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What is bent 1 cannot be straightened, 2 and what is missing 3 cannot be supplied. 4
Reply to me, if you can; set your arguments 1 in order before me and take your stand!
Then Caleb silenced the people before Moses, saying, “Let us go up 1 and occupy it, 2 for we are well able to conquer it.” 3
If he is able to fight with me and strike me down, we will become your servants. But if I prevail against him and strike him down, you will become our servants and will serve us.”
For how can I watch the calamity that will befall my people, and how can I watch the destruction of my relatives?” 1
“If someone 1 should attempt 2 a word with you, will you be impatient? 3 But who can refrain from speaking 4 ?
For the calamity from God was a terror to me, 1 and by reason of his majesty 2 I was powerless.
“I know that you can do all things; no purpose of yours can be thwarted;
I beat them 1 to death; 2 they fall at my feet. 3
They insulted God, saying, 1 “Is God really able to give us food 2 in the wilderness?
“Since my youth they have often attacked me, but they have not defeated me.
Your knowledge is beyond my comprehension; it is so far beyond me, I am unable to fathom it. 1
Then Rachel said, “I have fought a desperate struggle with my sister, but I have won.” 1 So she named him Naphtali. 2
But he added, “You cannot see my face, for no one can 1 see me and live.” 2
I am not able to bear this entire people alone, 1 because it 2 is too heavy for me!
I also said to you at that time, “I am no longer able to sustain you by myself.
If you think, “These nations are more numerous than I – how can I dispossess them?”
You may not sacrifice the Passover in just any of your villages 1 that the Lord your God is giving you,
The Lord will afflict you with the boils of Egypt and with tumors, eczema, and scabies, all of which cannot be healed.
Eli’s eyes had begun to fail, so that he was unable to see well. At that time he was lying down in his place,