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The man who owned the house went outside and said to them, “No, my brothers! Don’t do this wicked thing! After all, this man is a guest in my house. Don’t do such a disgraceful thing!
Here are my virgin daughter and my guest’s 1 concubine. I will send them out and you can abuse them and do to them whatever you like. 2 But don’t do such a disgraceful thing to this man!”
Eli would bless Elkanah and his wife saying, “May the Lord raise up for you descendants 1 from this woman to replace the one that she 2 dedicated to the Lord.” Then they would go to their 3 home.
When the Philistines heard the sound of the shout, they said, “What is this loud shout in the camp of the Hebrews?” Then they realized that the ark of the Lord had arrived at the camp.
But keep an eye on it. If it should go up by the way of its own border to Beth Shemesh, then he has brought this great calamity on us. But if that is not the case, then we will know that it was not his hand that struck us; rather, it just happened to us by accident.”
But the servant said to him, “Look, there is a man of God in this town. He is highly respected. Everything that he says really happens. 1 Now let’s go there. Perhaps he will tell us where we should go from here.” 2
Then Samuel said to the people, “Don’t be afraid. You have indeed sinned. 1 However, don’t turn aside from the Lord. Serve the Lord with all your heart.
for you, O Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, have told 1 your servant, ‘I will build you a dynastic house.’ 2 That is why your servant has had the courage 3 to pray this prayer to you.
This is what the Lord says: ‘I am about to bring disaster on you 1 from inside your own household! 2 Right before your eyes I will take your wives and hand them over to your companion. 3 He will have sexual relations with 4 your wives in broad daylight! 5
When Solomon finished presenting all these prayers and requests to the Lord, he got up from before the altar of the Lord where he had kneeled and spread out his hands toward the sky. 1
This temple will become a heap of ruins; 1 everyone who passes by it will be shocked and will hiss out their scorn, 2 saying, ‘Why did the Lord do this to this land and this temple?’
Others will then answer, 1 ‘Because they abandoned the Lord their God, who led their ancestors 2 out of Egypt. They embraced other gods whom they worshiped and served. 3 That is why the Lord has brought all this disaster down on them.’”
The Lord will attack Israel, making it like a reed that sways in the water. 1 He will remove Israel from this good land he gave to their ancestors 2 and scatter them beyond the Euphrates River, 3 because they angered the Lord by making Asherah poles. 4
Elisha said to Gehazi, 1 “Tell her, ‘Look, you have treated us with such great respect. 2 What can I do for you? Can I put in a good word for you with the king or the commander of the army?’” She replied, “I’m quite secure.” 3
Then the king asked her, “What’s your problem?” She answered, “This woman said to me, ‘Hand over your son; we’ll eat him today and then eat my son tomorrow.’
‘“Know for sure that I saw the shed blood of Naboth and his sons yesterday,” says the Lord, “and that I will give you what you deserve right here in this plot of land,” 1 says the Lord.’ So now pick him up and throw him into this plot of land, just as the Lord said.” 2
So this is what the Lord says about the king of Assyria: “He will not enter this city, nor will he shoot an arrow here. 1 He will not attack it with his shield-carrying warriors, 2 nor will he build siege works against it.
The Lord announced, “I will also spurn Judah, 1 just as I spurned Israel. I will reject this city that I chose – both Jerusalem and the temple, about which I said, “I will live there.” 2
“When you direct your people to march out and fight their enemies, 1 and they direct their prayers to you toward this chosen city and this temple I built for your honor, 2
Others will then answer, 1 ‘Because they abandoned the Lord God of their ancestors, 2 who led them out of Egypt. They embraced other gods whom they worshiped and served. 3 That is why he brought all this disaster down on them.’”