May the Lord judge between the two of us, and may the Lord vindicate me over you, but my hand will not be against you.
It’s like the old proverb says: ‘From evil people evil proceeds.’ But my hand will not be against you.
They had human hands 1 under their wings on their four sides. As for the faces and wings of the four of them,
I arose to open for my beloved; my hands dripped with myrrh – my fingers flowed with myrrh on the handles of the lock.
Hammered-out silver is brought from Tarshish 1 and gold is brought from Uphaz 2 to cover those idols. 3 They are the handiwork of carpenters and goldsmiths. 4 They are clothed in blue and purple clothes. 5 They are all made by skillful workers. 6
The king will mourn and the prince will be clothed with shuddering; the hands of the people of the land will tremble. Based on their behavior I will deal with them, and by their standard of justice 1 I will judge them. Then they will know that I am the Lord!”
When 1 the hands of Moses became heavy, 2 they took a stone and put it under him, and Aaron and Hur held up his hands, one on one side and one on the other, 3 and so his hands were steady 4 until the sun went down.