Places Study on Valley of Gerar

Places Study on Valley of Gerar

Genesis 26: And Isaac departed thence, and pitched his tent in the valley of Gerar, and dwelt there.

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e'Sek - (contention ), a well which the herdsmen of Isaac dug in the Valley of Gerar
Esek - Quarrel, a well which Isaac's herdsmen dug in the Valley of Gerar, and so called because the herdsmen of Gerar quarrelled with them for its possession (Genesis 26:20 )
Sit'Nah - (strife ), the second of the two wells dug by Isaac in the Valley of Gerar, the possession of which the herdmen of the valley disputed with him
Esek - A well in the Valley of Gerar, dug by the servants of Isaac, and striven for by the servants of Abimelech; hence its name, which signifies 'strife
Sitnah - The second of the two wells dug by Isaac in the Valley of Gerar, which the herdsmen of the place strove for as theirs
Gerar - The "Valley of Gerar" (Genesis 26:17 ) was probably the modern Wady el-Jerdr
Rehoboth - Site of a well dug and retained by Isaac's men in the Valley of Gerar (Genesis 26:22 )
Roe - The Valley of Gerar and the Beersheba plains are still frequented by it
Philistia - " Philistia, or the "land of the Philistines," included the coast plain on the southwest of Palestine, from Joppa on the north to the Valley of Gerar on the south, a distance of about 40 miles
River; Wadi - ... This noun represents a dry valley in which water runs during the rainy season: “And Isaac departed thence, and pitched his tent in the Valley of Gerar, and dwelt there” (Gen
Isaac - He accordingly withdrew, and pitched his tent in the Valley of Gerar, where he digged new wells, and, after a time, returned to Beersheba, where he fixed his habitation, Genesis 26:1-23
Wells - A remarkable instance of this kind is recorded by Moses in these terms: "And Isaac departed thence, and pitched his tent in the Valley of Gerar, and dwelt there