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Jacob set up a marker 1 over her grave; it is 2 the Marker of Rachel’s Grave to this day.
He will be left unburied just like a dead donkey. His body will be dragged off and thrown outside the gates of Jerusalem.’” 1
but when I rest 1 with my fathers, carry me out of Egypt and bury me in their burial place.” Joseph 2 said, “I will do as you say.”
His servants took his body 1 back to Jerusalem 2 and buried him in his tomb with his ancestors in the city of David.
He was buried 1 in his tomb in the garden of Uzzah, and his son Josiah replaced him as king.
He 1 buried him in the land of Moab near Beth Peor, but no one knows his exact burial place to this very day.
You will not be buried with them, 1 because you destroyed your land and killed your people. The offspring of the wicked will never be mentioned again.
Their 1 graves are located in the remote slopes of the pit. 2 Her assembly is around her grave, all of them struck down by the sword, those who spread terror in the land of the living.
His servants transported his dead body 1 from Megiddo in a chariot and brought it to Jerusalem, where they buried him in his tomb. The people of the land took Josiah’s son Jehoahaz, poured olive oil on his head, 2 and made him king in his father’s place.
Uzziah passed away 1 and was buried near his ancestors 2 in a cemetery 3 belonging to the kings. (This was because he had a skin disease.) 4 His son Jotham replaced him as king.
Even if a man fathers a hundred children and lives many years – even if he lives a long, long time, 1 but cannot enjoy his prosperity – even if he were to live forever 2 – I would say, “A stillborn child 3 is better off than he is!” 4
“Elam is there with all her hordes around her grave; all of them struck down by the sword. They went down uncircumcised to the lower parts of the earth, those who spread terror in the land of the living. Now they will bear their shame with those who descend to the pit.
When you leave me today, you will find two men near Rachel’s tomb at Zelzah on Benjamin’s border. They will say to you, ‘The donkeys you have gone looking for have been found. Your father is no longer concerned about the donkeys but has become anxious about you two! 1 He is asking, “What should I do about my son?”’