Treasury of Scripture Knowledge


And with you there shall be a man of every tribe; every one head of the house of his fathers.

Bible References

General references

Numbers 1:16
These, are they who had been summoned by the assembly, being princes of the tribes of their fathers, - heads of the thousands of Israeli.
Numbers 2:3
And they who encamp eastwards towards sunrise, shall he the standard of the camp of Judah by their hosts, - even the prince of the sons of Judah, Nashon, son of Ammi-nadab;
Numbers 7:10
So then the princes offered for the dedication of the altar, on the day it was anointed, - yea the princes offered their oblation before the altar,
Numbers 10:14
So the standard of the camp of the sons of Judah set forward first, by their hosts, and over his own host, was Nahshon, son of Amminadab;
Numbers 13:2
Send for thee men and let them spy out the land of Canaan, which I am giving unto the sons of Israel, - one man each for the tribe of his fathers, shalt thou send, each one a prince among them.
Numbers 17:3
and, Aaron's name, shalt thou write upon the staff of Levi, - for, one staff, shall there be for the head of their ancestral house.
Numbers 25:4
And Yahweh said unto Moses - Take all the heads of the people, and crucify them unto Yahweh. in the face of the sun, - that the heat of the anger of Yahweh may turn away from Israel.
Numbers 34:18
Also, one prince from each tribe, shall ye take to receive the land, as an inheritance.
Exodus 18:25
and Moses chose men of ability out of all Israel, and set them to be heads over the people, - rulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds, rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens.
Joshua 22:14
and ten princes with him, one prince of an ancestral house for each of the tribes of Israel, - they being, severally heads of their ancestral houses, among the thousands of Israel.
1 Chronicles 27:1
Now, the sons of Israel - as to the number of them, the ancestral chiefs - and rulers of thousands and hundreds, and their officers who waited upon the king as to any matter of the courses, who came in and went out month by month, for all the months of the year, in each course, were twenty-four thousand.