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He built an altar there and named the place El Bethel 1 because there God had revealed himself 2 to him when he was fleeing from his brother.
You must not have sexual intercourse with your sister, whether she is your father’s daughter or your mother’s daughter, 1 whether she is born in the same household or born outside it; 2 you must not have sexual intercourse with either of them. 3
If a man has sexual intercourse with his father’s wife, he has exposed his father’s nakedness. 1 Both of them must be put to death; their blood guilt is on themselves. 2
You must not expose the nakedness of your mother’s sister and your father’s sister, for such a person has laid bare his own close relative. 1 They must bear their punishment for iniquity. 2
If a man has sexual intercourse with 1 his brother’s wife, it is indecency. He has exposed his brother’s nakedness; 2 they will be childless.
Then the Lord opened Balaam’s eyes, and he saw the angel of the Lord standing in the way with his sword drawn in his hand; so he bowed his head and threw himself down with his face to the ground. 1
the oracle of the one who hears the words of God, and who knows the knowledge of the Most High, who sees a vision from the Almighty, although falling flat on the ground with eyes open:
‘Cursed is the one who has sexual relations with 1 his father’s former wife, 2 for he dishonors his father.’ 3 Then all the people will say, ‘Amen!’
Secret things belong to the Lord our God, but those that are revealed belong to us and our descendants 1 forever, so that we might obey all the words of this law.
When he gets ready to go to sleep, 1 take careful notice of the place where he lies down. Then go, uncover his legs, 2 and lie down 3 beside him. 4 He will tell 5 you what you should do.”
When Boaz had finished his meal and was feeling satisfied, he lay down to sleep at the far end of the grain heap. 1 Then Ruth 2 crept up quietly, 3 uncovered his legs, 4 and lay down beside him. 5
She named the boy Ichabod, 1 saying, “The glory has departed from Israel,” referring to the capture of the ark of God and the deaths of her father-in-law and her husband.
When they 1 made themselves known to the Philistine garrison, the Philistines said, “Look! The Hebrews are coming out of the holes in which they hid themselves.”
The king of Assyria responded favorably to his request; 1 he 2 attacked Damascus and captured it. He deported the people 3 to Kir and executed Rezin.
They burned incense on all the high places just like the nations whom the Lord had driven away from before them. Their evil practices made the Lord angry. 1
So one of the priests whom they had deported from Samaria went back and settled in Bethel. 1 He taught them how to worship 2 the Lord.
They were worshiping 1 the Lord and at the same time serving their own gods in accordance with the practices of the nations from which they had been deported.
The king of Assyria deported the people of Israel 1 to Assyria. He settled them in Halah, along the Habor (the river of Gozan), and in the cities of the Medes.
Genealogical records were kept for all Israel; they are recorded in the Scroll of the Kings of Israel.The people of Judah 1 were carried away to Babylon because of their unfaithfulness.
for you, my God, have revealed to your servant that you will build a dynasty 1 for him. That is why your servant has had the courage to pray to you. 2