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But he added, “You cannot see my face, for no one can 1 see me and live.” 2
“‘If your brother 1 becomes impoverished and is indebted to you, 2 you must support 3 him; he must live 4 with you like a foreign resident. 5
Do not take interest or profit from him, 1 but you must fear your God and your brother must live 2 with you.
The mother of the child said, “As certainly as the Lord lives and as you live, I will not leave you.” So Elisha 1 got up and followed her back.
So you must keep 1 my statutes and my regulations; anyone who does so will live by keeping them. 2 I am the Lord.
The Lord said to Moses, “Make a poisonous snake and set it on a pole. When anyone who is bitten looks 1 at it, he will live.”
So Moses made a bronze snake and put it on a pole, so that if a snake had bitten someone, when he looked at the bronze snake he lived. 1
He replied, “While the child was still alive, I fasted and wept because I thought, 1 ‘Perhaps 2 the Lord will show pity and the child will live.
But I replied, “Should a man like me run away? Would someone like me flee to the temple in order to save his life? 1 I will not go!”
engages in usury and charges interest. Will he live? He will not! Because he has done all these abominable deeds he will certainly die. 1 He will bear the responsibility for his own death. 2
I gave them my statutes 1 and revealed my regulations to them. The one 2 who carries 3 them out will live by them! 4
These are the ones who now take oaths 1 in the name of the sinful idol goddess 2 of Samaria. They vow, 3 ‘As surely as your god 4 lives, O Dan,’ or ‘As surely as your beloved one 5 lives, O Beer Sheba!’ But they will fall down and not get up again.”
And the Lord God said, “Now 1 that the man has become like one of us, 2 knowing 3 good and evil, he must not be allowed 4 to stretch out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.”
Anyone who accidentally killed someone 1 without hating him at the time of the accident 2 could flee to one of those cities and be safe.
You said, “The Lord our God has shown us his great glory 1 and we have heard him speak from the middle of the fire. It is now clear to us 2 that God can speak to human beings and they can keep on living.
Now this is the law pertaining to one who flees there in order to live, 1 if he has accidentally killed another 2 without hating him at the time of the accident. 3
Suppose he goes with someone else 1 to the forest to cut wood and when he raises the ax 2 to cut the tree, the ax head flies loose 3 from the handle and strikes 4 his fellow worker 5 so hard that he dies. The person responsible 6 may then flee to one of these cities to save himself. 7
Taking an oath, David again 1 said, “Your father is very much aware of the fact 2 that I have found favor with you, and he has thought, 3 ‘Don’t let Jonathan know about this, or he will be upset.’ But as surely as the Lord lives and you live, there is about one step between me and death!”
“Now, my lord, as surely as the Lord lives and as surely as you live, it is the Lord who has kept you from shedding blood and taking matters into your own hands. Now may your enemies and those who seek to harm my lord be like Nabal.
But Ittai replied to the king, “As surely as the Lord lives and as my lord the king lives, wherever my lord the king is, whether dead or alive, 1 there I 2 will be as well!”