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Finally 1 the Lord rejected Israel 2 just as he had warned he would do 3 through all his servants the prophets. Israel was deported from its land to Assyria and remains there to this very day.
The sons of Amram: Aaron and Moses. Aaron and his descendants were chosen on a permanent basis to consecrate the most holy items, to offer sacrifices before the Lord, to serve him, and to praise his name. 1
In Jerusalem he made war machines carefully designed to shoot arrows and large stones from the towers and corners of the walls. He became very famous, for he received tremendous support and became powerful. 1
Therefore do not give your daughters in marriage to their sons, and do not take their daughters in marriage for your sons. Do not ever seek their peace or welfare, so that you may be strong and may eat the good of the land and may leave it as an inheritance for your children 1 forever.’
Let our leaders take steps 1 on behalf of all the assembly. Let all those in our towns who have married foreign women come at an appointed time, and with them the elders of each town and its judges, until the hot anger of our God is turned away from us in this matter.”
Scarcely 1 had I passed them by when I found my beloved! I held onto him 2 tightly and would not let him go 3 until I brought him to my mother’s house, 4 to the bedroom chamber 5 of the one who conceived me.
The Lord also spoke to him when Jehoiakim son of Josiah ruled over Judah, and he continued to speak to him until the fifth month of the eleventh year 1 that Zedekiah son of Josiah ruled over Judah. That was when the people of Jerusalem 2 were taken into exile. 3
The whole valley where dead bodies and sacrificial ashes are thrown 1 and all the terraced fields 2 out to the Kidron Valley 3 on the east as far north 4 as the Horse Gate 5 will be included within this city that is sacred to the Lord. 6 The city will never again be torn down or destroyed.”
From the base of the ground to the lower edge is 3½ feet, 1 and the width 1¾ feet; 2 and from the smaller ledge to the larger edge, 7 feet, 3 and the width 1¾ feet;
“Next to the border of Judah from the east side to the west will be the allotment you must set apart. It is to be eight and a quarter miles 1 wide, and the same length as one of the tribal portions, from the east side to the west; the sanctuary will be in the middle of it.
I will remove 1 the chariot from Ephraim and the warhorse from Jerusalem, and the battle bow will be removed. Then he will announce peace to the nations. His dominion will be from sea to sea and from the Euphrates River 2 to the ends of the earth.
By the sweat of your brow 1 you will eat food until you return to the ground, 2 for out of it you were taken; for you are dust, and to dust you will return.” 3
The waters kept on receding 1 until the tenth month. On the first day of the tenth month, the tops of the mountains became visible. 2
“While the earth continues to exist, 1 planting time 2 and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, and day and night will not cease.”
And he journeyed from place to place 1 from the Negev as far as Bethel. 2 He returned 3 to the place where he had pitched his tent 4 at the beginning, between Bethel and Ai.
When Abram heard that his nephew 1 had been taken captive, he mobilized 2 his 318 trained men who had been born in his household, and he pursued the invaders 3 as far as Dan. 4
Then the two visitors 1 said to Lot, “Who else do you have here? 2 Do you have 3 any sons-in-law, sons, daughters, or other relatives in the city? 4 Get them out of this 5 place
Run there quickly, 1 for I cannot do anything until you arrive there.” (This incident explains why the town was called Zoar.) 2
The younger daughter also gave birth to a son and named him Ben-Ammi. 1 He is the ancestor of the Ammonites of today.
So he 1 said to his servants, “You two stay 2 here with the donkey while 3 the boy and I go up there. We will worship 4 and then return to you.” 5