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He made the camels kneel down by the well 1 outside the city. It was evening, 2 the time when the women would go out to draw water.
which I reserve for the time of trouble, for the day of war and battle? 1
Do not reject me in my old age! 1 When my strength fails, do not abandon me!
We hoped for good fortune, but nothing good has come of it. We hoped for a time of relief, but instead we experience terror. 1
You burn them up like a fiery furnace 1 when you appear; 2 the Lord angrily devours them; 3 the fire consumes them.
In the evening there is sudden terror; 1 by morning they vanish. 2 This is the fate of those who try to plunder us, the destiny of those who try to loot us! 3
In the spring, at the time when kings normally conduct wars, 1 Joab led the army into battle and devastated the land of the Ammonites. He went and besieged Rabbah, while David stayed in Jerusalem. Joab defeated Rabbah and tore it down.
When 1 the dove returned to him in the evening, there was 2 a freshly plucked olive leaf in its beak! Noah knew that the waters had receded from the earth.
I will get revenge and pay them back at the time their foot slips; for the day of their disaster is near, and the impending judgment 1 is rushing upon them!”
Each day men came to help David until his army became very large. 1
While the battle raged throughout the day, the king stood propped up in his chariot opposite the Syrians. He died in the evening as the sun was setting.
For this reason every one of your faithful followers 1 should pray to you while there is a window of opportunity. 2 Certainly 3 when the surging water 4 rises, it will not reach them. 5
So he approached the place where I was standing. As he came, I felt terrified and fell flat on the ground. 1 Then he said to me, “Understand, son of man, 2 that the vision pertains to the time of the end.”
It will happen in one day (a day known to the Lord); not in the day or the night, but in the evening there will be light. 1
At sunset Joshua ordered his men to take them down from the trees. 1 They threw them into the cave where they had hidden and piled large stones over the mouth of the cave. (They remain to this very day.) 2
Later during the mealtime Boaz said to her, “Come here and have 1 some food! Dip your bread 2 in the vinegar!” So she sat down beside the harvesters. Then he handed 3 her some roasted grain. She ate until she was full and saved the rest. 4
In the spring of the year, at the time when kings 1 normally conduct wars, 2 David sent out Joab with his officers 3 and the entire Israelite army. 4 They defeated the Ammonites and besieged Rabbah. But David stayed behind in Jerusalem. 5
One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of his palace. 1 From the roof he saw a woman bathing. Now this woman was very attractive. 2
When Solomon became old, his wives shifted his allegiance to 1 other gods; he was not wholeheartedly devoted to the Lord his God, as his father David had been. 2
The rest of the events of Asa’s reign, including all his successes and accomplishments, as well as a record of the cities he built, are recorded in the scroll called the Annals of the Kings of Judah. 1 Yet when he was very old he developed a foot disease. 2