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“‘You 1 must not deal unjustly in judgment: 2 you must neither show partiality to the poor nor honor the rich. 3 You must judge your fellow citizen fairly. 4
In fact, what other great nation has a god so near to them like the Lord our God whenever we call on him?
And what other great nation has statutes and ordinances as just 1 as this whole law 2 that I am about to share with 3 you today?
They include the Anakites, 1 a numerous 2 and tall people whom you know about and of whom it is said, “Who is able to resist the Anakites?”
So the Lord has uprooted them from their land in anger, wrath, and great rage and has deported them to another land, as is clear today.”
So Delilah said to Samson, “Tell me what makes you so strong and how you can be subdued and humiliated.” 1
The rulers of the Philistines gathered to offer a great sacrifice to Dagon their god and to celebrate. They said, “Our god has handed Samson, our enemy, over to us.”
So the people came to Bethel 1 and sat there before God until evening, weeping loudly and uncontrollably. 2
There was a man in Maon whose business was in Carmel. This man was very wealthy; 1 he owned three thousand sheep and a thousand goats. At that time he was shearing his sheep in Carmel.
When the woman saw Samuel, she cried out loudly. 1 The woman said to Saul, “Why have you deceived me? You are Saul!”
They took captive the women who were in it, from the youngest to the oldest, but they did not kill anyone. They simply carried them off and went on their way.
I was with you wherever you went, and I defeated 1 all your enemies before you. Now I will make you as famous as the great men of the earth. 2
Just as he finished speaking, the king’s sons arrived, wailing and weeping. 1 The king and all his servants wept loudly 2 as well.
The king covered his face and cried out loudly, 1 “My son, Absalom! Absalom, my son, my son!”
But Barzillai was very old – eighty years old, in fact – and he had taken care of the king when he stayed in Mahanaim, for he was a very rich 1 man.
Meanwhile the sky was covered with dark clouds, the wind blew, and there was a heavy rainstorm. Ahab rode toward 1 Jezreel.
Samaria’s food supply ran out. 1 They laid siege to it so long that 2 a donkey’s head was selling for eighty shekels of silver 3 and a quarter of a kab 4 of dove’s droppings 5 for five shekels of silver. 6
The chief adviser then stood there and called out loudly in the Judahite dialect, 1 “Listen to the message of the great king, the king of Assyria.
“Please, Lord. Remember how I have served you 1 faithfully and with wholehearted devotion, 2 and how I have carried out your will.” 3 Then Hezekiah wept bitterly. 4
He burned down the Lord’s temple, the royal palace, and all the houses in Jerusalem, including every large house. 1