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sat host, like the host, and to all the citfes of the Hivites, | Uzziah had an host of fighting
and of the Canaanit g: and they men, that went out to war by till, 3. And Abijah set went out to the south of Judah, bands, according to the number I array with an army | even to Beer-sheba. So when of their account by the hand of men of war, even four they had gone through all the Jeiel the scribe and Maaseiah the housand chosen men: land, they came to Jerusalem at ruler, under the hand of Hananiah, also set the battle in the end of nine months and twenty one of the king's captains. The sist him with eight days. And Joab gave up the sum whole number of the chief of the lousand chosen men, of the number of the people unto fathers of the mighty men of ly men of valour. the king: and there were in Israel valour were two thousand and
eight hundred thousand valiant six hundred. And under their IDING ARMY.
men that drew the sword; and the hand was an army, three hundred
men of Judah were five hundred thousand and seven thousand and UN BY SAUL. thousand men.
five hundred, that made war with 1, 1, 2. Saul reigned d when he had reign- the son of Jehoiada was over the against the enemy.
1 Chron. xviii, 17. And Benaiah mighty power, to help the king is over Israel, Saul Cherethites and the Pelethites; hree thousand men of and the sons of David were chief
FOREIGN ARMIES. of two thousand were about the king.
Exod. xiv, 8. 9. And the LORD In Michmash and in
hardened the heart of Pharaoh bel, and a thousand
COMPLETED UNDER THE Jonathan in Gibeah of
king of Egypt, and he pursued KINGS.
after the children of Israel: and and the rest of the ent every man to his
2 Chron. xiv.8. And Asa had an the children of Israel went out army of men that bare targets and with an high hand, But the
spears, out of Judah three hun- Egyptians pursued after them, all 1, 62. And there was dred thousand; and out of Ben- the horses and chariots of
Pharaoh, gainst the Philistines jamin, that bare shields and drew and his horsemen, and his army, 3 of Saul: and when bows, two hundred and fourscore and overtook them encamping by strong man, or any thousand: all these were mighty the sea, beside Pi-hahiroth, before be took him unto men of valour.
Baal-zephon. 2 Chron. xvii, 13-19. And he Judges vil, 12. And the MidianPED BY DAVID.
(Jehoshaphat] had much business ites, and the Amalekites, and all
in the cities of Judah: and the the children of the east, lay along 118 And Benaiah the men of war, mighty men of valour, in the valley like
grasshoppers for tala uz over both the were in Jerusalem. And these multitude; and their camels were od the Pelethites; are the numbers of them accord- without number, as the sand by is sons were
chief ing to the house of their fathers: the sea-side for multitude.
Of Judah, the captains of thon- 1 Sam. xiii, 5. And the Philis1.3. Now Joab ras sands; Adnah the chief, and with tines gathered themselves
to. host of Israel: and bim mighty men of valour three gether to fight with Israel, thirty son of Jehoiada was hundred thousand. And next to thousand chariots, and six thouerethites and over the him was Jehohanan the captain, sand horsemen, and people as the
and with him two hundred and sand which is on the sea shore in 17, 1-9. And again the fonrscore thousand. And next multitude: and they came up, and
Lord wag kindled him was Amasiah the son of pitched in Michmash, eastward zel, and he moved Zichri, who willingly offered him- from Beth-aven. at them to say, Go, self unto the LORD; and with him
1 Sam. xvii, 21. For Israel and ael and Judah.' For two hundred thousand mighty men the Philistines had put the battle 4 to Joab the captain of valour.
And of Benjamin; in array, army against army. Which pas with him, Eliada a mighty man of valour, pugh all the tribes of and with him armed men with 1 Kings xx, 1, 27. And Ben
Dan even to Beer- bow and shield two hundred thou-hadad the king of Syria gathered unber ye the people, sand. And next him was Jehoz- all his host together; and there know the number of abad, and with him an hundred wera thirty and two kings with And Joab said unto and 'fourscore thousand ready him, and horses, and chariots: and ow the LORD thy God prepared for the war. These he went up and besieged Samaria, he people, bow many waited on the king, beside those and warred against it. And the be, an hundred-fold, whom the king put in the fenced children of Israel were numbered, eyes of my lord the cities throughout all Judah, and were all present, and went
but the eit: but why doth my
against them: 2 Chron. xxv, 5, 6. Moreover Syrians filled the country. e delight in this thing? Amaziah gathered Judah together, ding the king's word and made them captains over
2 Kings iii, 21. And when all ainst Joab, and against thousands, and captains over hun- the Moabites heard that the kings of the host.
