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When they are scorched, 1 they dry up, when it is hot, they vanish 2 from their place.
For this is what the Lord has told me: “I will wait 1 and watch from my place, like scorching heat produced by the sunlight, 2 like a cloud of mist 3 in the heat 4 of harvest.” 5
The drought as well as the heat carry away the melted snow; 1 so the grave 2 takes away those who have sinned. 3
The Lord appeared to Abraham 1 by the oaks 2 of Mamre while 3 he was sitting at the entrance 4 to his tent during the hottest time of the day.
“While the earth continues to exist, 1 planting time 2 and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, and day and night will not cease.”
Now the sons of Rimmon the Beerothite – Recab and Baanah – went at the hottest part of the day to the home of Ish-bosheth, as he was enjoying his midday rest.
When their appetites are all stirred up, 1 I will set out a banquet for them. I will make them drunk so that they will pass out, 2 they will fall asleep forever, they will never wake up,” 3 says the Lord. 4
They said to the messengers who had come, “Here’s what you should say to the men of Jabesh Gilead: ‘Tomorrow deliverance will come to you when the sun is fully up.’” When the messengers went and told the men of Jabesh Gilead, they were happy.
The next day Saul placed the people in three groups. They went to the Ammonite camp during the morning watch and struck them 1 down until the hottest part of the day. The survivors scattered; no two of them remained together.
So the priest gave him holy bread, for there was no bread there other than the bread of the Presence. It had been removed from before the Lord in order to replace it with hot bread on the day it had been taken away.
I 1 said to them, “The gates of Jerusalem must not be opened in the early morning, 2 until those who are standing guard close the doors and lock them. 3 Position residents of Jerusalem as guards, some at their guard stations and some near their homes.”
They will be like a tree planted near a stream whose roots spread out toward the water. It has nothing to fear when the heat comes. Its leaves are always green. It has no need to be concerned in a year of drought. It does not stop bearing fruit.
You have planted much, but have harvested little. You eat, but are never filled. You drink, but are still thirsty. You put on clothes, but are not warm. Those who earn wages end up with holes in their money bags.’” 1