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At an appointed time he will again invade the south, but this latter visit will not turn out the way the former one did.
Is anything impossible 1 for the Lord? I will return to you when the season comes round again and Sarah will have a son.” 2
So Sarah became pregnant 1 and bore Abraham a son in his old age at the appointed time that God had told him.
The next morning Jonathan, along with a young servant, went out to the field to meet David.
The woman did conceive, and at the specified time the next year she gave birth to a son, just as Elisha had told her.
Then he said, “I am going to inform you about what will happen in the latter time of wrath, for the vision 1 pertains to the appointed time of the end.
But I will establish my covenant with Isaac, whom Sarah will bear to you at this set time next year.”
“You must keep the Feast of Unleavened Bread. For seven days 1 you must eat bread made without yeast, as I commanded you; do this 2 at the appointed time of the month Abib, for in the month Abib you came out of Egypt.
He waited for seven days, the time period indicated by Samuel. 1 But Samuel did not come to Gilgal, and the army began to abandon Saul. 2
He said, “About this time next year 1 you will be holding a son.” She said, “No, my master! O prophet, do not lie to your servant!”
These two kings, their minds 1 filled with evil intentions, will trade 2 lies with one another at the same table. But it will not succeed, for there is still an end at the appointed time.
Even some of the wise will stumble, resulting in their refinement, purification, and cleansing until the time of the end, for it is still for the appointed time.
For the message is a witness to what is decreed; 1 it gives reliable testimony about how matters will turn out. 2 Even if the message 3 is not fulfilled right away, wait patiently; 4 for it will certainly come to pass – it will not arrive late.
You are to observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread; seven days 1 you must eat bread made without yeast, as I commanded you, at the appointed time of the month of Abib, for at that time 2 you came out of Egypt. No one may appear before 3 me empty-handed.
When the king of Ai saw Israel, he and his whole army quickly got up the next day and went out to fight Israel at the meeting place near the Arabah. 1 But he did not realize 2 men were hiding behind the city. 3
So the cook picked up the leg and brought it and set it in front of Saul. Samuel 1 said, “What was kept is now set before you! Eat, for it has been kept for you for this meeting time, from the time I said, ‘I have invited the people.’” So Saul ate with Samuel that day.
But Samuel said, “What have you done?” Saul replied, “When I saw that the army had started to abandon me 1 and that you didn’t come at the appointed time and that the Philistines had assembled at Micmash,
Then I heard the man clothed in linen who was over the waters of the river as he raised both his right and left hands to the sky 1 and made an oath by the one who lives forever: “It is for a time, times, and half a time. Then, when the power of the one who shatters 2 the holy people has been exhausted, all these things will be finished.”