy from the Israelites.
l. Hebrew ben and Greek huios may be rendered “ child ” or “ children ” and “ son ” or “ sons .” When used as a descriptive term preceding an ethnic group meaning “ descendants of ,” the Hebrew term ben may be rendered “ descendants of ” or the term may be conflated into a generic descriptor ( e. g., bene Israel is rendered “ Israelites ), depending upon context
* In Leviticus: " God spoke to Moses, telling him to speak to the Israelites: When a woman conceives and gives birth to a boy ... on the eighth day, the flesh of his foreskin shall be circumcised.
When the Philistines defeated the Israelites at Aphek, one contingent of Philistines carried the Ark of the Covenant off to Philistia, while another contingent apparently marched on Shiloh and destroyed the shrine.
When interpreting the Tanakh, Karaites strive to adhere to the plain or most obvious meaning (" peshat ") of the text ; this is not necessarily the literal meaning, but rather the meaning that would have been naturally understood by the ancient Israelites when the books of the Tanakh were first written.
When Pharaoh enslaved the Children of Israel, the Egyptians appointed conscription officers over the Israelites to crush their spirits with hard labor.
* Book of Leviticus: " God spoke to Moses at Mount Sinai, telling him to speak to the Israelites and say to them: When you come to the land that I am giving you, the land must be given a rest period, a sabbath to God.
When Moses went up onto Mount Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments ( Exodus 19: 20 ), he left the Israelites for forty days and forty nights ().
When the word makes its first appearance in writing ( in the book of Esther ) its meaning has already expanded to include converts to the Jewish religion as well as descendants of Israelites.
When and led
When the station wagon drew abreast of the dusty dirt road that led up to the porch of the Culver house, Pamela turned the wheel, guiding the car to its familiar parking spot close to the house, and stopped.
When he turned into the highway that led to the outskirts of the city and then rose toward home, he had to pull over to the curb and wait for a few minutes, sucking in air and squinting and blinking his eyes to clear them of tears.
When Title IV took effect in the early 1990s, it led to installation of public Teletypewriter ( TTY ) machines and other TDDs ( Telecommunications Device for the Deaf ).
When Mankind was given the prize of Eden, Absalom led his armies against Heaven and Hell in an attempt to steal it back.
When AppleNet was cancelled in October, Sidhu led an effort to develop a new networking system based on the AppleBus hardware.
When he openly left Octavian's sister, Octavia Minor, and moved to Alexandria to become Cleopatra's official partner, he led many Roman politicians to believe that he was trying to become the unchecked ruler of Egypt and of other eastern kingdoms, while still maintaining his command over the many Roman legions in the East.
When this was introduced in July 1947, it led to a currency crisis and convertibility had to be suspended after just five weeks.
When the Northern Expedition was complete, Kuomintang Generals led by Chiang Kai-shek paid tribute to Dr. Sun's soul in heaven with a sacrificial ceremony at the Xiangshan Temple in Beijing in July 1928.
When over 25, 000 of these royalists — led by General Danican — assaulted Paris, Paul François Jean Nicolas, vicomte de Barras was appointed to defend the capital ; outnumbered five to one and disorganized, the Republicans were desperate.
When their study of the New Testament led the reformers to begin to practice Baptism by Immersion, the nearby Redstone Baptist Association invited Brush Run Church to join with them for the purpose of fellowship.
When in 1613 the Dutch attacked the Fortres of Solor, the population of this fort, led by the Dominicans, moved to the harbor town of Larantuka, on the eastern coast of Flores.
When the Church of St. Luke in the Fields was founded in 1820 it stood in fields south of the road ( now Christopher Street ) that led from Greenwich Lane ( now Greenwich Avenue ) down to a landing on the North River.
When armies throughout Spain pronounced themselves in sympathy with the revolters, led by Rafael del Riego, Ferdinand relented and was forced to accept the liberal Constitution of 1812.
When Claudius arrived he led the final march on the Catuvellauni capital at Camulodunum, before returning to Rome again for his triumph.
When they began raiding again, he led a unified army of all German tribes to victory at the Battle of Riade in 933 near the river Unstrut, thus stopping the Magyar advance into Germany.
When the tape is sent to Woolton, he is led to assume that Samuels is behind the scheme and backs Urquhart in the contest.
When war finally did break out, the war effort was led by the War Hawks in Congress under Clay at least as much as it was by Madison ; this accorded with the president's preference for checks and balances.
When Mexico rejected American annexation of Texas, Polk led the nation to a sweeping victory in the Mexican-American War, which gave the United States most of its present Southwest.
When the Northern Expedition was complete, Kuomintang Generals led by Chiang Kaishek paid tribute to Dr. Sun's soul in heaven with a sacrificial ceremony at the Xiangshan Temple in Beijing in July 1928, among the Kuomintang Generals present were the Muslim Generals Bai Chongxi and Ma Fuxiang.
When the PET range was revamped with updated hardware, it was quickly discovered that performing the old trick on the new hardware led to disastrous behavior by the new video chip, causing it to destroy the PET's integrated CRT monitor.
When the Nazis took power in Germany in 1933, the Jewish community in Kolberg comprised 200 people, and the antisemitic repression by Germany's ruling party led several of them to flee the country.
When Laurier led the Liberals to victory in the 1896 election, 14-year-old Louis relayed the election returns from the telephone in his father's store.