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ב (Bet) How can a young person 1 maintain a pure life? 2 By guarding it according to your instructions! 3
and I saw among the naive – I discerned among the youths 1 – a young man 2 who lacked wisdom. 3
Folly is bound up 1 in the heart of a child, 2 but the rod of discipline 3 will drive it far from him.
Woe to you, O land, when your king is childish, 1 and your princes feast in the morning!
When Israel was a young man, I loved him like a son, 1 and I summoned my son 2 out of Egypt.
If a virgin is engaged to a man and another man meets 1 her in the city and has sexual relations with 2 her,
Suppose a man comes across a virgin who is not engaged and overpowers and rapes 1 her and they are discovered.
There was a young man from Bethlehem 1 in Judah. He was a Levite who had been temporarily residing among the tribe of Judah. 2
Now Samuel was ministering before the Lord. The boy was dressed in a linen ephod.
along with Zadok, a young warrior, and twenty-two leaders from his family.
I was once young, now I am old. I have never seen a godly man abandoned, or his children 1 forced to search for food. 2
Even a young man 1 is known 2 by his actions, whether his activity is pure and whether it is right. 3
I answered, “Oh, Lord God, 1 I really 2 do not know how to speak well enough for that, 3 for I am too young.” 4
Now a young man, a Hebrew, a servant 1 of the captain of the guards, 2 was with us there. We told him our dreams, 3 and he interpreted the meaning of each of our respective dreams for us. 4
opened it, 1 and saw the child 2 – a boy, 3 crying! 4 – and she felt compassion 5 for him and said, “This is one of the Hebrews’ children.”
He captured a young man from Succoth 1 and interrogated him. The young man wrote down for him the names of Succoth’s officials and city leaders – seventy-seven men in all. 2
He ordered Jether his firstborn son, “Come on! 1 Kill them!” But Jether was too afraid to draw his sword, 2 because he was still young.
Once she had weaned him, she took him up with her, along with three bulls, an ephah 1 of flour, and a container 2 of wine. She brought him to the Lord’s house at Shiloh, even though he was young. 3
Now the priests would always treat the people in the following way: 1 Whenever anyone was making a sacrifice, while the meat was boiling, the priest’s attendant would come with a three-pronged fork 2 in his hand.
When the Philistine looked carefully at David, he despised him, for he was only a ruddy and handsome boy.