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I will set up within my temple and my walls a monument 1 that will be better than sons and daughters. I will set up a permanent monument 2 for them that will remain.
Behind the door and doorpost you put your symbols. 1 Indeed, 2 you depart from me 3 and go up and invite them into bed with you. 4 You purchase favors from them, 5 you love their bed, and gaze longingly 6 on their genitals. 7
When you see this, you will be happy, 1 and you will be revived. 2 The Lord will reveal his power to his servants and his anger to his enemies. 3
However, Ahikam son of Shaphan 1 used his influence to keep Jeremiah from being handed over and executed by the people. 2
But even the swiftest cannot get away. Even the strongest cannot escape. 1 There in the north by the Euphrates River they stumble and fall in defeat. 2
The hand 1 of the Lord rested on me there, and he said to me, “Get up, go out to the valley, 2 and I will speak with you there.”
For this is what the sovereign Lord says: Because you clapped your hands, stamped your feet, and rejoiced with intense scorn 1 over the land of Israel,
The hand 1 of the Lord was on me, and he brought me out by the Spirit of the Lord and placed 2 me in the midst of the valley, and it was full of bones.
He rescues and delivers and performs signs and wonders in the heavens and on the earth. He has rescued Daniel from the power 1 of the lions!”
By his treachery 1 he will succeed through deceit. 2 He will have an arrogant attitude, 3 and he will destroy many who are unaware of his schemes. 4 He will rise up against the Prince of princes, yet he will be broken apart – but not by human agency. 5
On the twenty-fourth day of the first month 1 I was beside the great river, the Tigris. 2
Then Pharaoh took his signet ring from his own hand and put it on Joseph’s. He clothed him with fine linen 1 clothes and put a gold chain around his neck.
Then the daughter of Pharaoh 1 came down to wash herself 2 by the Nile, while her attendants were walking alongside the river, 3 and she saw the basket among the reeds. She sent one of her attendants, 4 took it, 5
Moses said to the people, “Remember 1 this day on which you came out from Egypt, from the place where you were enslaved, 2 for the Lord brought you out of there 3 with a mighty hand – and no bread made with yeast may be eaten. 4
No hand will touch him 1 – but he will surely be stoned or shot through, whether a beast or a human being; 2 he must not live.’ When the ram’s horn sounds a long blast they may 3 go up on the mountain.”
“When a person sins and commits a trespass 1 against the Lord by deceiving his fellow citizen 2 in regard to something held in trust, or a pledge, or something stolen, or by extorting something from his fellow citizen, 3
Anyone who leaves your house will be responsible for his own death – we are innocent in that case! 1 But if anyone with you in the house is harmed, we will be responsible. 2
When the Israelites cried out for help to the Lord, he 1 raised up a deliverer for them. His name was Ehud son of Gera the Benjaminite, a left-handed man. 2 The Israelites sent him to King Eglon of Moab with their tribute payment. 3
The Midianites 1 overwhelmed Israel. 2 Because of Midian the Israelites made shelters 3 for themselves in the hills, as well as caves and strongholds.
surely you would not want to wait until they were old enough to marry! 1 Surely you would not remain unmarried all that time! 2 No, 3 my daughters, you must not return with me. 4 For my intense suffering 5 is too much for you to bear. 6 For the Lord is afflicting me!” 7