Places Study on Valley of Shaveh

Places Study on Valley of Shaveh

Genesis 14: And the king of Sodom went out to meet him after his return from the slaughter of Chedorlaomer, and of the kings that were with him, at the valley of Shaveh, which is the king's dale.

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King's Dale - Mentioned only in Genesis 14:17 ; 2 Samuel 18:18 , the name given to "the Valley of Shaveh," where the king of Sodom met Abram
Dale, the King's - The name of a valley, the alternative for "the Valley of Shaveh" (q
Melchizedek - Melchizedek, or Melchisedec (mel-kĭz'-e-dĕk), the Greek form in the New Testament (king of righteousness), is mentioned in Genesis 14:18-20 as king of Salem and priest of the Most High God, meeting Abram in the Valley of Shaveh, bringing out bread and wine to him, blessing him, and receiving tithes from him; in Psalms 110:4, where Messiah is described as a priest "after the order of Melchizedek;" and finally, in Hebrews 5:6-7, where the typical relations between Melchizedek and Christ are defined, both being priests without belonging to the Levitical tribe, superior to Abram, of unknown beginning and end, and kings of righteousness and peace
Melchiz'Edek - (king of righteousness ), king of Salem and priest of the most high God, who met Abram in the Valley of Shaveh, which is the king's valley, bought out bread and wine, blessed him, and received tithes from him
Jehoshaphat, Valley of - The king's (Melchizedek's) dale or Valley of Shaveh (Genesis 14:17; 2 Samuel 18:18) is identified with "the valley of Jehoshaphat
Jerusalem - ... "The Valley of Shaveh, the king's dale" (Genesis 14:17; 2 Samuel 18:18), was the valley of Kedron, and the king of Sodom had no improbable distance to go from Sodom in meeting him here (two furlongs from Jersalem: Josephus, Ant