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  • The root of wisdom is fear of the LORD; her branches are length of days. (Ecclesiasticus 1, 18)

  • For kindness to a father will not be forgotten, it will serve as a sin offering--it will take lasting root. (Ecclesiasticus 3, 14)

  • Seek not to become a judge if you have not strength to root out crime, Or you will show favor to the ruler and mar your integrity. (Ecclesiasticus 7, 6)

  • Her children will not take root; her branches will not bring forth fruit. (Ecclesiasticus 23, 25)

  • I have struck root among the glorious people, in the portion of the LORD, his heritage. (Ecclesiasticus 24, 12)

  • Till he destroys the haughty root and branch, and smashes the scepter of the wicked; (Ecclesiasticus 35, 21)

  • The root of all conduct is the mind; four branches it shoots forth: (Ecclesiasticus 37, 17)

  • The offshoot of violence will not flourish, for the root of the godless is on sheer rock; (Ecclesiasticus 40, 15)

  • But God does not withdraw his mercy, nor permit even one of his promises to fail. He does not uproot the posterity of his chosen one, nor destroy the offspring of his friend. So he gave to Jacob a remnant, to David a root from his own family. (Ecclesiasticus 47, 22)

  • for they had treated him badly who even in the womb had been made a prophet, To root out, pull down, and destroy, and then to build and to plant. (Ecclesiasticus 49, 7)

  • Therefore, as the tongue of fire licks up stubble, as dry grass shrivels in the flame, Even so their root shall become rotten and their blossom scatter like dust; For they have spurned the law of the LORD of hosts, and scorned the word of the Holy One of Israel. (Isaiah 5, 24)

  • On that day, The root of Jesse, set up as a signal for the nations, The Gentiles shall seek out, for his dwelling shall be glorious. (Isaiah 11, 10)

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