And dreds, according to the houses of were come up to fight against he captains of the host their fathers, throughout all Judah them, they gathered all that were from the presence of and Benjamin: and he numbered able to put on armour, and upnumber the people of them from twenty years old and ward and stood in the border. they passed over Jor above, and found them three hun- 2 Kings xxlii, 29. In his days Iched in Aroer, on the dred thousand choice men, able Pharaoh-nechoh king of Egypt the city that leth in to go forth to war, that could went up against the king of
the river of Gad, and handle spear and shield. He Assyria to the river Euphrates: Ser: Then they came to hired also an hundred thousand and king Josiah went against I to the land of Tahtim mighty men of valour out of him; and he slew him at Megiddo, 4 they came to Dan Israel for an hundred talents of when he had seen bim. about to Zidon, And silver.
2 Kings xxiv, 2. And the LORD a strong hold of Tyre, 2 Chron. xxvi, 11-13. Moreover I sent against him bands of the Chaldees, and hands of the after certain years with a great may fight against the Ca Syrians, and bands of the Moah- army and with much riches. And and I likewise will go v ites, and bands of the children of he shall stir up his power and his into thy lot. So Sime Ammon, and sent them against courage against the king of the with him. Judah to destroy it, according to south with a great army, and the the word of the LORD, which he king of the south shall be stirred the children of Aminon
2 Sam. x, 6, 15, 16, 19. 1 spake by his servants the pro- up to battle with a very great they stank before David phets.
and mighty army; but he shall dred of Ammon sent and 2 Chron. xil, 2, 3. And it came
not stand: for they shall forecast Syrians of Beth-rebob, to pass, that in the fifth year of devices against him.
Syrians of Zoba, twenty king Rehoboam Shishak king of Joel 1, 6. For a nation is come footmen, and of king! Egypt came up against Jerusalem, up upon my land, strong, and thousand men, and of because they had transgressed without number.
twelve thousand men. ! against the LORD. With twelve Rev. ix, 16. And the number of the Syrians saw that t hundred chariots, and threescore the army of the horsemen were smitten before Israel, the thousand horsemen: and the peo- two hundred thousand thousand: ed themselves togeth. ple were without number that and I heard the number of them.
Hadarezer sent, and bro came with him out of Egypt: the
the Syrians that roete be Lubims, the Sukkiims, and the ALLIED ARMIES. river: and they came t Ethiopians.
Joshua x, 1, 3-5. Now it came
and Shobach the captal 2 Chron. xiv, 9. And there came to pass, when Adoni-zedec king of
host of Hadarezer 100 out against them Zerah the Ethio-Jerusalem had heard how Joshua
them. And when all t plan with an host of a thousand had taken Al, and had utterly de
that were servants to thousand, and three hundred stroyed it; as he had done to
saw that they were smitt chariots; and came unto Mare- Jericho and her king, so he had Israel, they made per shah.
