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He must not profane his children among his people, 1 for I am the Lord who sanctifies him.’”
I will give him an eternal dynasty, 1 and make his throne as enduring as the skies above. 2
His dynasty will last forever. 1 His throne will endure before me, like the sun, 2
His descendants 1 will be powerful on the earth; the godly 2 will be blessed.
He brought with him to Egypt his sons and grandsons, 1 his daughters and granddaughters – all his descendants.
My people will sow wheat, but will harvest weeds. 1 They will work until they are exhausted, but will get nothing from it. They will be disappointed in their harvests 2 because the Lord will take them away in his fierce anger. 3
The land produced vegetation – plants yielding seeds according to their kinds, and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. God saw that it was good.
Jacob and all his descendants took their livestock and the possessions they had acquired in the land of Canaan, and they went to Egypt. 1
“‘If a man consecrates to the Lord some of his own landed property, the conversion value must be calculated in accordance with the amount of seed needed to sow it, 1 a homer of barley seed being priced at fifty shekels of silver. 2
May Joab and his descendants be perpetually guilty of their shed blood, but may the Lord give perpetual peace to David, his descendants, his family, 1 and his dynasty.” 2
1 This will be your confirmation that I have spoken the truth: 2 This year you will eat what grows wild, 3 and next year 4 what grows on its own from that. But in the third year you will plant seed and harvest crops; you will plant vines and consume their produce. 5
Mordecai the Jew was second only to King Ahasuerus. He was the highest-ranking 1 Jew, and he was admired by his numerous relatives. 2 He worked enthusiastically 3 for the good of his people and was an advocate for the welfare of 4 all his descendants. 5
They devoured 1 on the right, but were still hungry, they ate on the left, but were not satisfied. People even ate 2 the flesh of their own arm! 3
1 “This will be your reminder that I have spoken the truth: 2 This year you will eat what grows wild, 3 and next year 4 what grows on its own. But the year after that 5 you will plant seed and harvest crops; you will plant vines and consume their produce. 6
Indeed, they are barely planted; yes, they are barely sown; yes, they barely take root in the earth, and then he blows on them, causing them to dry up, and the wind carries them away like straw.
He sees there is no advocate; 1 he is shocked 2 that no one intervenes. So he takes matters into his own hands; 3 his desire for justice drives him on. 4
The Lord says, “I will put a curse on people who trust in mere human beings, who depend on mere flesh and blood for their strength, 2 and whose hearts 3 have turned away from the Lord.
But I will strip everything away from Esau’s descendants. I will uncover their hiding places so they cannot hide. Their children, relatives, and neighbors will all be destroyed. Not one of them will be left!
Sow righteousness for yourselves, reap unfailing love. Break up the unplowed ground for yourselves, for it is time to seek the Lord, until he comes and showers deliverance 1 on you.
Woe to the worthless shepherd who abandons the flock! May a sword fall on his arm and his right eye! May his arm wither completely away, and his right eye become completely blind!”