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We know our noisy worship of false gods on the hills and mountains did not help us. 1 We know that the Lord our God is the only one who can deliver Israel. 2
However, God heard; he listened to my prayer.
Yet you will die like mortals; 1 you will fall like all the other rulers.” 2
But it is a spirit in people, the breath 1 of the Almighty, that makes them understand.
Yes, you are a God who keeps hidden, O God of Israel, deliverer!
Then Jacob woke up 1 and thought, 2 “Surely the Lord is in this place, but I did not realize it!”
The grass dries up, the flowers wither, when the wind sent by the Lord 1 blows on them. Surely humanity 2 is like grass.
But he lifted up our illnesses, he carried our pain; 1 even though we thought he was being punished, attacked by God, and afflicted for something he had done. 2
But, you have been unfaithful to me, nation of Israel, 1 like an unfaithful wife who has left her husband,” 2 says the Lord.
Then Samuel said, “Bring me King Agag of the Amalekites.” So Agag came to him trembling, 1 thinking to himself, 2 “Surely death is bitter!” 3
I jumped to conclusions and said, 1 “I am cut off from your presence!” 2 But you heard my plea for mercy when I cried out to you for help.
But I thought, 1 “I have worked in vain; I have expended my energy for absolutely nothing.” 2 But the Lord will vindicate me; my God will reward me. 3
In response to all this 1 I said, “Ah, Lord God, 2 you have surely allowed 3 the people of Judah and Jerusalem 4 to be deceived by those who say, ‘You will be safe!’ 5 But in fact a sword is already at our throats.” 6
How can you say, “We are wise! We have the law of the Lord”? The truth is, 1 those who teach it 2 have used their writings to make it say what it does not really mean. 3
I thought, 1 ‘Certainly you will respect 2 me! Now you will accept correction!’ If she had done so, her home 3 would not be destroyed 4 by all the punishments I have threatened. 5 But they eagerly sinned in everything they did. 6
The man 1 replied, “Who made you a ruler 2 and a judge over us? Are you planning 3 to kill me like you killed that 4 Egyptian?” Then Moses was afraid, thinking, 5 “Surely what I did 6 has become known.”
They came from nations about which the Lord had warned the Israelites, “You must not establish friendly relations with them! 1 If you do, they will surely shift your allegiance to their gods.” 2 But Solomon was irresistibly attracted to them. 3