Intermediate Reading Group Collation: 1 Samuel 14:11-15
- Hi everyone:
Here's the collation for 1 Samuel 14:11-15. I only received two
submissions so far (and I'm out again this week!). If I get any
others, I'll repost.
By all means please do review this collation and post any questions or
comments to the list. Next up: 1 Samuel 14:16-20, due before Sunday
Feb 11 at 5 AM EST (10:00 GMT).
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Berel (who's hoping to rejoin the group!)
KAW And the two of them revealed themselves to the garrison of the
Philistines and the Philistines said, "Behold, Hebrews are coming
out from the holes where they have hidden themselves."
PEB And the two of them showed themselves to the garrison of the
Philistines; and the Philistines said: "Behold, [some] Hebrews
are coming forth from the holes where they have been hiding".
KAW And the men of the garrison called (lit. answered) Jonathan and
his armour-bearer and they said, "Come up to us and we will make
something known to you." And Jonathan said to the his
armour-bearer, "Come up after me for the L-rd has given them into
the hand of Israel."
PEB And the men of the outpost answered Jonathan and his weapons
bearer, and they said: "Come up to us and we will teach you a
thing". And Jonathan said to his weapons bearer: "Come up behind
me, for the L-rd has given them into the hand of Israel".
KAW And Jonathan went up on his hands and feet and his armour-bearer
after him and they fell before Jonathan and his armour-bearer
killed (some) after him.
PEB And Jonathan went up on his hands and feet and his weapons bearer
behind him; and they [Philistines] fell before Jonathan, and his
weapons bearer was putting [them] to death after him.
KAW And the first smiting which Jonathan and his armour-bearer smote
was about twenty men as in half a furrow-length of an acre of
PEB And the first slaughter which Jonathan and his weapons bearer did
smite [?] was about twenty men; as in a half-acre field [which a
pair of oxen can plow] [?].
KAW And a trembling was in the camp, in the field and in all the
people. The garrison and the one who destroyed trembled, even
them. And the land shook and it was for a trembling of God.
PEB And there was trembling in the camp in the field, and in all the
people/soldiers of the garrison and the destruction [?] even they
trembled; and the earth quaked, and it [fem.] was for a mighty
trembling [for a trembling of (ascribed to) G-d).