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May integrity and godliness protect me, for I rely on you!
He stores up 1 effective counsel 2 for the upright, 3 and is like 4 a shield 5 for those who live 6 with integrity, 7
Although I am innocent, 1 my mouth 2 would condemn me; 3 although I am blameless, it would declare me perverse. 4
I am blameless. 1 I do not know myself. 2 I despise my life.
Take note of the one who has integrity! Observe the godly! 1 For the one who promotes peace has a future. 2
in order to shoot down the innocent 1 in secluded places. They shoot at him suddenly and are unafraid of retaliation. 2
Righteousness 1 guards the one who lives with integrity, 2 but wickedness 3 overthrows the sinner.
Bloodthirsty people 1 hate someone with integrity; 2 as for the upright, they seek his life. 3
and when all the people had finished crossing, the ark of the Lord and the priests crossed as the people looked on. 1
“Surely, God does not reject a blameless man, 1 nor does he grasp the hand 2 of the evildoers.
“It is all one! 1 That is why I say, 2 ‘He destroys the blameless and the guilty.’
The fiery bellows of judgment burn fiercely. But there is too much dross to be removed. 1 The process of refining them has proved useless. 2 The wicked have not been purged.
When the boys grew up, Esau became a skilled 1 hunter, a man of the open fields, but Jacob was an even-tempered man, living in tents. 2
“‘If a man sells a residential house in a walled city, 1 its right of redemption must extend 2 until one full year from its sale; 3 its right of redemption must extend to a full calendar year. 4
and your children will wander 1 in the wilderness forty years and suffer for your unfaithfulness, 2 until your dead bodies lie finished 3 in the wilderness.
So the Lord’s anger was kindled against the Israelites, and he made them wander in the wilderness for forty years, until all that generation that had done wickedly before 1 the Lord was finished. 2
He plated the entire inside of the temple with gold, as well as the altar inside the inner sanctuary. 1
2 There was a man 3 in the land of Uz 4 whose 5 name was Job. 6 And that man was pure 7 and upright, 8 one who feared God and turned away from evil. 9
ת (Tav) O people of Zion, 1 your punishment 2 will come to an end; 3 he will not prolong your exile. 4 But, O people of Edom, 5 he will punish 6 your sin 7 and reveal 8 your offenses!
When that year was over, they came to him the next year and said to him, “We cannot hide from our 1 lord that the money is used up and the livestock and the animals belong to our lord. Nothing remains before our lord except our bodies and our land.