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All the people were aware 1 of it, the people of Ephraim and those living in Samaria. 2 Yet with pride and an arrogant attitude, they said, 3
Wild donkeys stand on the hilltops and pant for breath like jackals. Their eyes are strained looking for food, because there is none to be found.” 1
ח (Khet) The Lord’s loyal kindness 1 never ceases; 2 his compassions 3 never end.
After the camels had finished drinking, the man took out a gold nose ring weighing a beka 1 and two gold bracelets weighing ten shekels 2 and gave them to her. 3
When they finished eating the grain they had brought from Egypt, their father said to them, “Return, buy us a little more food.”
Now Mount Sinai was completely covered with smoke because the Lord had descended on it in fire, and its smoke went up like the smoke of a great furnace, 1 and the whole mountain shook 2 violently.
the priest must then examine it, 1 and if 2 the disease covers his whole body, he is to pronounce the person with the infection clean. 3 He has turned all white, so he is clean. 4
So the men did as instructed. 1 They took two cows that had calves and harnessed them to a cart; they also removed their calves to their stalls.
Your officials are rebels, 1 they associate with 2 thieves. All of them love bribery, and look for 3 payoffs. 4 They do not take up the cause of the orphan, 5 or defend the rights of the widow. 6
כ (Kaf) My eyes are worn out 1 from weeping; 2 my stomach is in knots. 3 My heart 4 is poured out on the ground due to the destruction 5 of my helpless people; 6 children and infants faint in the town squares.
Ruth the Moabite replied, “He even 1 told me, ‘You may go along beside my servants 2 until they have finished gathering all my harvest!’” 3
Now Adonijah and all his guests heard the commotion just as they had finished eating. 1 When Joab heard the sound of the trumpet, he asked, “Why is there such a noisy commotion in the city?” 2
On the first day of the first month they began consecrating; by the eighth day of the month they reached the porch of the Lord’s temple. 1 For eight more days they consecrated the Lord’s temple. On the sixteenth day of the first month they were finished.
So the sovereign master was not pleased 1 with their young men, he took no pity 2 on their orphans and widows; for the whole nation was godless 3 and did wicked things, 4 every mouth was speaking disgraceful words. 5 Despite all this, his anger does not subside, and his hand is ready to strike again. 6