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The Lord’s messenger did not appear again to Manoah and his wife. After all this happened Manoah realized that the visitor had been the Lord’s messenger. 1
There was a man named Manoah from Zorah, from the Danite tribe. His wife was infertile and childless. 1
Manoah said, “Now, when your announcement comes true, 1 how should the child be raised and what should he do?” 2
The Lord’s messenger told 1 Manoah, “Your wife should pay attention to everything I told her. 2
Manoah said to the Lord’s messenger, “Please stay here awhile, 1 so we can prepare a young goat for you to eat.” 2
Manoah said to the Lord’s messenger, “Tell us your name, so we can honor you when your announcement comes true.” 1
Manoah said to his wife, “We will certainly die, because we have seen a supernatural being!” 1
At that time, 1 Naomi, her mother-in-law, said to her, “My daughter, I must find a home for you so you will be secure. 2
The Lord’s messenger said to Manoah, “If I stay, 1 I will not eat your food. But if you want to make a burnt sacrifice to the Lord, you should offer it.” (He said this because Manoah did not know that he was the Lord’s messenger.) 2
God answered Manoah’s prayer. 1 God’s angelic messenger visited 2 the woman again while she was sitting in the field. But her husband Manoah was not with her.
So Manoah got up and followed his wife. When he met 1 the man, he said to him, “Are you the man who spoke to my wife?” 2 He said, “Yes.” 3
Manoah took a young goat and a grain offering and offered them on a rock to the Lord. The Lord’s messenger did an amazing thing as Manoah and his wife watched. 1
Wild animals and wild dogs will congregate there; 1 wild goats will bleat to one another. 2 Yes, nocturnal animals 3 will rest there and make for themselves a nest. 4
ג (Gimel) Judah 1 has departed into exile under 2 affliction and harsh oppression. 3 She 4 lives among the nations; she has found no resting place. All who pursued her overtook her in 5 narrow straits. 6
The dove could not find a resting place for its feet because water still covered 1 the surface of the entire earth, and so it returned to Noah 2 in the ark. He stretched out his hand, took the dove, 3 and brought it back into the ark. 4
Among those nations you will have no rest nor will there be a place of peaceful rest for the soles of your feet, for there the Lord will give you an anxious heart, failing eyesight, and a spirit of despair.
Manoah prayed to the Lord, 1 “Please, Lord, allow the man sent from God 2 to visit 3 us again, so he can teach 4 us how we should raise 5 the child who will be born.”
His brothers and all his family 1 went down and brought him back. 2 They buried him between Zorah and Eshtaol in the tomb of Manoah his father. He had led 3 Israel for twenty years.