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“But if he strikes him suddenly, without enmity, or throws anything at him unintentionally,
Before his time 1 he will be paid in full, 2 and his branches will not flourish. 3
They have made me jealous 1 with false gods, 2 enraging me with their worthless gods; 3 so I will make them jealous with a people they do not recognize, 4 with a nation slow to learn 5 I will enrage them.
“‘Sure to be judged 1 is the king who builds his palace using injustice and treats people unfairly while adding its upper rooms. 2 He makes his countrymen work for him for nothing. He does not pay them for their labor.
Can the papyrus plant grow tall 1 where there is no marsh? Can reeds flourish 2 without water?
I go about blackened, 1 but not by the sun; in the assembly I stand up and cry for help.
You sold 1 your people for a pittance; 2 you did not ask a high price for them. 3
There is abundant food in the field 1 of the poor, but it is swept away by injustice. 2
Better to have a little with righteousness 1 than to have abundant income without justice. 2
A prayer of David. Lord, consider my just cause! 2 Pay attention to my cry for help! Listen to the prayer I sincerely offer! 3
It is dangerous 1 to have zeal 2 without knowledge, and the one who acts hastily 3 makes poor choices. 4
Do not be excessively wicked and do not be a fool; otherwise 1 you might die before your time.
נ (Nun) They 1 wander blindly 2 through the streets, defiled by the blood they shed, 3 while no one dares 4 to touch their garments.
or with any stone large enough that a man could die, without seeing him, and throws it at him, and he dies, even though he was not his enemy nor sought his harm,
From Zebulun there were 50,000 warriors who were prepared for battle, equipped with all kinds of weapons, and ready to give their undivided loyalty. 1
Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king and he reigned eight years in Jerusalem. No one regretted his death; 1 he was buried in the City of David, 2 but not in the royal tombs.
The Lord asked, 1 “How can I leave you unpunished, Jerusalem? 2 Your people 3 have rejected me and have worshiped gods that are not gods at all. 4 Even though I supplied all their needs, 5 they were like an unfaithful wife to me. 6 They went flocking 7 to the houses of prostitutes. 8
ו (Vav) All of Daughter Zion’s 1 splendor 2 has departed. 3 Her leaders became like deer; they found no pasture, so they were too exhausted to escape 4 from the hunter. 5
The people of the land have practiced extortion and committed robbery. They have wronged the poor and needy; they have oppressed the foreigner who lives among them and denied them justice. 1
“‘When a woman’s discharge of blood flows 1 many days not at the time of her menstruation, or if it flows beyond the time of her menstruation, 2 all the days of her discharge of impurity will be like the days of her menstruation – she is unclean.