Twenty Thousand And Up

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2 Samuel 8:4

David captured 1,000 of his chariots, 1,700 horsemen, and 20,000 foot soldiers. David hamstrung all the chariot horses except for enough to supply 100 chariots.

1 Chronicles 18:4

David confiscated 1,000 chariots, 7,000 horsemen, and 20,000 foot soldiers from him, and hamstrung all of the chariot horses except for a reserve force of 100 chariots.

2 Samuel 10:6

When the Ammonites realized that they had created quite a stink with David, they hired 20,000 Aramean mercenaries from Beth-rehob and Zobah, along with the king of Maacah and 1,000 men, and 12,000 men from Tob.

2 Samuel 18:7

where David's army of servants defeated the Israelis. Many died that day 20,000 men.

Psalm 68:17

God's chariots were many thousands. The Lord was there with them at Sinai in holiness.

Luke 14:31

"Or suppose a king is going to war against another king. He will first sit down and consider whether with 10,000 men he can fight the one coming against him with 20,000 men, won't he?

1 Chronicles 7:9

and their genealogical enrollment totaled 20,200 valiant warriors, delineated according to their generations as leaders of their ancestral households.

1 Chronicles 12:30

The tribe of Ephraim supplied 20,800 valiant soldiers who were well known in their ancestral households.

Numbers 3:39

As the LORD had instructed, everyone counted by Moses and Aaron from the descendants of Levi, according to their tribe, all males from a month old and above numbered 22,000.

Judges 7:3

That's why you're to ask in full view of the soldiers, "Whoever is afraid or is trembling may go back from Mount Gilead and return home." So 22,000 soldiers left and 10,000 remained.

Judges 20:21

The descendants of Benjamin came out of Gibeah, and 22,000 soldiers of Israel fell in battle that day.

2 Samuel 8:5

When Arameans came from Damascus to help King Hadadezer of Zobah, David killed 22,000 of them.

1 Chronicles 18:5

When Arameans came from Damascus to help King Hadadezer of Zobah, David killed 22,000 of them.

1 Kings 8:63

Solomon offered peace offerings to the LORD consisting of 22,000 oxen and 120,000 sheep. So the king and all the Israelis dedicated the LORD's Temple.

2 Chronicles 7:5

King Solomon offered a sacrifice of 22,000 oxen and 120,000 sheep, which is how the king and all of the people dedicated God's Temple.

1 Chronicles 7:7

Bela's five descendants included Ezbon, Uzzi, Uzziel, Jerimoth, and Iri, who were leaders of their ancestral households. Valiant warriors, their enrollment totaled 22,034 according to their genealogies.

Numbers 26:14

These families of the descendants of Simeon numbered 22,200.

Numbers 3:43

All the first-born males according to the list of their names from a month old and above numbered 22,273.

1 Chronicles 7:2

Tola's descendants included Uzzi, Rephaiah, Jeriel, Jahmai, Ibsam, and Shemuel, leaders of their ancestral house of Tola, who were valiant warriors during their lifetimes. During the life of David, they numbered 22,600.

Numbers 26:62

All of those individuals numbered 23,000. No male from the age of a month and above was numbered among the Israelis because no inheritance was to be assigned to them among the Israelis.

1 Chronicles 23:4

"24,000 of these," David said, "are to be set in charge of the work of the Temple of the LORD, with 6,000 serving as officers and judges,

1 Chronicles 27:1

The Israelis, according to the number of the leaders of their families, the officers of groups of thousands and groups of hundreds, and their leaders who served the king on behalf of the army divisions of 24,000 soldiers on duty month by month throughout the year, consisted of the following.

1 Chronicles 27:2

Zabdiel's son Jashobeam was responsible for the first division of 24,000 soldiers for the first month.

1 Chronicles 27:4

Dodai the Ahohite was responsible for the division of the second month. Mikloth served as chief officer of his division, consisting of 24,000 soldiers.

1 Chronicles 27:5

Jehoiada's son Benaiah the priest was commander of the third division for the third month, consisting of 24,000 soldiers.

1 Chronicles 27:7

Joab's brother Asahel was fourth for the fourth month, assisted by his son Zebadiah, with 24,000 soldiers in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:8

The fifth commander for the fifth month was Shamhuth the Izrahite. His division consisted of 24,000 soldiers.

1 Chronicles 27:9

Ikkesh's son Ira from Tekoa was sixth for the sixth month; there were 24,000 soldiers in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:10

Helez the Pelonite, an Ephraimite, was seventh for the seventh month; 24,000 soldiers served in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:11

Sibbecai the Hushathite, a Zerahite, was eighth for the eighth month; 24,000 soldiers served in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:12

Abiezer from Anathoth, a descendant of Benjamin, was ninth for the ninth month; 24,000 soldiers served in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:13

Mahari from Netophah, a Zerahite, was tenth for the tenth month; 24,000 soldiers served in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:14

Benaiah from Pirathon, an Ephraimite, was eleventh for the eleventh month; 24,000 soldiers served in his division.

1 Chronicles 27:15

Heldai the Netophathite, from Othniel, was twelfth for the twelfth month; 24,000 soldiers served in his division.

Judges 20:46

To sum up, the soldiers from the tribe of Benjamin who died that day totaled 25,000 men, all of them expert swordsmen and valiant soldiers.

Judges 20:35

The LORD struck Benjamin in the full view of Israel. As a result, the Israelis destroyed 25,100 soldiers of Benjamin that day, all expert swordsmen.

Judges 20:15

The day of the battle, the army from the descendants of Benjamin numbered 26,000 expert swordsmen from their cities, not including the inhabitants of Gibeah, who numbered 700 special forces soldiers.

1 Chronicles 7:40

All of these were men of Asher, leaders of ancestral households, choice valiant mighty warriors, and chiefs among princes. Their enrolled genealogies for battle conscription totaled 26,000 men.

1 Kings 20:30

The rest of the Aramean army retreated into Aphek, but the city wall collapsed on 27,000 soldiers who had taken shelter there. Ben-hadad himself ran away and hid inside a closet somewhere in the city.

1 Chronicles 12:35

The tribe of Dan supplied 28,600 battle-ready troops.

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