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Like a coating of glaze 1 over earthenware are fervent 2 lips with an evil heart. 3
Your lips are like a scarlet thread; 1 your mouth is lovely. Your forehead 2 behind your veil is like a slice of pomegranate.
Your lips drip sweetness like the honeycomb, my bride, honey and milk are under your tongue. The fragrance of your garments is like the fragrance of Lebanon.
His cheeks are like garden beds full of balsam trees 1 yielding 2 perfume. His lips are like lilies dripping with drops of myrrh.
May your mouth 1 be like the best wine, flowing smoothly for my beloved, gliding gently over our lips as we sleep together. 2
For with mocking lips and a foreign tongue he will speak to these people. 1
I am the one who gives them reason to celebrate. 1 Complete prosperity 2 is available both to those who are far away and those who are nearby,” says the Lord, “and I will heal them.
For your hands are stained with blood and your fingers with sin; your lips speak lies, your tongue utters malicious words.
He said to me, “Son of man, have you seen this?” Then he led me back to the bank of the river.
When I had returned, I noticed 1 a vast number of trees on the banks of the river, on both sides.
He also made the big bronze basin called “The Sea.” 1 It measured 15 feet 2 from rim to rim, was circular in shape, and stood seven and one-half feet 3 high. Its circumference was 45 feet. 4
I said, “Too bad for me! I am destroyed, 1 for my lips are contaminated by sin, 2 and I live among people whose lips are contaminated by sin. 3 My eyes have seen the king, the Lord who commands armies.” 4
Then seven bad-looking, thin cows were coming up after them from the Nile, 1 and they stood beside the other cows at the edge of the river. 2
But Moses replied to 1 the Lord, “If the Israelites did not listen to me, then 2 how will Pharaoh listen to me, since 3 I speak with difficulty?” 4
Go to Pharaoh in the morning when 1 he goes out to the water. Position yourself 2 to meet him by the edge of the Nile, 3 and take 4 in your hand the staff 5 that was turned into a snake.
So the Lord saved 1 Israel on that day from the power 2 of the Egyptians, and Israel saw the Egyptians dead 3 on the shore of the sea.
You are to make two rings of gold and put them on the other 1 two ends of the breastpiece, on its edge that is on the inner side of the ephod.
There is to be an opening 1 in its top 2 in the center of it, with an edge all around the opening, the work of a weaver, 3 like the opening of a collar, 4 so that it cannot be torn. 5
They made two rings of gold and put them on the other 1 two ends of the breastpiece on its edge, which is on the inner side of the ephod. 2
“And if she marries a husband while under a vow, 1 or she uttered 2 anything impulsively by which she has pledged herself,