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  • Judges 3:15 Again the Israelites cried out to the LORD, and he gave them a deliverer--Ehud, a left-handed man, the son of Gera the Benjamite. The Israelites sent him with tribute to Eglon king of Moab.
  • The second Judges
  • Tribe of Benjamin
  • Ehud was sent to the Moabite King Eglon on the pretext of delivering the Israelites' annual tribute. He had blacksmiths make a double-edged shortsword about eighteen inches long, useful for a stabbing thrust.He had blacksmiths make a short double-edged sword about twelve inches long: useful for a stabbing thrust. He hid the sword on his inner right thigh. Being left-handed, he could conceal the sword where it was not expected. Ehud told Eglon he had a secret thing or word for him. Eglon dismissed his attendants and allowed Ehud to meet him in private. Ehud said, "I have a word/thing from God for you", drew his sword, and stabbed the king. Eglon was eviscerated by the blow, which punctured his intestines: "and the dirt came out. After killing Eglon, Ehud locked the doors to the king's chamber and left. Eglon's assistants returned when too much time had elapsed and found the doors locked.
  • Killed the king Eglon and defeated the Moabites
  • Being left-handed
  • Ehud
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