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(1.00)Jdg 14:7

Samson continued on down to Timnah and spoke to the girl. In his opinion, she was just the right one.

(1.00)Pro 3:6

Acknowledge him in all your ways, and he will make your paths straight.

(1.00)Pro 4:25

Let your eyes look directly in front of you and let your gaze look straight before you.

(1.00)Pro 9:15

calling out to those who are passing by her in the way, who go straight on their way.

(0.87)2Sa 17:4

This seemed like a good idea to Absalom and to all the leaders of Israel.

(0.87)2Ch 30:4

The proposal seemed appropriate to the king and the entire assembly.

(0.87)Job 37:3

Under the whole heaven he lets it go, even his lightning to the far corners of the earth.

(0.87)Pro 11:5

The righteousness of the blameless will make straight their way, but the wicked person will fall by his own wickedness.

(0.87)Pro 15:21

Folly is a joy to one who lacks sense, but one who has understanding follows an upright course.

(0.75)1Sa 18:20

Now Michal, Saul’s daughter, loved David. When they told Saul about this, it pleased him.

(0.75)1Ki 6:35

He carved cherubs, palm trees, and flowers in bloom and plated them with gold, leveled out over the carvings.

(0.75)1Ch 13:4

The whole assembly agreed to do this, for the proposal seemed right to all the people.

(0.75)Psa 5:8

Lord, lead me in your righteousness because of those who wait to ambush me, remove the obstacles in the way in which you are guiding me!

(0.75)Psa 119:128

For this reason I carefully follow all your precepts. I hate all deceitful actions.

(0.75)Isa 40:3

A voice cries out, “In the wilderness clear a way for the Lord; construct in the desert a road for our God.

(0.75)Isa 45:2

“I will go before you and level mountains. Bronze doors I will shatter and iron bars I will hack through.

(0.75)Hab 2:4

Look, the one whose desires are not upright will faint from exhaustion, but the person of integrity will live because of his faithfulness.

(0.62)1Sa 18:26

So his servants told David these things and David agreed to become the king’s son-in-law. Now the specified time had not yet expired

(0.62)1Ki 9:12

When Hiram went out from Tyre to inspect the cities Solomon had given him, he was not pleased with them.

(0.62)2Ch 32:30

Hezekiah dammed up the source of the waters of the Upper Gihon and directed them down to the west side of the City of David. Hezekiah succeeded in all that he did.