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He has done this so 1 all the nations 2 of the earth might recognize the Lord’s power 3 and so you might always obey 4 the Lord your God.”
Anyone who accidentally kills someone can escape there; 1 these cities will be a place of asylum from the avenger of blood.
He left those nations simply because he wanted to teach the subsequent generations of Israelites, who had not experienced the earlier battles, how to conduct holy war. 1
you asked, 1 ‘Who is this who darkens counsel without knowledge?’ But 2 I have declared without understanding 3 things too wonderful for me to know. 4
Not only was the Teacher wise, 1 but he also taught knowledge to the people; he carefully evaluated 2 and arranged 3 many proverbs.
The Lord’s spirit will rest on him 1 – a spirit that gives extraordinary wisdom, 2 a spirit that provides the ability to execute plans, 3 a spirit that produces absolute loyalty to the Lord. 4
For the lips of a priest should preserve knowledge of sacred things, and people should seek instruction from him 1 because he is the messenger of the Lord who rules over all.
Anyone who accidentally killed someone 1 without hating him at the time of the accident 2 could flee to one of those cities and be safe.
Now this is the law pertaining to one who flees there in order to live, 1 if he has accidentally killed another 2 without hating him at the time of the accident. 3
When the avenger of blood comes after him, they must not hand over to him the one who committed manslaughter, for he accidentally killed his fellow man without premeditation. 1
No one thinks to himself, nor do they comprehend or understand and say to themselves: ‘I burned half of it in the fire – yes, I baked bread over the coals; I roasted meat and ate it. With the rest of it should I make a disgusting idol? Should I bow down to dry wood?’ 1
You will advance 1 against my people Israel like a cloud covering the earth. In the latter days I will bring you against my land so that the nations may acknowledge me, when before their eyes I magnify myself 2 through you, O Gog.
young men in whom there was no physical defect and who were handsome, 1 well versed in all kinds of wisdom, well educated 2 and having keen insight, 3 and who were capable 4 of entering the king’s royal service 5 – and to teach them the literature and language 6 of the Babylonians. 7
Hear the word of the Lord, you Israelites! 1 For the Lord has a covenant lawsuit 2 against the people of Israel. 3 For there is neither faithfulness nor loyalty in the land, nor do they acknowledge God. 4
My people, recall how King Balak of Moab planned to harm you, 1 how Balaam son of Beor responded to him. Recall how you journeyed from Shittim to Gilgal, so you might acknowledge that the Lord has treated you fairly.” 2