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David supplied a large amount of iron for the nails of the doors of the gates and for braces, more bronze than could be weighed,
No king is delivered by his vast army; a warrior is not saved by his great might.
Just as dreams come when there are many cares, 1 so 2 the rash vow 3 of a fool occurs 4 when there are many words.
Damascus was your trade partner because of the abundance of your goods and of all your wealth: wine from Helbon, white wool from Zahar,
a trembling 1 gripped me – and a terror! – and made all my bones shake. 2
“People 1 cry out because of the excess of oppression; 2 they cry out for help because of the power 3 of the mighty. 4
When worries threaten to overwhelm me, 1 your soothing touch makes me happy. 2
He remembered his covenant with them, and relented 1 because of his great loyal love.
Praise him for his mighty acts! Praise him for his surpassing greatness!
She persuaded him 1 with persuasive words; 2 with her smooth talk 3 she compelled him. 4
Though he causes us 1 grief, he then has compassion on us 2 according to the abundance of his loyal kindness. 3
Now the Midianites, Amalekites, and the people from the east covered the valley like a swarm of locusts. 1 Their camels could not be counted; they were as innumerable as the sand on the seashore.
In the abundance of your majesty 1 you have overthrown 2 those who rise up against you. 3 You sent forth 4 your wrath; 5 it consumed them 6 like stubble.
Jehoshaphat was very wealthy and greatly respected. He made an alliance by marriage with Ahab,
“Should not this 1 abundance of words be answered, 2 or should this 3 talkative man 4 be vindicated? 5
How you have advised the one without wisdom, and abundantly 1 revealed your insight!
I said to myself, ‘Age 1 should speak, 2 and length of years 3 should make wisdom known.’
A horse disappoints those who trust in it for victory; 1 despite its great strength, it cannot deliver.
But the oppressed will possess the land and enjoy great prosperity. 1
They trust 1 in their wealth and boast 2 in their great riches.