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Fine gold cannot be given in exchange for it, nor can its price be weighed out in silver.
For you will extend your great loyal love to me, 1 and will deliver my life 2 from the depths of Sheol. 3
But if the bright spot stays in its place and has not spread, 1 it is the scar of the boil, so the priest is to pronounce him clean. 2
Joshua sent messengers who ran to the tent. The things were hidden right in his tent, with the silver underneath. 1
And surely, he drew you 1 from the mouth of distress, to a wide place, unrestricted, 2 and to the comfort 3 of your table filled with rich food. 4
The horn that was broken 1 and in whose place there arose four others stands for four kingdoms that will arise from his nation, though they will not have his strength.
But if the bright spot stays in its place, has not spread on the skin, 1 and it has faded, then it is the swelling of the burn, so the priest is to pronounce him clean, 2 because it is the scar of the burn.
Her father said, “I really thought 1 you absolutely despised 2 her, so I gave her to your best man. Her younger sister is more attractive than she is. Take her instead!” 3
Take the choice bone of the flock, heap up bones under it; boil rapidly, and boil its bones in it.
The male goat acted even more arrogantly. But no sooner had the large horn become strong than it was broken, and there arose four conspicuous horns 1 in its place, 2 extending toward the four winds of the sky. 3
When you hear the signal from the ram’s horn, 1 have the whole army give a loud battle cry. 2 Then the city wall will collapse 3 and the warriors should charge straight ahead.” 4
The rams’ horns sounded 1 and when the army 2 heard the signal, 3 they gave a loud battle cry. 4 The wall collapsed 5 and the warriors charged straight ahead into the city and captured it. 6
I saw among the goods we seized a nice robe from Babylon, 1 two hundred silver pieces, 2 and a bar of gold weighing fifty shekels. I wanted them, so I took them. They are hidden in the ground right in the middle of my tent with the silver underneath.”
King Ahaz took off the frames of the movable stands, and removed the basins from them. He took “The Sea” 1 down from the bronze bulls that supported it 2 and put it on the pavement.
Jonah left the city and sat down east 1 of it. 2 He made a shelter for himself there and sat down under it in the shade to see what would happen to the city. 3
On that day 1 I will make the leaders of Judah like an igniter 2 among sticks and a burning torch among sheaves, and they will burn up all the surrounding nations right and left. Then the people of Jerusalem will settle once more in their place, the city of Jerusalem.
All the land will change and become like the Arabah 1 from Geba to Rimmon, 2 south of Jerusalem; and Jerusalem will be raised up and will stay in its own place from the Benjamin Gate to the site of the First Gate 3 and on to the Corner Gate, 4 and from the Tower of Hananel to the royal winepresses. 5