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(0.48)2Sa 18:16

Then Joab blew the trumpet 1  and the army turned back from chasing Israel, for Joab had called for the army to halt.

(0.48)1Ki 12:26

Jeroboam then thought to himself: 1  “Now the Davidic dynasty could regain the kingdom. 2 

(0.48)Psa 6:4

Relent, Lord, rescue me! 1  Deliver me because of your faithfulness! 2 

(0.48)Psa 7:7

The countries are assembled all around you; 1  take once more your rightful place over them! 2 

(0.48)Psa 78:39

He remembered 1  that they were made of flesh, and were like a wind that blows past and does not return. 2 

(0.48)Psa 79:12

Pay back our neighbors in full! 1  May they be insulted the same way they insulted you, O Lord! 2 

(0.48)Eze 35:7

I will turn Mount Seir into a desolate ruin; 1  I will cut off 2  from it the one who passes through or returns.

(0.48)Eze 47:7

When I had returned, I noticed 1  a vast number of trees on the banks of the river, on both sides.

(0.48)Gen 14:17

After Abram 1  returned from defeating Kedorlaomer and the kings who were with him, the king of Sodom went out to meet Abram 2  in the Valley of Shaveh (known as the King’s Valley). 3 

(0.48)Lev 25:28

If he has not prospered enough to refund 1  a balance to him, then what he sold 2  will belong to 3  the one who bought it until the jubilee year, but it must revert 4  in the jubilee and the original owner 5  may return to his property.

(0.48)Jos 2:16

She told them, “Head 1  to the hill country, so the ones chasing you don’t find you. 2  Hide from them there for three days, long enough for those chasing you 3  to return. Then you can be on your way.”

(0.48)Jdg 7:3

Now, announce to the men, 1  ‘Whoever is shaking with fear 2  may turn around and leave Mount Gilead.’” 3  Twenty-two thousand men 4  went home; 5  ten thousand remained.

(0.48)1Sa 18:6

When the men 1  arrived after David returned from striking down the Philistine, the women from all the cities of Israel came out singing and dancing to meet King Saul. They were happy as they played their tambourines and three-stringed instruments. 2 

(0.48)2Sa 11:4

David sent some messengers to get her. 1  She came to him and he had sexual relations with her. 2  (Now at that time she was in the process of purifying herself from her menstrual uncleanness.) 3  Then she returned to her home.

(0.48)2Ki 3:27

So he took his firstborn son, who was to succeed him as king, and offered him up as a burnt sacrifice on the wall. There was an outburst of divine anger against Israel, 1  so they broke off the attack 2  and returned to their homeland.

(0.48)1Ch 20:3

He removed the city’s residents and made them do hard labor with saws, iron picks, and axes. 1  This was his policy 2  with all the Ammonite cities. Then David and all the army returned to Jerusalem.

(0.48)2Ch 11:4

‘The Lord says this: “Do not attack and make war with your brothers. Each of you go home, for I have caused this to happen.”’” 1  They obeyed the Lord and called off the attack against Jeroboam. 2 

(0.48)Neh 7:6

These are the people 1  of the province who returned 2  from the captivity of the exiles, whom King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon had forced into exile. 3  They returned to Jerusalem and to Judah, each to his own city.

(0.46)Gen 42:24

He turned away from them and wept. When he turned around and spoke to them again, 1  he had Simeon taken 2  from them and tied up 3  before their eyes.

(0.46)Gen 43:12

Take double the money with you; 1  you must take back 2  the money that was returned in the mouths of your sacks – perhaps it was an oversight.



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