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But God 1 drags off the mighty by his power; when God 2 rises up against him, he has no faith in his life. 3
(40:25) 1 “Can you pull in 2 Leviathan with a hook, and tie down 3 its tongue with a rope?
Extend 1 your loyal love to your faithful followers, 2 and vindicate 3 the morally upright! 4
Will you stay mad at us forever? Will you remain angry throughout future generations? 1
Hope 1 deferred 2 makes the heart sick, 3 but a longing fulfilled 4 is like 5 a tree of life.
Those who pull evil along using cords of emptiness are as good as dead, 1 who pull sin as with cart ropes. 2
The clods of the torrent valley 1 are sweet to him; behind him everybody follows in procession, and before him goes a countless throng.
He lies in ambush in a hidden place, like a lion in a thicket; 1 he lies in ambush, waiting to catch 2 the oppressed; he catches the oppressed 3 by pulling in his net. 4
May no one show him kindness! 1 May no one have compassion 2 on his fatherless children!
Wild dogs will yip in her ruined fortresses, jackals will yelp in the once-splendid palaces. 1 Her time is almost up, 2 her days will not be prolonged. 3
In a far-off land the Lord will manifest himself to them. He will say to them, ‘I have loved you with an everlasting love. That is why I have continued to be faithful to you. 1
So they pulled Jeremiah up from the cistern with ropes. Jeremiah, however, still remained confined 1 to the courtyard of the guardhouse.
They will fall among those killed by the sword. The sword is drawn; they carry her and all her hordes away.
At the celebration 1 of their king, 2 his princes become inflamed 3 with wine; they conspire 4 with evildoers.
Then Moses summoned all the elders of Israel, and told them, “Go and select 1 for yourselves a lamb or young goat 2 for your families, and kill the Passover animals. 3
I will bring Sisera, the general of Jabin’s army, to you at the Kishon River, along with his chariots and huge army. 1 I will hand him over to you.”
They came from Ephraim, who uprooted Amalek, 1 they follow 2 after you, Benjamin, with your soldiers. From Makir leaders came down, from Zebulun came 3 the ones who march carrying 4 an officer’s staff.
The men hiding in ambush made a mad dash 1 to Gibeah. They 2 attacked 3 and put the sword to the entire city.
You prolonged your kindness 1 with them for many years, and you solemnly admonished them by your Spirit through your prophets. Still they paid no attention, 2 so you delivered them into the hands of the neighboring peoples. 3
Do not drag me away with evil men, with those who behave wickedly, 1 who talk so friendly to their neighbors, 2 while they plan to harm them! 3