done to Ai and her king;
and how Israel, and served them Job., 17. While he was yet the inhabitants of Gibeon had Syrians feared to help
dren of Ammon any mor speaking, there came also another, made peace with Israel and were and said, The Chaldeans made among them: Wherefore Adoni- 1 Kings xv, 20. SO B out three bands, and fell upon the zedec king of Jerusalem sent hearkened unto king: camels, and have carried them unto Hobam king of Hebron, and sent the captains of away, yea, and stain the servants unto Piram king of Jarmuth, and which he had against tlu with the edge of the sword; and I unto Japhia king of Lachish, and Israel, and smote Tjon, only am escaped along to teli unto Debir king of Eglon, saying, and Abel-beth-maachala thee,
Come up unto me, and help me, Cinneroth, with all the
that we may smite Gibeon: for it Naphtall. Jer. I, 41. Behold, a people shall hath made peace with Joshua and come from the north, and a great with
1 Kings xxii, 1-4. And
the children of Israel.tinued three years with nation, and many kings shall be Therefore the five kings of the between Syria and Israel raised up from the coasts of the Amorites, the king of Jerusalem, came to pass in the the earth,
the king of Hebron, the king of that Jehoshaphat the Acts xxiii, 23. And he called Jarmuth, the king of Lachish, the Judah came down to th unto him two centurions, saying, king of Eglon, gathered them- Israel. And the king : Make ready two hundred soldiers selves together, and went up, they said unto his servants, 1 to go to Cæsarea, and horsemen and all their hosts, and encamped that Ramoth in Gilead threescore and ten, and spearmen before Gibeon, and made war and we be still, and tal two hundred, at the third hour of against it.
out of the hand of the the night.
Joshua xi, 1-5. And it came to Syria? And he said unto Ezek. xxxviii, 9.
pass, when Jabin king of Hazor aphat, Wilt thou go wit
Thou shalt had heard those things, that he battle to Ramoth - gilea ascend and come like a storm, sent to Jobab king of Madon, and Jehoshaphat said to the thou shalt be like a cloud to cover to the king of shimron, and to Israel, I am as thou
art, the land,
thou, and all thy bands, the king of Achshaph, And to the ple as thy people, my h and many people with thee. kings that were on the north of thy horses.
Dan. x1, 10-13, 25. But his song the mountains, and of the plains 2 Kings xvi, 9. And the shall be stirred up, and shall as south of Chinneroth, and in the Assyria hearkened unto semble a multitude of great forces: valley, and in the borders of Dor the king of Assyria and one shall certainly come, and on the west, And to the Canaan- against Damascus, and overflow, and pass through: 'then ite on the east and on the west, and carried the people of i shall he return, and be stirred up, and to the Amorite, and the to Kir, and slew Rezin. even to his fortress. And the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the
2 Kings xviii, 19-21. A! king of the south shall be moved Jebusite in the mountains, and to shakeh said unto them, & with choler, and shall come forth the Hivite under Hermon in the now to Hezekiah, Thus s and fight with him, eden with the land of Mizpeh. And they went great king, the king of king of the north: and he shall out, they and all their bacsts with | What contidence is thisset forth a great multitude; but them, much people, even as the thou trustest? Thou say the multitude shall be given into sand that is upon the sea shore in they are but vain wordis) his hand. And when he bath multitude, with horses and counsel and strength for! taken away the multitude, his chariots very many. And when Now on whom dost tho heart shall be lifted up; and he all these kings were met together, that thou rebellest agai shall cast down many ten thon- they came and pitched together Now, behold, thou truste sands: but he shall not be strength at the waters of Merom, to fight the staff of this brutsed rei ened by it. For the king of the against Israel.
opon Egypt, on which is north shall return, and shall set Judges 1, 3. And Judah said lean, it will go into his har forth a multitude greater than the unto Simeon his brother, Come pierce it:
so is Pharach 1 fariner, and shall cortainly come up with me into my lot, that we Egypt unto all that trust an
"DA. SIX, 6, 7. And when the , mon, and with them other beside, the upper pool in the highway of n of Ammon saw that they the Ammonites,
came against Je- the fuller's field; And say unto ade themselves odious to hoshaphat to battle.
him, Take heed, and be quiet; fear Hanun and the children of
2 Chron. xxii,5. He walked also not, neither be faint-hearted for sent a thousand talents of after their counsel,
and went with the two tails of these smoking, o hire them chariots and Jehoram the son of Ahab king of firebrands, for the fierce anger of en out of Mesopotamia, Israel to war against Hazael king Rezin with Syria, and of the son
Because of Syria-maachah, and of Syria at Ramoth-gilead: and the of Remaliah.
Syria, Zobah. So they hired Syrians sinote Joram.
