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It will be for a sign on your hand and for frontlets 1 on your forehead, for with a mighty hand the Lord brought us out of Egypt.” 2
Jethro said, “Blessed 1 be the Lord who has delivered you from the hand of Egypt, and from the hand of Pharaoh, who has delivered the people from the Egyptians’ control! 2
and wrap the sashes around Aaron and his sons 1 and put headbands on them, and so the ministry of priesthood will belong to them by a perpetual ordinance. Thus you are to consecrate 2 Aaron and his sons.
“‘If a resident foreigner who is with you prospers 1 and your brother becomes impoverished with regard to him so that 2 he sells himself to a resident foreigner who is with you or to a member 3 of a foreigner’s family,
If he is too poor to pay the conversion value, he must stand the person before the priest and the priest will establish his conversion value; 1 according to what the man who made the vow can afford, 2 the priest will establish his conversion value.
The Amalekites live in the land of the Negev; the Hittites, Jebusites, and Amorites live in the hill country; and the Canaanites live by the sea and along the banks 1 of the Jordan.” 2
If he strikes him by throwing a stone large enough that he could die, and he dies, he is a murderer. The murderer must surely be put to death.
Or if he strikes him with a wooden hand weapon so that he could die, and he dies, he is a murderer. The murderer must surely be put to death.
However, you did not approach the land of the Ammonites, the Wadi Jabbok, 1 the cities of the hill country, or any place else forbidden by the Lord our God.
The witnesses 1 must be first to begin the execution, and then all the people 2 are to join in afterward. In this way you will purge evil from among you.
You must not show pity; the principle will be a life for a life, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hand for a hand, and a foot for a foot. 1
The Lord will judge his people, and will change his plans concerning 1 his servants; when he sees that their power has disappeared, and that no one is left, whether confined or set free.
He has done this so 1 all the nations 2 of the earth might recognize the Lord’s power 3 and so you might always obey 4 the Lord your God.”
The Amorites managed 1 to remain in Har Heres, 2 Aijalon, and Shaalbim. Whenever the tribe of Joseph was strong militarily, 3 the Amorites were forced to do hard labor.
Whenever they went out to fight, 1 the Lord did them harm, 2 just as he had warned and solemnly vowed he would do. 3 They suffered greatly. 4
Ehud reached with his left hand, pulled the sword from his right thigh, and drove it into Eglon’s 1 belly.
Israel’s power continued to overwhelm 1 King Jabin of Canaan until they did away with 2 him. 3
Now this man Micah owned a shrine. 1 He made an ephod 2 and some personal idols and hired one of his sons to serve as a priest. 3
Among this army 1 were seven hundred specially-trained left-handed soldiers. 2 Each one could sling a stone and hit even the smallest target. 3
The Lord attacked 1 the residents of Ashdod severely, bringing devastation on them. He struck the people of 2 both Ashdod and the surrounding area with sores. 3