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When he looked up and saw the traveler 1 in the town square, the old man said, “Where are you heading? Where do you come from?”
Saul’s uncle asked him and his servant, “Where did you go?” Saul 1 replied, “To look for the donkeys. But when we realized they were lost, 2 we went to Samuel.”
The prophet 1 asked, “Where did it drop in?” When he showed him the spot, Elisha 2 cut off a branch, threw it in at that spot, and made the ax head float.
What will you do on judgment day, 1 when destruction arrives from a distant place? To whom will you run for help? Where will you leave your wealth?
I asked, “Where are you going?” He replied, “To measure Jerusalem 1 in order to determine its width and its length.”
What is going to happen to us? Our brothers have drained away our courage 1 by describing people who are more numerous 2 and taller than we are, and great cities whose defenses appear to be as high as heaven 3 itself! Moreover, they said they saw 4 Anakites 5 there.”
So Joshua said to the Israelites: “How long do you intend to put off occupying 1 the land the Lord God of your ancestors 2 has given you?
Her mother-in-law asked her, 1 “Where did you gather grain today? Where did you work? May the one who took notice of you be rewarded!” 2 So Ruth 3 told her mother-in-law with whom she had worked. She said, “The name of the man with whom I worked today is Boaz.”
Afterward David inquired of the Lord, “Should I go up to one of the cities of Judah?” The Lord told him, “Go up.” David asked, “Where should I go?” The Lord replied, 1 “To Hebron.”
How could I ever be rid of my humiliation? And you would be considered one of the fools 1 in Israel! Just 2 speak to the king, for he will not withhold me from you.”
The officials did not know where I had gone or what I had been doing, for up to this point I had not told any of the Jews or the priests or the nobles or the officials or the rest of the workers.
If they ask you, ‘Where should we go?’ tell them the Lord says this: “Those who are destined to die of disease will go to death by disease. Those who are destined to die in war will go to death in war. Those who are destined to die of starvation will go to death by starvation. Those who are destined to go into exile will go into exile.” 1