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  • Genesis 34:7
    Jacob’s sons had come in from the fields. They came as soon as they heard what had happened. They were shocked and very angry. Shechem had done a very terrible thing. He had forced Jacob’s daughter to have sex with him. He had done something that should never be done in Israel.
  • 2 Samuel 12 10
    So time after time members of your own royal house will be killed with swords. That’s because you turned your back on me. You took the wife of Uriah, the Hittite, to be your own.’
  • Psalms 101:8
    Every morning I will get rid of all the sinful people in the land. I will remove from the city of the Lord everyone who does what is evil.
  • 2 Samuel 12 5
    David was very angry with the rich man. He said to Nathan,“ The man who did this must die! And that’s just as sure as the Lord is alive.
  • 1 Samuel 2 22-1 Samuel 2 25
    Eli was very old. He kept hearing about everything his sons were doing to all the Israelites. He also heard how his sons were sleeping with the women who served at the entrance to the tent of meeting.So Eli said to his sons,“ Why are you doing these things? All the people are telling me about the evil things you are doing.No, my sons. The report I hear isn’t good. And it’s spreading among the Lord’ s people.If a person sins against someone else, God can help that sinner. But if anyone sins against the Lord, who can help them?” In spite of what their father Eli said, his sons didn’t pay any attention to his warning. That’s because the Lord had already decided to put them to death.
  • 1 Samuel 2 29
    Why don’t you treat my sacrifices and offerings with respect? I require them to be brought to the house where I live. Why do you honor your sons more than me? Why do you fatten yourselves on the best parts of every offering that is made by my people Israel?’
  • 2 Samuel 3 28-2 Samuel 3 29
    Later on, David heard about it. He said,“ I and the people of my kingdom aren’t guilty of spilling the blood of Abner, the son of Ner. We are free of blame forever in the sight of the Lord.May Joab and his whole family line be held accountable for spilling Abner’s blood! May Joab’s family never be without someone who has an open sore or skin disease. May his family never be without someone who has to use a crutch to walk. May his family never be without someone who gets killed by a sword. And may his family never be without someone who doesn’t have enough to eat.”