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He added, “Just name your wages – I’ll pay whatever you want.” 1
Let those who curse the day 1 curse it 2 – those who are prepared to rouse 3 Leviathan. 4
Can anyone catch it by its eyes, 1 or pierce its nose with a snare? 2
and one who misuses 1 the name of the Lord must surely be put to death. The whole congregation must surely stone him, whether he is a foreigner or a native citizen; when he misuses the Name he must be put to death.
I myself 1 have seen the fool 2 taking root, but suddenly I cursed his place of residence. 3
Can you put a cord through its nose, or pierce its jaw with a hook?
People will curse 1 the one who withholds grain, 2 but they will praise 3 the one who sells it. 4
The one who says to the guilty, 1 “You are innocent,” 2 peoples will curse him, and nations will denounce 3 him.
So Moses and Aaron took these men who had been mentioned specifically by name,
How 1 can I curse 2 one whom God has not cursed, or how can I denounce one whom the Lord has not denounced?
Balak said to Balaam, “Neither curse them at all 1 nor bless them at all!” 2
You pierce the heads of his warriors 1 with a spear. 2 They storm forward to scatter us; 3 they shout with joy as if they were plundering the poor with no opposition. 4
The Israelite woman’s son misused the Name and cursed, 1 so they brought him to Moses. (Now his mother’s name was Shelomith daughter of Dibri, of the tribe of Dan.)
From the half tribe of Manasseh there were 18,000 who had been designated by name to come and make David king.
Joining them were Heman, Jeduthun, and the rest of those chosen and designated by name to give thanks to the Lord. (For his loyal love endures!) 1
and some of the temple servants that David and his officials had established for the work of the Levites – 220 of them. They were all designated by name.
Nations will see your vindication, and all kings your splendor. You will be called by a new name that the Lord himself will give you. 1
Woe 1 to those who live in ease in Zion, 2 to those who feel secure on Mount Samaria. They think of themselves as 3 the elite class of the best nation. The family 4 of Israel looks to them for leadership. 5
Jehoiada the priest took a chest and drilled a hole in its lid. He placed it on the right side of the altar near the entrance of 1 the Lord’s temple. The priests who guarded the entrance would put into it all the silver brought to the Lord’s temple.
Now look, you must be trusting in Egypt, that splintered reed staff. If a man leans for support on it, it punctures his hand and wounds him. That is what Pharaoh king of Egypt does to all who trust in him.