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1 Chronicles Chapter 18 Summary

This is 1 Chronicle chapter 18 summary in which we will receive a list of King David’s war victories. We’ll also be able to review a list of the king’s officials. Let’s begin; the king of Israel defeated the Philistines and took the city of Gath.

He defeated the Moabites, Zobah to Hamath, and established his dominion as far as to the Euphrates. David took thousands of chariots and knocked down the Syrians who came to assist the Zobahites.

Garrisons, which are stationed troops, were placed in these nations as the LORD ALMIGHTY preserved him wherever he went. King David collected much gold and brass along the way.

The Children of Edom Became Servants to Israel

A king named Tou of Hamath sent his son to greet and commend David for taking down Zobah; his son came with gifts. King David dedicated all the gifts to the LORD from all the nations; Edom, Moab, Ammon, Gath, and Amalek.

The Edomites became servants to David, especially after Abishai killed 18,000 of them in the valley of salt. King David was very well known, a known war hero who ruled and executed judgment and justice to all his people.

Joab was his chief general, Jehoshaphat kept his government records, and Zadok and Abimelech were his priests. Shavsha was the chief secretary, Benaiah was chief of the mercenaries and bodyguards, and his own sons were chief princes and counselors around the king. This is the summary of 1 Chronicle chapter 18; glory to HIS Majesty, the LORD of Hosts.

Selah

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