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and your poverty will come like a robber, 1 and your need like an armed man. 2
and your poverty will come like a bandit, and your need like an armed robber.” 1
The Lord said to him, “Ah, but 1 I will be with you! You will strike down the whole Midianite army.” 2
So all the men of Israel gathered together at the city as allies. 1
I am like a man who cannot hear and is incapable of arguing his defense. 1
As a mother consoles a child, 1 so I will console you, and you will be consoled over Jerusalem.”
The angelic messenger 1 who had been speaking with me then returned and woke me, as a person is wakened from sleep.
If you kill 1 this entire people at once, 2 then the nations that have heard of your fame will say,
All the Israelites from Dan to Beer Sheba 1 and from the land of Gilead 2 left their homes 3 and assembled together 4 before the Lord at Mizpah.
All Israel rose up in unison 1 and said, “Not one of us will go home! 2 Not one of us will return 3 to his house!
He 1 won over the hearts of all the men of Judah as though they were one man. Then they sent word to the king saying, “Return, you and all your servants as well.”
When the seventh month arrived and the Israelites 1 were living 2 in their 3 towns, the people assembled 4 in 5 Jerusalem. 6
I then put in charge over Jerusalem 1 my brother Hanani and Hananiah 2 the chief of the citadel, for he was a faithful man and feared God more than many do.
The Lord emerges like a hero, like a warrior he inspires himself for battle; 1 he shouts, yes, he yells, he shows his enemies his power. 2
Why should you be like someone who is helpless, 1 like a champion 2 who cannot save anyone? You are indeed with us, 3 and we belong to you. 4 Do not abandon us!”
Here is what the Lord says concerning the false prophets: 2 My heart and my mind are deeply disturbed. I tremble all over. 3 I am like a drunk person, like a person who has had too much wine, 4 because of the way the Lord and his holy word are being mistreated. 5
Zebah and Zalmunna said to Gideon, 1 “Come on, 2 you strike us, for a man is judged by his strength.” 3 So Gideon killed 4 Zebah and Zalmunna, and he took the crescent-shaped ornaments which were on the necks of their camels.
He took a pair 1 of oxen and cut them up. Then he sent the pieces throughout the territory of Israel by the hand of messengers, who said, “Whoever does not go out after Saul and after Samuel should expect this to be done to his oxen!” Then the terror of the Lord fell on the people, and they went out as one army. 2
all the people gathered together 1 in the plaza which was in front of the Water Gate. They asked 2 Ezra the scribe to bring the book of the law of Moses which the LORD had commanded Israel.
Its soldiers are armed with bows and spears. They are cruel and show no mercy. They sound like the roaring sea as they ride forth on their horses. Lined up in formation like men going into battle to attack you, Daughter Zion.’” 1