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(0.17)1Ki 11:41

The rest of the events of Solomon’s reign, including all his accomplishments and his wise decisions, are recorded in the scroll called the Annals of Solomon. 1 

(0.17)1Ki 12:12

Jeroboam and all the people reported 1  to Rehoboam on the third day, just as the king had ordered when he said, “Return to me on the third day.”

(0.17)1Ch 6:61

The rest of Kohath’s descendants were allotted ten cities in the territory of the half-tribe of Manasseh. 1 

(0.17)1Ch 6:63

The clans of Merari’s descendants were allotted twelve cities within the territory of the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and Zebulun. 1 

(0.17)1Ch 24:5

They divided them by lots, for there were officials of the holy place and officials designated by God among the descendants of both Eleazar and Ithamar. 1 

(0.17)1Ch 28:7

I will establish his kingdom permanently, if he remains committed to obeying my commands and regulations, as you are doing this day.’ 1 

(0.17)2Ch 1:10

Now give me wisdom and discernment so 1  I can effectively lead this nation. 2  Otherwise 3  no one is able 4  to make judicial decisions for 5  this great nation of yours.” 6 

(0.17)2Ch 7:17

You must serve me as your father David did. Do everything I commanded and obey my rules and regulations. 1 

(0.17)2Ch 10:12

Jeroboam and all the people reported to Rehoboam on the third day, just as the king had ordered when he said, “Return to me on the third day.”

(0.17)2Ch 19:7

Respect the Lord and make careful decisions, for the Lord our God disapproves of injustice, partiality, and bribery.” 1 

(0.17)2Ch 19:8

In Jerusalem Jehoshaphat appointed some Levites, priests, and Israelite family leaders to judge on behalf of the Lord 1  and to settle disputes among the residents of Jerusalem. 2 

(0.17)Ezr 2:63

The governor 1  instructed them not to eat any of the sacred food until there was a priest who could consult 2  the Urim and Thummim.

(0.17)Ezr 5:5

But God was watching over 1  the elders of Judah, and they were not stopped 2  until a report could be dispatched 3  to Darius and a letter could be sent back concerning this.

(0.17)Ezr 7:10

Now Ezra had dedicated himself 1  to the study of the law of the Lord, to its observance, and to teaching 2  its statutes and judgments in Israel.

(0.17)Ezr 10:4

Get up, for this matter concerns you. We are with you, so be strong and act decisively!”

(0.17)Ezr 10:8

Everyone who did not come within three days would thereby forfeit all his property, in keeping with the counsel of the officials and the elders. Furthermore, he himself would be excluded from the assembly of the exiles.

(0.17)Neh 7:65

The governor 1  instructed them not to eat any of the sacred food until there was a priest who could consult 2  the Urim and Thummim.

(0.17)Neh 9:13

“You came down on Mount Sinai and spoke with them from heaven. You provided them with just judgments, true laws, and good statutes and commandments.

(0.17)Est 1:13

The king then inquired of the wise men who were discerners of the times – for it was the royal custom to confer with all those who were proficient in laws and legalities. 1 

(0.17)Est 1:20

And let the king’s decision which he will enact be disseminated 1  throughout all his kingdom, vast though it is. 2  Then all the women will give honor to their husbands, from the most prominent to the lowly.”



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