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Ascend, O Lord, to your resting place, you and the ark of your strength!
Rise up, Lord! 1 O God, strike him down! 2 Do not forget the oppressed!
Rise up and help us! Rescue us 1 because of your loyal love!
And when the ark traveled, Moses would say, “Rise up, O Lord! May your enemies be scattered, and may those who hate you flee before you!”
Stand up angrily, 1 Lord! Rise up with raging fury against my enemies! 2 Wake up for my sake and execute the judgment you have decreed for them! 3
Rise up, Lord! 1 Don’t let men be defiant! 2 May the nations be judged in your presence!
Rise up, Lord! Confront him! 1 Knock him down! 2 Use your sword to rescue me from the wicked man! 3
Rise up, O God! Defend your honor! 1 Remember how fools insult you all day long! 2
Rise up, O God, and execute judgment on the earth! For you own 1 all the nations.
On top of each stand was a round opening three-quarters of a foot deep; 1 there were also supports and frames on top of the stands.
Now ascend, O Lord God, to your resting place, you and the ark of your strength! May your priests, O Lord God, experience your deliverance! 1 May your loyal followers rejoice in the prosperity you give! 2
Rise up, 1 Lord! Deliver me, my God! Yes, 2 you will strike 3 all my enemies on the jaw; you will break the teeth 4 of the wicked. 5
They say to a wooden idol, 1 ‘You are my father.’ They say to a stone image, ‘You gave birth to me.’ 2 Yes, they have turned away from me instead of turning to me. 3 Yet when they are in trouble, they say, ‘Come and save us!’
I will make many stumble. 1 They will fall over one another in their hurry to flee. 2 They will say, ‘Get up! Let’s go back to our own people. Let’s go back to our homelands because the enemy is coming to destroy us.’ 3
Each of the pillars was about 27 feet 1 high, about 18 feet 2 in circumference, three inches 3 thick, and hollow.
It sprouted and became a vine, spreading low to the ground; 1 its branches turning toward him, 2 its roots were under itself. 3 So it became a vine; it produced shoots and sent out branches.
Consider Assyria, 1 a cedar in Lebanon, 2 with beautiful branches, like a forest giving shade, and extremely tall; its top reached into the clouds.
They said, “Come on, let’s attack them, 1 for 2 we saw their land and it is very good. You seem lethargic, 3 but don’t hesitate 4 to invade and conquer 5 the land.
They got up at dawn and Samuel called to Saul on the roof, “Get up, so I can send you on your way.” So Saul got up and the two of them – he and Samuel – went outside.
and say ‘This is what the sovereign Lord says: Woe to those who sew bands 1 on all their wrists 2 and make headbands 3 for heads of every size to entrap people’s lives! 4 Will you entrap my people’s lives, yet preserve your own lives?