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The Lord was very angry with your ancestors. 1
In a burst 1 of anger I rejected you 2 momentarily, but with lasting devotion I will have compassion on you,” says your protector, 3 the Lord.
Pharaoh was enraged with his servants, and he put me in prison in the house of the captain of the guards – me and the chief baker.
But the Levites must camp around the tabernacle of the testimony, so that the Lord’s anger 1 will not fall on the Israelite community. The Levites are responsible for the care 2 of the tabernacle of the testimony.”
You will be responsible for the care of the sanctuary and the care of the altar, so that there will be 1 no more wrath on the Israelites.
For I was terrified at the Lord’s intense anger 1 that threatened to destroy you. But he 2 listened to me this time as well.
We must let them live so we can escape the curse attached to the oath we swore to them.” 1
They abandoned the temple of the Lord God of their ancestors, 1 and worshiped 2 the Asherah poles and idols. Because of this sinful activity, God was angry with Judah and Jerusalem.
The Lord was angry at Judah and Jerusalem and made them an appalling object of horror at which people hiss out their scorn, 1 as you can see with your own eyes.
But Hezekiah was ungrateful; he had a proud attitude, provoking God to be angry at him, as well as Judah and Jerusalem. 1
But then Hezekiah and the residents of Jerusalem humbled themselves and abandoned their pride, and the Lord was not angry with them for the rest of Hezekiah’s reign. 1
For the Lord is angry at all the nations and furious with all their armies. He will annihilate them and slaughter them.
But I am greatly displeased with the nations that take my grace for granted. 1 I was a little displeased with them, but they have only made things worse for themselves.
When Achan son of Zerah disobeyed the command about the city’s riches, the entire Israelite community was judged, 1 though only one man had sinned. He most certainly died for his sin!’” 2
So he took his firstborn son, who was to succeed him as king, and offered him up as a burnt sacrifice on the wall. There was an outburst of divine anger against Israel, 1 so they broke off the attack 2 and returned to their homeland.
Joab son of Zeruiah started to count the men but did not finish. God was angry with Israel 1 because of this, so the number was not recorded in the scroll 2 called The Annals of King David.
the prophet 1 Jehu son of Hanani confronted him; 2 he said to King Jehoshaphat, “Is it right to help the wicked and be an ally of those who oppose the Lord? 3 Because you have done this the Lord is angry with you! 4
Whenever your countrymen who live in the cities bring a case before you 1 (whether it involves a violent crime 2 or other matters related to the law, commandments, rules, and regulations), warn them that they must not sin against the Lord. If you fail to do so, God will be angry with you and your colleagues; but if you obey, you will be free of guilt. 3
Everything that the God of heaven has required should be precisely done for the temple of the God of heaven. Why should there be wrath 1 against the empire of the king and his sons?
In those days while Mordecai was sitting at the king’s gate, Bigthan 1 and Teresh, 2 two of the king’s eunuchs who protected the entrance, 3 became angry and plotted to assassinate 4 King Ahasuerus.