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  • His family all tried to comfort him, but it was no use. "I will die in mourning for my son," he would say, and then begin to weep. - Genesis 37:35

  • In the course of time Judah's wife died. After the time of mourning was over, Judah and his friend Hirah the Adullamite went to Timnah to supervise the shearing of his sheep. - Genesis 38:12

  • The embalming process took forty days, and there was a period of national mourning for seventy days. - Genesis 50:3

  • When the period of mourning was over, Joseph approached Pharaoh's advisers and asked them to speak to Pharaoh on his behalf. - Genesis 50:4

  • When they arrived at the threshing floor of Atad, near the Jordan River, they held a very great and solemn funeral, with a seven-day period of mourning for Joseph's father. - Genesis 50:10

  • The local residents, the Canaanites, renamed the place Abel-mizraim,* for they said, "This is a place of very deep mourning for these Egyptians."1 - Genesis 50:11

  • When the people heard these stern words, they went into mourning and refused to wear their jewelry and ornaments. - Exodus 33:4

  • Therefore, the sorrows of death and mourning and famine will overtake her in a single day. She will be utterly consumed by fire, for the Lord God who judges her is mighty." - Revelation 18:8

  • "Never cut your bodies in mourning for the dead or mark your skin with tattoos, for I am the LORD. - Leviticus 19:28

  • and change all her clothes. Then she must remain in your home for a full month, mourning for her father and mother. After that you may marry her. - Deuteronomy 21:13

  • I have not eaten any of it while in mourning; I have not touched it while I was ceremonially unclean; and I have not offered any of it to the dead. I have obeyed the LORD my God and have done everything you commanded me. - Deuteronomy 26:14

  • The people of Israel mourned thirty days for Moses on the plains of Moab, until the customary period of mourning was over. - Deuteronomy 34:8

  • On the third day after David's return, a man arrived from the Israelite battlefront. He had torn his clothes and put dirt on his head to show that he was in mourning. He fell to the ground before David in deep respect. - 2 Samuel 1:2

  • Then David said to Joab and all those who were with him, "Tear your clothes and put on sackcloth. Go into deep mourning for Abner." And King David himself walked behind the procession to the grave. - 2 Samuel 3:31

  • When the period of mourning was over, David sent for her and brought her to the palace, and she became one of his wives. Then she gave birth to a son. But the LORD was very displeased with what David had done. - 2 Samuel 11:27
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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