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But Sarai was barren; she had no children.
But Lot’s 1 wife looked back longingly 2 and was turned into a pillar of salt.
Thus the poor have hope, and iniquity 1 shuts its mouth. 2
“Listen carefully 1 to my words; let this be 2 the consolation you offer me. 3
I will give you thanks, for you answered me, and have become my deliverer.
Then fear overwhelmed 1 those who were in the camp, those who were in the field, all the army in the garrison, and the raiding bands. They trembled and the ground shook. This fear was caused by God. 2
Samson’s bride was then given to his best man. 1
Then there was a great outcry from the people and their wives against their fellow Jews. 1
If only you would keep completely silent! 1 For you, that would be wisdom. 2
I weep and refrain from eating food, 1 which causes others to insult me. 2
מ (Mem) Whose command was ever fulfilled 1 unless the Lord 2 decreed it?
The primary regions 1 of his kingdom were Babel, 2 Erech, 3 Akkad, 4 and Calneh 5 in the land of Shinar. 6
Rebekah stands here before you. Take her and go so that she may become 1 the wife of your master’s son, just as the Lord has decided.” 2
Naomi took the child and placed him on her lap; 1 she became his caregiver. 2
Then the army marched out to the field to fight against Israel. The battle took place in the forest of Ephraim.
The young woman was very beautiful; she became the king’s nurse and served him, but the king did not have sexual relations with her. 1
But now, get me a musician.” 1 When the musician played, the Lord energized him, 2
Raiding parties went out from Syria and took captive from the land of Israel a young girl, who became a servant to Naaman’s wife.
Jerahmeel had another wife named Atarah; she was Onam’s mother.
Then I would yet have my comfort, 1 then 2 I would rejoice, 3 in spite of pitiless pain, 4 for 5 I have not concealed the words 6 of the Holy One. 7