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When Saul and his servant 1 arrived at Gibeah, a company of prophets was coming out to meet him. Then the spirit of God rushed upon Saul 2 and he prophesied among them.
All the prophets were prophesying the same, saying, “Attack Ramoth Gilead! You will succeed; the Lord will hand it over to the king.”
“Now, my son, may the Lord be with you! May you succeed and build a temple for the Lord your God, just as he announced you would. 1
Solomon sat on the Lord’s throne as king in place of his father David; he was successful and all Israel was loyal to him. 1
All the prophets were prophesying the same, saying, “Attack Ramoth Gilead! You will succeed; the Lord will hand it over to the king!”
He followed 1 God during the lifetime of 2 Zechariah, who taught him how to honor God. As long as he followed 3 the Lord, God caused him to succeed. 4
He wholeheartedly and successfully reinstituted service in God’s temple and obedience to the law, in order to follow his God. 1
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. 1 Hezekiah succeeded in all that he did.
He is like 1 a tree planted by flowing streams; 2 it 3 yields 4 its fruit at the proper time, 5 and its leaves never fall off. 6 He succeeds in everything he attempts. 7
Though the Lord desired to crush him and make him ill, once restitution is made, 1 he will see descendants and enjoy long life, 2 and the Lord’s purpose will be accomplished through him.
Moreover, you will come away from Egypt with your hands covering your faces in sorrow and shame 1 because the Lord will not allow your reliance on them to be successful and you will not gain any help from them. 2
That is how 1 they have grown fat and sleek. 2 There is no limit to the evil things they do. 3 They do not plead the cause of the fatherless in such a way as to win it. They do not defend the rights of the poor.
Lord, you have always been fair whenever I have complained to you. 1 However, I would like to speak with you about the disposition of justice. 2 Why are wicked people successful? 3 Why do all dishonest people have such easy lives?
So I went to Perath and dug up 1 the shorts from the place where I had buried them. I found 2 that they were ruined; they were good for nothing.
Zedekiah will be carried off to Babylon and will remain there until I have fully dealt with him. 1 I, the Lord, affirm it! 2 Even if you 3 continue to fight against the Babylonians, 4 you cannot win.’”
No! 1 It is thrown in the fire for fuel; when the fire has burned up both ends of it and it is charred in the middle, will it be useful for anything?
You were adorned with gold and silver, while your clothing was of fine linen, silk, and embroidery. You ate the finest flour, honey, and olive oil. You became extremely beautiful and attained the position of royalty.
Consider! It is planted, but will it prosper? Will it not wither completely when the east wind blows on it? Will it not wither in the soil where it sprouted?’”
But this one from Israel’s royal family 1 rebelled against the king of Babylon 2 by sending his emissaries to Egypt to obtain horses and a large army. Will he prosper? Will the one doing these things escape? Can he break the covenant and escape?
By his treachery 1 he will succeed through deceit. 2 He will have an arrogant attitude, 3 and he will destroy many who are unaware of his schemes. 4 He will rise up against the Prince of princes, yet he will be broken apart – but not by human agency. 5