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Evil men set an ambush for the godly and try to kill them. 1
ע (Ayin) Our eyes continually failed us as we looked in vain for help. 1 From our watchtowers we watched for a nation that could not rescue us.
The eyes of the Lord 1 are in every place, keeping watch 2 on those who are evil and those who are good.
She watches over 1 the ways of her household, and does not eat the bread of idleness. 2
But I will keep watching for the Lord; I will wait for the God who delivers me. My God will hear my lament. 1
It was also called Mizpah 1 because he said, “May the Lord watch 2 between us 3 when we are out of sight of one another. 4
Saul’s watchmen at Gibeah in the territory of Benjamin 1 looked on 2 as the crowd of soldiers seemed to melt away first in one direction and then in another. 3
He does not expect 1 to escape from darkness; 2 he is marked for the sword; 3
Lord, in the morning 1 you will hear 2 me; 3 in the morning I will present my case to you 4 and then wait expectantly for an answer. 5
He rules 1 by his power forever; he watches 2 the nations. Stubborn rebels should not exalt 3 themselves. (Selah)
For this is what the sovereign master 1 has told me: “Go, post a guard! He must report what he sees.
The Lord said, 1 “I appointed prophets as watchmen to warn you, 2 saying: ‘Pay attention to the warning sound of the trumpet!’” 3 But they said, “We will not pay attention!”
You who live in Aroer, 1 stand by the road and watch. Question the man who is fleeing and the woman who is escaping. Ask them, ‘What has happened?’
“Son of man, I have appointed you a watchman 1 for the house of Israel. Whenever you hear a word from my mouth, you must give them a warning from me.
The best of them is like a thorn; the most godly among them are more dangerous than a row of thorn bushes. 1 The day you try to avoid by posting watchmen – your appointed time of punishment – is on the way, 2 and then you will experience confusion. 3
Then the watchman saw another man running. The watchman called out to the gatekeeper, “There is another man running by himself.” The king said, “This one also is bringing good news.”
But suppose the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet to warn the people. Then the sword comes and takes one of their lives. He is swept away for his iniquity, 1 but I will hold the watchman accountable for that person’s death.’ 2
In the meantime Absalom fled. When the servant who was the watchman looked up, he saw many people coming from the west 1 on a road beside the hill.
So the watchman called out and informed the king. The king said, “If he is by himself, he brings good news.” 1 The runner 2 came ever closer.
The watchman reported, “He reached them, but hasn’t started back. The one who drives the lead chariot drives like Jehu son of Nimshi; 1 he drives recklessly.”