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An adversary 1 opposed 2 Israel, inciting David to count how many warriors Israel had. 3
And surely, he drew you 1 from the mouth of distress, to a wide place, unrestricted, 2 and to the comfort 3 of your table filled with rich food. 4
Be careful that 1 no one entices you with riches; do not let a large bribe 2 turn you aside.
One time Acsah 1 came and charmed her father 2 so that she could ask him for some land. When she got down from her donkey, Caleb said to her, “What would you like?”
One time Acsah 1 came and charmed her father 2 so she could ask him for some land. When she got down from her donkey, Caleb said to her, “What would you like?”
The Lord’s anger again raged against Israel, and he incited David against them, saying, “Go count Israel and Judah.” 1
(There had never been anyone like Ahab, who was firmly committed 1 to doing evil in the sight of 2 the Lord, urged on by his wife Jezebel. 3
Hezekiah says, “The Lord our God will rescue us from the power 1 of the king of Assyria.” But he is misleading you and you will die of hunger and thirst! 2
Hezekiah is misleading you when he says, “The Lord will rescue us.” Has any of the gods of the nations rescued his land from the power of the king of Assyria? 1
But Baruch son of Neriah is stirring you up against us. 1 He wants to hand us over 2 to the Babylonians 3 so that they will kill us or carry us off into exile in Babylon.”
Suppose your own full brother, 1 your son, your daughter, your beloved wife, or your closest friend should seduce you secretly and encourage you to go and serve other gods 2 that neither you nor your ancestors 3 have previously known, 4
until I come and take you to a land just like your own – a land of grain and new wine, a land of bread and vineyards, a land of olive trees and honey. Then you will live and not die. Don’t listen to Hezekiah, for he is misleading you when he says, “The Lord will rescue us.”
and after several years 1 went down to visit 2 Ahab in Samaria. 3 Ahab slaughtered many sheep and cattle to honor Jehoshaphat and those who came with him. 4 He persuaded him to join in an attack 5 against Ramoth Gilead.
When the chariot commanders saw Jehoshaphat, they said, “He must be the king of Israel!” So they turned and attacked him, but Jehoshaphat cried out. The Lord helped him; God lured them away from him.
Then the Lord said to Satan, “Have you considered my servant Job? For there is no one like him on the earth, a pure and upright man, one who fears God and turns away from evil. And he still holds firmly 1 to his integrity, 2 so that 3 you stirred me up to destroy him 4 without reason.” 5
All the women who are left in the royal palace of Judah will be led out to the officers of the king of Babylon. They will taunt you saying, 1 ‘Your trusted friends misled you; they have gotten the best of you. Now that your feet are stuck in the mud, they have turned their backs on you.’ 2
So let my lord the king now listen to the words of his servant. If the Lord has incited you against me, may he take delight in 1 an offering. But if men have instigated this, 2 may they be cursed before the Lord! For they have driven me away this day from being united with the Lord’s inheritance, saying, ‘Go on, serve other gods!’
Now don’t let Hezekiah deceive you or mislead you like this. Don’t believe him, for no god of any nation or kingdom has been able to rescue his people from my power or the power of my predecessors. So how 1 can your gods rescue 2 you from my power?’”