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Isaac 1 said, “Bring some of the wild game for me to eat, my son. 2 Then I will bless you.” 3 So Jacob 4 brought it to him, and he ate it. He also brought him wine, and Isaac 5 drank.
Jacob did as Laban said. 1 When Jacob 2 completed Leah’s bridal week, 3 Laban gave him his daughter Rachel to be his wife. 4
Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his sons 1 because he was a son born to him late in life, 2 and he made a special 3 tunic for him.
When Joseph came home, they presented him with the gifts they had brought inside, 1 and they bowed down to the ground before him.
If his master gave 1 him a wife, and she bore sons or daughters, the wife and the children will belong to her master, and he will go out by himself.
If the sun has risen on him, then there is blood guilt for him. A thief 1 must surely make full restitution; if he has nothing, then he will be sold for his theft.
“Aaron is to present the sin offering bull which is for himself, and he is to make atonement on behalf of himself and his household. He is to slaughter the sin offering bull which is for himself,
or a man who touches a swarming thing by which he becomes unclean, 1 or touches a person 2 by which he becomes unclean, whatever that person’s impurity 3 –
Instead, you must be sure to open your hand to him and generously lend 1 him whatever he needs. 2
Furthermore, he must not marry many 1 wives lest his affections turn aside, and he must not accumulate much silver and gold.
Now this man Micah owned a shrine. 1 He made an ephod 2 and some personal idols and hired one of his sons to serve as a priest. 3
His mother used to make him a small robe and bring it up to him at regular intervals when she would go up with her husband to make the annual sacrifice.
Then Jonathan gave his equipment to the servant who was with him. He said to him, “Go, take these things back to the city.”
God will severely judge Abner 1 if I do not do for David exactly what the Lord has promised him, 2
But the Lord was unwilling to destroy Judah. He preserved Judah for the sake of 1 his servant David to whom he had promised a perpetual dynasty. 2
(Now David had brought up the ark of God from Kiriath Jearim to the place he had prepared for it, for he had pitched a tent for it in Jerusalem. 1
He did evil in the sight of 1 the Lord like Ahab’s dynasty because, after his father’s death, they 2 gave him advice that led to his destruction.
In those days Hezekiah was stricken with a terminal illness. 1 He prayed to the Lord, who answered him and gave him a sign confirming that he would be healed. 2
He built royal cities 1 and owned a large number of sheep and cattle, for God gave him a huge amount of possessions.
At that time they will say, 1 “Look, here 2 is our God! We waited for him and he delivered us. Here 3 is the Lord! We waited for him. Let’s rejoice and celebrate his deliverance!”