Places Study on Zered

Places Study on Zered

Deuteronomy 2: Now rise up, said I, and get you over the brook Zered. And we went over the brook Zered.
Deuteronomy 2: And the space in which we came from Kadeshbarnea, until we were come over the brook Zered, was thirty and eight years; until all the generation of the men of war were wasted out from among the host, as the LORD sware unto them.
1 Kings 11: And Jeroboam the son of Nebat, an Ephrathite of Zereda, Solomon's servant, whose mother's name was Zeruah, a widow woman, even he lifted up his hand against the king.
2 Chronicles 4: In the plain of Jordan did the king cast them, in the clay ground between Succoth and Zeredathah.

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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Zered
ZERED . The torrent-valley ( nachal ) of Zered is named in the itinerary of Israel’s journeyings, Numbers 21:12 , immediately prior to their crossing of the Arnon, and in Deuteronomy 2:13 as the point that marked the close of the 38 years’ wanderings. It is probably either the Sail Sa‘ideh (the principal confluent of the Arnon from the S.E.) or the Wâdy Kerak .

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Zered
Zared, luxuriance; willow bush, a brook or valley communicating with the Dead Sea near its southern extremity (Numbers 21:12 ; Deuteronomy 2:14 ). It is called the "brook of the willows" (Isaiah 15:7 ) and the "river of the wilderness" (Amos 6:14 ). It has been identified with the Wady el-Aksy.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Zered
(zee' ruhd) River name perhaps meaning, “white thorn.” A stream which empties into the southern end of the Dead Sea. Its entire length is only about thirty-eight miles, but it drains a large area of land. Israel crossed the Zered after wandering in the wilderness for thirty-eight years (Deuteronomy 2:13-14 ). See Palestine ; Rivers.



Holman Bible Dictionary - Brook of Zered
Also called “valley of Zered.” The Israelites crossed this book marking an end to their wilderness wandering and entrance into the Promised Land (Numbers 21:12 ; Deuteronomy 2:13-14 ). It is usually identified with modern wadi el-Hesa which flows into the southeast end of the Dead Sea. The wadi is about 35 miles long and forms the boundary between Moab and Edom. The Brook of Zered is the same as the Brook of the Willows (Isaiah 15:7 ), the dry stream bed of 2 Kings 3:16 (see 2 Kings 3:22 ), and perhaps the same as the Brook of the Arabah (Amos 6:14 ), though see Brook of the Arabah .



Holman Bible Dictionary - Valley of Zered
See Brook of Zered .



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Zared, Zered
Valley in which the Israelites encamped at nearly the end of their wanderings. Numbers 21:12 ; Deuteronomy 2:13,14 . Identified with the Wady el Hessi, which runs into the Salt Sea at its extreme south, and bears other names in its long course.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Zered
See ZARED.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Zered or Zared
A brook, or the valley through which it flows into the south-east part of the Dead sea, probably by Kir Moab, now Kerak, Numbers 21:12 Deuteronomy 2:13,14 .

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Zared - See Zered
Valley of Zered - See Brook of Zered
Brooks of the Willows - Probably the same as the Brook of Zered, modern wadi el-Hesa. See Brook of Zered
Zared - (zay rehd) KJV form of Zered in Numbers 21:12
Zered - Zered . The torrent-valley ( nachal ) of Zered is named in the itinerary of Israel’s journeyings, Numbers 21:12 , immediately prior to their crossing of the Arnon, and in Deuteronomy 2:13 as the point that marked the close of the 38 years’ wanderings
Nimrim, Waters of - Perhaps connected with the springs near Nimrah, or near the brook Zered toward the south end of the Dead Sea
Brook of Zered - Also called “valley of Zered. The Brook of Zered is the same as the Brook of the Willows (Isaiah 15:7 ), the dry stream bed of 2 Kings 3:16 (see 2 Kings 3:22 ), and perhaps the same as the Brook of the Arabah (Amos 6:14 ), though see Brook of the Arabah
Zered - Israel crossed the Zered after wandering in the wilderness for thirty-eight years (Deuteronomy 2:13-14 )
Zared - ZARED or Zered (more accurately), VALLEY OF; or brook or watercourse of (Numbers 21:12; Deuteronomy 2:13-14). Zered means "osier"; and wady Safsaf, "Willows Brook", is given to the tributary joining wady ain Franjy below Kerak
Brook of the Arabah - It has sometimes been located at the Brook of Zered which joins the Dead Sea at its southeastern corner from the east
Zoar - It was apparently a Moabite city, perhaps Safi on the river Zered
Rehoboth - Thus some suggest the Zered Brook, the principal stream in Edom, as the site of Rehoboth
Vale - Such, beds or valleys were Chereth, Eshcol, Sorek, Zered, etc
Valley - Such, beds or valleys were Chereth, Eshcol, Sorek, Zered, etc
Arabah - The brook of the Arabah represents the southern border of Israel (Amos 6:14 ), possibly the River Zered, the wadi el-Qelt, or the wadi Hefren
Seir, Mount - to the brook Zered (wady el Αhsi )
Gilgal - ... The sentence was exhausted when they crossed the Zered and entered the Amorites' land (Deuteronomy 2:14; Numbers 21:12-13), when all the sentenced generation was dead (Numbers 26:63-65)
Transjordan - (4) Wady Hesa—probably the ancient Zered but not absolutely certain—would have separated Moab from Edom and enters the Arabah at the southern end of the Dead Sea
Moab And the Moabite Stone - ... Moab proper was more isolated from the outside world, bounded by the Dead Sea escarpment on the west, the desert on the east, the Mujib/Arnon on the north, and a second river canyon on the south—called today Wady el-Hesa, probably, but not certainly, the River Zered of biblical times (Numbers 21:12 )
Palestine - Transjordan is divided into sections by several rivers—the Yarmuk, the Jabbok, the Arnon, and the Zered. ) Moab's southern border was the Zered River, Wadi al Hasa
Exodus - They arrived at the brook Zered, on the southern border of Moab, just forty years after their departure from Egypt
Edom - The Brook Zered (wady el Ahsy) was the boundary between Moab (Kerak) and Edom (now Jebal, Hebrew Gebal, mountainous, the N
Numbers, the Book of - ) Next, from Mount Hor Israel compassed Edom by way of the Red Sea (Numbers 21:4), a 220-mile journey, about four weeks, to the brook Zered (Numbers 21:12), the first westward flowing brook they met, marking therefore an epoch in their march