Moabites: Balak Was King of
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904. Balak -- Balak, a king of the Moabites
... Balak, a king of the Moabites. Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Transliteration: Balak Phonetic Spelling: (bal-ak') Short Definition: Balak Definition ...
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From Kadesh to the Death of Moses.
... The Moabites were greatly distressed about the settlement of the victorious Hebrews
in the region just north of them and feared lest ... Balak, the King of Moab ...
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Concerning Balaam the Prophet and what Kind of Man He Was.
... 2. When Balak, the king of the Moabites, who had from his ancestors a friendship
and league with the Midianites, saw how great the Israelites were grown, he ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 6 concerning balaam the.htm

The Nations of the South-East
... Canaan" must have been adopted by the Ammonites and Moabites just as ... When the Israelites
encamped in "the plain of Moab," Balak, the Moabite king, sent in ...
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The Wilderness.
... The Moabites took alarm, though these, as descended from Abraham's nephew Lot, were
to be left unharmed; and their king, Balak, sent, as it appears, even to ...
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V. ...
... When the children of Israel had journeyed out of Egypt and had come into the land
of the Moabites, king Balak sent to a prophet in Syria, by the name of Balaam ...
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From the Second Chapter.
... For Balaam, [2263] with his doctrine, taught Balak to cast a stumbling-block before
the eyes ... For he gave this advice to the king of the Moabites, and they ...
/.../commentary on the apocolypse of the blessed john/from the second chapter.htm

Balaam's Prophecy. (Numb. xxiv. 17-19. )
... only beyond the idea of a single king of the ... Balaam's discourse formed the answer
to Balak's message""Come ... at the time of Christ, the Moabites had disappeared ...
/.../christology of the old testament/balaams prophecy numb xxiv 17-19.htm

The Infallibility of God's Purpose
... But on the mountain range there were two men"Balak, the son of Zippor,
king of the Moabites, and Balaam the prophet of Pethor. ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 7 1861/the infallibility of gods purpose.htm

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Numbers 22:4
And Moab said to the elders of Midian, Now shall this company lick up all that are round about us, as the ox licks up the grass of the field. And Balak the son of Zippor was king of the Moabites at that time.
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Moabites are a Snare to the Israelites

Moabites are Given To, As a Possession

Moabites with Midian Send for Balaam to Curse Israel

Moabites: Alarmed at the Number of Israel

Moabites: Always Hostile to Israel

Moabites: Balak Was King of

Moabites: Benaiah Slew Two Champions of

Moabites: Called the People of Chemosh

Moabites: Called: Children of Lot

Moabites: Called: People of Chemosh

Moabites: Calls for Balaam to Curse Israel

Moabites: Conquered by Israel and Judah

Moabites: David Conquers

Moabites: David Takes Refuge Among, from Saul

Moabites: Deprived of a Large Part of Their Territories by the Amorites

Moabites: Descendants of Lot Through his Son Moab

Moabites: Descended from Lot

Moabites: Excluded from the Congregation of Israel Forever

Moabites: Expelled the Ancient Emims

Moabites: Gave an Asylum to David's Family

Moabites: Governed by Kings

Moabites: Harassed and Subdued by Saul

Moabites: Idolatrous

Moabites: Israel and Judah Joined Against

Moabites: Israelites had War With

Moabites: Israelites: Enticed to Idolatry By

Moabites: Israelites: Forbidden to Make Leagues With

Moabites: Israelites: Forbidden to Spoil

Moabites: Israelites: Sometimes Intermarried With

Moabites: Joined Babylon Against Judah

Moabites: King of, Sacrificed his Son to Excite Animosity Against

Moabites: Land of, not Given to the Israelites As a Possession

Moabites: Made Tributary to David

Moabites: Mighty Men of War

Moabites: Miraculously Deceived by the Colour of the Water

Moabites: Paid Tribute of Sheep and Wool to the King of Israel

Moabites: Possessed Many and Great Cities

Moabites: Prophecies Concerning Judgments Upon

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Desolation and Grief

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Inability to Avert Destruction

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Restoration from Captivity

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Subjugation to Israel

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Subjugation to Messiah

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Terror on Account of Israel

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: Their Desolation As a Punishment for Their Hatred of Israel

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: To be Captives in Babylon

Moabites: Prophesies Respecting: To Destroyed in Three Years

Moabites: Prosperous and at Ease

Moabites: Proud and Arrogant

Moabites: Refuse Passage of Jephthah's Army Through Their Territory

Moabites: Refused to Let Israel Pass

Moabites: Revolted from Israel After the Death of Ahab

Moabites: Rich and Confident

Moabites: Separated from the Amorites by the River Arnon

Moabites: Superstitious

Moabites: The People of Israel Commanded not to Distress the Moabites

Moabites: The Territory East of the Jordan River, Bounded on the North by the Arnon River

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