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You must count seven weeks; you must begin to count them 1 from the time you begin to harvest the standing grain.
Your mind will recall the terror you experienced, 1 and you will ask yourselves, 2 “Where is the scribe? Where is the one who weighs the money? Where is the one who counts the towers?” 3
Sheva was the scribe, and Zadok and Abiathar were the priests.
“I will explain to you; listen to me, and what 1 I have seen, I will declare, 2
then he looked at wisdom 1 and assessed its value; 2 he established 3 it and examined it closely. 4
Do you count the months they must fulfill, and do you know the time they give birth? 1
A whole generation 1 will serve him; they will tell the next generation about the sovereign Lord. 2
to give you thanks, 1 and to tell about all your amazing deeds. 2
Walk around 1 Zion! Encircle it! Count its towers!
What we have heard and learned 1 – that which our ancestors 2 have told us –
Is your loyal love proclaimed in the grave, or your faithfulness in the place of the dead? 1
Tell the nations about his splendor! Tell 1 all the nations about his amazing deeds!
Let them present thank offerings, and loudly proclaim what he has done! 1
With my lips I proclaim all the regulations you have revealed. 1
I told you about my ways 1 and you answered me. Teach me your statutes!
If I tried to count them, they would outnumber the grains of sand. Even if I finished counting them, I would still have to contend with you. 1
They will proclaim 1 the power of your awesome acts! I will declare your great deeds!
the people whom I formed for myself, so they might praise me.” 1
After a priest 1 has become ceremonially clean, they 2 must count off a period of seven days for him.
The Lord 1 took him outside and said, “Gaze into the sky and count the stars – if you are able to count them!” Then he said to him, “So will your descendants be.”