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  • Therefore, having apprehended him, they led the king to the king of Babylon at Riblah. And he was speaking with him in judgment. (2 Kings 25, 6)

  • Therefore, David reigned over all of Israel, and he executed judgment and justice among all his people. (1 Chronicles 18, 14)

  • from heaven, that is, from your firm habitation, you will heed their prayers, and you will accomplish judgment, and you will forgive your people, even though they are sinners. (2 Chronicles 6, 39)

  • Blessed is the Lord your God, who willed to set you upon his throne as a king for the Lord your God. Since God loves Israel, he wishes to preserve them unto eternity. For this reason, he appointed you as king over them, so that you may accomplish judgment and justice.” (2 Chronicles 9, 8)

  • And instructing the judges, he said: “Pay attention to what you are doing. For you exercise judgment, not of man, but of the Lord. And whatever you will have judged, it will come back to you. (2 Chronicles 19, 6)

  • Jehoshaphat also appointed Levites and priests and leaders of families, out of Israel, in Jerusalem, so that they might judge the judgment and purpose of the Lord for its inhabitants. (2 Chronicles 19, 8)

  • ‘If evils will have fallen upon us, the sword of judgment, or pestilence, or famine, we will stand in your sight before this house, in which your name is invoked, and we will cry out to you in our tribulations. And you will heed us and accomplish our salvation.’ (2 Chronicles 20, 9)

  • he took counsel with the rulers and with the most valiant men, so that they might obstruct the heads of the springs which were beyond the city. And with everyone discerning the same judgment about this, (2 Chronicles 32, 3)

  • For Ezra prepared his heart, so that he might search the law of the Lord, and so that he might keep and teach precept and judgment in Israel. (Ezra 7, 10)

  • And any one who will not diligently keep the law of your God, and the law of the king, judgment shall be upon him, either to death, or to exile, or to the confiscation of his goods, or certainly to prison.” (Ezra 7, 26)

  • After him, Hananiah, the son of Shelemiah, and Hanun, the sixth son of Zalaph, built another measure. After him, Meshullam, the son of Berechiah, built, opposite his own storehouse. After him, Malchijah, the son of the goldsmith, built, even up to the house of the temple servants and of the sellers of small items, opposite the judgment gate, and even to the upper room of the corner. (Nehemiah 3, 30)

  • saying, “O Lord, you are just and all your judgments are just, and all your ways are mercy, and truth, and judgment. (Tobit 3, 2)

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