Ephraim, and the son of Remaliah, ad two thousand chariots,
have taken evil counsel against king of Maachah and his
2 Chron. xxviii, 16. 20. At that who came and pitched be time did king Ahaz send unto the thee, saying, Let us go up against
Judah, and vex it, and let us deba. And the children kings of Assyria to help him. And
make a breach therein for us, and non gathered themselves Tilgath-pilneser king of Assyria set a king in the midst of it, even
came unto him, and distressed the son of Tabeal: Thus saith I from their cities, and battle. him, but strengthened him not.
the Lord GOD, It shall not stand, Ps. Ixxxili, 1-12, 15-18. Keep not neither shall it come to pass. For ron. xvi, 2-9. Then Asa thou silence, o God: hold not thy the head of Syria is Damascus, sures of the house of the peace, and be not still, O God. and the head of Damascus is
For, lo, thine enemies make a Rezin; and within threescore and of the king's house, and tumult,' and thoy that hate thee five years shall Ephraim be Ben-hadad king of Syria, have listed up the head. They broken, that it be not a people. telt at Damascus, saying, have taken crafty counsel against And the head of Ephraim is a league between me and thy people, and consulted against Samaria, and the head of Samaria there was between my thy hidden ones. They have said, 18 Remaliah's son. If ye will not and thy father: behold, 1 come, and let us cut them off believe, surely ye shall not be nt thee silver and gold; 50, from being a nation; that the name established. by league with Baasha king of Israel may be no more in re- Isa. vili, 9–12. Associate your. that be may depart from membrance. For they have con- selves, 0 ye people, and ye shall und Ben-hadad hearkened sulted together with one consent: be broken in pieces; and give ear DE A52, and sent the cap
they confederate against all ye of far countries: gird yourhis armies against the thee: The tabernacles of Edom, selves, and ye shall be broken in Imel
; and they smote and the Ishmaelites; of Moab, and pieces, gird yourselves, and ye Ad Dea, and Abelmaim, and the Hagarenes; Gebal, and Am- shall be broken in pieces. Take store cities of Naphtali. mon, and Amalek; the Philistines counsel together, and it shall
ette to pass, when Baasha with the inhabitants of Tyre; come to nought; speak the word, the left off building Assur also is joined with them and it shall not 'stand: for God is
kuand let his work cease. they have holpen the children of with us. For the LORD spake La the king took all Judah;
Lot. Selah. Do unto them as thus to me with a strong hand, curried away the stones unto the Midianites; as to Sisera, and instructed me that I should sh, and the timber thereof, as to Jabin, at the brook of Kison: not walk in the way of this peofith Baasha was building; Which perished at En-dor: they ple, saying, Say yo not, A conbuilt therewith Geba and became as dung for the earth. federacy, to all ihem to whom this
And at that time Han. Make their nobles like Oreb, and people shall say, A confederacy; seer carne to Asa king of like Zeeb: yea, all their princes as neither fear ye their fear, nor be and said unto him, Be- Zebah, and as Zalmunna: Who afraid. hou hast relied on the said, Let us take to ourselves the Syria, and not relied on houses of God in possession. So surely gather together, but not by
Isa. liv, 15. Behold, they shall to thy God, therefore is of the king of Syria and make them afraid with thy me: whosoever shall gather to
their faces with gether against thee shall fall for Ethiopians and the Lu- shame; that they may seek thy
thy sake. suge bost, with very many name, 'O LORD. Let them be conI and horsemen? yet, be founded and troubled for ever;
THE LEAGUE WITH THE hou didst rely on the
yea, let them be put to shame, CUNNING GIBEONITES. be delivered them into and perish: That men may know Josh. ix, 1-27. And it came to and. For the eyes of the that thou, whose name alone is pass, when all the kings which
to and fro throughout JEHOVAH, art the most high were on this side Jordan, in the He earth, to shew himself over all the earth. In the behalf of them
hills, and in the valleys, and in beart is perfect toward
Isa. vii, 1-9. And it came to all the coasts of the great sea lerein thou hast done fool-pass in the days of Ahaz the son over against Lebanon, the Hittite, herefore from henceforth of Jotham, the son of Uzziah, and the Amorite, thé Canaanite, Alt have wars.
