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he sets 1 the lowly 2 on high, that those who mourn 3 are raised 4 to safety.
God sent me 1 ahead of you to preserve you 2 on the earth and to save your lives 3 by a great deliverance.
So their land will become an object of horror. 1 People will forever hiss out their scorn over it. All who pass that way will be filled with horror and will shake their heads in derision. 2
The one who builds his house by unjust gain is as good as dead. 1 He does this so he can build his nest way up high and escape the clutches of disaster. 2
Into his right hand 1 comes the portent for Jerusalem – to set up battering rams, to give the signal 2 for slaughter, to shout out the battle cry, 3 to set up battering rams against the gates, to erect a siege ramp, to build a siege wall.
But you must seek only the place he 1 chooses from all your tribes to establish his name as his place of residence, 2 and you must go there.
Look, the Lord’s day of judgment 1 is coming; it is a day of cruelty and savage, raging anger, 2 destroying 3 the earth 4 and annihilating its sinners.
Like a lion that has come up from its lair 1 the one who destroys nations has set out from his home base. 2 He is coming out to lay your land waste. Your cities will become ruins and lie uninhabited.
Listen! News is coming even now. 1 The rumble of a great army is heard approaching 2 from a land in the north. 3 It is coming to turn the towns of Judah into rubble, places where only jackals live.
The earth will tremble and writhe in agony. 1 For the Lord will carry out his plan. He plans to make the land of Babylonia 2 a wasteland where no one lives. 3
And Moses said to the Lord, “Why have you afflicted 1 your servant? Why have I not found favor in your sight, that 2 you lay the burden of this entire people on me?
If the place he 1 chooses to locate his name is too far for you, you may slaughter any of your herd and flock he 2 has given you just as I have stipulated; you may eat them in your villages 3 just as you wish.
When he 1 blesses you, if the 2 place where he chooses to locate his name is distant,
He did this so the violent deaths of Jerub-Baal’s seventy sons might be avenged and Abimelech, their half-brother 1 who murdered them, might have to pay for their spilled blood, along with the leaders of Shechem who helped him murder them. 2
So the priest gave him holy bread, for there was no bread there other than the bread of the Presence. It had been removed from before the Lord in order to replace it with hot bread on the day it had been taken away.
He said to the king, “Don’t think badly of me, my lord, and don’t recall the sin of your servant on the day when you, my lord the king, left 1 Jerusalem! 2 Please don’t call it to mind!
The Lord said to him, “I have answered 1 your prayer and your request for help that you made to me. I have consecrated this temple you built by making it my permanent home; 2 I will be constantly present there. 3
I will leave 1 his son one tribe so my servant David’s dynasty may continue to serve me 2 in Jerusalem, the city I have chosen as my home. 3
And who is like your people, Israel, a unique nation 1 in the earth? Their God 2 went to claim 3 a nation for himself! You made a name for yourself by doing great and awesome deeds 4 when you drove out 5 nations before your people whom you had delivered from the Egyptian empire and its gods. 6
Night and day may you watch over this temple, the place where you promised you would live. 1 May you answer your servant’s prayer for this place. 2