Unformatted text preview: Finally the Israelites cried out to the Lord, so the Lord rose up a deliverer who was Othniel. The sprit of the Lord came upon Othniel, and he judged Israel. Othniel went into war against King Cushanrishathaim of Aramnaharaim and prevailed. The land had rest for forty years. Then Othniel died. The fact that Othniel defeated King Cushanrishathaim of Aramnaharaim and delivered the Israelites from his hands is what makes him heroic. After the judge Tola, Jair the Gileadite became a judge. He judged over Israel twenty-two years. He had thirty sons who rode on thirty donkeys. Each son had a town in the land of Gilead and became called Havvothjair. Jair died and was buried in Kamon. Tola is heroic because he had so many sons and gained landed to add to Israel’s kingdom....
View Full Document
- Spring '06
- Book of Judges, Biblical judges, Othniel, King Cushanrishathaim