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  • Abram believed Yahweh who, because of this, held him to be an upright man. (Genesis 15, 6)

  • You are to make frames of acacia wood for the Holy Tent which will stand upright. (Exodus 26, 15)

  • The Holy Tent was made with boards of acacia wood, which stood upright. (Exodus 36, 20)

  • Who can count the dust of Jacob, or number the fourth part of Israel? Let me die the death of the upright and may my end be like theirs!" (Numbers 23, 10)

  • He is the Rock, and perfect are all his works, just are all his ways. A faithful God he is, upright and just and unerring. (Deuteronomy 32, 4)

  • The king of Israel said to Jehoshaphat, "I will disguise myself as we go into battle, but I want you to wear your royal clothes." The king of Aram had given his chariot commanders the following order: "Do not attack anyone of whatever rank, except the king of Israel." When the chariot commanders saw Jehoshaphat, they thought he was the king of Israel. And they wheeled to the attack. But Jehoshaphat gave a shout and Yahweh came to his help, God rescued him and turned the attack away from him. The chariot commanders realized that he was not the king of Israel and called off their pursuit. By chance, however, one of the soldiers shot an arrow which struck the king of Israel between the joints of his armor. The king said to his charioteer, "Turn around and get me out of the battle; I have been hurt." But the battle grew fiercer so that they held the king upright in his chariot facing the Aramaeans until evening, and at sunset he died. (2 Chronicles 18, 29)

  • and Jehoshaphat gave them the following instructions, "You are to perform these duties in the fear of Yahweh, as upright and honest men. (2 Chronicles 19, 9)

  • In all circumstances bless the Lord and ask him to make your ways upright; and to make your plans and projects succeed because not every nation has true wisdom. It is the Lord who gives everything and he humbles those whom he wishes. My son, remember my advice and do not let it be erased from your heart. (Tobit 4, 19)

  • Job, a blameless and upright man who feared God and shunned evil, once lived in the land of Uz. (Job 1, 1)

  • Yahweh asked again, "Have you noticed my servant Job? No one on earth is as blameless and upright as he, a man who fears God and avoids evil." (Job 1, 8)

  • Yahweh asked again, "Have you noticed my servant Job? No one on earth is as blameless and upright as he, a man who fears God and avoids evil. He still holds fast to his integrity even if you provoked me to ruin him without cause." (Job 2, 3)

  • Have you seen a guiltless man perish, or an upright man done away with? (Job 4, 7)

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