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(1.00) (Psa 37:8)

tn Heb “Refrain from anger! Abandon rage!”

(0.94) (Jer 41:8)

tn Or “So he refrained from killing them”; Heb “he refrained and did not kill them.”

(0.67) (Jer 31:16)

tn Heb “Refrain your voice from crying and your eyes from tears.”

(0.67) (Jer 2:25)

tn Heb “Refrain your feet from being bare and your throat from being dry/thirsty.”

(0.67) (Pro 20:3)

tn Heb “cessation” (שֶׁבֶת, shevet); NAB “to shun strife”; NRSV “refrain from strife.”

(0.67) (Job 28:20)

tn The refrain is repeated, except now the verb is תָּבוֹא (tavoʾ, “come”).

(0.67) (2Ch 18:5)

tn Heb “Should we go against Ramoth Gilead for war or should I refrain?”

(0.67) (1Ki 22:6)

tn Heb “Should I go against Ramoth Gilead for war or should I refrain?”

(0.59) (1Ch 16:41)

tn Perhaps this refers to the refrain of their songs of praise (see Ps 136). In this case one could translate, “to give thanks to the Lord with songs using the refrain, ‘For his loyal love endures.’”

(0.58) (Pro 17:27)

sn The participle חוֹשֵׂךְ (khosekh) means “withholds; restrains; refrains; spares; holds in check,” etc. One who has knowledge speaks carefully.

(0.58) (Exo 23:5)

tn The line reads “you will cease to forsake him”—refrain from leaving your enemy without help.

(0.50) (Luk 23:22)

sn The refrain of innocence comes once again. Pilate tried to bring some sense of justice, believing Jesus had committed no crime deserving death.

(0.50) (Jer 9:9)

sn See 5:9, 29. This is somewhat of a refrain at the end of a catalog of Judah’s sins.

(0.50) (Jer 5:29)

sn These words are repeated from 5:9 to give a kind of refrain justifying again the necessity of punishment in the light of such sins.

(0.50) (Psa 102:4)

sn I am unable to eat food. During his time of mourning, the psalmist refrained from eating. In the following verse he describes metaphorically the physical effects of fasting.

(0.50) (Psa 69:10)

sn Fasting was a practice of mourners. By refraining from normal activities such as eating food, the mourner demonstrated the sincerity of his sorrow.

(0.50) (Psa 35:13)

sn Fasting was also a practice of mourners. By refraining from normal activities, such as eating food, the mourner demonstrated the sincerity of his sorrow.

(0.50) (Psa 8:9)

sn Using the poetic device of inclusio, the psalmist ends the psalm the way he began it. The concluding refrain is identical to v. 1.

(0.42) (Eze 36:22)

sn In Ezek 20:22 God refrained from punishment for the sake of his holy name. Here God’s reputation is the basis for Israel’s restoration.

(0.42) (Psa 136:1)

sn Psalm 136. In this hymn the psalmist affirms that God is praiseworthy because of his enduring loyal love, sovereign authority, and compassion. Each verse of the psalm concludes with the refrain “for his loyal love endures.”



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