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“But I will make a new covenant with the whole nation of Israel 1 after I plant them back in the land,” 2 says the Lord. 3 “I will 4 put my law within them 5 and write it on their hearts and minds. 6 I will be their God and they will be my people. 7
“When that time comes,” says the Lord, 1 “the people of Israel and Judah will return to the land together. They will come back with tears of repentance as they seek the Lord their God. 2
But you, son of man, do not fear them, and do not fear their words – even though briers 1 and thorns 2 surround you and you live among scorpions – do not fear their words and do not be terrified of the looks they give you, 3 for they are a rebellious house!
Yet they will be ministers in my sanctuary, having oversight at the gates of the temple, and serving the temple. They will slaughter the burnt offerings and the sacrifices for the people, and they will stand before them to minister to them.
(2:1) 1 However, 2 in the future the number of the people 3 of Israel will be like the sand of the sea which can be neither measured nor numbered. Although 4 it was said to them, “You are not my people,” it will be said to them, “You are 5 children 6 of the living God!”
Then the eyes of both of them opened, and they knew they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves.
A fugitive 1 came and told Abram the Hebrew. 2 Now Abram was living by the oaks 3 of Mamre the Amorite, the brother 4 of Eshcol and Aner. (All these were allied by treaty 5 with Abram.) 6
I will take nothing 1 except compensation for what the young men have eaten. 2 As for the share of the men who went with me – Aner, Eshcol, and Mamre – let them take their share.”
Only on this one condition will these men consent to live with us and become one people: They demand 1 that every male among us be circumcised just as they are circumcised.
Joseph said to his father, “They are the 1 sons God has given me in this place.” His father 2 said, “Bring them to me so I may bless them.” 3
1 In those days, 2 when 3 Moses had grown up, he went out to his people 4 and observed 5 their hard labor, and he saw an Egyptian man attacking 6 a Hebrew man, one of his own people. 7
“You must no longer 1 give straw to the people for making bricks 2 as before. 3 Let them go 4 and collect straw for themselves.
They were the men who were speaking to Pharaoh king of Egypt, in order to bring the Israelites out of Egypt. It was the same Moses and Aaron.
Then they came to Marah, 1 but they were not able to drink 2 the waters of Marah, because 3 they were bitter. 4 (That is 5 why its name was 6 Marah.)
They judged the people under normal circumstances; the difficult cases they would bring 1 to Moses, but every small case they would judge themselves.
The artisans 1 are to use 2 the gold, blue, purple, scarlet, and fine linen.
They are to eat those things by which atonement was made 1 to consecrate and to set them apart, but no one else 2 may eat them, for they are holy.
Moses turned and went down from the mountain with 1 the two tablets of the testimony in his hands. The tablets were written on both sides – they were written on the front and on the back.
So all the skilled people who were doing all the work on the sanctuary came from the work 1 they were doing
The bases for the posts were bronze. The hooks of the posts and their bands were silver, their tops were overlaid with silver, and all the posts of the courtyard had silver bands. 1