23 Then the men went to Eshcol Valley. There they cut off a branch from a grapevine that had a bunch of grapes on it. They put that branch on a pole, and two men carried it between them. They also carried some pomegranates and figs. 24 That place is called the Eshcol[a] Valley, because there the men of Israel cut off the bunch of grapes.
25 The men explored that country for 40 days, and then they went back to the camp.Read full chapter
- Numbers 13:24 Eshcol This name is like the Hebrew word meaning “a bunch of grapes.”