General view of Jenin in the Holy Land, by Snapshots Of The Past in 2007
General Holofernes reconnoiters the city of Bethulia. His commanders suggest avoiding direct battle. Instead, they should stop the water supply so Bethulia dies of thirst. Meanwhile, Israel prays.
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Achior liberated by the Israelites, by the Azor masters in 1430
After hearing Achior speak of Israel’s history, Holofernes bellows his contempt. He is going to annihilate Israel. He hands over Achior to Israel.
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Achior before Holofernes, by the Azor masters circa 1430, courtesy of Art and the Bible
Holofernes learns that tiny Israel has already showed up for battle. A man named Achior cautions Holofernes that his mighty army could be annihilated.
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Here are our pages of great verses to memorize from the entire Bible:
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Slichot prayer service during the Days of Repentance, by Mark Neyman in 2008
The children of Israel are extremely afraid of General Holofernes. Confusingly, the Jewish high priest starts issuing military commands. Meanwhile, everybody fasts and prays.
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The Decapolis map, by Nichalp in 2005
The nations are terrified of the vast army of Nebuchadnezzar. They send ambassadors who surrender unconditionally. Nonetheless, General Holofernes devastates them.
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Still Life with Fruits, by Abraham Manievich (1881-1941)
Here are our bite-sized pieces of the Book of Judith:
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General Holofernes, by Alexander Golovin in 1908 courtesy of judith2you
King Nebuchadnezzar is enraged at the disobedient nations. He will destroy them. He assigns General Holofernes to head a vast army of 132,000 soldiers.
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Memorizing Scripture and Bible Verses by UnlockingTheBible in 2012
If you’re looking for a way to deepen your faith and your knowledge of the Bible, check out our Scripture Memory Project!
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