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  • So on October 8* Ezra the priest brought the scroll of the law before the assembly, which included the men and women and all the children old enough to understand.1 - Nehemiah 8:2

  • Many sacrifices were offered on that joyous day, for God had given the people cause for great joy. The women and children also participated in the celebration, and the joy of the people of Jerusalem could be heard far away. - Nehemiah 12:43

  • Even worse, half their children spoke in the language of Ashdod or some other people and could not speak the language of Judah at all. - Nehemiah 13:24

  • So I confronted them and called down curses on them. I beat some of them and pulled out their hair. I made them swear before God that they would not let their children intermarry with the pagan people of the land. - Nehemiah 13:25

  • and sent by messengers into all the provinces of the empire. The letters decreed that all Jews--young and old, including women and children--must be killed, slaughtered, and annihilated on a single day. This was scheduled to happen nearly a year later on March 7.* The property of the Jews would be given to those who killed them.4 - Esther 3:13

  • and boasted to them about his great wealth and his many children. He bragged about the honors the king had given him and how he had been promoted over all the other officials and leaders. - Esther 5:11

  • The king's decree gave the Jews in every city authority to unite to defend their lives. They were allowed to kill, slaughter, and annihilate anyone of any nationality or province who might attack them or their children and wives, and to take the property of their enemies. - Esther 8:11

  • When these celebrations ended--and sometimes they lasted several days--Job would purify his children. He would get up early in the morning and offer a burnt offering for each of them. For Job said to himself, "Perhaps my children have sinned and have cursed God in their hearts." This was Job's regular practice. - Job 1:5

  • Suddenly, a powerful wind swept in from the desert and hit the house on all sides. The house collapsed, and all your children are dead. I am the only one who escaped to tell you." - Job 1:19

  • Their children are abandoned far from help, with no one to defend them. - Job 5:4

  • Your children will be many; your descendants will be as plentiful as grass! - Job 5:25

  • Your children obviously sinned against him, so their punishment was well deserved. - Job 8:4

  • They denounce their companions for their own advantage, so let their children faint with hunger. - Job 17:5

  • They will have neither children nor grandchildren, nor any survivor in their home country. - Job 18:19

  • Even young children despise me. When I stand to speak, they turn their backs on me. - Job 19:18

  • His children will beg from the poor, for he must give back his ill-gotten wealth. - Job 20:10

  • They live to see their children grow to maturity, and they enjoy their grandchildren. - Job 21:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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