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Joshua 15

NCV 1 The land that was given to the tribe of Judah was divided among all the family groups. It went all the way to the Desert of Zin in the far south, at the border of Edom. NIV 1 The allotment for the tribe of Judah, according to its clans, extended down to the territory of Edom, to the Desert of Zin in the extreme south. NCV 2 The southern border of Judah's land started at the south end of the Dead Sea NIV 2 Their southern boundary started from the bay at the southern end of the Dead Sea, NCV 3 and went south of Scorpion Pass to Zin. From there it passed to the south of Kadesh Barnea and continued past Hezron to Addar. From Addar it turned and went to Karka. NIV 3 crossed south of Scorpion Pass, continued on to Zin and went over to the south of Kadesh Barnea. Then it ran past Hezron up to Addar and curved around to Karka. NCV 4 It continued to Azmon, the brook of Egypt, and then to the Mediterranean Sea. This was the southern border. NIV 4 It then passed along to Azmon and joined the Wadi of Egypt, ending at the Mediterranean Sea. This is their southern boundary. NCV 5 The eastern border was the shore of the Dead Sea, as far as the mouth of the Jordan River. The northern border started at the bay of the sea at the mouth of the Jordan River. NIV 5 The eastern boundary is the Dead Sea as far as the mouth of the Jordan. The northern boundary started from the bay of the sea at the mouth of the Jordan, NCV 6 Then it went to Beth Hoglah and continued north of Beth Arabah to the stone of Bohan son of Reuben. NIV 6 went up to Beth Hoglah and continued north of Beth Arabah to the Stone of Bohan son of Reuben. NCV 7 Then the northern border went through the Valley of Achor to Debir where it turned toward the north and went to Gilgal. Gilgal is across from the road that goes through Adummim Pass, on the south side of the ravine. The border continued to the waters of En Shemesh and stopped at En Rogel. NIV 7 The boundary then went up to Debir from the Valley of Achor and turned north to Gilgal, which faces the Pass of Adummim south of the gorge. It continued along to the waters of En Shemesh and came out at En Rogel. NCV 8 Then it went through the Valley of Ben Hinnom, next to the southern side of the Jebusite city (which is called Jerusalem). There the border went to the top of the hill on the west side of Hinnom Valley, at the northern end of the Valley of Giants. NIV 8 Then it ran up the Valley of Ben Hinnom along the southern slope of the Jebusite city (that is, Jerusalem). From there it climbed to the top of the hill west of the Hinnom Valley at the northern end of the Valley of Rephaim. NCV 9 From there it went to the spring of the waters of Nephtoah and then it went to the cities near Mount Ephron. There it turned and went toward Baalah, which is called Kiriath Jearim. NIV 9 From the hilltop the boundary headed toward the spring of the waters of Nephtoah, came out at the towns of Mount Ephron and went down toward Baalah (that is, Kiriath Jearim). NCV 10 At Baalah the border turned west and went toward Mount Seir. It continued along the north side of Mount Jearim (also called Kesalon) and came to Beth Shemesh. From there it went past Timnah NIV 10 Then it curved westward from Baalah to Mount Seir, ran along the northern slope of Mount Jearim (that is, Kesalon), continued down to Beth Shemesh and crossed to Timnah. NCV 11 to the hill north of Ekron. Then it turned toward Shikkeron and went past Mount Baalah and continued on to Jabneel, ending at the sea. NIV 11 It went to the northern slope of Ekron, turned toward Shikkeron, passed along to Mount Baalah and reached Jabneel. The boundary ended at the sea. NCV 12 The Mediterranean Sea was the western border. Inside these borders lived the family groups of Judah. NIV 12 The western boundary is the