(Now she had taken them up to the roof and had hidden them in the stalks of flax she had spread out 1 on the roof.)
May they be like the grass on the rooftops which withers before one can even pull it up, 1
He measured the gateway from the roof of one alcove to the roof of the other, a width of 43¾ feet 1 from one entrance to the opposite one.
Now before the spies 1 went to sleep, Rahab 2 went up 3 to the roof.
When they came down from the high place to the town, Samuel spoke with Saul on the roof.
I stay awake; 1 I am like a solitary bird on a roof.
It is better to live on a corner of the housetop 1 than in a house in company 2 with a quarrelsome wife. 3
It is better to live on a corner of the housetop than in a house in company with a quarrelsome wife. 1
In their streets they wear sackcloth; on their roofs and in their town squares all of them wail, they fall down weeping.
Here is a message about the Valley of Vision: 1 What is the reason 2 that all of you go up to the rooftops?
I will remove 1 those who worship the stars in the sky from their rooftops, 2 those who swear allegiance to the Lord 3 while taking oaths in the name of 4 their ‘king,’ 5
One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of his palace. 1 From the roof he saw a woman bathing. Now this woman was very attractive. 2
You are to overlay it with pure gold – its top, 1 its four walls, 2 and its horns – and make a surrounding border of gold for it. 3
He overlaid it with pure gold – its top, 1 its four walls, 2 and its horns – and he made a surrounding border of gold for it. 3
If you build a new house, you must construct a guard rail 1 around your roof to avoid being culpable 2 in the event someone should fall from it.
Now the temple 1 was filled with men and women, and all the rulers of the Philistines were there. There were three thousand men and women on the roof watching Samson entertain.
So they pitched a tent for Absalom on the roof, 1 and Absalom had sex with 2 his father’s concubines in the sight of all Israel.
Their residents are powerless, 1 they are terrified and ashamed. They are as short-lived as plants in the field, or green vegetation. 2 They are as short-lived as grass on the rooftops 3 when it is scorched by the east wind. 4
Their residents are powerless; 1 they are terrified and ashamed. They are as short-lived as plants in the field or green vegetation. 2 They are as short-lived as grass on the rooftops 3 when it is scorched by the east wind. 4
On all the housetops in Moab and in all its public squares there will be nothing but mourning. For I will break Moab like an unwanted jar. I, the Lord, affirm it! 1