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“You must not blaspheme 1 God 2 or curse the ruler of your people.
Leah’s eyes were tender, 1 but Rachel had a lovely figure and beautiful appearance.) 2
Then seven fat and fine-looking cows were coming up out of the Nile, and they grazed in the reeds. 1
if you should see among them 1 an attractive woman whom you wish to take as a wife,
But God said to Balaam, “You must not go with them; you must not curse the people, 1 for they are blessed.” 2
The man’s name was Nabal, 1 and his wife’s name was Abigail. She was both wise 2 and beautiful, but the man was harsh and his deeds were evil. He was a Calebite.
(Now his father had never corrected 1 him 2 by saying, “Why do you do such things?” He was also very handsome and had been born right after Absalom. 3 )
He sprouted up like a twig before God, 1 like a root out of parched soil; 2 he had no stately form or majesty that might catch our attention, 3 no special appearance that we should want to follow him. 4
I, the Lord, once called 1 you a thriving olive tree, one that produced beautiful fruit. But I will set you 2 on fire, fire that will blaze with a mighty roar. 3 Then all your branches will be good for nothing. 4
So Potiphar 1 left 2 everything he had in Joseph’s care; 3 he gave no thought 4 to anything except the food he ate. 5 Now Joseph was well built and good-looking. 6
Then 1 seven other cows came up after them; they were scrawny, very bad-looking, and lean. I had never seen such bad-looking cows 2 as these in all the land of Egypt!
So 1 now, please come and curse this nation 2 for me, for they are too powerful for me. Perhaps I will prevail so that we may conquer them 3 and drive them out of the land. For I know that whoever you bless is blessed, 4 and whoever you curse is cursed.”
One of his attendants replied, 1 “I have seen a son of Jesse in Bethlehem 2 who knows how to play the lyre. He is a brave warrior 3 and is articulate 4 and handsome, 5 for the Lord is with him.”
Now he was acting as the guardian 1 of Hadassah 2 (that is, Esther), the daughter of his uncle, for neither her father nor her mother was alive. 3 This young woman was very attractive and had a beautiful figure. 4 When her father and mother died, Mordecai had raised her 5 as if she were his own daughter.