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Outside the veil-canopy 1 of the congregation in the Meeting Tent Aaron 2 must arrange it from evening until morning before the Lord continually. This is a perpetual statute throughout your generations. 3
They must not leave any of it until morning, nor break any of its bones; they must observe it in accordance with every statute of the Passover.
1 On 2 the day that the tabernacle was set up, 3 the cloud 4 covered the tabernacle – the tent of the testimony 5 – and from evening until morning there was 6 a fiery appearance 7 over the tabernacle.
And early 1 in the morning they went up to the crest of the hill country, 2 saying, “Here we are, and we will go up to the place that the Lord commanded, 3 for we have sinned.” 4
So Balaam got up in the morning, and said to the princes of Balak, “Go to your land, 1 for the Lord has refused to permit me to go 2 with you.”
Then on the next morning Balak took Balaam, and brought him up to Bamoth Baal. 1 From there he saw the extent of the nation.
And the second lamb you must offer in the late afternoon; just as you offered the grain offering and drink offering in the morning, 1 you must offer it as an offering made by fire, as a pleasing aroma to the Lord.
There must not be a scrap of yeast within your land 1 for seven days, nor can any of the meat you sacrifice on the evening of the first day remain until the next morning. 2
Bright and early the next morning Joshua and the Israelites left Shittim and came to the Jordan. 1 They camped there before crossing the river. 2
Bright and early the next morning Joshua gathered 1 the army, 2 and he and the leaders 3 of Israel marched 4 at the head of it 5 to Ai.
On the fourth day they woke up early and the Levite got ready to leave. 1 But the girl’s father said to his son-in-law, “Have a bite to eat for some energy, 2 then you can go.”
He woke up early in the morning on the fifth day so he could leave, but the girl’s father said, “Get some energy. 1 Wait until later in the day to leave!” 2 So they ate a meal together.
The woman arrived back at daybreak and was sprawled out on the doorstep of the house where her master 1 was staying until it became light. 2
When her master 1 got up in the morning, opened the doors of the house, and went outside to start on his journey, there was the woman, his concubine, sprawled out on the doorstep of the house with her hands on the threshold.
She asked, 1 ‘May I follow the harvesters and gather 2 grain among the bundles?’ 3 Since she arrived she has been working hard 4 from this morning until now 5 – except for 6 sitting 7 in the resting hut 8 a short time.” 9
So she slept beside him 1 until morning. She woke up while it was still dark. 2 Boaz thought, 3 “No one must know that a woman visited the threshing floor.” 4
They got up early the next morning and after worshiping the Lord, they returned to their home at Ramah. Elkanah had marital relations with 1 his wife Hannah, and the Lord remembered 2 her.
So Samuel lay down until morning. Then he opened the doors of the Lord’s house. But Samuel was afraid to tell Eli about the vision.
So Jonathan told David, “My father Saul is trying 1 to kill you. So be careful tomorrow morning. Find 2 a hiding place and stay in seclusion. 3
God will severely punish David, 1 if I leave alive until morning even one male 2 from all those who belong to him!”