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but in the end 1 she is bitter 2 as wormwood, 3 sharp as a two-edged 4 sword.
he winks with his eyes, signals with his feet, and points with his fingers; 1
And another man 1 dies in bitterness of soul, 2 never having tasted 3 anything good.
They will lament loudly 1 over you and cry bitterly. They will throw dust on their heads and roll in the ashes; 2
Then they came to Marah, 1 but they were not able to drink 2 the waters of Marah, because 3 they were bitter. 4 (That is 5 why its name was 6 Marah.)
Are they not across the Jordan River, 1 toward the west, in the land of the Canaanites who live in the Arabah opposite Gilgal 2 near the oak 3 of Moreh?
The Lord saw Israel’s intense suffering; 1 everyone was weak and incapacitated and Israel had no deliverer. 2
David was very upset, for the men 1 were thinking of stoning him; 2 each man grieved bitterly 3 over his sons and daughters. But David drew strength from the Lord his God.
Then Abner called out to Joab, “Must the sword devour forever? Don’t you realize that this will turn bitter in the end? When will you tell the people to turn aside from pursuing their brothers?”
When the old prophet who had invited him to his house heard the news, 1 he said, “It is the prophet 2 who rebelled against the Lord. 3 The Lord delivered him over to the lion and it ripped him up 4 and killed him, just as the Lord warned him.” 5
But when she reached the prophet on the mountain, she grabbed hold of his feet. Gehazi came near to push her away, but the prophet said, “Leave her alone, for she is very upset. 1 The Lord has kept the matter hidden from me; he didn’t tell me about it.”