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For if you refuse to release them 1 and continue holding them, 2
I will shoot three arrows near it, as though I were shooting at a target.
1 The Lord said to Moses, “Pharaoh’s heart is hard; 2 he refuses to release 3 the people.
But if you refuse to release them, then I am going to plague 1 all your territory with frogs. 2
But if you refuse to release my people, I am going to bring 1 locusts 2 into your territory 3 tomorrow.
David replied to him, “How is it that you were not afraid to reach out your hand to destroy the Lord’s anointed?”
but the goat which has been designated by lot for Azazel is to be stood alive 1 before the Lord to make atonement on it by sending it away to Azazel into the wilderness. 2
The Lord rewards each man for his integrity and loyalty. 1 Even though today the Lord delivered you into my hand, I was not willing to extend my hand against the Lord’s chosen one.
Then Absalom sent a message to Joab asking him to send him to the king, but Joab was not willing to come to him. So he sent a second message to him, but he still was not willing to come.
Everyone was supposed to free their male and female Hebrew slaves. No one was supposed to keep a fellow Judean enslaved. 1
But this one from Israel’s royal family 1 rebelled against the king of Babylon 2 by sending his emissaries to Egypt to obtain horses and a large army. Will he prosper? Will the one doing these things escape? Can he break the covenant and escape?
But Pharaoh said, “Who is the Lord 1 that 2 I should obey him 3 by releasing 4 Israel? I do not know the Lord, 5 and I will not release Israel!”
He said to his men, “May the Lord keep me far away from doing such a thing to my lord, who is the Lord’s chosen one, 1 by extending my hand against him. After all, 2 he is the Lord’s chosen one.” 3
The king replied, “How is the young man Absalom?” Ahimaaz replied, “I saw a great deal of confusion when Joab was sending the king’s servant and me, your servant, but I don’t know what it was all about.”
In those days while Mordecai was sitting at the king’s gate, Bigthan 1 and Teresh, 2 two of the king’s eunuchs who protected the entrance, 3 became angry and plotted to assassinate 4 King Ahasuerus.
But the thought of striking out against 1 Mordecai alone was repugnant to him, for he had been informed 2 of the identity of Mordecai’s people. 3 So Haman sought to destroy all the Jews (that is, the people of Mordecai) 4 who were in all the kingdom of Ahasuerus.
it was found written that Mordecai had disclosed that Bigthana 1 and Teresh, two of the king’s eunuchs who guarded the entrance, had plotted to assassinate 2 King Ahasuerus.
The Jews assembled themselves in their cities throughout all the provinces of King Ahasuerus to strike out against those who were seeking their harm. No one was able to stand before them, for dread of them fell on all the peoples.
All the people and their leaders had agreed to this. They had agreed to free their male and female slaves and not keep them enslaved any longer. They originally complied with the covenant and freed them. 1
Then the king said to the messengers 1 who were stationed beside him, “Turn and kill the priests of the Lord, for they too have sided 2 with David! They knew he was fleeing, but they did not inform me.” But the king’s servants refused to harm 3 the priests of the Lord.