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They invade like lumberjacks swinging their axes in a thick forest. 1
Who can really fathom the intensity of your anger? 1 Your raging fury causes people to fear you. 2
Certainly 1 the Lord guards the way of the godly, 2 but the way of the wicked ends in destruction. 3
The Lord watches over the innocent day by day 1 and they possess a permanent inheritance. 2
The one who conducts himself 1 in integrity 2 will live 3 securely, but the one who behaves perversely 4 will be found out.
A righteous person cares for 1 the life of his animal, but even the most compassionate acts 2 of the wicked are cruel.
A fool’s annoyance 1 is known at once, 2 but the prudent 3 overlooks 4 an insult.
The heart knows its own bitterness, 1 and with its joy no one else 2 can share. 3
The truly wise person 1 restrains 2 his words, and the one who stays calm 3 is discerning.
for suddenly their destruction will overtake them, 1 and who knows the ruinous judgment both the Lord and the king can bring? 2
Now I am sending you Huram Abi, 1 a skilled and capable man,
Why should the nations say, “Where is their God?” Before our very eyes may the shed blood of your servants be avenged among the nations! 1
So what advantage does a wise man have over a fool? 1 And what advantage 2 does a pauper gain by knowing how to survive? 3
Who knows? Perhaps he will be compassionate and grant a reprieve, 1 and leave blessing in his wake 2 – a meal offering and a drink offering for you to offer to the Lord your God! 3
Who knows? 1 Perhaps God might be willing to change his mind and relent 2 and turn from his fierce anger 3 so that we might not die.” 4
The previous abundance of the land will not be remembered 1 because of the famine that follows, for the famine will be very severe. 2
Now, my dear, don’t worry! 1 I intend to do for you everything you propose, 2 for everyone in the village 3 knows that you are a worthy woman. 4
So she slept beside him 1 until morning. She woke up while it was still dark. 2 Boaz thought, 3 “No one must know that a woman visited the threshing floor.” 4
He replied, “While the child was still alive, I fasted and wept because I thought, 1 ‘Perhaps 2 the Lord will show pity and the child will live.
Who knows if he will be a wise man or a fool? Yet 1 he will be master over all the fruit of 2 my labor 3 for which I worked so wisely 4 on earth! 5 This also is futile!