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  • The next morning Balak took Balaam up to Bamoth-baal. From there he could see the people of Israel spread out below him. - Numbers 22:41


  • This was the prophecy Balaam delivered: "Balak summoned me to come from Aram; the king of Moab brought me from the eastern hills. `Come,' he said, `curse Jacob for me! Come and announce Israel's doom.' - Numbers 23:7


  • Who can count Jacob's descendants, as numerous as dust? Who can count even a fourth of Israel's people? Let me die like the righteous; let my life end like theirs." - Numbers 23:10


  • Then King Balak told him, "Come with me to another place. There you will see only a portion of the nation of Israel. Curse at least that many!" - Numbers 23:13


  • No misfortune is in sight for Jacob; no trouble is in store for Israel. For the LORD their God is with them; he has been proclaimed their king. - Numbers 23:21


  • No curse can touch Jacob; no sorcery has any power against Israel. For now it will be said of Jacob, `What wonders God has done for Israel!' - Numbers 23:23


  • By now Balaam realized that the LORD intended to bless Israel, so he did not resort to divination as he often did. Instead, he turned and looked out toward the wilderness, - Numbers 24:1


  • where he saw the people of Israel camped, tribe by tribe. Then the Spirit of God came upon him, - Numbers 24:2


  • How beautiful are your tents, O Jacob; how lovely are your homes, O Israel! - Numbers 24:5


  • Like a lion, Israel crouches and lies down; like a lioness, who dares to arouse her? Blessed is everyone who blesses you, O Israel, and cursed is everyone who curses you." - Numbers 24:9


  • I see him, but not in the present time. I perceive him, but far in the distant future. A star will rise from Jacob; a scepter will emerge from Israel. It will crush the foreheads of Moab's people, cracking the skulls of the people of Sheth. - Numbers 24:17


  • Edom will be taken over, and Seir, its enemy, will be conquered, while Israel continues on in triumph. - Numbers 24:18


  • Before long Israel was joining in the worship of Baal of Peor, causing the LORD's anger to blaze against his people. - Numbers 25:3


  • The LORD issued the following command to Moses: "Seize all the ringleaders and execute them before the LORD in broad daylight, so his fierce anger will turn away from the people of Israel." - Numbers 25:4


  • So Moses ordered Israel's judges to execute everyone who had joined in worshiping Baal of Peor. - Numbers 25:5


  • Just then one of the Israelite men brought a Midianite woman into the camp, right before the eyes of Moses and all the people, as they were weeping at the entrance of the Tabernacle.*2 - Numbers 25:6


  • "Phinehas son of Eleazar and grandson of Aaron the priest has turned my anger away from the Israelites by displaying passionate zeal among them on my behalf. So I have stopped destroying all Israel as I had intended to do in my anger. - Numbers 25:11
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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