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Moab 1 will spread out its hands in the middle of it, 2 just as a swimmer spreads his hands to swim; the Lord 3 will bring down Moab’s 4 pride as it spreads its hands. 5
“Is it by your understanding that the hawk soars, 1 and spreads its wings toward the south?
He spread out a cloud for a cover, 1 and provided a fire to light up the night.
She extends 1 her hand 2 to the poor, and reaches out her hand to the needy.
Also, they must take away the ashes from the altar 1 and spread a purple cloth over it.
“As for you, 1 if you prove faithful, 2 and if 3 you stretch out your hands toward him, 4
See how he scattered 1 his lightning 2 about him; he has covered the depths 3 of the sea.
When the sovereign judge 1 scatters kings, 2 let it snow 3 on Zalmon!
I spread my hands out to you in prayer; 1 my soul thirsts for you in a parched 2 land. 3
Every shrewd 1 person acts with knowledge, but a fool displays 2 his folly.
The one 1 who flatters 2 his neighbor spreads a net 3 for his steps. 4
Then they must put over it a covering of fine leather 1 and spread over that a cloth entirely of blue, and then they must insert its poles.
Like an eagle that stirs up 1 its nest, that hovers over its young, so the Lord 2 spread out his wings and took him, 3 he lifted him up on his pinions.
They said, “We are happy to give you earrings.” 1 So they 2 spread out a garment, and each one threw an earring from his plunder onto it.
Solomon stood before the altar of the Lord in front of the entire assembly of Israel and spread out his hands toward the sky. 1
The combined wingspan of these cherubim was 30 feet. 1 They stood upright, facing inward. 2
He stood before the altar of the Lord in front of the entire assembly of Israel and spread out his hands.
If we had rejected our God, 1 and spread out our hands in prayer to another god, 2
For the Lord says, “Look! Like an eagle with outspread wings a nation will swoop down on Moab. 1
ד (Dalet) The infant’s tongue sticks to the roof of its mouth due to thirst; little children beg for bread, 1 but no one gives them even a morsel. 2