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They say, “How does God know what we do? Is the sovereign one aware of what goes on?” 1
There is abundant food in the field 1 of the poor, but it is swept away by injustice. 2
A person who has friends 1 may be harmed by them, 2 but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.
Indeed, there is hope for your posterity. 1 Your children will return to their own territory. I, the Lord, affirm it! 2
All these had taken foreign wives, and some of them also had children by these women. 1
There were those who said, “With our sons and daughters, we are many. We must obtain 1 grain in order to eat and stay alive.”
There were others who said, “We are putting up our fields, our vineyards, and our houses as collateral in order to obtain grain during the famine.”
Then there were those who said, “We have borrowed money to pay our taxes to the king 1 on our fields and our vineyards.
Do not say to your neighbor, “Go! Return tomorrow and I will give it,” when 1 you have it with you at the time. 2
Likewise, know 1 that wisdom is sweet 2 to your soul; if you find it, 3 you will have a future, 4 and your hope will not be cut off.
When 1 the cloud remained over the tabernacle a number of days, 2 they remained camped according to the Lord’s commandment, 3 and according to the Lord’s commandment they would journey.
And when 1 the cloud remained only 2 from evening until morning, when the cloud was taken up 3 the following morning, then they traveled on. Whether by day or by night, when the cloud was taken up they traveled.
During the days of my fleeting life 1 I have seen both 2 of these things: Sometimes 3 a righteous person dies prematurely 4 in spite of 5 his righteousness, and sometimes 6 a wicked person lives long 7 in spite of his evil deeds.
The land of Egypt is before you; settle your father and your brothers in the best region of the land. They may live in the land of Goshen. If you know of any highly capable men 1 among them, put them in charge 2 of my livestock.”
Gideon said to him, “Pardon me, 1 but if the Lord is with us, why has such disaster 2 overtaken us? Where are all his miraculous deeds our ancestors told us about? They said, 3 ‘Did the Lord not bring us up from Egypt?’ But now the Lord has abandoned us and handed us over to Midian.”
And now, though we share the same flesh and blood as our fellow countrymen, 1 and our children are just like their children, 2 still we have found it necessary to subject our sons and daughters to slavery. 3 Some of our daughters have been subjected to slavery, while we are powerless to help, 4 since our fields and vineyards now belong to other people.” 5
Here is 1 another 2 enigma 3 that occurs on earth: Sometimes there are righteous people who get what the wicked deserve, 4 and sometimes there are wicked people who get what the righteous deserve. 5 I said, “This also is an enigma.”
“There will be harsh condemnation for the hypocrite who has a valuable male animal in his flock but vows and sacrifices something inferior to the Lord. For I am a great king,” 1 says the Lord who rules over all, “and my name is awesome among the nations.”
When he left there, he met 1 Jehonadab, son of Rekab, who had been looking for him. 2 Jehu greeted him and asked, 3 “Are you as committed to me as I am to you?” 4 Jehonadab answered, “I am!” Jehu replied, “If so, give me your hand.” 5 So he offered his hand and Jehu 6 pulled him up into the chariot.