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  • Hebrews 2:18
    He himself suffered when he was tempted. Now he is able to help others who are being tempted.
  • Hebrews 7:28
    The law appoints as high priests men who are weak. But God’s promise came after the law. By his promise the Son was appointed. The Son has been made perfect forever.
  • 2 Corinthians 12 9-2 Corinthians 12 10
    But he said to me,“ My grace is all you need. My power is strongest when you are weak.” So I am very happy to brag about how weak I am. Then Christ’s power can rest on me.Because of how I suffered for Christ, I’m glad that I am weak. I am glad in hard times. I am glad when people say mean things about me. I am glad when things are difficult. And I am glad when people make me suffer. When I am weak, I am strong.
  • Hebrews 4:15
    We have a high priest who can feel it when we are weak and hurting. We have a high priest who has been tempted in every way, just as we are. But he did not sin.
  • Hebrews 12:13
    “ Make level paths for your feet to walk on.”( Proverbs 4:26) Then those who have trouble walking won’t be disabled. Instead, they will be healed.
  • Galatians 4:13
    Remember when I first preached the good news to you? Remember I did that because I was sick.
  • Exodus 32:21-24
    He said to Aaron,“ What did these people do to you? How did they make you lead them into such terrible sin?”“ Please don’t be angry,” Aaron answered.“ You know how these people like to do what is evil.They said to me,‘ Make us a god that will lead us. This fellow Moses brought us up out of Egypt. But we don’t know what has happened to him.’So I told them,‘ Anyone who has any gold jewelry, take it off.’ They gave me the gold. I threw it into the fire. And out came this calf!”
  • Numbers 20:10-12
    He and Aaron gathered the people together in front of the rock. Moses said to them,“ Listen, you who refuse to obey! Do we have to bring water out of this rock for you?”Then Moses raised his arm. He hit the rock twice with his walking stick. Water poured out. And the people and their livestock drank it.But the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron. He said,“ You did not trust in me enough to honor me. You did not honor me as the holy God in front of the Israelites. So you will not bring this community into the land I am giving them.”
  • Numbers 15:22-29
    “‘ Suppose you as a community fail to keep any of the commands the Lord gave Moses. And suppose you do it without meaning to.That applies to any of the commands the Lord told Moses to give you. And they are in effect from the day the Lord gave them and for all time to come.Suppose the community sins without meaning to. And suppose they do not know they have sinned. Then the whole community must offer a young bull. They must sacrifice it for a burnt offering. Its smell will please the Lord. Along with it, they must offer its required grain offering and drink offering. They must also sacrifice a male goat for a sin offering.With it the priest will pay for the sin of the whole community of Israel. Then they will be forgiven. They did not mean to commit that sin. And they have presented to the Lord a food offering for the wrong thing they did. They have brought a sin offering with it.The Lord will forgive the whole community of Israel and the outsiders living among them. All the people had a part in the sin, even though they did not mean to do it.“‘ But suppose just one person sins without meaning to. Then that person must bring a female goat for a sin offering. It must be a year old.With it the priest will pay for the person’s sin in front of the Lord. The priest will do it for the one who did wrong by sinning without meaning to. When the sin is paid for, that person will be forgiven.The same law applies to everyone who sins without meaning to. It does not matter whether they are an Israelite or an outsider.
  • 2 Corinthians 12 5
    I will brag about a man like that. But I won’t brag about myself. I will brag only about how weak I am.
  • 1 Timothy 1 13
    I used to speak evil things against Jesus. I tried to hurt his followers. I really pushed them around. But God showed me mercy anyway. I did those things without knowing any better. I wasn’t a believer.
  • Exodus 32:8
    They have quickly turned away from what I commanded them. They have made themselves a metal statue of a god in the shape of a calf. They have bowed down and sacrificed to it. And they have said,‘ Israel, here is your god who brought you up out of Egypt.’
  • Exodus 32:2-5
    Aaron answered them,“ Take the gold earrings off your wives, your sons and your daughters. Bring the earrings to me.”So all the people took off their earrings. They brought them to Aaron.He took what they gave him and made it into a metal statue of a god. It looked like a calf. Aaron shaped it with a tool. Then the people said,“ Israel, here is your god who brought you up out of Egypt.”When Aaron saw what they were doing, he built an altar in front of the calf. He said,“ Tomorrow will be a feast day to honor the Lord.”
  • Numbers 12:1-9
    Miriam and Aaron began to say bad things about Moses. That’s because Moses had married a woman from Cush.“ Has the Lord spoken only through Moses?” they asked.“ Hasn’t he also spoken through us?” The Lord heard what they said.Moses was a very humble man. In fact, he was more humble than anyone else on the face of the earth.The Lord spoke to Moses, Aaron and Miriam. He said,“ All three of you, come out to the tent of meeting.” So they did.Then the Lord came down in a pillar of cloud. He stood at the entrance to the tent. And he told Aaron and Miriam to come to him. The two of them stepped forward.Then the Lord said,“ Listen to my words.“ Suppose there is a prophet among you. I, the Lord, make myself known to them in visions. I speak to them in dreams.But this is not true of my servant Moses. He is faithful in everything he does in my house.With Moses I speak face to face. I speak with him clearly. I do not speak in riddles. I let him see something of what I look like. So why were you not afraid to speak against my servant Moses?”The Lord was very angry with them. And he left them.
  • Judges 2:17
    But the people wouldn’t listen to their leaders. They weren’t faithful to the Lord. They served other gods and worshiped them. They didn’t obey the Lord’ s commands as their people before them had done. They quickly turned away from the path their people had taken.
  • Luke 22:32
    But I have prayed for you, Simon. I have prayed that your faith will not fail. When you have turned back, help your brothers to be strong.”
  • Isaiah 30:11
    Get out of our way! Get off our path! Keep the Holy One of Israel away from us!’ ”
  • 2 Corinthians 11 30
    If I have to brag, I will brag about the things that show how weak I am.