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(0.25)Lev 20:23

You must not walk in the statutes of the nation 1  which I am about to drive out before you, because they have done all these things and I am filled with disgust against them.

(0.25)Num 21:4

Then they traveled from Mount Hor by the road to the Red Sea, 1  to go around the land of Edom, but the people 2  became impatient along the way.

(0.25)Deu 34:8

The Israelites mourned for Moses in the deserts of Moab for thirty days; then the days of mourning for Moses ended.

(0.25)1Sa 1:6

Her rival wife used to upset her and make her worry, 1  for the Lord had not enabled her to have children.

(0.25)1Sa 25:1

Samuel died, and all Israel assembled and mourned him. They buried him at his home in Ramah. Then David left and went down to the desert of Paran. 1 

(0.25)2Sa 1:12

They lamented and wept and fasted until evening because Saul, his son Jonathan, the Lord’s people, and the house of Israel had fallen by the sword.

(0.25)2Sa 6:8

David was angry because the Lord attacked 1  Uzzah; so he called that place Perez Uzzah, 2  which remains its name to this very day.

(0.25)2Sa 13:37

But Absalom fled and went to King Talmai son of Ammihud of Geshur. And David 1  grieved over his son every day.

(0.25)Neh 2:10

When Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the Ammonite official 1  heard all this, they were very displeased that someone had come to seek benefit for the Israelites.

(0.25)Psa 35:13

When they were sick, I wore sackcloth, 1  and refrained from eating food. 2  (If I am lying, may my prayers go unanswered!) 3 

(0.25)Isa 16:7

So Moab wails over its demise 1  – they all wail! Completely devastated, they moan about what has happened to the raisin cakes of Kir Hareseth. 2 

(0.25)Isa 22:4

So I say: “Don’t look at me! 1  I am weeping bitterly. Don’t try 2  to console me concerning the destruction of my defenseless people.” 3 

(0.25)Isa 32:15

This desolation will continue until new life is poured out on us from heaven. 1  Then the desert will become an orchard and the orchard will be considered a forest. 2 

(0.25)Isa 51:19

These double disasters confronted you. But who feels sorry for you? Destruction and devastation, famine and sword. But who consoles you? 1 

(0.25)Isa 60:20

Your sun will no longer set; your moon will not disappear; 1  the Lord will be your permanent source of light; your time 2  of sorrow will be over.

(0.25)Jer 48:17

Mourn for that nation, all you nations living around it, all of you nations that know of its fame. 1  Mourn and say, ‘Alas, its powerful influence has been broken! Its glory and power have been done away!’ 2 

(0.25)Eze 9:4

The Lord said to him, “Go through the city of Jerusalem 1  and put a mark 2  on the foreheads of the people who moan and groan over all the abominations practiced in it.”

(0.25)Eze 28:24

“‘No longer will Israel suffer from the sharp briers 1  or painful thorns of all who surround and scorn them. 2  Then they will know that I am the sovereign Lord.

(0.25)Joe 1:11

Be distressed, 1  farmers; wail, vinedressers, over the wheat and the barley. For the harvest of the field has perished.

(0.25)Mic 1:12

Indeed, the residents of Maroth 1  hope for something good to happen, 2  though the Lord has sent disaster against the city of Jerusalem. 3 



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