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  • The people of Israel who survive will do no wrong to each other, never telling lies or deceiving one another. They will live peaceful lives, lying down to sleep in safety; there will be no one to make them afraid." - Zephaniah 3:13


  • Sing, O daughter of Zion; shout aloud, O Israel! Be glad and rejoice with all your heart, O daughter of Jerusalem! - Zephaniah 3:14


  • For the LORD will remove his hand of judgment and will disperse the armies of your enemy. And the LORD himself, the King of Israel, will live among you! At last your troubles will be over, and you will fear disaster no more. - Zephaniah 3:15


  • to eat and drink at my table in that Kingdom. And you will sit on thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel. - Luke 22:30


  • So the people of Israel followed all of the LORD's instructions to Moses. - Exodus 39:42


  • Now whenever the cloud lifted from the Tabernacle and moved, the people of Israel would set out on their journey, following it. - Exodus 40:36


  • The cloud of the LORD rested on the Tabernacle during the day, and at night there was fire in the cloud so all the people of Israel could see it. This continued throughout all their journeys. - Exodus 40:38


  • "If the entire Israelite community does something forbidden by the LORD and the matter escapes the community's notice, all the people will be guilty. - Leviticus 4:13


  • The priest must then take what is left of the bull outside the camp and burn it there, just as is done with the sin offering for the high priest. This is a sin offering for the entire community of Israel. - Leviticus 4:21


  • "If one of Israel's leaders does something forbidden by the LORD his God, he will be guilty even if he sinned unintentionally. - Leviticus 4:22


  • "If any of the citizens of Israel* do something forbidden by the LORD, they will be guilty even if they sinned unintentionally.2 - Leviticus 4:27


  • to the entrance of the Tabernacle.* Then call the entire community of Israel to meet you there."1 - Leviticus 8:3


  • After the ordination ceremony, on the eighth day, Moses called together Aaron and his sons and the leaders of Israel. - Leviticus 9:1


  • Then Moses said to Aaron and his sons Eleazar and Ithamar, "Do not mourn by letting your hair hang loose* or by tearing your clothes. If you do, you will die, and the LORD will be angry with the whole community of Israel. However, the rest of the Israelites, your relatives, may mourn for Nadab and Abihu, whom the LORD has destroyed by fire.1 - Leviticus 10:6


  • But the breast and thigh that were lifted up may be eaten in any place that is ceremonially clean. These parts have been given to you and to your sons and daughters as your regular share of the peace offerings presented by the people of Israel. - Leviticus 10:14


  • "In this way, you will keep the people of Israel separate from things that will defile them, so they will not die as a result of defiling my Tabernacle that is right there among them. - Leviticus 15:31


  • The people of Israel must then bring him two male goats for a sin offering and a ram for a whole burnt offering. - Leviticus 16:5
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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