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I will sing to the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God as long as I exist! 1
Give thanks to the God of gods, for his loyal love endures.
I will praise the Lord as long as I live! I will sing praises to my God as long as I exist!
As for me, I will continually tell what you have done; 1 I will sing praises to the God of Jacob!
For observing the festival is a requirement for Israel; 1 it is an ordinance given by the God of Jacob.
But I will keep watching for the Lord; I will wait for the God who delivers me. My God will hear my lament. 1
but instead sought the God of his ancestors 1 and obeyed 2 his commands, unlike the Israelites. 3
However, the high places were not eliminated; the people were still not devoted to the God of their ancestors. 1
I am exhausted from shouting for help; my throat is sore; 1 my eyes grow tired of looking for my God. 2
For the music director; according to the gittith style; 2 by Asaph. Shout for joy to God, our source of strength! Shout out to the God of Jacob!
As they drank wine, they praised the gods of gold and silver, bronze, iron, wood, and stone.
With what should I 1 enter the Lord’s presence? With what 2 should I bow before the sovereign God? 3 Should I enter his presence with burnt offerings, with year-old calves?
So Israel began his journey, taking with him all that he had. 1 When he came to Beer Sheba 2 he offered sacrifices to the God of his father Isaac.
They closed the doors of the temple porch and put out the lamps; they did not offer incense or burnt sacrifices in the sanctuary of the God of Israel.
You should make images of the sores and images of the mice 1 that are destroying the land. You should honor the God of Israel. Perhaps he will release his grip on you, your gods, and your land. 2
Jabez called out to the God of Israel, “If only 1 you would greatly bless me and expand my territory! May your hand be with me! Keep me from harm so I might not endure pain!” 2 God answered his prayer. 3
He offered sacrifices to the gods of Damascus whom he thought had defeated him. 1 He reasoned, 2 “Since the gods of the kings of Damascus helped them, I will sacrifice to them so they will help me.” But they caused him and all Israel to stumble.
In the eighth year of his reign, while he was still young, he began to seek the God of his ancestor 1 David. In his twelfth year he began ridding 2 Judah and Jerusalem of the high places, Asherah poles, idols, and images.
The exiles who were returning from the captivity offered burnt offerings to the God of Israel – twelve bulls for all Israel, ninety-six rams, seventy-seven male lambs, along with twelve male goats as a sin offering. All this was a burnt offering to the Lord.
Nebuchadnezzar said to them, “Is it true, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, that you don’t serve my gods and that you don’t pay homage to the golden statue that I erected?