Battle of JAHAZ – Defeat of the Amorites – King Sihon

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Bible Battle #7 – C. 1407 BC Israel defeated a mighty enemy that seemed indestructible. This added to the new nation’s growing fierce reputation that began spreading into Canaan even before they crossed the Jordan. Most of Deuteronomy is made up of addresses that Moses makes to the people before their invasion to capture the Promised Land. ANCIENT HISTORY before the Battle of Jahaz The first Kingdom of Babylon … Read More

Defeat at Hormah – Defeat by Amalekites – Wilderness

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Bible Battle #5 History – C. 1445 BC The Hebrews failed in their attempt to go into the Promised Land without God’s permission and were beaten back at a place which would, in future, be named Hormah. ANCIENT HISTORY before the Defeat at Hormah After Mount Sinai, things turned for the worse. As so often is the case, after the ecstasy of accomplishing a great … Read More

Battle of REPHIDIM – Defeat of the Amalekites – Moses on the hill

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Bible Battle #4 – C. 1446 BC After the Hebrews crossed the Red Sea their goal was to reach Mount Sinai. Their camp was attacked by nomadic Amalekites who saw them as trespassers but were defeated.   ANCIENT HISTORY before the Battle of Rephidim As the people journeyed through the wilderness they began complaining about their thirst. Moses was directed by God to strike a … Read More

RED SEA CROSSING | Exodus 14; Escape from Egypt; Egyptian Army Destroyed; God delivers the Hebrews from Pharaoh’s chariots

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Bible Battle #3 – C. 1446 BC The Red Sea crossing took place immediately after the Hebrews escaped from Egypt. A few days after their march in the desert began, the Hebrews came to a dead end; trapped between Pharaoh’s chariots at their rear and the Red Sea in front. Moses parted the waters, and the people slipped through to the other side. … Read More