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  • Jacob then tore his garments, put on sackcloth and mourned his son for a long time. (Genesis 37, 34)

  • Anything on which the dead body of any of these creatures falls becomes unclean: wooden utensil, clothing, skin, sackcloth - any utensil at all. It must be dipped in water and will remain unclean until evening: then it will be clean. (Leviticus 11, 32)

  • David then told Joab and those who were with him, "Tear off your clothes, put on sackcloth and mourn before Abner." King David himself followed the corpse. (2 Samuel 3, 31)

  • Then Rizpah, daughter of Aiah, took sackcloth and spread it for herself on the rock, from the beginning of harvest until rain fell on them from the heavens. She did not allow the birds of the air to come on them by day or the beasts of the field by night. (2 Samuel 21, 10)

  • His officers said to him, "People say that the kings of Israel are merciful kings. Let us put sackcloth around our waists; perhaps he will spare your life." (1 Kings 20, 31)

  • So, putting sackcloth around their waists and ropes around their necks, they went to the king of Israel and said, "Your servant, Ben-hadad, pleads, 'Please, let me live." He then asked, "Is he still alive? He is my brother." (1 Kings 20, 32)

  • On hearing these words, Ahab tore his clothes and put on sackcloth. He fasted as he lay in sackcloth and moved around despondently. (1 Kings 21, 27)

  • When the king heard the words of the woman, he tore his clothes. He was upon the wall, and the people saw that he was wearing sackcloth under his tunic. (2 Kings 6, 30)

  • When King Hezekiah heard this he tore his clothes, covered himself with sackcloth and went to the house of Yahweh. (2 Kings 19, 1)

  • He sent Eliakim, the overseer of the palace, Shebna, the secretary, and the elders among the priests, all wearing sackcloth, to the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz. (2 Kings 19, 2)

  • David saw the angel of Yahweh standing between the heavens and earth with a naked sword in his hand, ready to destroy Jerusalem. Then David and the elders, clothed in sackcloth, fell on their faces. (1 Chronicles 21, 16)

  • On the twenty-fourth day of that same month, the Israelites assembled to fast. They put on sackcloth and sprinkled dust upon their heads. (Nehemiah 9, 1)


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