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His family name will be referred to 1 in Israel as “the family 2 of the one whose sandal was removed.” 3
So the guardian said to Boaz, “You may acquire it,” and he removed his sandal. 1
Moab is my washbasin. 1 I will make Edom serve me. 2 I will shout in triumph over Philistia.” 3
Moab is my wash basin. 1 I will make Edom serve me. 2 I will shout in triumph over Philistia.”
We’re eager to trade silver for the poor, 1 a pair of sandals 2 for the needy! We want to mix in some chaff with the grain!” 3
that I will take nothing 1 belonging to you, not even a thread or the strap of a sandal. That way you can never say, ‘It is I 2 who made Abram rich.’
God 1 said, “Do not approach any closer! 2 Take your sandals off your feet, for the place where you are standing is holy 3 ground.” 4
This is how you are to eat it – dressed to travel, 1 your sandals on your feet, and your staff in your hand. You are to eat it in haste. It is the Lord’s Passover. 2
I have led you through the desert for forty years. Your clothing has not worn out 1 nor have your sandals 2 deteriorated.
They had worn-out, patched sandals on their feet and dressed in worn-out clothes. All their bread 1 was dry and hard. 2
These wineskins we filled were brand new, but look how they have ripped. Our clothes and sandals have worn out because it has been a very long journey.”
(Now this used to be the customary way to finalize a transaction involving redemption in Israel: 1 A man would remove his sandal and give it to the other party. 2 This was a legally binding act 3 in Israel.)
The Lover to His Beloved: (7:2) How beautiful are your sandaled 1 feet, O nobleman’s daughter! 2 The curves 3 of your thighs 4 are like jewels, the work of the hands of a master craftsman.
None tire or stumble, they don’t stop to nap or sleep. They don’t loosen their belts, or unstrap their sandals to rest. 1
The Lord will divide 1 the gulf 2 of the Egyptian Sea; 3 he will wave his hand over the Euphrates River 4 and send a strong wind, 5 he will turn it into seven dried-up streams, 6 and enable them to walk across in their sandals.
Your turbans will be on your heads and your sandals on your feet; you will not mourn or weep, but you will rot 1 for your iniquities 2 and groan among yourselves.
This is what the Lord says: “Because Israel has committed three covenant transgressions 1 – make that four! 2 – I will not revoke my decree of judgment. 3 They sold the innocent 4 for silver, the needy for a pair of sandals. 5
then his sister-in-law must approach him in view of the elders, remove his sandal from his foot, and spit in his face. 1 She will then respond, “Thus may it be done to any man who does not maintain his brother’s family line!” 2
The commander of the Lord’s army answered Joshua, “Remove your sandals from your feet, because the place where you stand is holy.” Joshua did so.
At that time the Lord announced through 1 Isaiah son of Amoz: “Go, remove the sackcloth from your waist and take your sandals off your feet.” He did as instructed and walked around in undergarments 2 and barefoot.