Foreigners lose their courage; 1 they shake with fear 2 as they leave 3 their strongholds. 4
foreigners lose their courage; 1 they shake with fear 2 as they leave 3 their strongholds. 4
The Lord alone was guiding him, 1 no foreign god was with him.
Foreigners are powerless before me; 1 when they hear of my exploits, they submit to me. 2
How can we sing a song to the Lord in a foreign land?
1 “Foreigners will take care of 2 your sheep; foreigners will work in your fields and vineyards.
All the men of his household, whether born in his household or bought with money from a foreigner, were circumcised with him.
Those truly of Israelite descent 1 separated from all the foreigners, 2 standing and confessing their sins and the iniquities of their ancestors. 3
So I purified them of everything foreign, and I assigned specific 1 duties to the priests and the Levites.
When they hear of my exploits, they submit to me. 1 Foreigners are powerless 2 before me;
There must be 1 no other 2 god among you. You must not worship a foreign god.
Reach down 1 from above! Grab me and rescue me from the surging water, 2 from the power of foreigners, 3
Grab me and rescue me from the power of foreigners, 1 who speak lies, and make false promises. 2
Foreigners will rebuild your walls; their kings will serve you. Even though I struck you down in my anger, I will restore my favor and have compassion on you. 1
This is what the sovereign Lord says: No foreigner, who is uncircumcised in heart and flesh among all the foreigners who are among the people of Israel, will enter into my sanctuary. 1
1 The Lord said to Moses and Aaron, “This is the ordinance of the Passover. No foreigner may 2 share in eating it. 3
Even from a foreigner 1 you must not present the food of your God from such animals as these, for they are ruined and flawed; 2 they will not be acceptable for your benefit.’”
If 1 you abandon the Lord and worship 2 foreign gods, he will turn against you; 3 he will bring disaster on you and destroy you, 4 though he once treated you well.” 5
When Saul was told that David had come to Keilah, Saul said, “God has delivered 1 him into my hand, for he has boxed himself into a corner by entering a city with two barred gates.” 2
who shows no partiality to princes, and does not take note of 1 the rich more than the poor, because all of them are the work of his hands?