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(0.49)2Sa 20:20

Joab answered, “Get serious! 1  I don’t want to swallow up or destroy anything!

(0.49)1Ki 20:18

He ordered, “Whether they come in peace or to do battle, take them alive.” 1 

(0.49)2Ki 5:16

But Elisha 1  replied, “As certainly as the Lord lives (whom I serve), 2  I will take nothing from you.” Naaman 3  insisted that he take it, but he refused.

(0.49)2Ki 9:35

But when they went to bury her, they found nothing left but 1  the skull, feet, and palms of the hands.

(0.49)2Ki 17:39

Instead you must worship the Lord your God; then he will rescue you from the power of all your enemies.”

(0.49)2Ki 23:23

But in the eighteenth year of King Josiah’s reign, such a Passover of the Lord was observed in Jerusalem.

(0.49)1Ch 2:26

Jerahmeel had another wife named Atarah; she was Onam’s mother.

(0.49)1Ch 2:34

Sheshan had no sons, only daughters. Sheshan had an Egyptian servant named Jarha.

(0.49)1Ch 28:7

I will establish his kingdom permanently, if he remains committed to obeying my commands and regulations, as you are doing this day.’ 1 

(0.49)Job 6:5

“Does the wild donkey 1  bray 2  when it is near grass? 3  Or 4  does the ox low near its fodder? 5 

(0.49)Job 6:6

Can food that is tasteless 1  be eaten without salt? Or is there any taste in the white 2  of an egg?

(0.49)Job 7:4

If I lie down, I say, 1  ‘When will I arise?’, and the night stretches on 2  and I toss and turn restlessly 3  until the day dawns.

(0.49)Job 8:6

if you become 1  pure 2  and upright, 3  even now he will rouse himself 4  for you, and will restore 5  your righteous abode. 6 

(0.49)Job 9:3

If someone wishes 1  to contend 2  with him, he cannot answer 3  him one time in a thousand.

(0.49)Job 9:24

If a land 1  has been given into the hand of a wicked man, 2  he covers 3  the faces of its judges; 4  if it is not he, then who is it? 5 

(0.49)Job 10:15

If I am guilty, 1  woe 2  to me, and if I am innocent, I cannot lift my head; 3  I am full of shame, 4  and satiated with my affliction. 5 

(0.49)Job 13:9

Would it turn out well if he would examine 1  you? Or as one deceives 2  a man would you deceive him?

(0.49)Job 14:5

Since man’s days 1  are determined, 2  the number of his months is under your control; 3  you have set his limit 4  and he cannot pass it.

(0.49)Job 14:7

“But there is hope for 1  a tree: 2  If it is cut down, it will sprout again, and its new shoots will not fail.

(0.49)Job 14:14

If a man dies, will he live again? 1  All the days of my hard service 2  I will wait 3  until my release comes. 4 



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