“Go up to this Abarim 1 hill country, to Mount Nebo (which is in the land of Moab opposite Jericho 2 ) and look at the land of Canaan that I am giving to the Israelites as a possession.
I am confident 1 in the Lord that you will accept no other view. 2 But the one who is confusing 3 you will pay the penalty, 4 whoever he may be.
Because of the impending crisis I think it best for you to remain as you are.
Joshua son of Nun sent two spies out from Shittim secretly and instructed them: 1 “Find out what you can about the land, especially Jericho.” 2 They stopped at the house of a prostitute named Rahab and spent the night there. 3
So then from now on we acknowledge 1 no one from an outward human point of view. 2 Even though we have known Christ from such a human point of view, 3 now we do not know him in that way any longer.
Now the appearance of the glory of the Lord was like a devouring fire on the top of the mountain in plain view 1 of the people.
When the king arrived back from Damascus and 1 saw the altar, he approached it 2 and offered a sacrifice on it. 3
They 1 see your processions, O God – the processions of my God, my king, who marches along in holy splendor. 2
For he will look down from his sanctuary above; 1 from heaven the Lord will look toward earth, 2
They returned from investigating the land after forty days.
I continued up the valley during the night, inspecting the wall. Then I turned back and came to the Valley Gate, and so returned.
But we would like to hear from you what you think, for regarding this sect we know 1 that people 2 everywhere speak against 3 it.”
In regard to the gospel they are enemies for your sake, but in regard to election they are dearly loved for the sake of the fathers.
I proceeded through the Valley Gate by night, in the direction of the Well of the Dragons 1 and the Dung Gate, 2 inspecting 3 the walls of Jerusalem that had been breached and its gates that had been destroyed by fire.
he who commands the sun and 1 it does not shine 2 and seals up 3 the stars;
“I will explain to you; listen to me, and what 1 I have seen, I will declare, 2
For he looks to the ends of the earth and observes everything under the heavens.
From Zion, the most beautiful of all places, 1 God comes in splendor. 2
Surely it is futile to spread 1 a net in plain sight of 2 any bird, 3
(Now Mary Magdalene and the other Mary were sitting there, opposite the tomb.)