Hiram asked, 1 “Why did you give me these cities, my friend 2 ?” He called that area the region of Cabul, a name which it has retained to this day. 3
David was angry because the Lord attacked Uzzah; 1 so he called that place Perez Uzzah, 2 which remains its name to this very day.
But if that nation does what displeases me and does not obey me, then I will cancel the good I promised to do to it.
But when the chief priests and the experts in the law 1 saw the wonderful things he did and heard the children crying out in the temple courts, 2 “Hosanna to the Son of David,” they became indignant
But 1 they have no root in themselves and do not endure. 2 Then, when trouble or persecution comes because of the word, immediately they fall away.
When Jesus was aware 1 that his disciples were complaining 2 about this, he said to them, “Does this cause you to be offended? 3
For this reason a woman should have a symbol of authority 1 on her head, because of the angels. 2
“Therefore, I became provoked at that generation and said, ‘Their hearts are always wandering 1 and they have not known my ways.’
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!
If she does not please 1 her master, who has designated her 2 for himself, then he must let her be redeemed. 3 He has no right 4 to sell her to a foreign nation, because he has dealt deceitfully 5 with her.
And Moses said to the Lord, “Why have you afflicted 1 your servant? Why have I not found favor in your sight, that 2 you lay the burden of this entire people on me?
The sons of Judah: Er, Onan, and Shelah. These three were born to him by Bathshua, 1 a Canaanite woman. Er, Judah’s firstborn, displeased the Lord, so the Lord killed him. 2
This will happen because the people of Israel and Judah have repeatedly done what displeases me 1 from their earliest history until now 2 and because they 3 have repeatedly made me angry by the things they have done. 4 I, the Lord, affirm it! 5
We will obey what the Lord our God to whom we are sending you tells us to do. It does not matter whether we like what he tells us or not. We will obey what he tells us to do so that things will go well for us.” 1
If a man marries a woman and she does not please him because he has found something offensive 1 in her, then he may draw up a divorce document, give it to her, and evict her from his house.
Edom 1 says, “Though we are devastated, we will once again build the ruined places.” So the Lord who rules over all 2 responds, “They indeed may build, but I will overthrow. They will be known as 3 the land of evil, the people with whom the Lord is permanently displeased.
Now Herod 1 was having an angry quarrel 2 with the people of Tyre 3 and Sidon. 4 So they joined together 5 and presented themselves before him. And after convincing 6 Blastus, the king’s personal assistant, 7 to help them, 8 they asked for peace, 9 because their country’s food supply was provided by the king’s country.