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  • 1 Samuel 4:18 (eng-GNTD)

    18When the man mentioned the Covenant Box, Eli fell backward from his seat beside the gate. He was so old and fat that the fall broke his neck, and he died. He had been a leader in Israel for forty years.

  • 1 Samuel 4:19 (eng-GNTD)

    The Death of the Widow of Phinehas 19Eli's daughter-in-law, the wife of Phinehas, was pregnant, and it was almost time for her baby to be born. When she heard that God's Covenant Box had been captured and that her father-in-law and her husband were dead, she suddenly went into labor and gave birth.

  • 1 Samuel 4:21 (eng-GNTD)

    21She named the boy Ichabod, explaining, “God's glory has left Israel”—referring to the capture of the Covenant Box and the death of her father-in-law and her husband.

  • 1 Samuel 4:22 (eng-GNTD)

    22“God's glory has left Israel,” she said, “because God's Covenant Box has been captured.”

  • 1 Samuel 5:1 (eng-GNTD)

    The Covenant Box among the Philistines 1After the Philistines captured the Covenant Box, they carried it from Ebenezer to their city of Ashdod,

  • 1 Samuel 5:3 (eng-GNTD)

    3Early the next morning the people of Ashdod saw that the statue of Dagon had fallen face downward on the ground in front of the Lord's Covenant Box. So they lifted it up and put it back in its place.

  • 1 Samuel 5:4 (eng-GNTD)

    4Early the following morning they saw that the statue had again fallen down in front of the Covenant Box. This time its head and both its arms were broken off and were lying in the doorway; only the body was left. (

  • 1 Samuel 5:7 (eng-GNTD)

    7When they saw what was happening, they said, “The God of Israel is punishing us and our god Dagon. We can't let the Covenant Box stay here any longer.”

  • 1 Samuel 5:8 (eng-GNTD)

    8So they sent messengers and called together all five of the Philistine kings and asked them, “What shall we do with the Covenant Box of the God of Israel?” “Take it over to Gath,” they answered; so they took it to Gath, another Philistine city.

  • 1 Samuel 5:10 (eng-GNTD)

    10So they sent the Covenant Box to Ekron, another Philistine city; but when it arrived there, the people cried out, “They have brought the Covenant Box of the God of Israel here, in order to kill us all!”

  • 1 Samuel 5:11 (eng-GNTD)

    11So again they sent for all the Philistine kings and said, “Send the Covenant Box of Israel back to its own place, so that it won't kill us and our families.” There was panic throughout the city because God was punishing them so severely.

  • 1 Samuel 6:1 (eng-GNTD)

    The Return of the Covenant Box 1After the Lord's Covenant Box had been in Philistia for seven months,

  • 1 Samuel 6:2 (eng-GNTD)

    2the people called the priests and the magicians and asked, “What shall we do with the Covenant Box of the Lord? If we send it back where it belongs, what shall we send with it?”

  • 1 Samuel 6:3 (eng-GNTD)

    3They answered, “If you return the Covenant Box of the God of Israel, you must, of course, send with it a gift to him to pay for your sin. The Covenant Box must not go back without a gift. In this way you will be healed, and you will find out why he has kept on punishing you.”

  • 1 Samuel 6:8 (eng-GNTD)

    8Take the Lord's Covenant Box, put it on the wagon, and place in a box beside it the gold models that you are sending to him as a gift to pay for your sins. Start the wagon on its way and let it go by itself.