Bible Cross References
1 Kings 9:15
King Solomon used forced labor to build the Temple and the palace, to fill in land on the east side of the city, and to build the city wall. He also used it to rebuild the cities of Hazor, Megiddo, and Gezer.
1 Kings 9:17
and Solomon rebuilt it.) Using his forced labor, Solomon also rebuilt Lower Beth Horon,
1 Kings 9:18
Baalath, Tamar in the wilderness of Judah,
1 Kings 15:17
Baasha invaded Judah and started to fortify Ramah in order to cut off all traffic in and out of Judah.
1 Kings 16:24
and then he bought the hill of Samaria for six thousand pieces of silver from a man named Shemer. Omri fortified the hill, built a town there, and named it Samaria, after Shemer, the former owner of the hill.
2 Chronicles 11:5-12
Rehoboam remained in Jerusalem and had fortifications built for the following cities of Judah and Benjamin:
Bethlehem, Etam, Tekoa,
Bethzur, Soco, Adullam,
Gath, Mareshah, Ziph,
Adoraim, Lachish, Azekah,
Zorah, Aijalon, and Hebron.
He had them strongly fortified and appointed a commander for each of them, and in each one he placed supplies of food, olive oil, and wine,
and also shields and spears. In this way he kept Judah and Benjamin under his control.
1 Kings 12:1
Rehoboam went to Shechem, where all the people of northern Israel had gathered to make him king.
Judges 9:1
Gideon's son Abimelech went to the town of Shechem, where all his mother's relatives lived, and told them
Judges 9:45-49
The fighting continued all day long. Abimelech captured the city, killed its people, tore it down, and covered the ground with salt.
When all the leading men in the fort at Shechem heard about this, they sought safety in the stronghold of the temple of Baal-of-the-Covenant.
Abimelech was told that they had gathered there,
so he went up to Mount Zalmon with his men. There he took an ax, cut a limb off a tree, and put it on his shoulder. He told his men to hurry and do the same thing.
So everyone cut off a tree limb; then they followed Abimelech and piled the wood up against the stronghold. They set it on fire, with the people inside, and all the people of the fort died---about a thousand men and women.
Genesis 32:30
Jacob said, "I have seen God face-to-face, and I am still alive"; so he named the place Peniel.
Genesis 32:31
The sun rose as Jacob was leaving Peniel, and he was limping because of his hip.
Judges 8:8
Gideon went on to Penuel and made the same request of the people there, but the men of Penuel gave the same answer as the men of Sukkoth.
Judges 8:17
He also tore down the tower at Penuel and killed the men of that city.