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Hezekiah ordered the burnt sacrifice to be offered on the altar. As they began to offer the sacrifice, they also began to sing to the Lord, accompanied by the trumpets and the musical instruments of King David of Israel.
When humankind 1 began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born 2 to them, 3
Cush was the father of 1 Nimrod; he began to be a valiant warrior on the earth.
Then the man 1 searched. He began with the oldest and finished with the youngest. The cup was found in Benjamin’s sack!
as well as 1 to distinguish between the holy and the common, and between the unclean and the clean, 2
Then Saul built an altar for the Lord; it was the first time he had built an altar for the Lord.
In those days the Lord began to reduce the size of Israel’s territory. 1 Hazael attacked their eastern border. 2
Cush was the father of Nimrod, who established himself as a mighty warrior on earth. 1
I acted for the sake of my reputation, so that I would not be profaned before the nations in whose sight I had brought them out.
In the eighth year of his reign, while he was still young, he began to seek the God of his ancestor 1 David. In his twelfth year he began ridding 2 Judah and Jerusalem of the high places, Asherah poles, idols, and images.
The Lord said to me, “Look! I have already begun to give over Sihon and his land to you. Start right now to take his land as your possession.”
On that day I will carry out 1 against Eli everything that I spoke about his house – from start to finish!
In those days the Lord prompted King Rezin of Syria and Pekah son of Remaliah to attack Judah. 1
He wholeheartedly and successfully reinstituted service in God’s temple and obedience to the law, in order to follow his God. 1
I acted for the sake of my reputation, 1 so that I would not be profaned before the nations among whom they lived, 2 before whom I revealed myself by bringing them out of the land of Egypt. 3
But I refrained from doing so, 1 and acted instead for the sake of my reputation, so that I would not be profaned before the nations in whose sight I had brought them out.
The exiles of this fortress 1 of the people of Israel will take possession 2 of what belongs to the people of Canaan, as far as Zarephath, 3 and the exiles of Jerusalem 4 who are in Sepharad 5 will take possession of the towns of the Negev.
Then Moses said to Aaron, “Take the censer, put burning coals from the altar in it, place incense on it, and go quickly into the assembly and make atonement for them, for wrath has gone out from the Lord – the plague has begun!”
So Aaron did 1 as Moses commanded 2 and ran into the middle of the assembly, where the plague was just beginning among the people. So he placed incense on the coals and made atonement for the people.
Get up, make your way across Wadi Arnon. Look! I have already delivered over to you Sihon the Amorite, king of Heshbon, 1 and his land. Go ahead! Take it! Engage him in war!