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(the ransom price for a human life 1 is too high, and people go to their final destiny), 2
I will make human beings more scarce than pure gold, and people more scarce 1 than gold from Ophir.
From harm and violence he will defend them; 1 he will value their lives. 2
How difficult it is for me to fathom your thoughts about me, O God! 1 How vast is their sum total! 2
Don’t set foot too frequently 1 in your neighbor’s house, lest he become weary 2 of you and hate you.
Since you are precious and special in my sight, 1 and I love you, I will hand over people in place of you, nations in place of your life.
1 Then the leaders of the Philistines would march out, and as often as they did so, David achieved more success than all of Saul’s servants. His name was held in high esteem.
Indeed, 1 fire came down from the sky and consumed the two captains who came before me, along with their men. 2 So now, please have respect for my life.”
Saul replied, “I have sinned. Come back, my son David. I won’t harm you, for you treated my life with value 1 this day. I have behaved foolishly and have made a very terrible mistake!” 2
The king 1 sent a third captain and his fifty soldiers. This third captain went up and fell 2 on his knees before Elijah. He begged for mercy, “Prophet, please have respect for my life and for the lives of these fifty servants of yours.
The Lord then said to me, “Throw to the potter that exorbitant sum 1 at which they valued me!” So I took the thirty pieces of silver and threw them to the potter 2 at the temple 3 of the Lord.