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so that they caused 1 the cry of the poor to come before him, so that he hears 2 the cry of the needy.
Then the priests and the Levites took charge of 1 the silver, the gold, and the vessels that had been weighed out, to transport them to Jerusalem to the temple of our God.
The king commanded 1 Ashpenaz, 2 who was in charge of his court officials, 3 to choose 4 some of the Israelites who were of royal and noble descent 5 –
Now Rebekah had been listening while Isaac spoke to his son Esau. 1 When Esau went out to the open fields to hunt down some wild game and bring it back, 2
and told Moses, “The people are bringing much more than 1 is needed for the completion 2 of the work which the Lord commanded us to do!” 3
‘Because the Lord was not able to bring this people into the land that he swore to them, he killed them in the wilderness.’
Why 1 have you brought us up from Egypt only to bring us to 2 this dreadful place? It is no place for grain, or figs, or vines, or pomegranates; nor is there any water to drink!”
That is why the Lord’s anger erupted against this land, bringing on it all the curses 1 written in this scroll.
So David assembled all Israel from the Shihor River 1 in Egypt to Lebo Hamath, 2 to bring the ark of God from Kiriath Jearim.
An edict was sent throughout Judah and Jerusalem requiring the people to bring to the Lord the tax that Moses, God’s servant, imposed on Israel in the wilderness. 1
We also accept responsibility, as is written in the law, for bringing the firstborn of our sons and our cattle and the firstborn of our herds and of our flocks to the temple of our God, to the priests who are ministering in the temple of our God.
to bring Queen Vashti into the king’s presence wearing her royal high turban. He wanted to show the people and the officials her beauty, for she was very attractive. 1
Throughout that night the king was unable to sleep, 1 so he asked for the book containing the historical records 2 to be brought. As the records 3 were being read in the king’s presence,
While they were still speaking with him, the king’s eunuchs arrived. They quickly brought Haman to the banquet that Esther had prepared.
Your gates will remain open at all times; they will not be shut during the day or at night, so that the wealth of nations may be delivered, with their kings leading the way. 1
eighty men arrived from Shechem, Shiloh, and Samaria. 1 They had shaved off their beards, torn their clothes, and cut themselves to show they were mourning. 2 They were carrying grain offerings and incense to present at the temple of the Lord in Jerusalem. 3
The Israelites brought a freewill offering to the Lord, every man and woman whose heart was willing to bring materials for all the work that the Lord through 1 Moses had commanded them 2 to do.
So Saul said to his servant, “All right, 1 we can go. But what can we bring the man, since the food in our bags is used up? We have no gift to take to the man of God. What do we have?”
Neither man nor woman would David leave alive so as to bring them back to Gath. He was thinking, “This way they can’t tell on us, saying, ‘This is what David did.’” Such was his practice the entire time 1 that he lived in the country of the Philistines.
Jehoash said to the priests, “I place at your disposal 1 all the consecrated silver that has been brought to the Lord’s temple, including the silver collected from the census tax, 2 the silver received from those who have made vows, 3 and all the silver that people have voluntarily contributed to the Lord’s temple. 4