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Moses 1 said, “It is not the sound of those who shout for victory, 2 nor is it the sound of those who cry because they are overcome, 3 but the sound of singing 4 I hear.” 5
the oracle of the one who hears the words of God, and who knows the knowledge of the Most High, who sees a vision from the Almighty, although falling flat on the ground with eyes open:
I furthermore admonished your judges at that time that they 1 should pay attention to issues among your fellow citizens 2 and judge fairly, 3 whether between one citizen and another 4 or a citizen and a resident foreigner. 5
Who is there from the entire human race 1 who has heard the voice of the living God speaking from the middle of the fire as we have, and has lived?
Listen, Israel: Today you are about to cross the Jordan so you can dispossess the nations there, people greater and stronger than you who live in large cities with extremely high fortifications. 1
If a person has a stubborn, rebellious son who pays no attention to his father or mother, and they discipline him to no avail, 1
They must declare to the elders 1 of his city, “Our son is stubborn and rebellious and pays no attention to what we say – he is a glutton and drunkard.”
And this is the blessing 1 to Judah. He said, Listen, O Lord, to Judah’s voice, and bring him to his people. May his power be great, and may you help him against his foes.
The leaders of Gilead said to Jephthah, “The Lord will judge any grievance you have against us, 1 if we do not do as you say.” 2
He said to them, “Why do you behave in this way? For I hear about these evil things from all these 1 people.
Then the Lord came and stood nearby, calling as he had previously done, “Samuel! Samuel!” Samuel replied, “Speak, for your servant is listening!”
So now do as they say. 1 But seriously warn 2 them and make them aware of the policies of the king who will rule over them.” 3
The Lord said to Samuel, “Do as they say 1 and install a king over them.” Then Samuel said to the men of Israel, “Each of you go back to his own city.”
Then Samuel said to Saul, “I was the one the Lord sent to anoint you as king over his people Israel. Now listen to what the Lord says. 1
Then Samuel said, “Does the Lord take pleasure in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as he does in obedience? 1 Certainly, 2 obedience 3 is better than sacrifice; paying attention is better than 4 the fat of rams.
Will the leaders of Keilah deliver me into his hand? Will Saul come down as your servant has heard? O Lord God of Israel, please inform your servant!” Then the Lord said, “He will come down.”
Now it’s your turn to listen to your servant! Let me set before you a bit of bread so that you can eat. When you regain your strength, you can go on your way.”
So the victory of that day was turned to mourning as far as all the people were concerned. For the people heard on that day, “The king is grieved over his son.”
Micaiah 1 said, “That being the case, hear the word of the Lord. I saw the Lord sitting on his throne, with all the heavenly assembly standing on his right and on his left.
But Amaziah would not heed the warning, 1 so King Jehoash of Israel attacked. 2 He and King Amaziah of Judah met face to face 3 in Beth Shemesh of Judah.