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You are observing religious 1 days and months and seasons and years.
So he stayed there 1 a year and six months, teaching the word of God among them. 2
After some time 1 his wife Elizabeth became pregnant, 2 and for five months she kept herself in seclusion. 3 She said, 4
So 1 Mary stayed with Elizabeth 2 about three months 3 and then returned to her home.
After three months we put out to sea 1 in an Alexandrian ship that had wintered at the island and had the “Heavenly Twins” 2 as its figurehead. 3
In the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy, 1 the angel Gabriel 2 was sent by 3 God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, 4
“And look, 1 your relative 2 Elizabeth has also become pregnant with 3 a son in her old age – although she was called barren, she is now in her sixth month! 4
At that time Moses was born, and he was beautiful 1 to God. For 2 three months he was brought up in his father’s house,
So Paul 1 entered 2 the synagogue 3 and spoke out fearlessly 4 for three months, addressing 5 and convincing 6 them about the kingdom of God. 7
where he stayed 1 for three months. Because the Jews had made 2 a plot 3 against him as he was intending 4 to sail 5 for Syria, he decided 6 to return through Macedonia. 7
Elijah was a human being 1 like us, and he prayed earnestly 2 that it would not rain and there was no rain on the land for three years and six months!
The locusts 1 were not given permission 2 to kill 3 them, but only to torture 4 them 5 for five months, and their torture was like that 6 of a scorpion when it stings a person. 7
They have 1 tails and stingers like scorpions, and their ability 2 to injure people for five months is in their tails.
Then 1 the four angels who had been prepared for this 2 hour, day, 3 month, and year were set free to kill 4 a third of humanity.
The beast 1 was given a mouth speaking proud words 2 and blasphemies, and he was permitted 3 to exercise ruling authority 4 for forty-two months.
But in truth I tell you, there were many widows in Israel in Elijah’s days, 1 when the sky 2 was shut up three and a half years, and 3 there was a great famine over all the land.
But 1 do not measure the outer courtyard 2 of the temple; leave it out, 3 because it has been given to the Gentiles, 4 and they will trample on the holy city 5 for forty-two months.
flowing down the middle of the city’s 1 main street. 2 On each side 3 of the river is the tree of life producing twelve kinds 4 of fruit, yielding its fruit every month of the year. 5 Its leaves are for the healing of the nations.