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But when they went to bury her, they found nothing left but 1 the skull, feet, and palms of the hands.
The combined wingspan of these cherubim was 30 feet. 1 They stood upright, facing inward. 2
For forty years you sustained them. Even in the desert they never lacked anything. Their clothes did not wear out and their feet did not swell.
Far from where people live 1 he sinks a shaft, in places travelers have long forgotten, 2 far from other people he dangles and sways. 3
On my right the young rabble 1 rise up; they drive me from place to place, 2 and build up siege ramps 3 against me. 4
The nations fell 1 into the pit they had made; their feet were caught in the net they had hidden. 2
Yes, 1 wild dogs surround me – a gang of evil men crowd around me; like a lion they pin my hands and feet. 2
I continually look to the Lord for help, 1 for he will free my feet from the enemy’s net. 2
Do not let arrogant men overtake me, or let evil men make me homeless! 1
I have prayed for deliverance, because otherwise they will gloat over me; 1 when my foot slips they will arrogantly taunt me. 2
He lifted me out of the watery pit, 1 out of the slimy mud. 2 He placed my feet on a rock and gave me secure footing. 3
He turned the sea into dry land; 1 they passed through the river on foot. 2 Let us rejoice in him there! 3
so that your feet may stomp 1 in their blood, and your dogs may eat their portion of the enemies’ corpses.” 2
A psalm of David. Here is the Lord’s proclamation 2 to my lord: 3 “Sit down at my right hand 4 until I make your enemies your footstool!” 5
hands, but cannot touch, feet, but cannot walk. They cannot even clear their throats. 1
Yes, 1 Lord, 2 you rescued my life from death, and kept my feet from stumbling.
It is dangerous 1 to have zeal 2 without knowledge, and the one who acts hastily 3 makes poor choices. 4
The Beloved to Her Lover: “I have already taken off my robe – must I put it on again? I have already washed my feet – must I soil them again?”
Is this really your boisterous city 1 whose origins are in the distant past, 2 and whose feet led her to a distant land to reside?
you will be blessed, you who plant seed by all the banks of the streams, 1 you who let your ox and donkey graze. 2