In the thirty-sixth year of Asa’s reign, King Baasha of Israel attacked Judah, and he established Ramah as a military outpost to prevent anyone from leaving or entering the land of King Asa of Judah. 1
So this is what the Lord says about the king of Assyria: ‘He will not enter this city, nor will he shoot an arrow here. 1 He will not attack it with his shielded warriors, 2 nor will he build siege works against it.
They have built places here 1 for worship of the god Baal so that they could sacrifice their children as burnt offerings to him in the fire. Such sacrifices 2 are something I never commanded them to make! They are something I never told them to do! Indeed, such a thing never even entered my mind!
The sounds of battle 1 will resound to the ends of the earth. For the Lord will bring charges against the nations. 2 He will pass judgment on all humankind and will hand the wicked over to be killed in war.’ 3 The Lord so affirms it! 4
But when they came in and took possession of it, they did not obey you or live as you had instructed them. They did not do anything that you commanded them to do. 1 So you brought all this disaster on them.
The Lord 1 said to the man dressed in linen, “Go between the wheelwork 2 underneath the cherubim. 3 Fill your hands with burning coals from among the cherubim and scatter them over the city.” He went as I watched.
I will throw my net over him and he will be caught in my snare; I will bring him to Babylon and judge him there because of the unfaithfulness he committed against me.
“At the time of the end the king of the south will attack 1 him. Then the king of the north will storm against him 2 with chariots, horsemen, and a large armada of ships. 3 He 4 will invade lands, passing through them like an overflowing river. 5
Then Paul took the men the next day, 1 and after he had purified himself 2 along with them, he went to the temple and gave notice 3 of the completion of the days of purification, 4 when 5 the sacrifice would be offered for each 6 of them.
O my soul, do not come into their council, do not be united to their assembly, my heart, 1 for in their anger they have killed men, and for pleasure they have hamstrung oxen.
Aaron will bear the names of the sons of Israel in the breastpiece of decision over his heart 1 when he goes into the holy place, for a memorial before the Lord continually.
Moses and Aaron then entered into the Meeting Tent. When they came out, they blessed the people, and the glory of the Lord appeared to all the people.
from thirty years old and upward to fifty years old, everyone who entered to do the work of service and the work of carrying 1 relating to the tent of meeting –
“‘This is the law: When a man dies 1 in a tent, anyone who comes into the tent and all who are in the tent will be ceremonially unclean seven days.
When you make any kind of loan to your neighbor, you may not go into his house to claim what he is offering as security. 1