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He becomes the victim of his own destructive plans 1 and the violence he intended for others falls on his own head. 2
he is a diseased man. He is unclean. The priest must surely pronounce him unclean because of his infection on his head. 1
So their land will become an object of horror. 1 People will forever hiss out their scorn over it. All who pass that way will be filled with horror and will shake their heads in derision. 2
then he must confess 1 his sin that he has committed and must make full reparation, 2 add one fifth to it, and give it to whomever he wronged. 3
Listen from heaven and make a just decision about your servants’ claims. Condemn the guilty party, declare the other innocent, and give both of them what they deserve. 1
listen from heaven and make a just decision about your servants’ claims. Condemn the guilty party, declare the other innocent, and give both of them what they deserve. 1
let them bring royal attire which the king himself has worn and a horse on which the king himself has ridden – one bearing the royal insignia! 1
The wise man can see where he is going, 1 but the fool walks in darkness. Yet I also realized that the same fate 2 happens to them both. 3
He wears his desire for justice 1 like body armor, 2 and his desire to deliver is like a helmet on his head. 3 He puts on the garments of vengeance 4 and wears zeal like a robe.
“‘Therefore this is what the sovereign Lord says: As surely as I live, I will certainly repay him 1 for despising my oath and breaking my covenant!
but there is one who hears the sound of the trumpet yet does not heed the warning. Then the sword comes and sweeps him away. He will be responsible for his own death. 1
or anything about which he swears falsely. 1 He must restore it in full 2 and add one fifth to it; he must give it to its owner when he is found guilty. 3
Anyone who leaves your house will be responsible for his own death – we are innocent in that case! 1 But if anyone with you in the house is harmed, we will be responsible. 2
When David heard that Nabal had died, he said, “Praised be the Lord who has vindicated me and avenged the insult that I suffered from Nabal! 1 The Lord has kept his servant from doing evil, and he has repaid Nabal for his evil deeds.” 2 Then David sent word to Abigail and asked her to become his wife.