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The rest of the events of Uzziah’s reign, from start to finish, were recorded by the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz. 1
So the Jews committed themselves to continue what they had begun to do and to what Mordecai had written to them.
There, in the presence of the Israelites, Joshua inscribed on the stones a duplicate of the law written by Moses. 1
You must carefully obey at all times the rules, regulations, law, and commandments he wrote down for you. You must not worship other gods.
“If only I had 1 someone to hear me! Here is my signature – 2 let the Almighty answer me! If only I had an indictment 3 that my accuser had written. 4
“The Lord God of Israel says, 1 ‘Write everything that I am about to tell you in a scroll. 2
Baruch answered, “Yes, they came from his own mouth. He dictated all these words to me and I wrote them down in ink on this scroll.” 1
The Lord spoke to Jeremiah after Jehoiakim had burned the scroll containing what Jeremiah had spoken and Baruch had written down. 1
Then King Darius wrote to all the peoples, nations, and language groups who were living in all the land: “Peace and prosperity! 1
In the first 1 year of King Belshazzar of Babylon, Daniel had 2 a dream filled with visions 3 while he was lying on his bed. Then he wrote down the dream in summary fashion. 4
The Lord said to Moses, “Write this as a memorial in the 1 book, and rehearse 2 it in Joshua’s hearing; 3 for I will surely wipe out 4 the remembrance 5 of Amalek from under heaven.
The Lord said to Moses, “Write down 1 these words, for in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel.”
Hezekiah sent messages throughout Israel and Judah; he even wrote letters to Ephraim and Manasseh, summoning them to come to the Lord’s temple in Jerusalem 1 and observe a Passover celebration for the Lord God of Israel.
He wrote letters mocking the Lord God of Israel and insulting him with these words: 1 “The gods of the surrounding nations could not rescue their people from my power. Neither can Hezekiah’s god rescue his people from my power.” 2
And during the reign 1 of Artaxerxes, Bishlam, 2 Mithredath, Tabeel, and the rest of their colleagues 3 wrote to King Artaxerxes 4 of Persia. This letter 5 was first written in Aramaic but then translated. [Aramaic:] 6
up to 100 talents of silver, 100 cors of wheat, 100 baths of wine, 100 baths of olive oil, 1 and unlimited 2 salt.
He also gave him a written copy of the law that had been disseminated 1 in Susa for their destruction so that he could show it to Esther and talk to her about it. He also gave instructions that she should go to the king to implore him and petition him on behalf of her people.
Now you write in the king’s name whatever in your opinion is appropriate concerning the Jews and seal it with the king’s signet ring. Any decree that is written in the king’s name and sealed with the king’s signet ring cannot be rescinded.
“Son of man, write down the name of this day, this very day. The king of Babylon has laid siege 1 to Jerusalem 2 this very day.
She said, “If the king is so inclined and if I have met with his approval and if the matter is agreeable to the king and if I am attractive to him, let an edict be written rescinding those recorded intentions of Haman the son of Hammedatha, the Agagite, 1 which he wrote in order to destroy the Jews who are throughout all the king’s provinces.