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But if it was stolen 1 from him, 2 he will pay its owner.
Animals torn by wild beasts I never brought to you; I always absorbed the loss myself. 1 You always made me pay for every missing animal, 2 whether it was taken by day or at night.
Terrors overwhelm him like a flood; 1 at night a whirlwind carries him off.
“Stolen waters 1 are sweet, and food obtained in secret 2 is pleasant!”
for I really was kidnapped 1 from the land of the Hebrews and I have done nothing wrong here for which they should put me in a dungeon.”
That day the people stole away to go to the city the way people who are embarrassed steal away in fleeing from battle.
“Whoever kidnaps someone 1 and sells him, 2 or is caught still holding him, 3 must surely be put to death.
“‘You must not steal, you must not tell lies, and you must not deal falsely with your fellow citizen. 1
“Now a word was secretly 1 brought 2 to me, and my ear caught 3 a whisper 4 of it.
How often 1 are they like straw before the wind, and like chaff swept away 2 by a whirlwind?
While Laban had gone to shear his sheep, 1 Rachel stole the household idols 2 that belonged to her father.
Now I understand that 1 you have gone away 2 because you longed desperately 3 for your father’s house. Yet why did you steal my gods?” 4
People 1 do not despise a thief when he steals to fulfill his need 2 when he is hungry.
lest I become satisfied and act deceptively 1 and say, “Who is the Lord?” Or lest I become poor and steal and demean 2 the name of my God.
So I, the Lord, affirm 1 that I am opposed to those prophets who steal messages from one another that they claim are from me. 2
There is only cursing, lying, murder, stealing, and adultery. They resort to violence and bloodshed. 1
Jacob also deceived 1 Laban the Aramean by not telling him that he was leaving. 2
“What have you done?” Laban demanded of Jacob. “You’ve deceived me 1 and carried away my daughters as if they were captives of war! 2