1 Chronicles 12-14, ERV
1. 8 Part of the tribe of Gad joined David at his fortress in the desert. They were brave soldiers trained for war and skilled with the shield and spear. They looked as fierce as lions, and they could run as fast as __________ through the mountains.
1 Chronicles 12:8,ERV
2. 15 They were the soldiers who crossed the Jordan River in the first month of the year, when it was _________. They chased away the people in the valley who were on both sides of the river.
1 Chronicles 12:15,ERV
c. flooded over its banks
3. 11 Then David and his men went up to the town of Baal Perazim. There David and his men defeated the Philistines. David said, "Waters break out from a broken dam. In the same way God has broken through my enemies! __________." That is why that place is named Baal Perazim. 12 The Philistines had left their idols at Baal Perazim. David ordered his men to burn the idols.
1 Chronicles 14:11-12,ERV
a. God has done this through me
b. I have done this
4. 13 The Philistines attacked the people living in the Valley of Rephaim again. 14 David prayed to God again, and God answered his prayer. God said, "David, don't follow the Philistines up the hill when you attack. Instead, go around them and hide on the other side of the balsam trees. 15 When you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the balsam trees, go out to battle because that is the sign that ___________ gone out in front of you to defeat the Philistines." 16 David did what God told him to do. So David and his men defeated the Philistine army. They killed Philistine soldiers all the way from the town of Gibeon to the town of Gezer. 17 So David became famous in all the countries. The Lord made all nations afraid of him.
1 Chronicles 14:13-17,ERV
a. your army has
b. the angels have
c. God has