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He does 1 amazing things that will be remembered; 2 the Lord is merciful and compassionate.
The Lord is merciful and fair; our God is compassionate.
In the darkness a light 1 shines for the godly, for each one who is merciful, compassionate, and just. 2
The Lord is merciful and compassionate; he is patient 1 and demonstrates great loyal love. 2
Later the king of the Ammonites died and his son Hanun succeeded him. 1
However, due to your abundant mercy you did not do away with them altogether; you did not abandon them. For you are a merciful and compassionate God.
David said, “I will express my loyalty 1 to Hanun son of Nahash, for his father was loyal 2 to me.” So David sent messengers to express his sympathy over his father’s death. 3 When David’s servants entered Ammonite territory to visit Hanun and express the king’s sympathy, 4
So Hanun seized David’s servants and shaved off half of each one’s beard. He cut the lower part of their robes off so that their buttocks were exposed, 1 and then sent them away.
So Hanun seized David’s servants and shaved their beards off. 1 He cut off the lower part of their robes so that their buttocks were exposed 2 and then sent them away.
For people will live in Zion; in Jerusalem 1 you will weep no more. 2 When he hears your cry of despair, he will indeed show you mercy; when he hears it, he will respond to you. 3
for it is his only covering – it is his garment for his body. 1 What else can he sleep in? 2 And 3 when he cries out to me, I will hear, for I am gracious.
David said, “I will express my loyalty 1 to Hanun son of Nahash just as his father was loyal 2 to me.” So David sent his servants with a message expressing sympathy over his father’s death. 3 When David’s servants entered the land of the Ammonites,
the Ammonite officials said to their lord Hanun, “Do you really think David is trying to honor your father by sending these messengers to express his sympathy? 1 No, David has sent his servants to you to get information about the city and spy on it so they can overthrow it!” 2
When the Ammonites realized that David was disgusted with them, 1 Hanun and the Ammonites sent 1,000 talents 2 of silver to hire chariots and charioteers from Aram Naharaim, Aram Maacah, and Zobah. 3
For if you return to the Lord, your brothers and sons will be shown mercy by their captors and return to this land. The Lord your God is merciful and compassionate; he will not reject you 1 if you return to him.”
Hanun and the residents of Zanoah worked on the Valley Gate. They rebuilt it and positioned its doors, its bolts, and its bars, in addition to working on fifteen hundred feet 1 of the wall as far as the Dung Gate.
They refused to obey and did not recall your miracles that you had performed among them. Instead, they rebelled and appointed a leader to return to their bondage in Egypt. 1 But you are a God of forgiveness, merciful and compassionate, slow to get angry and unfailing in your loyal love. 2 You did not abandon them,
Return to the Lord your God, for he is merciful and compassionate, slow to anger and boundless in loyal love 1 – often relenting from calamitous punishment. 2
He prayed to the Lord and said, “Oh, Lord, this is just what I thought 1 would happen 2 when I was in my own country. 3 This is what I tried to prevent 4 by attempting to escape to Tarshish! 5 – because I knew 6 that you are gracious and compassionate, slow to anger 7 and abounding 8 in mercy, and one who relents concerning threatened judgment. 9