He does not allow the wicked to live, 1 but he gives justice to the poor.
But now you are preoccupied with the judgment due the wicked, judgment and justice take hold of you.
To receive 1 moral instruction 2 in skillful living, 3 in 4 righteousness, 5 justice, 6 and equity. 7
To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable 1 to the Lord than sacrifice. 2
The Lord promotes 1 equity and justice; the Lord’s faithfulness extends throughout the earth. 2
Dark clouds surround him; equity and justice are the foundation of his throne. 1
A psalm of David. I will sing about loyalty and justice! To you, O Lord, I will sing praises!
His acts are characterized by 1 faithfulness and justice; all his precepts are reliable. 2
Then you will understand 1 righteousness and justice and equity – every 2 good 3 way. 4
One law and one custom must apply to you and to the resident foreigner who lives alongside you.’”
That day Joshua drew up an agreement 1 for the people, and he established rules and regulations 2 for them in Shechem.
As for the Almighty, 1 we cannot attain to him! He is great in power, but justice 2 and abundant righteousness he does not oppress.
Equity and justice are the foundation of your throne. 1 Loyal love and faithfulness characterize your rule. 2
Whoever obeys his 1 command will not experience harm, and a wise person 2 knows the proper time 3 and procedure.
For there is a proper time and procedure for every matter, for the oppression 1 of the king 2 is severe upon his victim. 3
“Judgment will come on the cities on the high plain: 1 on Holon, Jahzah, and Mephaath,
But you must return 1 to your God, by maintaining love and justice, and by waiting 2 for your God to return to you. 3
He cried out to the Lord, and the Lord showed him 1 a tree. 2 When Moses 3 threw it into the water, the water became safe to drink. There the Lord 4 made for them 5 a binding ordinance, 6 and there he tested 7 them.
Now the priests would always treat the people in the following way: 1 Whenever anyone was making a sacrifice, while the meat was boiling, the priest’s attendant would come with a three-pronged fork 2 in his hand.
Absalom would then say, “If only they would make me 1 a judge in the land! Then everyone who had a judicial complaint 2 could come to me and I would make sure he receives a just settlement.”