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So the people came to Bethel 1 and sat there before God until evening, weeping loudly and uncontrollably. 2
While the battle raged throughout the day, the king stood propped up in his chariot opposite the Syrians. He died in the evening as the sun was setting.
Everyone who held the words of the God of Israel in awe 1 gathered around me because of the unfaithful acts of the people of the exile. 2 Devastated, I continued to sit there until the evening offering.
At the time of the evening offering I got up from my self-abasement, 1 with my tunic and robe torn, and then dropped to my knees and spread my hands to the Lord my God.
Destructive forces will come against her horses and her 1 chariots. Destructive forces will come against all the foreign troops within her; 2 they will be as frightened as women! 3 Destructive forces will come against her treasures; they will be taken away as plunder!
The vision of the evenings and mornings that was told to you is correct. 1 But you should seal up the vision, for it refers to a time many days from now.”
Moses said, “I am going to go out 1 from you and pray to the Lord, and the swarms of flies will go away from Pharaoh, from his servants, and from his people tomorrow. Only do not let Pharaoh deal falsely again 2 by not releasing 3 the people to sacrifice to the Lord.”
Also, anything they fall on 1 when they die will become unclean – any wood vessel or garment or article of leather or sackcloth. Any such vessel with which work is done must be immersed in water 2 and will be unclean until the evening. Then it will become clean.
He must burn the garment or the warp or the woof, whether wool or linen, or any article of leather which has the infection in it. Because it is a malignant disease it must be burned up in the fire.
But if the priest has examined it and 1 the infection has faded after it has been washed, he is to tear it out of 2 the garment or the leather or the warp or the woof.
This is the law 1 of the diseased infection in the garment of wool or linen, or the warp or woof, or any article of leather, for pronouncing it clean or unclean. 2
Joshua tore his clothes; 1 he and the leaders 2 of Israel lay face down on the ground before the ark of the Lord until evening 3 and threw dirt on their heads. 4
The Israelites went up and wept before the Lord until evening. They asked the Lord, “Should we 1 again march out to fight 2 the Benjaminites, our brothers?” 3 The Lord said, “Attack them!” 4
So all the Israelites, the whole army, 1 went up to 2 Bethel. 3 They wept and sat there before the Lord; they did not eat anything 4 that day until evening. They offered up burnt sacrifices and tokens of peace 5 to the Lord.
Now the men of Israel were hard pressed that day, for Saul had made the army agree to this oath: “Cursed be the man who eats food before evening! I will get my vengeance on my enemies!” So no one in the army ate anything.
David said to Jonathan, “Tomorrow is the new moon, and I am certainly expected to join the king for a meal. 1 You must send me away so I can hide in the field until the third evening from now.
But David struck them down from twilight until the following evening. None of them escaped, with the exception of four hundred young men who got away on camels. 1
They lamented and wept and fasted until evening because Saul, his son Jonathan, the Lord’s people, and the house of Israel had fallen by the sword.
One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of his palace. 1 From the roof he saw a woman bathing. Now this woman was very attractive. 2
the foreigners living in Egypt; 1 all the kings of the land of Uz; 2 all the kings of the land of the Philistines, 3 the people of Ashkelon, Gaza, Ekron, the people who had been left alive from Ashdod; 4