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“You must not follow a crowd 1 in doing evil things; 2 in a lawsuit you must not offer testimony that agrees with a crowd so as to pervert justice, 3
The more years there are, 1 the more you may make its purchase price, and the fewer years there are, 2 the less you must make its purchase price, because he is only selling to you a number of years of 3 produce.
and see 1 what the land is like, 2 and whether the people who live in it are strong or weak, few or many,
So the Lord sent poisonous 1 snakes 2 among the people, and they bit the people; many people of Israel died.
And the Moabites were greatly afraid of the people, because they were so numerous. The Moabites were sick with fear because of the Israelites.
But your wives, children, and livestock (of which I know you have many) may remain in the cities I have given you.
And this is the blessing 1 to Judah. He said, Listen, O Lord, to Judah’s voice, and bring him to his people. May his power be great, and may you help him against his foes.
Simeon’s assigned land was taken from Judah’s allotted portion, for Judah’s territory was too large for them; so Simeon was assigned land within Judah. 1
Are you really better than Balak son of Zippor, king of Moab? Did he dare to quarrel with Israel? Did he dare to fight with them? 1
In the meantime Absalom fled. When the servant who was the watchman looked up, he saw many people coming from the west 1 on a road beside the hill.
Your servant stands 1 among your chosen people; 2 they are a great nation that is too numerous to count or number.
The Lord’s angelic messenger came back again, touched him, and said, “Get up and eat, for otherwise you won’t be able to make the journey.” 1
The chief adviser then stood there and called out loudly in the Judahite dialect, 1 “Listen to the message of the great king, the king of Assyria.
When the chief adviser heard the king of Assyria had departed from Lachish, he left and went to Libnah, where the king was campaigning. 1
The captain of the royal guard took the golden and silver censers 1 and basins.
The captain of the royal guard took Seraiah the chief priest and Zephaniah, the priest who was second in rank, and the three doorkeepers.
Now, Lord God, may your promise 1 to my father David be realized, 2 for you have made me king over a great nation as numerous as the dust of the earth.
Messengers 1 arrived and reported to Jehoshaphat, “A huge army is attacking you from the other side of the Dead Sea, 2 from the direction of Edom. 3 Look, they are in Hazezon Tamar (that is, En Gedi).”
The Israelites seized from their brothers 200,000 wives, sons, and daughters. They also carried off a huge amount of plunder and took it 1 back to Samaria. 2
A huge crowd assembled in Jerusalem to observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread in the second month. 1