coastline of the Mediterranean Sea. These are the boundaries around the people of Judah by their clans. NCV 13 The Lord had commanded Joshua to give Caleb son of Jephunneh part of the land in Judah, so he gave Caleb the town of Kiriath Arba, also called Hebron. (Arba was the father of Anak.) NIV 13 In accordance with the LORD’s command to him, Joshua gave to Caleb son of Jephunneh a portion in Judah—Kiriath Arba, that is, Hebron. (Arba was the forefather of Anak.) NCV 14 Caleb forced out the three Anakite families living in Hebron: Sheshai, Ahiman, and Talmai, the descendants of Anak. NIV 14 From Hebron Caleb drove out the three Anakites—Sheshai, Ahiman and Talmai, the sons of Anak. NCV 15 Then he left there and went to fight against the people living in Debir. (In the past Debir had been called Kiriath Sepher.) NIV 15 From there he marched against the people living in Debir (formerly called Kiriath Sepher). NCV 16 Caleb said, "I will give Acsah, my daughter, as a wife to the man who attacks and captures the city of Kiriath Sepher." NIV 16 And Caleb said, “I will give my daughter Aksah in marriage to the man who attacks and captures Kiriath Sepher.” NCV 17 Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb's brother, captured the city, so Caleb gave his daughter Acsah to Othniel to be his wife. NIV 17 Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb’s brother, took it; so Caleb gave his daughter Aksah to him in marriage. NCV 18 When Acsah came to Othniel, she told him to ask her father for a field. So Acsah went to her father. When she got down from her donkey, Caleb asked her, "What do you want?" NIV 18 One day when she came to Othniel, she urged him to ask her father for a field. When she got off her donkey, Caleb asked her, “What can I do for you?” NCV 19 Acsah answered, "Do me a special favor. Since you have given me land in southern Canaan, also give me springs of water." So Caleb gave her the upper and lower springs. NIV 19 She replied, “Do me a special favor. Since you have given me land in the Negev, give me also springs of water.” So Caleb gave her the upper and lower springs. NCV 20 The tribe of Judah got the land God had promised them. Each family group got part of the land. NIV 20 This is the inheritance of the tribe of Judah, according to its clans: NCV 21 The tribe of Judah got all these towns in the southern part of Canaan near the border of Edom: Kabzeel, Eder, Jagur, NIV 21 The southernmost towns of the tribe of Judah in the Negev toward the boundary of Edom were: Kabzeel, Eder, Jagur, NCV 22 Kinah, Dimonah, Adadah, NIV 22 Kinah, Dimonah, Adadah, NCV 23 Kedesh, Hazor, Ithnan, NIV 23 Kedesh, Hazor, Ithnan, NCV 24 Ziph, Telem, Bealoth, NIV 24 Ziph, Telem, Bealoth, NCV 25 Hazor Hadattah, Kerioth Hezron (also called Hazor), NIV 25 Hazor Hadattah, Kerioth Hezron (that is, Hazor), NCV 26 Amam, Shema, Moladah, NIV 26 Amam, Shema, Moladah, NCV 27 Hazar Gaddah, Heshmon, Beth Pelet, NIV 27 Hazar Gaddah, Heshmon, Beth Pelet, NCV 28 Hazar Shual, Beersheba, Biziothiah, NIV 28 Hazar Shual, Beersheba, Biziothiah, NCV 29 Baalah, Iim, Ezem, NIV 29 Baalah, Iyim, Ezem, NCV 30 Eltolad, Kesil, Hormah, NIV 30 Eltolad, Kesil, Hormah, NCV 31 Ziklag, Madmannah, Sansannah, NIV 31 Ziklag, Madmannah, Sansannah, NCV 32 Lebaoth, Shilhim, Ain, and Rimmon. There were twenty-nine towns and their villages. NIV 32 Lebaoth, Shilhim, Ain and Rimmon—a total of twenty-nine towns and their villages. NCV 33 The tribe of Judah got these towns in the western hills: Eshtaol, Zorah, Ashnah, NIV 33 In the western foothills: Eshtaol, Zorah, Ashnah, NCV 34 Zanoah, En Gannim, Tappuah, Enam, NIV 34 Zanoah, En Gannim, Tappuah, Enam, NCV 35 Jarmuth, Adullam, Socoh, Azekah, NIV 35 Jarmuth, Adullam, Sokoh, Azekah, NCV 36 Shaaraim, Adithaim, and Gederah (also called Gederothaim). There were fourteen towns and their villages. NIV 