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Asher’s 1 food will be rich, 2 and he will provide delicacies 3 to royalty.
But some men from Asher, Manasseh, and Zebulun humbled themselves and came to Jerusalem.
She is like 1 a tree of life 2 to those who obtain her, 3 and everyone who grasps hold of her will be blessed. 4
You 1 go get straw for yourselves wherever you can 2 find it, because there will be no reduction at all in your workload.’”
“He will then make one of the turtledoves 1 or young pigeons, which are within his means, 2
He replied, “Don’t be afraid, for our side outnumbers them.” 1
Since you are precious and special in my sight, 1 and I love you, I will hand over people in place of you, nations in place of your life.
You are to sanctify the breast of the wave offering and the thigh of the contribution, 1 which were waved and lifted up as a contribution from the ram of consecration, from what belongs to Aaron and to his sons.
Then the priest will offer one for a purification offering 1 and the other 2 as a burnt offering, 3 and make atonement 4 for him, because of his transgression 5 in regard to the corpse. So he must reconsecrate 6 his head on that day.
The border of Manasseh went 1 from Asher to Micmethath which is near 2 Shechem. It then went south toward those who live in Tappuah.
The battle there was spread out over the whole area, and the forest consumed more soldiers than the sword devoured that day.
I will become his father and he will become my son. I will never withhold my loyal love from him, as I withheld it from the one who ruled before you. 1
So I perceived there is nothing better than for people 1 to enjoy their work, 2 because that is their 3 reward; for who can show them what the future holds? 4
You are tired out from listening to so much advice. 1 Let them take their stand – the ones who see omens in the sky, who gaze at the stars, who make monthly predictions – let them rescue you from the disaster that is about to overtake you! 2
As they fled from Israel on the slope leading down from 1 Beth Horon, the Lord threw down on them large hailstones from the sky, 2 all the way to Azekah. They died – in fact, more died from the hailstones than the Israelites killed with the sword.
Samson said, “Let me die with the Philistines!” He pushed hard 1 and the temple collapsed on the rulers and all the people in it. He killed many more people in his death than he had killed during his life. 2
Take note of 1 the field where the men 2 are harvesting and follow behind with the female workers. 3 I will tell the men 4 to leave you alone. 5 When you are thirsty, you may go to 6 the water jars 7 and drink some of the water 8 the servants draw.” 9
Now some of the officers of the Judean army and their troops had been hiding in the countryside. They heard that the king of Babylon had appointed Gedaliah son of Ahikam to govern 1 the country. They also heard that he had been put in charge over the men, women, and children from the poorer classes of the land who had not been carried off into exile in Babylon. 2
“All the servants of the king and the people of the king’s provinces know that there is only one law applicable 1 to any man or woman who comes uninvited to the king in the inner court – that person will be put to death, unless the king extends to him the gold scepter, permitting him to be spared. 2 Now I have not been invited to come to the king for some thirty days!”