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Through all that they suffered, he suffered too. 1 The messenger sent from his very presence 2 delivered them. In his love and mercy he protected 3 them; he lifted them up and carried them throughout ancient times. 4
What follows is a record of what happened to Jerusalem and Judah because of the Lord’s anger when he drove them out of his sight. 1 Zedekiah rebelled against the king of Babylon.
their wings touched each other; they did not turn as they moved, but went straight ahead. 1
Each moved straight ahead 1 – wherever the spirit 2 would go, they would go, without turning as they went.
As for the form of their faces, they were the faces whose appearance I had seen at the Kebar River. Each one moved straight ahead.
Its windows, its porches, and its decorative palm trees had the same measurement as the gate which faced east. Seven steps led up to it, and its porch was in front of them.
Now when he had finished measuring the interior of the temple, he led me out by the gate which faces east and measured all around.
Then he will turn his attention 1 to the coastal regions and will capture many of them. But a commander 2 will bring his shameful conduct to a halt; in addition, 3 he will make him pay for his shameful conduct. 4
Someday these sinners will cry to the Lord for help, 1 but he will not answer them. He will hide his face from them at that time, because they have done such wicked deeds.”
1 Now when Moses came down 2 from Mount Sinai with 3 the two tablets of the testimony in his hand 4 – when he came down 5 from the mountain, Moses 6 did not know that the skin of his face shone 7 while he talked with him.
When the Israelites would see 1 the face of Moses, that 2 the skin of Moses’ face shone, Moses would put the veil on his face again, until he went in to speak with the Lord. 3
Finally, he set the turban 1 on his head and attached the gold plate, the holy diadem, 2 to the front of the turban just as the Lord had commanded Moses.
1 When Balaam saw that it pleased the Lord to bless Israel, 2 he did not go as at the other times 3 to seek for omens, 4 but he set his face 5 toward the wilderness.
He answered, 1 “Truly I am the commander of the Lord’s army. 2 Now I have arrived!” 3 Joshua bowed down with his face to the ground 4 and asked, “What does my master want to say to his servant?”
Joshua tore his clothes; 1 he and the leaders 2 of Israel lay face down on the ground before the ark of the Lord until evening 3 and threw dirt on their heads. 4
David reached his hand into the bag and took out a stone. He slung it, striking the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank deeply into his forehead, and he fell down with his face to the ground.
Then Joab bowed down with his face toward the ground and thanked 1 the king. Joab said, “Today your servant knows that I have found favor in your sight, my lord the king, because the king has granted the request of your 2 servant!”
So Ahab went into his palace, bitter and angry that Naboth the Jezreelite had said, 1 “I will not sell to you my ancestral inheritance.” 2 He lay down on his bed, pouted, 3 and would not eat.
Now Elisha had a terminal illness. 1 King Joash of Israel went down to visit him. 2 He wept before him and said, “My father, my father! The chariot 3 and horsemen of Israel!” 4
But the Lord had mercy on them and felt pity for them. 1 He extended his favor to them 2 because of the promise he had made 3 to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. He has been unwilling to destroy them or remove them from his presence to this very day. 4