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All these were the descendants of Obed-Edom. They and their sons and relatives were respected men, capable of doing their responsibilities. There were sixty-two of them related to Obed-Edom.
For the music director; written by the Lord’s servant, David; an oracle. 2 An evil man is rebellious to the core. 3 He does not fear God, 4
This happened because of the wickedness the people living there did. 1 They made me angry 2 by worshiping and offering sacrifice to 3 other gods whom neither they nor you nor your ancestors 4 previously knew. 5
Now 1 no shrub of the field had yet grown on the earth, and no plant of the field 2 had yet sprouted, for the Lord God had not caused it to rain on the earth, and there was no man to cultivate the ground. 3
Our livestock must 1 also go with us! Not a hoof is to be left behind! For we must take 2 these animals 3 to serve the Lord our God. Until we arrive there, we do not know what we must use to serve the Lord.” 4
I have given the Levites as a gift to Aaron and his sons from among the Israelites, to do the work for the Israelites in the tent of meeting, and to make atonement for the Israelites, so there will be no plague among the Israelites when the Israelites come near the sanctuary.” 1
After this, the Levites went in to do their work in the tent of meeting before Aaron and before his sons. As the Lord had commanded Moses concerning the Levites, so they did.
Does it seem too small a thing to you that the God of Israel has separated you from the community of Israel to bring you near to himself, to perform the service of the tabernacle of the Lord, and to stand before the community to minister to them?
but as a reminder to us and you, 1 and to our descendants who follow us, that we will honor the Lord in his very presence 2 with burnt offerings, sacrifices, and tokens of peace. 3 Then in the future your descendants will not be able to say to our descendants, ‘You have no right to worship the Lord.’ 4
Joshua warned 1 the people, “You will not keep worshiping 2 the Lord, for 3 he is a holy God. 4 He is a jealous God who will not forgive 5 your rebellion or your sins.
For the music director; by the Lord’s servant David, who sang 2 to the Lord the words of this song when 3 the Lord rescued him from the power 4 of all his enemies, including Saul. 5 He said: 6 “I love 7 you, Lord, my source of strength! 8
So now the Lord says, the one who formed me from birth 1 to be his servant – he did this 2 to restore Jacob to himself, so that Israel might be gathered to him; and I will be honored 3 in the Lord’s sight, for my God is my source of strength 4 –
This is what the Lord, the protector 1 of Israel, their Holy One, 2 says to the one who is despised 3 and rejected 4 by nations, 5 a servant of rulers: “Kings will see and rise in respect, 6 princes will bow down, because of the faithful Lord, the Holy One of Israel who has chosen you.”
For the Lord God of Israel who rules over all 1 says, “I have put an irresistible yoke of servitude on all these nations 2 so they will serve King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. And they will indeed serve him. I have even given him control over the wild animals.”’” 3
“Go 1 and tell Ebed-Melech the Ethiopian, ‘The Lord God of Israel who rules over all says, “I will carry out against this city what I promised. It will mean disaster and not good fortune for it. 2 When that disaster happens, you will be there to see it. 3
Beware that the heart of no man, woman, clan, or tribe among you turns away from the Lord our God today to pursue and serve the gods of those nations; beware that there is among you no root producing poisonous and bitter fruit. 1
If you have no desire 1 to worship 2 the Lord, choose today whom you will worship, 3 whether it be the gods whom your ancestors 4 worshiped 5 beyond the Euphrates, 6 or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you are living. But I and my family 7 will worship 8 the Lord!”