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and your poverty will come like a robber, 1 and your need like an armed man. 2
The first to state his case 1 seems 2 right, until his opponent 3 begins to 4 cross-examine him. 5
and your poverty will come like a bandit, and your need like an armed robber.” 1
Suppose a man marries a woman, has sexual relations with her, 1 and then rejects 2 her,
“A protector 1 comes to Zion, to those in Jacob who repent of their rebellious deeds,” 2 says the Lord.
Then the king of the north 1 will advance against the empire of the king of the south, but will withdraw to his own land.
At an appointed time he will again invade the south, but this latter visit will not turn out the way the former one did.
If, however, 1 the raw flesh once again turns white, 2 then he must come to the priest.
then whoever owns the house 1 must come and declare to the priest, ‘Something like an infection is visible to me in the house.’
When the sun goes down he will be clean, and afterward he may eat from the holy offerings, because they are his food.
But all Israel and Judah loved David, for he was the one leading them out to battle and back.
The sun rises 1 and the sun sets; 2 it hurries away 3 to a place from which it rises 4 again. 5
the priest is to come and examine it, and if 1 the infection has spread in the house, it is a malignant disease in the house. It is unclean.
“Aaron must then enter 1 the Meeting Tent and take off the linen garments which he had put on when he entered the sanctuary, and leave them there.
“‘If your brother becomes impoverished and sells some of his property, his near redeemer is to come to you and redeem what his brother sold. 1
When it is time for the camp to journey, 1 Aaron and his sons must come and take down the screening curtain and cover the ark of the testimony with it.
and the sign or wonder should come to pass concerning what he said to you, namely, “Let us follow other gods” – gods whom you have not previously known – “and let us serve them.”
Now the priests would always treat the people in the following way: 1 Whenever anyone was making a sacrifice, while the meat was boiling, the priest’s attendant would come with a three-pronged fork 2 in his hand.
David replied to Saul, “Your servant has been a shepherd for his father’s flock. Whenever a lion or bear would come and carry off a sheep from the flock,
Then David prayed to 1 God for the child and fasted. 2 He would even 3 go and spend the night lying on the ground.