So Joshua went up from Gilgal with all his army and all his men of war.
And the Lord said to Joshua, Have no fear of them, for I have given them into your hands; they will all give way before you.
So Joshua, having come up from Gilgal all night, made a sudden attack on them.
And the Lord made them full of fear before Israel, and they put great numbers of them to death at Gibeon, and went after them by the way going up to Beth-horon, driving them back to Azekah and Makkedah
And in their flight before Israel, on the way down from Beth-horon, the Lord sent down great stones from heaven on them all the way to Azekah, causing their death: those whose death was caused by the stones were more than those whom the children of Israel put to death with the sword.
It was on the day when the Lord gave up the Amorites into the hands of the children of Israel that Joshua said to the Lord, before the eyes of Israel, Sun, be at rest over Gibeon; and you, O moon, in the valley of Aijalon.
And the sun was at rest and the moon kept its place till the nation had given punishment to their attackers. (Is it not recorded in the book of Jashar?) So the sun kept its place in the middle of the heavens, and was waiting, and did not go down, for the space of a day.
And there was no day like that, before it or after it, when the Lord gave ear to the voice of a man; for the Lord was fighting for Israel.
And Joshua, with all Israel, went back to the tent-circle at Gilgal.
But these five kings went in flight secretly to a hole in the rock at Makkedah.
And word was given to Joshua that the five kings had been taken in a hole in the rock at Makkedah.