Guilt

Guilt

 
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  • Joab and his family are the guilty ones. May his family in every generation be cursed with a man who has open sores or leprosy* or who walks on crutches* or who dies by the sword or who begs for food!"3 - 2 Samuel 3:29


  • Uriah replied, "The Ark and the armies of Israel and Judah are living in tents,* and Joab and his officers are camping in the open fields. How could I go home to wine and dine and sleep with my wife? I swear that I will never be guilty of acting like that."1 - 2 Samuel 11:11


  • And Absalom replied, "Because I wanted you to ask the king why he brought me back from Geshur if he didn't intend to see me. I might as well have stayed there. Let me see the king; if he finds me guilty of anything, then let him execute me." - 2 Samuel 14:32


  • There was a famine during David's reign that lasted for three years, so David asked the LORD about it. And the LORD said, "The famine has come because Saul and his family are guilty of murdering the Gibeonites." - 2 Samuel 21:1


  • "Do as he said," the king replied. "Kill him there beside the altar and bury him. This will remove the guilt of his senseless murders from me and from my father's family. - 1 Kings 2:31


  • May Joab and his descendants be forever guilty of these murders, and may the LORD grant peace to David and his descendants and to his throne forever." - 1 Kings 2:33


  • then hear from heaven and judge between your servants--the accuser and the accused. Punish the guilty party and acquit the one who is innocent. - 1 Kings 8:32


  • He was especially guilty because he worshiped idols just as the Amorites had done--the people whom the LORD had driven from the land ahead of the Israelites. - 1 Kings 21:26


  • However, the money that was contributed for guilt offerings and sin offerings was not brought into the LORD's Temple. It was given to the priests for their own use. - 2 Kings 12:16


  • then hear from heaven and judge between your servants--the accuser and the accused. Punish the guilty party, and acquit the one who is innocent. - 2 Chronicles 6:23


  • Whenever a case comes to you from fellow citizens in an outlying town, whether a murder case or some other violation of God's instructions, commands, laws, or regulations, you must warn them not to sin against the LORD, so that his anger will not come against you and them. Do this and you will not be guilty. - 2 Chronicles 19:10


  • "You must not bring the prisoners here!" they declared. "We cannot afford to add to our sins and guilt. Our guilt is already great, and the LORD's fierce anger is already turned against Israel." - 2 Chronicles 28:13


  • I prayed, "O my God, I am utterly ashamed; I blush to lift up my face to you. For our sins are piled higher than our heads, and our guilt has reached to the heavens. - Ezra 9:6


  • "Now we are being punished because of our wickedness and our great guilt. But we have actually been punished far less than we deserve, for you, our God, have allowed some of us to survive as a remnant. - Ezra 9:13


  • O LORD, God of Israel, you are just. We stand before you in our guilt as nothing but an escaped remnant, though in such a condition none of us can stand in your presence." - Ezra 9:15


  • They vowed to divorce their wives, and they each acknowledged their guilt by offering a ram as a guilt offering. - Ezra 10:19


  • These are the Levites who were guilty: Jozabad, Shimei, Kelaiah (also called Kelita), Pethahiah, Judah, and Eliezer. - Ezra 10:23
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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