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(1.00)Est 4:15

Then Esther sent this reply to Mordecai:

(0.88)Job 33:30

to turn back his life from the place of corruption, that he may be enlightened with the light of life.

(0.88)Pro 22:21

to show you true and reliable words, 1  so that you may give accurate answers 2  to those who sent you?

(0.75)2Sa 3:11

Ish-bosheth 1  was unable to answer Abner with even a single word because he was afraid of him.

(0.75)2Sa 19:12

You are my brothers – my very own flesh and blood! 1  Why should you delay any further in bringing the king back?’

(0.75)Psa 106:23

He threatened 1  to destroy them, but 2  Moses, his chosen one, interceded with him 3  and turned back his destructive anger. 4 

(0.75)Jon 1:13

Instead, they tried to row 1  back to land, 2  but they were not able to do so 3  because the storm kept growing worse and worse. 4 

(0.62)Num 5:8

But if the individual has no close relative 1  to whom reparation can be made for the wrong, the reparation for the wrong must be paid to the Lord 2  for the priest, in addition to the ram of atonement by which atonement is made for him.

(0.62)2Sa 8:3

David defeated King Hadadezer son of Rehob of Zobah when he came to reestablish 1  his authority 2  over the Euphrates 3  River.

(0.62)2Sa 19:10

But Absalom, whom we anointed as our king, 1  has died in battle. So now why do you hesitate to bring the king back?” 2 

(0.62)2Ch 6:23

listen from heaven and make a just decision about your servants’ claims. Condemn the guilty party, declare the other innocent, and give both of them what they deserve. 1 

(0.62)Neh 13:27

Should we then in your case hear that you do all this great evil, thereby being unfaithful to our God by marrying 1  foreign wives?”

(0.62)Est 4:13

he 1  said to take back this answer to Esther:

(0.62)Psa 78:38

Yet he is compassionate. He forgives sin and does not destroy. He often holds back his anger, and does not stir up his fury. 1 

(0.62)Isa 66:15

For look, the Lord comes with fire, his chariots come like a windstorm, 1  to reveal his raging anger, his battle cry, and his flaming arrows. 2 

(0.62)Jer 18:20

Should good be paid back with evil? Yet they are virtually digging a pit to kill me. 1  Just remember how I stood before you pleading on their behalf 2  to keep you from venting your anger on them. 3 

(0.62)Lam 1:11

כ (Kaf) All her people groaned as they searched for a morsel of bread. 1  They exchanged 2  their valuables 3  for 4  just enough food to stay alive. 5 “Look, O Lord! Consider 6  that I have become worthless!”

(0.62)Lam 2:14

נ (Nun) Your prophets saw visions for you that were worthless lies. 1  They failed to expose your sin so as to restore your fortunes. 2  They saw oracles for you that were worthless 3  lies.

(0.50)1Ki 12:6

King Rehoboam consulted with the older advisers who had served 1  his father Solomon when he had been alive. He asked them, 2  “How do you advise me to answer these people?”

(0.50)1Ki 12:21

When Rehoboam arrived in Jerusalem, he summoned 180,000 skilled warriors from all of Judah and the tribe of Benjamin 1  to attack Israel and restore the kingdom to Rehoboam son of Solomon.



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