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Then Esther sent this reply to Mordecai:
to turn back his life from the place of corruption, that he may be enlightened with the light of life.
to show you true and reliable words, 1 so that you may give accurate answers 2 to those who sent you?
Ish-bosheth 1 was unable to answer Abner with even a single word because he was afraid of him.
You are my brothers – my very own flesh and blood! 1 Why should you delay any further in bringing the king back?’
He threatened 1 to destroy them, but 2 Moses, his chosen one, interceded with him 3 and turned back his destructive anger. 4
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
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.
David defeated King Hadadezer son of Rehob of Zobah when he came to reestablish 1 his authority 2 over the Euphrates 3 River.
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
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
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?”
he 1 said to take back this answer to Esther:
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
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
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
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!”
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.
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?”
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.