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They meet with darkness in the daytime, 1 and grope about 2 in the noontime as if it were night. 3
And life 1 will be brighter 2 than the noonday; though there be darkness, 3 it will be like the morning.
He will vindicate you in broad daylight, and publicly defend your just cause. 1
the plague that comes in the darkness, or the disease that comes at noon. 1
During the evening, morning, and noontime I will lament and moan, 1 and he will hear 2 me. 3
So he picked him up and took him to his mother. He sat on her lap 1 until noon and then died.
You must 1 actively help the hungry and feed the oppressed. 2 Then your light will dispel the darkness, 3 and your darkness will be transformed into noonday. 4
We grope along the wall like the blind, we grope like those who cannot see; 1 we stumble at noontime as if it were evening. Though others are strong, we are like dead men. 2
Indeed, 1 Gaza will be deserted 2 and Ashkelon will become a heap of ruins. 3 Invaders will drive away the people of Ashdod by noon, 4 and Ekron will be overthrown. 5
Make a roof for the ark and finish it, leaving 18 inches 1 from the top. 2 Put a door in the side of the ark, and make lower, middle, and upper decks.
They got their gifts ready for Joseph’s arrival 1 at noon, for they had heard 2 that they were to have a meal 3 there.
Now the sons of Rimmon the Beerothite – Recab and Baanah – went at the hottest part of the day to the home of Ish-bosheth, as he was enjoying his midday rest.
Throughout the afternoon they were in an ecstatic frenzy, 1 but there was no sound, no answer, and no response. 2
They marched out at noon, while Ben Hadad and the thirty-two kings allied with him were drinking heavily 1 in their quarters. 2
The Beloved to Her Lover: Tell me, O you whom my heart 1 loves, where do you pasture your sheep? Where do you rest your sheep during the midday heat? Tell me lest 2 I wander around 3 beside the flocks of your companions!
“Bring a plan, make a decision! 1 Provide some shade in the middle of the day! 2 Hide the fugitives! Do not betray 3 the one who tries to escape!
They will say, 1 ‘Prepare to do battle 2 against it! Come on! Let’s attack it at noon!’ But later they will say, 3 ‘Oh, oh! Too bad! 4 The day is almost over and the shadows of evening are getting long.
Their widows will become in my sight more numerous 1 than the grains of sand on the seashores. At noontime I will bring a destroyer against the mothers of their young men. 2 I will cause anguish 3 and terror to fall suddenly upon them. 4
May that man be like the cities 1 that the Lord destroyed without showing any mercy. May he hear a cry of distress in the morning and a battle cry at noon.
In that day,” says the sovereign Lord, “I will make the sun set at noon, and make the earth dark in the middle of the day. 1