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Those who make clothes from combed flax will be embarrassed; those who weave will turn pale. 1
He made the robe of the ephod completely blue, the work of a weaver.
They made tunics of fine linen – the work of a weaver, for Aaron and for his sons –
They hatch the eggs of a poisonous snake and spin a spider’s web. Whoever eats their eggs will die, a poisonous snake is hatched. 1
There is to be an opening 1 in its top 2 in the center of it, with an edge all around the opening, the work of a weaver, 3 like the opening of a collar, 4 so that it cannot be torn. 5
The shaft 1 of his spear was like a weaver’s beam, and the iron point of his spear weighed six hundred shekels. 2 His shield bearer was walking before him.
He tore down the quarters 1 of the male cultic prostitutes in the Lord’s temple, where women were weaving shrines 2 for Asherah.
There was another battle with the Philistines in which Elhanan son of Jair the Bethlehemite killed the brother of Goliath the Gittite, 1 whose spear had a shaft as big as the crossbeam of a weaver’s loom. 2
My dwelling place 1 is removed and taken away 2 from me like a shepherd’s tent. I rolled up my life like a weaver rolls cloth; 3 from the loom he cuts me off. 4 You turn day into night and end my life. 5
He has filled them with skill 1 to do all kinds of work 2 as craftsmen, as designers, as embroiderers in blue, purple, and scarlet yarn and in fine linen, and as weavers. They are 3 craftsmen in all the work 4 and artistic designers. 5
Delilah said to Samson, “Up to now you have deceived me and told me lies. Tell me how you can be subdued.” He said to her, “If you weave the seven braids of my hair 1 into the fabric on the loom 2 and secure it with the pin, I will become weak and be like any other man.”
Yet another battle occurred with the Philistines in Gob. On that occasion Elhanan the son of Jair 1 the Bethlehemite killed the brother of Goliath the Gittite, 2 the shaft of whose spear was like a weaver’s beam.
He even killed an Egyptian who was seven and a half feet 1 tall. The Egyptian had a spear as big as the crossbeam of a weaver’s loom; Benaiah attacked 2 him with a club. He grabbed the spear out of the Egyptian’s hand and killed him with his own spear.