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Don’t set foot too frequently 1 in your neighbor’s house, lest he become weary 2 of you and hate you.
Like a bad tooth or a foot out of joint, 1 so is confidence 2 in an unfaithful person at the time of trouble. 3
Like cutting off the feet or drinking violence, 1 so is sending 2 a message by the hand of a fool. 3
He pursues them and passes by unharmed; 1 he advances with great speed. 2
Let a little water be brought so that 1 you may all 2 wash your feet and rest under the tree.
and they saw 1 the God of Israel. Under his feet 2 there was something like a pavement 3 made of sapphire, clear like the sky itself. 4
they must wash 1 their hands and their feet so that they do not die. And this 2 will be a perpetual ordinance for them and for their descendants 3 throughout their generations.” 4
Moses and Aaron and his sons would wash their hands and their feet from it.
But any other winged swarming thing that has four legs is detestable to you.
or a man who has had a broken leg or arm, 1
Sell me food for cash 1 so that I can eat and sell me water to drink. 2 Just allow me to go through on foot,
Your clothing did not wear out nor did your feet swell all these forty years.
Surely he loves the people; 1 all your holy ones 2 are in your power. 3 And they sit 4 at your feet, each receiving 5 your words.
Of Asher he said: Asher is blessed with children, may he be favored by his brothers and may he dip his foot in olive oil. 1
When Adoni-Bezek ran away, they chased him and captured him. Then they cut off his thumbs and big toes.
He watches over 1 his holy ones, 2 but the wicked are made speechless in the darkness, for it is not by one’s own strength that one prevails.
Now let this present 1 that your servant has brought to my lord be given to the servants who follow 2 my lord.
She arose, bowed her face toward the ground, and said, “Your female servant, like a lowly servant, will wash 1 the feet of the servants of my lord.”
“As for you, get up and go home. When you set foot in the city, the boy will die.
She came in, fell at his feet, and bowed down. Then she picked up her son and left.