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He abandoned 1 the sanctuary at Shiloh, the tent where he lived among men.
Trust in the Lord and do what is right! Settle in the land and maintain your integrity! 1
The Lord deserves praise in Zion 1 – he who dwells in Jerusalem. 2 Praise the Lord!
I will avenge 1 their blood which I had not previously acquitted. It is the Lord who dwells in Zion!
The Lord appeared to Isaac and said, “Do not go down to Egypt; 1 settle down in the land that I will point out to you. 2
Of Gad he said: Blessed be the one who enlarges Gad. Like a lioness he will dwell; he will tear at an arm – indeed, a scalp. 1
The Lord is exalted, 1 indeed, 2 he lives in heaven; 3 he fills Zion with justice and fairness.
No resident of Zion 1 will say, “I am ill”; the people who live there will have their sin forgiven.
Therefore do not defile the land that you will inhabit, in which I live, for I the Lord live among the Israelites.”
A fugitive 1 came and told Abram the Hebrew. 2 Now Abram was living by the oaks 3 of Mamre the Amorite, the brother 4 of Eshcol and Aner. (All these were allied by treaty 5 with Abram.) 6
Moses was not able to enter the tent of meeting because the cloud settled on it and the glory of the Lord filled the tabernacle.
You must expel both men and women; you must put them outside the camp, so that 1 they will not defile their camps, among which I live.”
When Balaam lifted up his eyes, he saw Israel camped tribe by tribe; 1 and the Spirit of God came upon him.
Of Benjamin he said: The beloved of the Lord will live safely by him; he protects him all the time, and the Lord 1 places him on his chest. 2
Gilead stayed put 1 beyond the Jordan River. As for Dan – why did he seek temporary employment in the shipyards? 2 Asher remained 3 on the seacoast, he stayed 4 by his harbors. 5
Do not forsake your friend and your father’s friend, and do not enter your brother’s house in the day of your disaster; a neighbor nearby is better than a brother far away. 1
The inhabitants 1 of Samaria will lament 2 over the calf idol 3 of Beth Aven. 4 Its people will mourn over it; its idolatrous priests will wail 5 over it, 6 because its splendor will be taken from them 7 into exile.
You will be convinced 1 that I the Lord am your God, dwelling on Zion, my holy mountain. Jerusalem 2 will be holy – conquering armies 3 will no longer pass through it.
May God who makes his name to reside there overthrow any king or nation 1 who reaches out 2 to cause such change so as to destroy this temple of God in Jerusalem. I, Darius, have given orders. Let them be carried out with precision!”
For this is what the high and exalted one says, the one who rules 1 forever, whose name is holy: “I dwell in an exalted and holy place, but also with the discouraged and humiliated, 2 in order to cheer up the humiliated and to encourage the discouraged. 3