king of Judah, that Rezin the the Perizzite, the Hivite, and the on. Viil, 1, 3. Now Jeho king of Syria, and Pekah the
heard thereof; that they bad riches and honour in of Remaliah, king of Israel, went gathered themselves together, to
up toward Jerusalem tó war fight with Joshua and with Israel, nice, and joined affinity with And Ahab king of Israel against it, but could
not prevail with one accord. And when the ito Jehoshaphat king of against it. And it was told the inhabitants
of Gibeon heard what house of David, saying, Syria is Joshua had done unto Jericho and Wilt thou go with me to confederate with Ephraim. And to Ai, They did work wilily, and I am as thou art, and my heart of his people,
as the trees been ambassadors, and took old #thy people, and we will of the wood are moved with the sacks upon their asses, and wine thee in the war.
wind. Then said the LORD Onto bottles, old, and rent, and bound n. 1, 1. It came to pass Isalah, Go forth now to meet up; And old
shoes and clouted his also that the children | Ahaz, thou, and Shear-jashub thy upon their feet, and old garments D, and the children of Am-son, at the end of the conduit
of upon them; and all the bread of
their provision was dry and congregation; as the princes had six thousand and four hr mouldy. And they went to promised them. And Joshua throughout their armies. Joshua unto the camp at Gilgal, called for them, and he spake un- shall first set forth. On the and said unto him, and to the men to them, saying, Wherefore have side shall be the standard of Israel, We be come from a far ye beguiled us, saying, We are camp of Reuben accordingt country: now therefore make ye very far from yon; when ye dwell armies: and the captain a league with us. And the men among us? Now therefore ye are children of Reuben shall be of Israel said unto the Hivites, cursed, and there shall none of the son of Shedeur. And h Peradventure ye dwell among us; you be freed from being bondmen, and those that were nur and how shall we make a league and hewers of wood and drawers thereof, were forty and s with you? And they said unto of water for the house of my God. sand and five hundred. Joshua, We are thy servants. And they answered Joshua, and those which pitch by him. And Joshua said unto them, Who said, Because it was certainly told the tribe of Simeon: and th are ye? and from whence come thy servants, how that the LORD tain of the children of ye? And they said unto him, thy God commanded his servant shall be Shelumiel the From a very far country thy ser- Moses to give you all the land, Zurishaddai. And his hot vants are come because of the and to destroy all the inhabitants those that were numberedo name of the Lord thy God: for we of the land from before you, there- were fifty and nine thousa have heard the fame of him, and fore we were sore afraid 'of our three hundred. Then the t all that he did in Egypt, And all lives because of you, and have Gad: and the captain of t that he did to the two kings of done this thing. And now, be- of Gad shall be Eliasaph thi the Amorites, that were beyond hold, we are in thine hand: 'as it Reuel. And his host, and the Jordan, to Sihon king of Hesh- seemeth good and right unto thee were numbered of them, ue bon, and to Og king of Baashan, to do unto us, do. And so did he and five thousand and six h which was at Ashtaroth. Where- unto them, and delivered them and fifty. All that were nu fore our elders and all the inhabi- out of the hand of the children of in the camp of Reuben tocra tants of our country spake to us, Israel, that they slew them not. dred thousand and fifty.. saying, Take victuals with you for And Joshua made them that day thousand and four hundr the journey, and go to meet them, hewers of wood and drawers of fifty, throughout their and say unto them, We are your water for the congregation, and And they shall set forth servants: therefore now make yo for the altar of the LORD, even second rank. Then the a league with us. This our bread unto this day, in the place which nacle of the congregations we took hot for our provision out he should choose.
forward with the camp of our houses on the day we came
Levites in the midst of ibe forth to go unto you; but now, be
as they encamp, so shall hold, it is dry, and it is mouldy: and these bottles of wine, which
Exod. xvii, 15. And Moses built forward, every man in hl we filled, were new; and, behold, an altar, and called the
name of it by their standards. On ! JEHOVAH-nissi.
side shall be the standard they be rent: and these our garments and our shoes are become
Num. 1, 52. And the children of their armies: and the car
camp of Ephraim accord old by reason of the very long Israel shall pitch their tents,
the sons of Ephraim: journey. And the
men took of and every man by his own stand- Elishama the son of AT their victuals, and asked not coun-ard, throughout their hosts.
