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When I went out to the city gate and secured my seat in the public square, 1
They stopped there and decided to spend the night 1 in Gibeah. They came into the city and sat down in the town square, but no one invited them to spend the night. 2
The old man said, “Everything is just fine! 1 I will take care of all your needs. But don’t spend the night in the town square.”
Justice is driven back; godliness 1 stands far off. Indeed, 2 honesty stumbles in the city square and morality is not even able to enter.
He said, “Here, my lords, please turn aside to your servant’s house. Stay the night 1 and wash your feet. Then you can be on your way early in the morning.” 2 “No,” they replied, “we’ll spend the night in the town square.” 3
All the men of Judah and Benjamin were gathered in Jerusalem within the three days. (It was in the ninth month, on the twentieth day of that month.) All the people sat in the square at the temple of God, trembling because of this matter and because of the rains.
Then let this clothing and this horse be given to one of the king’s noble officials. Let him 1 then clothe the man whom the king wishes to honor, and let him lead him about through the plaza of the city on the horse, calling 2 before him, ‘So shall it be done to the man whom the king wishes to honor!’”
So Haman took the clothing and the horse, and he clothed Mordecai. He led him about on the horse throughout the plaza of the city, calling before him, “So shall it be done to the man whom the king wishes to honor!”