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I invoke heaven and earth as witnesses against you 1 today that you will surely and swiftly be removed 2 from the very land you are about to cross the Jordan to possess. You will not last long there because you will surely be 3 annihilated.
Then the anger of the Lord will erupt 1 against you and he will close up the sky 2 so that it does not rain. The land will not yield its produce, and you will soon be removed 3 from the good land that the Lord 4 is about to give you.
then his sister-in-law must approach him in view of the elders, remove his sandal from his foot, and spit in his face. 1 She will then respond, “Thus may it be done to any man who does not maintain his brother’s family line!” 2
This is what will happen: Just as the Lord delighted to do good for you and make you numerous, he 1 will take delight in destroying and decimating you. You will be uprooted from the land you are about to possess.
The commander of the Lord’s army answered Joshua, “Remove your sandals from your feet, because the place where you stand is holy.” Joshua did so.
But the Israelites disobeyed the command about the city’s riches. 1 Achan son of Carmi, son of Zabdi, 2 son of Zerah, from the tribe of Judah, stole some of the riches. 3 The Lord was furious with the Israelites. 4
At sunset Joshua ordered his men to take them down from the trees. 1 They threw them into the cave where they had hidden and piled large stones over the mouth of the cave. (They remain to this very day.) 2
If you violate the covenantal laws of the Lord your God which he commanded you to keep, 1 and follow, worship, and bow down to other gods, 2 the Lord will be very angry with you and you will disappear 3 quickly from the good land which he gave to you.”
When Ehud approached him, he was sitting in his well-ventilated 1 upper room all by himself. Ehud said, “I have a message from God 2 for you.” When Eglon rose up from his seat, 3
The Lord routed 1 Sisera, all his chariotry, and all his army with the edge of the sword. 2 Sisera jumped out of 3 his chariot and ran away on foot.
When he arrived in Lehi, the Philistines shouted as they approached him. But the Lord’s spirit empowered 1 him. The ropes around his arms were like flax dissolving in 2 fire, and they 3 melted away from his hands.
When he mentioned the ark of God, Eli 1 fell backward from his chair beside the gate. He broke his neck and died, for he 2 was old and heavy. He had judged Israel for forty years.
David asked the men who were standing near him, “What will be done for the man who strikes down this Philistine and frees Israel from this humiliation? 1 For who is this uncircumcised Philistine, that he defies the armies of the living God?”
David strapped on his sword over his fighting attire and tried to walk around, but he was not used to them. 1 David said to Saul, “I can’t walk in these things, for I’m not used to them.” So David removed them.
if the king becomes angry and asks you, ‘Why did you go so close to the city to fight? Didn’t you realize they would shoot from the wall?
Who struck down Abimelech the son of Jerub-Besheth? Didn’t a woman throw an upper millstone 1 down on him from the wall so that he died in Thebez? Why did you go so close to the wall?’ just say to him, ‘Your servant Uriah the Hittite is also dead.’”
He took the crown of their king 1 from his head – it was gold, weighed about seventy-five pounds, 2 and held a precious stone – and it was placed on David’s head. He also took from the city a great deal of plunder.
All the people throughout all the tribes of Israel were arguing among themselves saying, “The king delivered us from the hand of our enemies. He rescued us from the hand of the Philistines, but now he has fled from the land because of Absalom.
Then the woman went to all the people with her wise advice and they cut off Sheba’s head and threw it out to Joab. Joab 1 blew the trumpet, and his men 2 dispersed from the city, each going to his own home. 3 Joab returned to the king in Jerusalem.
Araunah said, “Why has my lord the king come to his servant?” David replied, “To buy from you the threshing floor so I can build an altar for the Lord, so that the plague may be removed from the people.”