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Nineveh was like a pool 1 of water 2 throughout her days, 3 but now 4 her people 5 are running away; 6 she cries out: 7 “Stop! Stop!” – but no one turns back. 8
the young men would see me and step aside, 1 and the old men would get up and remain standing;
Today they stand firm by your decrees, for all things are your servants.
So Moses said to them, “Remain 1 here and I will hear 2 what the Lord will command concerning you.”
The fifty members of the prophetic guild went and stood opposite them at a distance, while Elijah and Elisha 1 stood by the Jordan.
And I have waited. 1 But because they do not speak, because they stand there and answer no more,
Because of my condition, 1 even my friends and acquaintances keep their distance; 2 my neighbors stand far away. 3
Wild donkeys stand on the hilltops and pant for breath like jackals. Their eyes are strained looking for food, because there is none to be found.” 1
But if they had stood in my inner circle, 1 they would have proclaimed my message to my people. They would have caused my people to turn from their wicked ways and stop doing the evil things they are doing.
And they must stand as your towns of refuge from the avenger in order that the killer may not die until he has stood trial before the community.
So David went, accompanied by his six hundred men. When he came to the Wadi Besor, those who were in the rear stayed there. 1
They were absolutely terrified 1 and said, “Look, two kings could not stop him! 2 How can we?” 3
Only Jonathan son of Asahel and Jahzeiah son of Tikvah were 1 against this, assisted by Meshullam and Shabbethai the Levite.
Ezra opened the book in plain view 1 of all the people, for he was elevated above all the people. When he opened the book, 2 all the people stood up.
In the shadows of the walls of Heshbon those trying to escape will stand helpless. For a fire will burst forth from Heshbon. Flames will shoot out from the former territory of Sihon. They will burn the foreheads of the people of Moab, the skulls of those war-loving people. 1
O Israel, you have sinned since the time 1 of Gibeah, and there you have remained. Did not war overtake the evildoers in Gibeah?
He must remain 1 in that city until his case is decided by the assembly 2 and the high priest dies. 3 Then the one who committed manslaughter may return home to the city from which he escaped.” 4
These were the cities of refuge 1 appointed for all the Israelites and for resident foreigners living among them. Anyone who accidentally killed someone could escape there and not be executed by 2 the avenger of blood, at least until his case was reviewed by the assembly. 3
But Joash said to all those who confronted him, 1 “Must you fight Baal’s battles? 2 Must you rescue him? Whoever takes up his cause 3 will die by morning! 4 If he really is a god, let him fight his own battles! 5 After all, it was his altar that was pulled down.” 6
You will not fight in this battle. Take your positions, stand, and watch the Lord deliver you, 1 O Judah and Jerusalem. Don’t be afraid and don’t panic! 2 Tomorrow march out toward them; the Lord is with you!’”