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They made him angry with their pagan shrines, 1 and made him jealous with their idols.
I overpowered kingdoms ruled by idols, 1 whose carved images were more impressive than Jerusalem’s 2 or Samaria’s.
Now Ehud had escaped while they were delaying. When he passed the carved images, he escaped to Seirah.
I am the Lord! That is my name! I will not share my glory with anyone else, or the praise due me with idols.
A drought will come upon her land; her rivers and canals will be dried up. 1 All of this will happen because her land is filled with idols. 2 Her people act like madmen because of 3 those idols they fear. 4
But the more I summoned 1 them, the farther they departed from me. 2 They sacrificed to the Baal idols and burned incense to images.
I will remove your idols and sacred pillars from your midst; you will no longer worship what your own hands made.
Instead, this is what you must do to them: You must tear down their altars, shatter their sacred pillars, 1 cut down their sacred Asherah poles, 2 and burn up their idols.
You must tear down their altars, shatter their sacred pillars, 1 burn up their sacred Asherah poles, 2 and cut down the images of their gods; you must eliminate their very memory from that place.
He did evil in the sight of 1 the Lord, just like his father Manasseh had done. He offered sacrifices to all the idols his father Manasseh had made, and worshiped 2 them.
he tore down the altars and Asherah poles, demolished the idols, and smashed all the incense altars throughout the land of Israel. Then he returned to Jerusalem.
Look what’s coming! A charioteer, a team of horses.” 1 When questioned, he replies, 2 “Babylon has fallen, fallen! All the idols of her gods lie shattered on the ground!”
You will desecrate your silver-plated idols 1 and your gold-plated images. 2 You will throw them away as if they were a menstrual rag, saying to them, “Get out!”
“So the time will certainly come 1 when I will punish the idols of Babylon. Her whole land will be put to shame. All her mortally wounded will collapse in her midst. 2
Yes, but the time will certainly come,” 1 says the Lord, 2 “when I will punish her idols. Throughout her land the mortally wounded will groan.
You must burn the images of their gods, but do not covet the silver and gold that covers them so much that you take it for yourself and thus become ensnared by it; for it is abhorrent 1 to the Lord your God.
But he went back 1 once he reached 2 the carved images 3 at Gilgal. He said to Eglon, 4 “I have a secret message for you, O king.” Eglon 5 said, “Be quiet!” 6 All his attendants left.
The five men who had gone to spy out the land broke in and stole 1 the carved image, the ephod, the personal idols, and the metal image, while the priest was standing at the entrance to the gate with the six hundred fully armed men. 2
These nations are worshiping the Lord and at the same time serving their idols; their sons and grandsons do just as their fathers have done, to this very day.
The Annals of the Prophets include his prayer, give an account of how the Lord responded to it, record all his sins and unfaithful acts, and identify the sites where he built high places and erected Asherah poles and idols before he humbled himself. 1