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Elisha 1 said to him, “Go in peace.” When he had gone a short distance, 2
Then Noah 1 sent out a dove 2 to see if the waters had receded 3 from the surface of the ground.
Early in the morning the men made a treaty with each other. 1 Isaac sent them off; they separated on good terms. 2
Do not take interest or profit from him, 1 but you must fear your God and your brother must live 2 with you.
In the jubilee year the field will return to the one from whom he bought it, the one to whom it belongs as landed property.
So Samuel spoke all the words of the Lord to the people who were asking him for a king.
So she left him and closed the door behind her and her sons. As they were bringing the containers to her, she was pouring the olive oil.
But Jehoshaphat asked, “Is there not a prophet of the Lord still here, that we may ask him?”
However, she 1 got angry at him 2 and went home 3 to her father’s house in Bethlehem in Judah. When she had been there four months,
Gehazi, the prophet Elisha’s servant, thought, 1 “Look, my master did not accept what this Syrian Naaman offered him. 2 As certainly as the Lord lives, I will run after him and accept something from him.”
“If a man divorces his wife and she leaves him and becomes another man’s wife, he may not take her back again. 1 Doing that would utterly defile the land. 2 But you, Israel, have given yourself as a prostitute to many gods. 3 So what makes you think you can return to me?” 4 says the Lord.
The king of Israel answered Jehoshaphat, “There is still one man through whom we can seek the Lord’s will. 1 But I despise 2 him because he does not prophesy prosperity for me, but disaster. His name is Micaiah son of Imlah. 3 Jehoshaphat said, “The king should not say such things.”
The king of Israel answered Jehoshaphat, “There is still one man through whom we can seek the Lord’s will. 1 But I despise 2 him because he does not prophesy prosperity for me, but always 3 disaster. His name is Micaiah son of Imlah. 4 Jehoshaphat said, “The king should not say such things!”