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Ruth replied to Naomi, 1 “I will do everything you have told 2 me 3 to do.” 4
Now yes, it is true that 1 I am a guardian, 2 but there is another guardian who is a closer relative than I am.
For a remnant will leave Jerusalem; survivors will come out of Mount Zion. The intense devotion of the sovereign Lord 1 to his people 2 will accomplish this.
She said, “He gave me these sixty pounds of barley, for he said to me, 1 ‘Do not go to your mother-in-law empty-handed.’” 2
David defeated King Hadadezer son of Rehob of Zobah when he came to reestablish 1 his authority 2 over the Euphrates 3 River.
“Find Jeremiah 1 and look out for him. 2 Do not do anything to harm him, 3 but do with him whatever he tells you.”
Do not give her archers time to string their bows or to put on their coats of armor. 1 Do not spare any of her young men. Completely destroy 2 her whole army.
In those days Ahithophel’s advice was considered as valuable as a prophetic revelation. 1 Both David and Absalom highly regarded the advice of Ahithophel. 2
May the Lord forgive your servant for this one thing: When my master enters the temple of Rimmon to worship, and he leans on my arm and I bow down in the temple of Rimmon, may the Lord forgive your servant for this.” 1
So King Zedekiah made a secret promise to Jeremiah and sealed it with an oath. He promised, 1 “As surely as the Lord lives who has given us life and breath, 2 I promise you this: I will not kill you or hand you over to those men who want to kill you.” 3
these will be its measurements: The north side will be one and one-half miles, 1 the south side one and one-half miles, the east side one and one-half miles, and the west side one and one-half miles.