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So Ish-bosheth took her 1 from her husband Paltiel 2 son of Laish.
Moses 1 went out 2 from Pharaoh and prayed to the Lord,
My help comes from the Lord, 1 the Creator 2 of heaven and earth!
So Joseph moved them from Israel’s knees 1 and bowed down with his face to the ground.
So Moses went out from Pharaoh and prayed to the Lord,
When Israel left Egypt, when the family of Jacob left a foreign nation behind, 2
Moab will be destroyed and no longer be a nation, 1 because she has vaunted herself against the Lord.
But if a man willfully attacks his neighbor to kill him cunningly, 1 you will take him even from my altar that he may die.
You must not return an escaped slave to his master when he has run away to you. 1
Now the Spirit of the Lord had turned away from Saul, and an evil spirit 1 from the Lord tormented him.
But my loyal love will not be removed from him as I removed it from Saul, whom I removed from before you.
Far from where people live 1 he sinks a shaft, in places travelers have long forgotten, 2 far from other people he dangles and sways. 3
“Ask for a confirming sign from the Lord your God. You can even ask for something miraculous.” 1
This also comes from the Lord who commands armies, who gives supernatural guidance and imparts great wisdom. 1
The dream was repeated to Pharaoh 1 because the matter has been decreed 2 by God, and God will make it happen soon. 3
If you take 1 this one from me too and an accident happens to him, then you will bring down my gray hair 2 in tragedy 3 to the grave.’ 4
Indeed, 1 your servant pledged security for the boy with my father, saying, ‘If I do not bring him back to you, then I will bear the blame before my father all my life.’
Then Moses and Aaron went out from Pharaoh, and Moses cried 1 to the Lord because of 2 the frogs that he had brought on 3 Pharaoh.
So Moses left Pharaoh, went out of the city, and spread out his hands to the Lord, and the thunder and the hail ceased, and the rain stopped pouring on the earth.
“If a man borrows an animal 1 from his neighbor, and it is hurt or dies when its owner was not with it, the man who borrowed it 2 will surely pay.