And his host, and those thi sel at the mouth of the LORD. Num. ii, 1-34. And the LORD numbered of them, roer And Joshua made peace with spake untó Moses and unto Aaron, thousand and five hundred them, and made a league with saying, Every man of the children by him shall be the tribe them, to let them live: and the of Israel shall pitch by his own nasseh; and the captain princes of the congregation sware standard, with the ensign of their children of Manasseh unto them. And it came to pass father's house: far off about the Gamaliel the son of Pe at the end of three days after tabernacle of the congregation And his host, and those the they had made a league with shall they pitch. And on the east numbered of them, toere them, that they heard that they side toward the rising of the sun and two thonsand and to were their neighbours, and that shall they of the standard of the dred. Then the tribe of Be they dwelt among them. And camp of Judah pitch thoughout and the captain of the the children of Israel journeyed, their armies: and Nahshon the son Benjamin shall be Abidan and came unto their cities on the of Amminadab shall be captain of of Gideoni. And his hd third day. Now their cities were the children of Judah. And his those that were numberedt Gibeon, and Chephirah, and host, and those that were num- were thirty and five thous! Beeroth, and Kirjath-jearim. And bered of them, were threescore four hundred.
All this the children of Israel smote them and fourteen thousand and six numbered of the campof not, because the princes of the hundred. And those that do pitch were an hundred thousa congregation had sworn unto next unto him shall be the tribe of eig! thousand and an them by the LORD God of Israel. Issachar: and Nethaneel the son of throughout their armies And all the congregation mur- Zuar shall be captain of the chil- they shall go forward in th mured against the princes. But dren of Issachar. And his host, rank. The standard of th all the princes said unto all the and those that were numbered of Dan shall be on the nor congregation, We have sworn thereof, were fifty and four thou- by their armies; and the unto them by the LORD God of sand and four hundred. Then the the children of Dan skall del Israel: now therefore we may tribe of Zebulun; and Eliab the son the son of Ammishaddal not touch them. This we will of Helon shall be captain of the bis host, and those that we do to them; we will even let children of Zebulun. And his bered of them, were the them live, lest wrath be upon us, host, and those that were num- and two thousand and sent because of the oath which we bered thereof, were fifty and seven dred. And those that eng sware unto them. And the prin- thousand and four hundred. All him shall be the tribe of ces said unto them, Let them live; that were numbered in the camp and the captain of the chill but let them be hewers of wood of Judah were an hundred thou- Asher shall be Pagiel the and drawers of water unto all the sand and fourscore thousand and I cran. And his host, as pambered of them were , upon the high mountain, esalt, the hand of Ittal the Gittite. And one thousand and five the voice unto them, shake the the king said unto the people, I
Then the tribe of hand, that they may go into the will surely go forth with you myand the captain of the gates of the nobles.
self also. (Naphtali shall be Ahira 18a. xviii, 3. All ye inhabitants 1 Kin. xx, 14, 15, 19. . . . Then ( Enan. And his host, of the world, and dwellers on the [Ahab) said, Who shall order the that were numbered of earth, see ye, when he lifteth up battle? And he answered, Thou. e fifty and three thou- an ensign on the mountains; and Then he numbered the young our hundred. All they when he bloweth a trumpet, hear men of the princes of the pronumbered in the camp ye.
vinces, and they were two hunre an hundred thousand nd seven thousand and
18a. XXX, 17. One thousand shall dred and thirty-two, and after 4. They shall go hind- flee at the rebuke of one; at the them he numbered all the people, their standards. These
rebuke of five shall ye flee: till even all the children of Israel, rhich were numbered of ye be left as a beacon upon the being seven thousand. So these R of Israel by the house top of a mountain, and as an en- young men of the princes of the
provinces came out of the city, lathers: all those that sign on an hill. Ibered of the camps Isa, xxxi, 9. And he shall pass them.
