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When Moses extended 1 his staff toward the sky, the Lord 2 sent thunder 3 and hail, and fire fell to the earth; 4 so the Lord caused hail to rain down on the land of Egypt.
The Lord said to Moses, “Extend your hand over the land of Egypt for 1 the locusts, that they may come up over the land of Egypt and eat everything that grows 2 in the ground, everything that the hail has left.”
So Moses extended his staff over the land of Egypt, and then the Lord 1 brought 2 an east wind on the land all that day and all night. 3 The morning came, 4 and the east wind had brought up 5 the locusts!
Moses stretched out his hand toward the sea, and the Lord drove the sea apart 1 by a strong east wind all that night, and he made the sea into dry land, and the water was divided.
So Moses extended his hand toward the sea, and the sea returned to its normal state 1 when the sun began to rise. 2 Now the Egyptians were fleeing 3 before it, but the Lord overthrew 4 the Egyptians in the middle of the sea.
1 Moses took 2 the tent 3 and pitched it outside the camp, at a good distance 4 from the camp, and he called it the tent of meeting. Anyone 5 seeking 6 the Lord would go out to the tent of meeting that was outside the camp.
Please let us pass through 1 your country. We will not pass through the fields or through the vineyards, nor will we drink water from any well. We will go by the King’s Highway; 2 we will not turn to the right or the left until we have passed through your region.’” 3
Or has God 1 ever before tried to deliver 2 a nation from the middle of another nation, accompanied by judgments, 3 signs, wonders, war, strength, power, 4 and other very terrifying things like the Lord your God did for you in Egypt before your very eyes?
Recall that you were slaves in the land of Egypt and that the Lord your God brought you out of there by strength and power. 1 That is why the Lord your God has commanded you to observe 2 the Sabbath day.
the great judgments 1 you saw, the signs and wonders, the strength and power 2 by which he 3 brought you out – thus the Lord your God will do to all the people you fear.
Bear in mind today that I am not speaking 1 to your children who have not personally experienced the judgments 2 of the Lord your God, which revealed 3 his greatness, strength, and power. 4
His mother’s relatives 1 spoke on his behalf to 2 all the leaders of Shechem and reported his proposal. 3 The leaders were drawn to Abimelech; 4 they said, “He is our close relative.” 5
Samson said, “Let me die with the Philistines!” He pushed hard 1 and the temple collapsed on the rulers and all the people in it. He killed many more people in his death than he had killed during his life. 2
Abner said to him, “Turn aside to your right or to your left. Capture one of the soldiers 1 and take his equipment for yourself!” But Asahel was not willing to turn aside from following him.
When Abner returned to Hebron, Joab took him aside at the gate as if to speak privately with him. Joab then stabbed him 1 in the abdomen and killed him, avenging the shed blood of his brother Asahel. 2
They brought the ark of the Lord and put it in its place 1 in the middle of the tent that David had pitched for it. Then David offered burnt sacrifices and peace offerings before the Lord.
Rizpah the daughter of Aiah took sackcloth and spread it out for herself on a rock. From the beginning of the harvest until the rain fell on them, 1 she did not allow the birds of the air to feed 2 on them by day, nor the wild animals 3 by night.
They came from nations about which the Lord had warned the Israelites, “You must not establish friendly relations with them! 1 If you do, they will surely shift your allegiance to their gods.” 2 But Solomon was irresistibly attracted to them. 3
When Solomon became old, his wives shifted his allegiance to 1 other gods; he was not wholeheartedly devoted to the Lord his God, as his father David had been. 2
Instead you must worship the Lord, who brought you up from the land of Egypt by his great power and military ability; 1 bow down to him and offer sacrifices to him.