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Then Abimelech said, “Look, my land is before you; live wherever you please.” 1
From there he traveled to Mount Carmel and then back to Samaria. 1
Like a dog that returns to its vomit, 1 so a fool repeats his folly. 2
The Lord went on his way 1 when he had finished speaking 2 to Abraham. Then Abraham returned home. 3
So he started back on another road; he did not travel back on the same road he had taken to Bethel.
A psalm of David. Here is the Lord’s proclamation 2 to my lord: 3 “Sit down at my right hand 4 until I make your enemies your footstool!” 5
The people did not return to the one who struck them, they did not seek reconciliation 1 with the Lord who commands armies.
They said to him, “Please sit down and read it to us.” So Baruch sat down and read it to them. 1
“I will heal their waywardness 1 and love them freely, 2 for my anger will turn 3 away from them.
The Lord said to Moses in Midian, “Go back 1 to Egypt, because all the men who were seeking your life are dead.” 2
(24:2) When Saul returned from pursuing the Philistines, they told him, “Look, David is in the desert of En Gedi.”
After the death of Saul, 1 when David had returned from defeating the Amalekites, 2 he stayed at Ziklag 3 for two days.
Now Joab returned from chasing Abner and assembled all the people. Nineteen of David’s soldiers were missing, in addition to Asahel.
So David said to Uriah, “Stay here another day. Tomorrow I will send you back.” So Uriah stayed in Jerusalem both that day and the following one. 1
He told his servant, “Go on up and look in the direction of the sea.” So he went on up, looked, and reported, “There is nothing.” 1 Seven times Elijah sent him to look. 2
Now Elisha went back to Gilgal, while there was famine in the land. Some of the prophets were visiting him 1 and he told his servant, “Put the big pot on the fire 2 and boil some stew for the prophets.” 3
The watchman reported, “He reached them, but hasn’t started back. The one who drives the lead chariot drives like Jehu son of Nimshi; 1 he drives recklessly.”
Yet the Lord’s great anger against Judah did not subside; he was still infuriated by all the things Manasseh had done. 1
So when Rehoboam 1 humbled himself, the Lord relented from his anger and did not annihilate him; 2 Judah experienced some good things. 3
So the Lord 1 restored what Job had lost 2 after he prayed for his friends, 3 and the Lord doubled 4 all that had belonged to Job.