The Lord is alive! 1 My protector 2 is praiseworthy! 3 The God who delivers me 4 is exalted as king! 5
But God will shoot 1 at them; suddenly they will be 2 wounded by an arrow. 3
When they were fed, 1 they became satisfied; when they were satisfied, they became proud; 2 as a result, they forgot me!
He will pour the water out of his buckets, 1 and their descendants will be like abundant 2 water; 3 their king will be greater than Agag, 4 and their kingdom will be exalted.
He picked up Elijah’s cloak, which had fallen off him, and went back and stood on the shore of the Jordan.
His relatives through Eliezer included: Rehabiah his son, Jeshaiah his son, Joram his son, Zikri his son, and Shelomith 1 his son.
He has made his people victorious, 1 and given all his loyal followers reason to praise – the Israelites, the people who are close to him. 2 Praise the Lord!
But they did not listen to Moses; some 1 kept part of it until morning, and it was full 2 of worms and began to stink, and Moses was angry with them.
“Tell 1 Eleazar son of Aaron the priest to pick up 2 the censers out of the flame, for they are holy, and then scatter the coals of fire 3 at a distance.
Then Moses raised his hand, and struck the rock twice with his staff. And water came out abundantly. So the community drank, and their beasts drank too.
The Lord shatters 1 his adversaries; 2 he thunders against them from 3 the heavens. The Lord executes judgment to the ends of the earth. He will strengthen 4 his king and exalt the power 5 of his anointed one.” 6
Jeroboam son of Nebat, one of Solomon’s servants, rebelled against 1 the king. He was an Ephraimite 2 from Zeredah whose mother was a widow named Zeruah.
Then the glory of the Lord arose from the cherub and moved to the threshold of the temple. The temple was filled with the cloud while the court was filled with the brightness of the Lord’s glory.
Moses and Aaron did so, 1 just as the Lord had commanded. Moses raised 2 the staff 3 and struck the water that was in the Nile right before the eyes 4 of Pharaoh and his servants, 5 and all the water that was in the Nile was turned to blood. 6
So the cook picked up the leg and brought it and set it in front of Saul. Samuel 1 said, “What was kept is now set before you! Eat, for it has been kept for you for this meeting time, from the time I said, ‘I have invited the people.’” So Saul ate with Samuel that day.
So the king of Assyria ordered, “Take back one of the priests whom you 1 deported from there. He must settle there and teach them the requirements of the God of the land.” 2
From his own royal flocks and herds, Josiah supplied the people with 30,000 lambs and goats for the Passover sacrifice, as well as 3,000 cattle. 1
Then I heard the man clothed in linen who was over the waters of the river as he raised both his right and left hands to the sky 1 and made an oath by the one who lives forever: “It is for a time, times, and half a time. Then, when the power of the one who shatters 2 the holy people has been exhausted, all these things will be finished.”