36 Shaaraim, Adithaim and Gederah (or Gederothaim) —fourteen towns and their villages. NCV 37 Judah was also given these towns in the western hills: Zenan, Hadashah, Migdal Gad, NIV 37 Zenan, Hadashah, Migdal Gad, NCV 38 Dilean, Mizpah, Joktheel, NIV 38 Dilean, Mizpah, Joktheel, NCV 39 Lachish, Bozkath, Eglon, NIV 39 Lachish, Bozkath, Eglon, NCV 40 Cabbon, Lahmas, Kitlish, NIV 40 Kabbon, Lahmas, Kitlish, NCV 41 Gederoth, Beth Dagon, Naamah, and Makkedah. There were sixteen towns and their villages. NIV 41 Gederoth, Beth Dagon, Naamah and Makkedah—sixteen towns and their villages. NCV 42 Judah was also given these towns in the western hills: Libnah, Ether, Ashan, NIV 42 Libnah, Ether, Ashan, NCV 43 Iphtah, Ashnah, Nezib, NIV 43 Iphtah, Ashnah, Nezib, NCV 44 Keilah, Aczib, and Mareshah. There were nine towns and their villages. NIV 44 Keilah, Akzib and Mareshah—nine towns and their villages. NCV 45 The tribe of Judah was also given these towns: Ekron and all the small towns and villages near it; NIV 45 Ekron, with its surrounding settlements and villages; NCV 46 the area west of Ekron and all the villages and small towns near Ashdod; NIV 46 west of Ekron, all that were in the vicinity of Ashdod, together with their villages; NCV 47 Ashdod and the small towns and villages around it; the villages and small towns around Gaza as far as the brook of Egypt and along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. NIV 47 Ashdod, its surrounding settlements and villages; and Gaza, its settlements and villages, as far as the Wadi of Egypt and the coastline of the Mediterranean Sea. NCV 48 The tribe of Judah was also given these towns in the mountains: Shamir, Jattir, Socoh, NIV 48 In the hill country: Shamir, Jattir, Sokoh, NCV 49 Dannah, Kiriath Sannah (also called Debir), NIV 49 Dannah, Kiriath Sannah (that is, Debir), NCV 50 Anab, Eshtemoh, Anim, NIV 50 Anab, Eshtemoh, Anim, NCV 51 Goshen, Holon, and Giloh. There were eleven towns and their villages. NIV 51 Goshen, Holon and Giloh—eleven towns and their villages. NCV 52 They were also given these towns in the mountains: Arab, Dumah, Eshan, NIV 52 Arab, Dumah, Eshan, NCV 53 Janim, Beth Tappuah, Aphekah, NIV 53 Janim, Beth Tappuah, Aphekah, NCV 54 Humtah, Kiriath Arba (also called Hebron), and Zior. There were nine towns and their villages. NIV 54 Humtah, Kiriath Arba (that is, Hebron) and Zior—nine towns and their villages. NCV 55 Judah was also given these towns in the mountains: Maon, Carmel, Ziph, Juttah, NIV 55 Maon, Carmel, Ziph, Juttah, NCV 56 Jezreel, Jokdeam, Zanoah, NIV 56 Jezreel, Jokdeam, Zanoah, NCV 57 Kain, Gibeah, and Timnah. There were ten towns and their villages. NIV 57 Kain, Gibeah and Timnah—ten towns and their villages. NCV 58 They were also given these towns in the mountains: Halhul, Beth Zur, Gedor, NIV 58 Halhul, Beth Zur, Gedor, NCV 59 Maarath, Beth Anoth, and Eltekon. There were six towns and their villages. NIV 59 Maarath, Beth Anoth and Eltekon—six towns and their villages. NCV 60 The people of Judah were also given the two towns of Rabbah and Kiriath Baal (also called Kiriath Jearim) and their villages. NIV 60 Kiriath Baal (that is, Kiriath Jearim) and Rabbah—two towns and their villages. NCV 61 Judah was given these towns in the desert: Beth Arabah, Middin, Secacah, NIV 61 In the wilderness: Beth Arabah, Middin, Sekakah, NCV 62 Nibshan, the City of Salt, and En Gedi. There were six towns and all their villages. NIV 62 Nibshan, the City of Salt and En Gedi—six towns and their villages. NCV 63 The army of Judah was not able to force out the Jebusites living in Jerusalem, so the Jebusites still live among the people of Judah to this day. NIV 63 Judah could not dislodge the Jebusites, who were living in Jerusalem; to this day the Jebusites live there with the people of Judah.

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