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  • So may all your enemies perish, O Yahweh, but may your friends be like the brilliant sun! (Judges 5, 31)

  • When David arrived in Ziklag, he sent part of the booty to the elders of Judah, to each of his friends, saying, "This is a gift to you from the booty of Yahweh's enemies: (1 Samuel 30, 26)

  • Abner was very angry because of Ishbaal's remark and exclaimed, "Am I a dog's head? Up to now I have been loyal to the family of Saul your father, to his brothers and friends, and have not delivered you into the hands of David, and you come accusing me because of this woman. (2 Samuel 3, 8)

  • David went to meet them and said, "If you come to me as friends, to give me help, then I am ready to join you. But if it is to betray me to my enemies, when I have done no wrong, then may the God of our ancestors see and punish you." (1 Chronicles 12, 18)

  • Tobiah had many friends in Judah for he was the son-in-law of Shecaniah, son of Arah, and because his son Jehohanan was married to the daughter of Meshullam, son of Berechiah. (Nehemiah 6, 18)

  • Edna questioned them, "Where have you come from, my friends?" They replied, "We are of the sons of Naphtali who live as exiles in Nineveh." (Tobit 7, 3)

  • He did not show it, however, but went home and summoned his friends and his wife Zeresh. (Esther 5, 10)

  • His wife Zeresh and all his friends said, "Have a fifty-cubit gallows built. In the morning ask the king to have Mordecai hanged on it. Then go to the banquet merrily together with the king." Satisfied with the suggestion, Haman had the gallows erected. (Esther 5, 14)

  • He told his wife and all his friends everything that had happened, and they said to him, "If Mordecai, who started your downfall, is of Jewish origin, you will not win against him. You will surely be ruined." (Esther 6, 13)

  • It often happens also that those in authority, through the influence of friends entrusted with the administration of public affairs, become partly responsible for the shedding of innocent blood and are involved in causing irremediable misfortune. (Esther 16, 5)

  • Three of Job's friends - Eliphaz the Temanite, Bildad the Shuhite, and Zophar the Naamathite - heard of the misfortune that came upon him. They set out from their own homes and journeyed together to offer their sympathy and consolation to Job. (Job 2, 11)

  • Friends without compassion made me lose the fear of the Almighty, (Job 6, 14)

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