Joshua set up the twelve stones(A) that had been[a] in the middle of the Jordan at the spot where the priests who carried the ark of the covenant had stood. And they are there to this day.(B)

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  1. Joshua 4:9 Or Joshua also set up twelve stones

26 Over Achan they heaped(A) up a large pile of rocks, which remains to this day.(B) Then the Lord turned from his fierce anger.(C) Therefore that place has been called the Valley of Achor[a](D) ever since.

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  1. Joshua 7:26 Achor means trouble.

28 So Joshua burned(A) Ai[a](B) and made it a permanent heap of ruins,(C) a desolate place to this day.(D)

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  1. Joshua 8:28 Ai means the ruin.

27 At sunset(A) Joshua gave the order and they took them down from the poles and threw them into the cave where they had been hiding. At the mouth of the cave they placed large rocks, which are there to this day.(B)

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18 And the number of the gold rats was according to the number of Philistine towns belonging to the five rulers—the fortified towns with their country villages. The large rock on which the Levites set the ark of the Lord is a witness to this day in the field of Joshua of Beth Shemesh.

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