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My harp is used for 1 mourning and my flute for the sound of weeping.
Our hearts no longer have any joy; 1 our dancing is turned to mourning.
The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning, but the heart of fools is in the house of merrymaking. 1
When the Canaanites who lived in the land saw them mourning at the threshing floor of Atad, they said, “This is a very sad occasion 1 for the Egyptians.” That is why its name was called 2 Abel Mizraim, 3 which is beyond the Jordan.
I will turn your festivals into funerals, 1 and all your songs into funeral dirges. I will make everyone wear funeral clothes 2 and cause every head to be shaved bald. 3 I will make you mourn as if you had lost your only son; 4 when it ends it will indeed have been a bitter day. 5
When they came to the threshing floor of Atad 1 on the other side of the Jordan, they mourned there with very great and bitter sorrow. 2 There Joseph observed a seven day period of mourning for his father.
The Israelites mourned for Moses in the deserts of Moab for thirty days; then the days of mourning for Moses ended.
So the victory of that day was turned to mourning as far as all the people were concerned. For the people heard on that day, “The king is grieved over his son.”
It is better to go to a funeral 1 than a feast. 2 For death 3 is the destiny 4 of every person, 5 and the living should 6 take this 7 to heart.
Your sun will no longer set; your moon will not disappear; 1 the Lord will be your permanent source of light; your time 2 of sorrow will be over.
So I said, 1 “Oh, my dear people, 2 put on sackcloth and roll in ashes. Mourn with painful sobs as though you had lost your only child. For any moment now 3 that destructive army 4 will come against us.”
No one will take any food to those who mourn for the dead to comfort them. No one will give them any wine to drink to console them for the loss of their father or mother.
The Lord says, 1 “At that time young women will dance and be glad. Young men and old men will rejoice. 2 I will turn their grief into gladness. I will give them comfort and joy in place of their sorrow.
For this reason I 1 will mourn and wail; I will walk around barefoot 2 and without my outer garments. 3 I will howl 4 like a wild dog, 5 and screech 6 like an owl. 7
So Esau hated 1 Jacob because of the blessing his father had given to his brother. 2 Esau said privately, 3 “The time 4 of mourning for my father is near; then I will kill 5 my brother Jacob!”
When the time of mourning passed, David had her brought to his palace. 1 She became his wife and she bore him a son. But what David had done upset the Lord. 2
So Joab sent to Tekoa and brought from there a wise woman. He told her, “Pretend to be in mourning 1 and put on garments for mourning. Don’t anoint yourself with oil. Instead, act like a woman who has been mourning for the dead for some time. 2
Throughout each and every province where the king’s edict and law were announced 1 there was considerable 2 mourning among the Jews, along with fasting, weeping, and sorrow. 3 Sackcloth and ashes were characteristic 4 of many.
as the time when the Jews gave themselves rest from their enemies – the month when their trouble was turned to happiness and their mourning to a holiday. These were to be days of banqueting, happiness, sending gifts to one another, and providing for the poor.
to strengthen those who mourn in Zion, by giving them a turban, instead of ashes, oil symbolizing joy, 1 instead of mourning, a garment symbolizing praise, 2 instead of discouragement. 3 They will be called oaks of righteousness, 4 trees planted by the Lord to reveal his splendor. 5