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The Jewish Study Bible Contextualizes the Hebrew Bible with accompanying scholarly text on Jewish traditions and history.

Chapter 13

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1Then David consulted with the officers of the thousands and the hundreds, with every chief officer. 2David said to the entire assembly of Israel, “If you approve, and if the LORD our God concurs, a Meaning of Heb. uncertain. let us send far and wide to our remaining kinsmen throughout the territories of Israel, including the priests and Levites in the towns where they have pasturelands, that they shouldgather together to us 3in order to transfer the Ark of our God to us, for throughout the days of Saul we paid no regard to it.” 4The entire assembly agreed to do so, for the proposal pleased all the people. 5David then assembled all Israel from Shihor of Egypt to Lebo‐hamath, in order to bring the Ark of God from Kiriath‐jearim. 6 a With vv. 6–14, cf. 2 Sam. 6.2–11 . David and all Israel went up to Baalah, Kiriath‐jearim of Judah, to bring up from there the Ark of God, the LORD, Enthroned on the Cherubim, to which the Name was attached. 7They transported the Ark of God on a new cart from the house of Abinadab; Uzza and Ahio guided the cart, 8and David and all Israel danced before God with all their might—with songs, lyres, harps, timbrels, cymbals, and trumpets. 9But when they came to the threshing floor of Chidon, Uzza put out his hand to hold the Ark of God because the oxen had stumbled. b Meaning of Heb. uncertain. 10The LORD was incensed at Uzza, and struck him down, because he laid a hand on the Ark; and so he died there before God. 11David was distressed because the LORD c‐ Heb. paraß…pereß. had burst out ‐c Heb. paraß…pereß. against Uzza; and that place was named Perez‐uzzah, as it is still called.

12David was afraid of God that day; he said, “How can I bring the Ark of God here?” 13So David did not remove the Ark to his place in the City of David; instead, he diverted it to the house of Obed‐edom the Gittite. 14The Ark of God remained in the house of Obed‐edom, in its own abode, three months, and the LORD blessed the house of Obed‐edom and all he had.

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a Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

a With vv. 6–14, cf. 2 Sam. 6.2–11 .

b Meaning of Heb. uncertain.

c‐c Heb. paraß…pereß.

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