The Philistines from the maritime plain had made incursions into the Hebrew upland for the purposes of plunder, when one of this name, the son of Anath, otherwise unknown, headed a rising for the purpose of freeing the land from this oppression. He repelled the invasion, slaying 600 men with an “ox goad” (q.v.). The goad was a formidable sharpointed instrument, sometimes ten feet long. He was probably contemporary for a time with Deborah and Barak (Judg. 3:31; 5:6).
noun 1. a wool blend of pashm and shahtoosh
noun 1. the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonorable, improper, ridiculous, etc., done by oneself or another: She was overcome with shame. 2. susceptibility to this feeling: to be without shame. 3. disgrace; ignominy: His actions brought shame upon his parents. 4. a fact or circumstance bringing disgrace or regret: The bankruptcy […]
noun 1. a Japanese plucked stringed instrument with a long neck, an unfretted fingerboard, and a rectangular soundbox
desert. (1.) One of the “dukes” of Edom (Gen. 36:13, 17). (2.) One of the sons of Jesse (1 Sam. 16:9). He is also called Shimeah (2 Sam. 13:3) and Shimma (1 Chr. 2:13). (3.) One of David’s three mighty men (2 Sam. 23:11, 12). (4.) One of David’s mighties (2 Sam. 23:25); called also […]