Why can we conclude that; "Great must have been the fear of Jericho's king, of Israel at Gil'gal?
Great must have been the fear of Jericho’s king and its inhabitants as they heard about or witnessed the miraculous damming up of the flooding Jordan, enabling the Israelites to cross on dry ground. Afterward, although the Israelite males underwent circumcision and had to recover from its effects before being in a good position to defend themselves, no one dared to attack them at Gilgal. Unmolested, the Israelites also observed the Passover on the desert plain of Jericho. [INSIGHT- pp.35; firstfriuts of Israel's Conquest pp. 2]