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“‘Adulterous wife, who prefers strangers instead of her own husband!
“‘This is the law for cases of jealousy, 1 when a wife, while under her husband’s authority, goes astray and defiles herself,
If she made the vow in her husband’s house or put herself under obligation with an oath,
“Any vow or sworn obligation that would bring affliction to her, 1 her husband can confirm or nullify. 2
When Uriah’s wife heard that her husband Uriah was dead, she mourned for him. 1
But if her husband clearly nullifies 1 them when he hears them, then whatever she says 2 by way of vows or obligations will not stand. Her husband has made them void, and the Lord will release her from them.
and a man has sexual relations 1 with her 2 without her husband knowing it, 3 and it is hidden that she has defiled herself, since 4 there was no witness against her, nor was she caught –
and her husband hears about it, but remains silent about her when he hears about it, then her vows will stand and her obligations which she has pledged for herself will stand.
and her husband heard about it, but remained silent about her, and did not overrule her, then all her vows will stand, and every obligation which she pledged for herself will stand.
If two men 1 get into a hand-to-hand fight, and the wife of one of them gets involved to help her husband against his attacker, and she reaches out her hand and grabs his genitals, 2
God answered Manoah’s prayer. 1 God’s angelic messenger visited 2 the woman again while she was sitting in the field. But her husband Manoah was not with her.
May the Lord enable each of you to find 1 security 2 in the home of a new husband!” 3 Then she kissed them goodbye and they wept loudly. 4
His mother used to make him a small robe and bring it up to him at regular intervals when she would go up with her husband to make the annual sacrifice.
Her husband went along behind her, weeping all the way to Bahurim. Finally Abner said to him, “Go back!” 1 So he returned home.
She said to her husband, “Look, I’m sure 1 that the man who regularly passes through here is a very special prophet. 2
She called to her husband, “Send me one of the servants and one of the donkeys, so I can go see the prophet quickly and then return.”
You are the daughter of your mother, who detested her husband and her sons, and you are the sister of your sisters who detested their husbands and their sons. Your mother was a Hittite and your father an Amorite.
Plead earnestly 1 with your 2 mother (for 3 she is not my wife, and I am not her husband), so that 4 she might put an end to her adulterous lifestyle, 5 and turn away from her sexually immoral behavior. 6
So after Abram had lived 1 in Canaan for ten years, Sarai, Abram’s wife, gave Hagar, her Egyptian servant, 2 to her husband to be his wife. 3
But if when her husband hears it he overrules her, then he will nullify 1 the vow she has taken, 2 and whatever she uttered impulsively which she has pledged for herself. And the Lord will release her from it.