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  • David went out to meet them and said, "If you have come in peace to help me, we are friends. But if you have come to betray me to my enemies when I am innocent, then may the God of our ancestors see and judge you." - 1 Chronicles 12:17

  • Let the trees of the forest rustle with praise before the LORD! For he is coming to judge the earth. - 1 Chronicles 16:33

  • from the time I appointed judges to rule my people. And I will subdue all your enemies. " `And now I declare that the LORD will build a house for you--a dynasty of kings! - 1 Chronicles 17:10

  • Then David said, "Twenty-four thousand of them will supervise the work at the Temple of the LORD. Six thousand are to serve as officials and judges. - 1 Chronicles 23:4

  • From the clan of Izhar came Kenaniah. He and his sons were appointed to serve as public administrators and judges throughout Israel. - 1 Chronicles 26:29

  • He called together all Israel--the generals and captains of the army, the judges, and all the political and clan leaders. - 2 Chronicles 1:2

  • 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

  • He appointed judges throughout the nation in all the fortified cities, - 2 Chronicles 19:5

  • and he gave them these instructions: "Always think carefully before pronouncing judgment. Remember that you do not judge to please people but to please the LORD. He will be with you when you render the verdict in each case that comes before you. - 2 Chronicles 19:6

  • Fear the LORD and judge with care, for the LORD our God does not tolerate perverted justice, partiality, or the taking of bribes." - 2 Chronicles 19:7

  • Jehoshaphat appointed some of the Levites and priests and clan leaders in Israel to serve as judges in Jerusalem for cases concerning both the law of the LORD and civil disputes. - 2 Chronicles 19:8

  • They greeted the king for all their colleagues--the judges and local leaders, the people of Tarpel, the Persians, the Babylonians, and the people of Erech and Susa (that is, Elam). - Ezra 4:9

  • "And you, Ezra, are to use the wisdom God has given you to appoint magistrates and judges who know your God's laws to govern all the people in the province west of the Euphrates River. If the people are not familiar with those laws, you must teach them. - Ezra 7:25

  • Let our leaders act on behalf of us all. Everyone who has a pagan wife will come at the scheduled time with the leaders and judges of his city, so that the fierce anger of our God may be turned away from us concerning this affair." - Ezra 10:14

  • The whole earth is in the hands of the wicked, and God blinds the eyes of the judges and lets them be unfair. If not he, then who? - Job 9:24

  • He leads counselors away stripped of good judgment; he drives judges to madness. - Job 12:17

  • "But who can teach a lesson to God, the supreme Judge? - Job 21:22
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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