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(0.11)Heb 12:25

Take care not to refuse the one who is speaking! For if they did not escape when they refused the one who warned them on earth, how much less shall we, if we reject the one who warns from heaven?

(0.11)1Jo 5:20

And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us insight to know 1  him who is true, and we are in him who is true, in his Son Jesus Christ. This one 2  is the true God and eternal life.

(0.11)Rev 4:1

After these things I looked, and there was 1  a door standing open in heaven! 2  And the first voice I had heard speaking to me 3  like a trumpet 4  said: “Come up here so that 5  I can show you what must happen after these things.”

(0.11)Rev 12:10

Then 1  I heard a loud voice in heaven saying, “The salvation and the power and the kingdom of our God, and the ruling authority 2  of his Christ, 3  have now come, because the accuser of our brothers and sisters, 4  the one who accuses them day and night 5  before our God, has been thrown down.

(0.09)Jdg 14:16

So Samson’s bride cried on his shoulder 1  and said, “You must 2  hate me; you do not love me! You told the young men 3  a riddle, but you have not told me the solution.” He said to her, “Look, I have not even told my father or mother. Do you really expect me to tell you?” 4 

(0.09)1Sa 29:4

But the leaders of the Philistines became angry with him and said 1  to him, “Send the man back! Let him return to the place that you assigned him! Don’t let him go down with us into the battle, for he might become 2  our adversary in the battle. What better way to please his lord than with the heads of these men? 3 

(0.09)2Ki 19:23

Through your messengers you taunted the sovereign master, 1  ‘With my many chariots 2  I climbed up the high mountains, the slopes of Lebanon. I cut down its tall cedars, and its best evergreens. I invaded its most remote regions, 3  its thickest woods.

(0.09)2Ch 25:5

Amaziah assembled the people of Judah 1  and assigned them by families to the commanders of units of a thousand and the commanders of units of a hundred for all Judah and Benjamin. He counted those twenty years old and up and discovered there were 300,000 young men of fighting age 2  equipped with spears and shields. 3 

(0.09)2Ch 28:15

Men were assigned to take the prisoners and find clothes among the plunder for those who were naked. 1  So they clothed them, supplied them with sandals, gave them food and drink, and provided them with oil to rub on their skin. 2  They put the ones who couldn’t walk on donkeys. 3  They brought them back to their brothers at Jericho, 4  the city of the date palm trees, and then returned to Samaria.

(0.09)Ezr 3:8

In the second year after they had come to the temple of God in Jerusalem, 1  in the second month, Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel and Jeshua the son of Jozadak initiated the work, 2  along with the rest of their associates, 3  the priests and the Levites, and all those who were coming to Jerusalem from the exile. They appointed 4  the Levites who were at least twenty years old 5  to take charge of the work on the Lord’s temple.

(0.09)Psa 60:1

For the music director; according to the shushan-eduth style; 2  a prayer 3  of David written to instruct others. 4  It was written when he fought against Aram Naharaim and Aram-Zobah. That was when Joab turned back and struck down 5  12,000 Edomites 6  in the Valley of Salt. 7  O God, you have rejected us. 8  You suddenly turned on us in your anger. 9  Please restore us!

(0.09)Sos 5:1

The Lover to His Beloved: I have entered my garden, O my sister, my bride; I have gathered my myrrh with my balsam spice. I have eaten my honeycomb and my honey; I have drunk my wine and my milk! The Poet to the Couple: 1  Eat, friends, and drink! 2  Drink freely, O lovers!

(0.09)Jer 3:1

“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.

(0.09)Dan 4:19

Then Daniel (whose name is also Belteshazzar) was upset for a brief time; 1  his thoughts were alarming him. The king said, “Belteshazzar, don’t let the dream and its interpretation alarm you.” But Belteshazzar replied, “Sir, 2  if only the dream were for your enemies and its interpretation applied to your adversaries!

(0.09)Dan 5:21

He was driven from human society, his mind 1  was changed to that of an animal, he lived 2  with the wild donkeys, he was fed grass like oxen, and his body became damp with the dew of the sky, until he came to understand that the most high God rules over human kingdoms, and he appoints over them whomever he wishes.



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