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The sons of Jehoiachin the exile: 1 Shealtiel his son,
“If a young 1 woman who is still living 2 in her father’s house makes a vow to the Lord or places herself under an obligation,
If she made the vow in her husband’s house or put herself under obligation with an oath,
“Any vow or sworn obligation that would bring affliction to her, 1 her husband can confirm or nullify. 2
and her husband heard about it, but remained silent about her, and did not overrule her, then all her vows will stand, and every obligation which she pledged for herself will stand.
So they approached the king and said to him, 1 “Did you not issue an edict to the effect that for the next thirty days anyone who prays to any god or human other than to you, O king, would be thrown into a den of lions?” The king replied, “That is correct, 2 according to the law of the Medes and Persians, which cannot be changed.”
If a man 1 makes a vow 2 to the Lord or takes an oath 3 of binding obligation on himself, 4 he must not break his word, but must do whatever he has promised. 5
and her father hears of her vow or the obligation to which she has pledged herself, and her father remains silent about her, 1 then all her vows will stand, 2 and every obligation to which she has pledged herself will stand.
They said to him, “We promise! 1 We will only take you prisoner and hand you over to them. We promise not to kill you.” They tied him up with two brand new ropes and led him up from the cliff.
The seventh time the servant 1 said, “Look, a small cloud, the size of the palm of a man’s hand, is rising up from the sea.” Elijah 2 then said, “Go and tell Ahab, ‘Hitch up the chariots and go down, so that the rain won’t overtake you.’” 3
Jehoram ordered, “Hitch up my chariot.” 1 When his chariot had been hitched up, 2 King Jehoram of Israel and King Ahaziah of Judah went out in their respective chariots 3 to meet Jehu. They met up with him 4 in the plot of land that had once belonged to Naboth of Jezreel.
One day, 1 as he was worshiping in the temple of his god Nisroch, 2 his sons 3 Adrammelech and Sharezer struck him down with the sword. 4 They escaped to the land of Ararat; his son Esarhaddon replaced him as king.
they came to Zerubbabel and the leaders 1 and said to them, “Let us help you build, 2 for like you we seek your God and we have been sacrificing to him 3 from the time 4 of King Esarhaddon 5 of Assyria, who brought us here.” 6
One day, 1 as he was worshiping 2 in the temple of his god Nisroch, 3 his sons Adrammelech and Sharezer struck him down with the sword. 4 They ran away to the land of Ararat; his son Esarhaddon replaced him as king.
Then those men came by collusion to the king and 1 said to him, 2 “Recall, 3 O king, that it is a law of the Medes and Persians that no edict or decree that the king issues can be changed.”
To all the supervisors of the kingdom, the prefects, satraps, counselors, and governors it seemed like a good idea for a royal edict to be issued and an interdict to be enforced. For the next thirty days anyone who prays 1 to any god or human other than you, O king, should be thrown into a den of lions.