Plague

Plague

 
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  • The LORD will bring against you every sickness and plague there is, even those not mentioned in this Book of the Law, until you are destroyed. - Deuteronomy 28:61


  • Was our sin at Peor not enough? We are not yet fully cleansed of it, even after the plague that struck the entire assembly of the LORD. - Joshua 22:17


  • "Then I sent Moses and Aaron, and I brought terrible plagues on Egypt; and afterward I brought you out as a free people. - Joshua 24:5


  • Who can save us from these mighty gods of Israel? They are the same gods who destroyed the Egyptians with plagues when Israel was in the wilderness. - 1 Samuel 4:8


  • Then the LORD began to afflict the people of Ashdod and the nearby villages with a plague of tumors.*1 - 1 Samuel 5:6


  • But when the Ark arrived at Gath, the LORD began afflicting its people, young and old, with a plague of tumors, and there was a great panic. - 1 Samuel 5:9


  • So the people summoned the rulers again and begged them, "Please send the Ark of the God of Israel back to its own country, or it* will kill us all." For the plague from God had already begun, and great fear was sweeping across the city.2 - 1 Samuel 5:11


  • "Send the Ark of the God of Israel back, along with a gift," they were told. "Send a guilt offering so the plague will stop. Then, if the plague doesn't stop, you will know that God didn't send the plague after all." - 1 Samuel 6:3


  • "What sort of guilt offering should we send?" they asked. And they were told, "Since the plague has struck both you and your five rulers, make five gold tumors and five gold rats, just like those that have ravaged your land. - 1 Samuel 6:4


  • Don't be stubborn and rebellious as Pharaoh and the Egyptians were. They wouldn't let Israel go until God had ravaged them with dreadful plagues. - 1 Samuel 6:6


  • If they cross the border of our land and go to Beth-shemesh, we will know it was the LORD who brought this great disaster upon us. If they don't, we will know that the plague was simply a coincidence and was not sent by the LORD at all." - 1 Samuel 6:9


  • So Gad came to David and asked him, "Will you choose three* years of famine throughout the land, three months of fleeing from your enemies, or three days of severe plague throughout your land? Think this over and let me know what answer to give the LORD."2 - 2 Samuel 24:13


  • So the LORD sent a plague upon Israel that morning, and it lasted for three days. Seventy thousand people died throughout the nation. - 2 Samuel 24:15


  • "Why have you come, my lord?" Araunah asked. And David replied, "I have come to buy your threshing floor and to build an altar to the LORD there, so that the LORD will stop the plague." - 2 Samuel 24:21


  • David built an altar there to the LORD and offered burnt offerings and peace offerings. And the LORD answered his prayer, and the plague was stopped. - 2 Samuel 24:25


  • "If there is a famine in the land, or plagues, or crop disease, or attacks of locusts or caterpillars, or if your people's enemies are in the land besieging their towns--whatever the trouble is-- - 1 Kings 8:37


  • You may choose three years of famine, three months of destruction by your enemies, or three days of severe plague as the angel of the LORD brings devastation throughout the land of Israel. Think this over and let me know what answer to give the LORD." - 1 Chronicles 21:12
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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