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For I envied those who are proud, as I observed 1 the prosperity 2 of the wicked.
The Lord is on my side 1 as my helper. 2 I look in triumph on those who hate me.
In the north 1 when he is at work, 2 I do not see him; 3 when he turns 4 to the south, I see no trace of him.
If I have seen anyone about to perish for lack of clothing, or a poor man without a coat,
if I looked at the sun 1 when it was shining, and the moon advancing as a precious thing,
“How long must I see the enemy’s battle flags and hear the military signals of their bugles?” 1
But Elijah said, “As certainly as the Lord who rules over all 1 lives (whom I serve), 2 I will make an appearance before him today.”
If 1 he passes by me, I cannot see 2 him, 3 if he goes by, I cannot perceive him. 4
if I have raised my hand 1 to vote against the orphan, when I saw my support in the court, 2
When I look up at the heavens, which your fingers made, and see the moon and the stars, which you set in place, 1
For how can I go back to my father if the boy is not with me? I couldn’t bear to see 1 my father’s pain.” 2
But if you are going to deal 1 with me like this, then kill me immediately. 2 If I have found favor in your sight then do not let me see my trouble.” 3
He said, “I will reject them, 1 I will see what will happen to them; for they are a perverse generation, children 2 who show no loyalty.
“I thought, ‘I will no longer see the Lord 1 in the land of the living, I will no longer look on humankind with the inhabitants of the world. 2
So I said to the Lord, 1 “O Lord who rules over all, 2 you are a just judge! You examine people’s hearts and minds. 3 I want to see you pay them back for what they have done because I trust you to vindicate my cause.” 4
O Lord who rules over all, 1 you test and prove the righteous. You see into people’s hearts and minds. 2 Pay them back for what they have done because I trust you to vindicate my cause.
I must endure 1 the Lord’s anger, for I have sinned against him. But then 2 he will defend my cause, 3 and accomplish justice on my behalf. He will lead me out into the light; I will experience firsthand 4 his deliverance. 5
Then she went and sat down by herself across from him at quite a distance, about a bowshot 1 away; for she thought, 2 “I refuse to watch the child die.” 3 So she sat across from him and wept uncontrollably. 4
You must also say, ‘In fact your servant Jacob is behind us.’” 1 Jacob thought, 2 “I will first appease him 3 by sending a gift ahead of me. 4 After that I will meet him. 5 Perhaps he will accept me.” 6
and the Lord said to Moses: “Tell Aaron your brother that he must not enter at any time into the holy place inside the veil-canopy 1 in front of the atonement plate 2 that is on the ark so that he may not die, for I will appear in the cloud over the atonement plate.