His younger brother (perhaps nephew) Othniel, won the city and his bride.
Tis not alway when we think Israel at the lowest that Othniel is raised up to judge us.
Friend Othniel told me he was going to walk up Mount Royal after lunch and wouldn't be back before six.
She was not satisfied with the portion of land that fell to Othniel.
"Thee speaketh words of wisdom, but a full stomach fortifieth a stout heart," said Friend Othniel.
Othniel, the son of Kenaz, by his shrewd arguing restored them all as if they had never lapsed from the memory.
Othniel the judge without reproach is followed by Ehud the regicide.
David purchased Michal, and Othniel, Achsah, by performing perilous services for their fathers.
David purchased Michael, and Othniel, Achsah, by performing perilous services for the fathers of the damsels.
lion of God, the first of the judges. His wife Achsah was the daughter of Caleb (Josh. 15:16, 17; Judg. 1:13). He gained her hand as a reward for his bravery in leading a successful expedition against Debir (q.v.). Some thirty years after the death of Joshua, the Israelites fell under the subjection of Chushan-rishathaim (q.v.), the king of Mesopotamia. He oppressed them for full eight years, when they "cried" unto Jehovah, and Othniel was raised up to be their deliverer. He was the younger brother of Caleb (Judg. 3:8, 9-11). He is the only judge mentioned connected with the tribe of Judah. Under him the land had rest forty years.