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I said, “Listen, you leaders 1 of Jacob, you rulers of the nation 2 of Israel! You ought to know what is just, 3
Lord, you have been active from ancient times; 1 my sovereign God, 2 you are immortal. 3 Lord, you have made them 4 your instrument of judgment. 5 Protector, 6 you have appointed them as your instrument of punishment. 7
Be sure of this! The Lord who commands armies has decreed: The nations’ efforts will go up in smoke; their exhausting work will be for nothing. 1
The Lord 1 said to Satan, “May the Lord rebuke you, Satan! May the Lord, who has chosen Jerusalem, 2 rebuke you! Isn’t this man like a burning stick snatched from the fire?”
He replied, “Don’t you know what these are?” So I responded, “No, sir.”
Should you not have obeyed the words that the Lord cried out through the former prophets when Jerusalem 1 was peacefully inhabited and her surrounding cities, the Negev, and the Shephelah 2 were also populated?
“I have shown love to you,” says the Lord, but you say, “How have you shown love to us?” “Esau was Jacob’s brother,” the Lord explains, “yet I chose Jacob
For how will it be known then that I have found favor in your sight, I and your people? Is it not by your going with us, so that we will be distinguished, I and your people, from all the people who are on the face of the earth?” 1
The donkey said to Balaam, “Am not I your donkey that you have ridden ever since I was yours until this day? Have I ever attempted 1 to treat you this way?” 2 And he said, “No.”
When Achan son of Zerah disobeyed the command about the city’s riches, the entire Israelite community was judged, 1 though only one man had sinned. He most certainly died for his sin!’” 2
So Boaz said to Ruth, “Listen carefully, 1 my dear! 2 Do not leave to gather grain in another field. You need not 3 go beyond the limits of this field. You may go along beside 4 my female workers. 5
Take note of 1 the field where the men 2 are harvesting and follow behind with the female workers. 3 I will tell the men 4 to leave you alone. 5 When you are thirsty, you may go to 6 the water jars 7 and drink some of the water 8 the servants draw.” 9
Finally her husband Elkanah said to her, “Hannah, why do you weep and not eat? Why are you so sad? 1 Am I not better to you than ten 2 sons?”
Don’t be concerned 1 about the donkeys that you lost three days ago, for they have been found. Whom does all Israel desire? Is it not you, and all your father’s family?” 2
Saul replied, “Am I not a Benjaminite, from the smallest of Israel’s tribes, and is not my family clan the smallest of all the tribes of Benjamin? Why do you speak to me in this way?”
Is this not the time of the wheat harvest? I will call on the Lord so that he makes it thunder and rain. Realize and see what a great sin you have committed before the Lord by asking for a king for yourselves.”
Goliath 1 stood and called to Israel’s troops, 2 “Why do you come out to prepare for battle? Am I not the Philistine, and are you not the servants of Saul? Choose 3 for yourselves a man so he may come down 4 to me!
Saul became angry with Jonathan 1 and said to him, “You stupid traitor! 2 Don’t I realize that to your own disgrace and to the disgrace of your mother’s nakedness you have chosen this son of Jesse?
David called to the army and to Abner son of Ner, “Won’t you answer, Abner?” Abner replied, “Who are you, that you have called to the king?”
David said to Abner, “Aren’t you a man? After all, who is like you in Israel? Why then haven’t you protected your lord the king? One of the soldiers came to kill your lord the king.