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but the flesh and the hide he completely burned up 1 outside the camp. 2
He burned the bones of the pagan priests 1 on their altars; he purified Judah and Jerusalem.
He 1 must bring the rest of the bull outside the camp 2 and burn it just as he burned the first bull – it is the sin offering of the assembly.
but the rest of the bull – its hide, its flesh, and its dung – he completely burned up 1 outside the camp just as the Lord had commanded Moses. 2
Later Moses sought diligently for the sin offering male goat, 1 but it had actually been burnt. 2 So he became angry at Eleazar and Ithamar, Aaron’s remaining sons, saying,
The Lord said to Moses, “Make a poisonous snake and set it on a pole. When anyone who is bitten looks 1 at it, he will live.”
and who brought you through the great, fearful desert of venomous serpents 1 and scorpions, an arid place with no water. He made water flow 2 from a flint rock and
Joshua did to them as the Lord had commanded him; he hamstrung their horses and burned 1 their chariots.
They annihilated everyone who lived there with the sword 1 – no one who breathed remained – and burned 2 Hazor.
But Israel did not burn any of the cities located on mounds, 1 except for Hazor; 2 it was the only one Joshua burned.
He burned down the Lord’s temple, the royal palace, and all the houses in Jerusalem, including every large house. 1
Don’t be so happy, all you Philistines, just because the club that beat you has been broken! 1 For a viper will grow out of the serpent’s root, and its fruit will be a darting adder. 2
Half of it he burns in the fire – over that half he cooks 1 meat; he roasts a meal and fills himself. Yes, he warms himself and says, ‘Ah! I am warm as I look at the fire.’
The king did not even listen to Elnathan, Delaiah, and Gemariah, who had urged him not to burn the scroll. 1
The Lord spoke to Jeremiah after Jehoiakim had burned the scroll containing what Jeremiah had spoken and Baruch had written down. 1
He burned down the Lord’s temple, the royal palace, and all the houses in Jerusalem, including every large house.
Then Moses said to Aaron and to Eleazar and Ithamar his other two sons, “Do not 1 dishevel the hair of your heads 2 and do not tear your garments, so that you do not die and so that wrath does not come on the whole congregation. Your brothers, all the house of Israel, are to mourn the burning which the Lord has caused, 3
He removed from the entrance to the Lord’s temple the statues of horses 1 that the kings of Judah had placed there in honor of the sun god. (They were kept near the room of Nathan Melech the eunuch, which was situated among the courtyards.) 2 He burned up the chariots devoted to the sun god. 3
“Get another 1 scroll and write on it everything 2 that was written on the original scroll 3 that King Jehoiakim of Judah burned.
Then Jeremiah got another scroll and gave it to the scribe Baruch son of Neriah. As Jeremiah dictated, Baruch wrote on this scroll everything that had been on the scroll that King Jehoiakim of Judah burned in the fire. They also added on this scroll several other messages of the same kind. 1