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(0.19)2Ki 6:33

He was still talking to them when 1  the messenger approached 2  and said, “Look, the Lord is responsible for this disaster! 3  Why should I continue to wait for the Lord to help?”

(0.19)2Ki 10:10

Therefore take note that not one of the judgments the Lord announced against Ahab’s dynasty has failed to materialize. The Lord had done what he announced through his servant Elijah.” 1 

(0.19)2Ki 20:17

‘Look, a time is 1  coming when everything in your palace and the things your ancestors have accumulated to this day will be carried away to Babylon; nothing will be left,’ says the Lord.

(0.19)2Ki 22:20

‘Therefore I will allow you to die and be buried in peace. 1  You will not have to witness 2  all the disaster I will bring on this place.’”’” Then they reported back to the king.

(0.19)2Ch 16:9

Certainly 1  the Lord watches the whole earth carefully 2  and is ready to strengthen those who are devoted to him. 3  You have acted foolishly in this matter; from now on you will have war.

(0.19)2Ch 18:12

Now the messenger who went to summon Micaiah said to him, “Look, the prophets are in complete agreement that the king will succeed. 1  Your words must agree with theirs; you must predict success!” 2 

(0.19)2Ch 31:2

Hezekiah appointed the divisions of the priests and Levites to do their assigned tasks 1  – to offer burnt sacrifices and present offerings and to serve, give thanks, and offer praise in the gates of the Lord’s sanctuary. 2 

(0.19)2Ch 32:11

Hezekiah says, “The Lord our God will rescue us from the power 1  of the king of Assyria.” But he is misleading you and you will die of hunger and thirst! 2 

(0.19)2Ch 32:12

Hezekiah is the one who eliminated 1  the Lord’s 2  high places and altars and then told Judah and Jerusalem, “At one altar you must worship and offer sacrifices.”

(0.19)2Ch 32:13

Are you not aware of what I and my predecessors 1  have done to all the nations of the surrounding lands? Have the gods of the surrounding lands actually been able to rescue their lands from my power? 2 

(0.19)2Ch 34:28

‘Therefore I will allow you to die and be buried in peace. 1  You will not have to witness all the disaster I will bring on this place and its residents.’”’” Then they reported back to the king.

(0.19)Ezr 4:19

So I gave orders, 1  and it was determined 2  that this city from long ago has been engaging in insurrection against kings. It has continually engaged in 3  rebellion and revolt.

(0.19)Ezr 9:14

Shall we once again break your commandments and intermarry with these abominable peoples? Would you not be so angered by us that you would wipe us out, with no survivor or remnant?

(0.19)Neh 2:20

I responded to them by saying, “The God of heaven will prosper us. We his servants will start the rebuilding. 1  But you have no just or ancient right in Jerusalem.” 2 

(0.19)Neh 6:7

You have also established prophets to announce 1  in Jerusalem 2  on your behalf, ‘We have a king in Judah!’ Now the king is going to hear about these rumors. So come on! Let’s talk about this.” 3 

(0.19)Job 1:10

Have you 1  not made a hedge 2  around him and his household and all that he has on every side? You have blessed 3  the work of his hands, and his livestock 4  have increased 5  in the land.

(0.19)Psa 39:1

For the music director, Jeduthun; a psalm of David. I decided, 2  “I will watch what I say and make sure I do not sin with my tongue. 3  I will put a muzzle over my mouth while in the presence of an evil man.” 4 

(0.19)Psa 68:16

Why do you look with envy, 1  O mountains 2  with many peaks, at the mountain where God has decided to live? 3  Indeed 4  the Lord will live there 5  permanently!

(0.19)Pro 6:3

then, my child, do this in order to deliver yourself, 1  because you have fallen into your neighbor’s power: 2  go, humble yourself, 3  and appeal firmly 4  to your neighbor.

(0.19)Ecc 3:19

For the fate of humans 1  and the fate of animals are the same: As one dies, so dies the other; both have the same breath. There is no advantage for humans over animals, for both are fleeting.



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