and the army which followed I their hosts were six over to his strong hold for fear, thogsand
and three and his princes shall be afraid of 1 Chron. xii, 82. And of the and five hundred and the ensign, saith the LORD, whose children of Issachar, which were the Levites were not fire is in Zion, and his furnace in men that had understanding of
the times, to know what Israel atnong the children of Jerusalem. the LORD commanded 189. xlix, 22. Thus saith the ought to do; the heads of them ad the children of Israel Lord God, Behold, I will lift up brethren were at their command
were two hundred; and all their ing to all that the LORD mine hand to the Gentiles, and
ment. d Moses: so they pitch- set up my standard to the peostandards, and so they ple.
Matth. viii, 9. For I am a man Levery one after their Isa. lix, 19. So shall they fear under me: and I say to this man,
under authority, having foldiers cording to the house of the name of the Lord
from the Go, and he goeth; and to another, west, and his glory from the ris-Come, and he cometh; and to my 14. In the first place ing of the sun. andard of the camp of shall come in like a food, the servant, Do this, and he doeth it. of Judah according Spirit of the LORD shall lift up a
Luke vil, 8. For I also am a man ser and over his host standard against him.
set under authority, having under w the son of Ainmina- Isa. Ixii, 10.
Lift up a
me soldiers, and I say unto one, We will rejoice in thy standard for the people.
Go, and he goeth; and to another,
Come, and he cometh; and to my ind in the name of our ard toward Zion: retire, stay not;
Jer. iv, 6, 21. Set up the stand- servant, Do this, and he doeth it. I set up our banners: for I will bring evil from the north, aliu all thy petitions.
OFFICERS. and a great destruction. How • Thou hast given a long shall I see the standard,
UNDER MOSES. hem that feared thee, and hear the sound of the trüm- Num. xxxi, 14. And Moses was be displayed because pet?
wroth with the officers of the host, ko Belah.
Jer. 1, 2. Declare ye among the with the captains over thousands, 6
And his ban- nations, and pablish, and set up a and captains over hundreds, which sces love.
standard; publish, and conceal came from the battle. ,10. Thou art beautiful, not: say, Babylon is taken.
Deut. I, 15. So I took the chief 23 Tirzah, comely as
Jer. II, 12, 27. Set up the stand- of your tribes, wise men, and terrible as an army ard upon the walls of Babylon, known, and made them heads
Who is she that make the watch strong, set up the over you, captains over thousands, th as the morning, fair watchinen, prepare thé' ambushes: and captains over hundreds, and on, clear as the sun, for the LORD hath both devised captains over fitties, and captains le 23 an army with and done that which he spake over tons, and officers among your
tribes. against the inhabitants of Baby. And he will lift up an lon. Set yo up a standard in the Deut. xx, 9. And it shall be, e nations from far, and land, blow the trumpet among the when the officers have made an to them from the end nations, prepare the nations end of speaking unto the people, th; and, behold, they against her, call together against that they shall make captains o with speed swiftly.
her the kingdoms of Ararat, the armies to lead the people. & And shall consume Minni, and Ashchenaz; appoint (See under Banners.) f his forest, and of his a captain against her. 4, both soul and body:
Zech. ix, 16. And the LORD their OFFICERS UNDER THE hall be as when a stand-God shall save them in that day
JUDGES. as the flock of his people: for they Judges ix, 17. (For my father 12. And in that day shall be as the stones of a crown, fought for you, and adventured
be a root of Jesse, lifted up as an ensign upon his his lite far, and delivered you out I stand for an ensiga of land.
of the hand of Midian. . And he shall
DISCIPLINE ansign for the nations,
Judges x, 18. And the people 2 Sam. xviil, 2. And David sent and princes of Gilead said one to Esemble the ontcasts of forth
a third part of the people another, What man is he that will gather together the under the hand of Joab, and a begin to fight against the chilJadah from the four third part under the hand of dren of Ammon he shall be
Abishai the son of Zeruiah, Joab's head over all the inhabitants of 2 Lift je up a banner brother, and a third part under Gilead.