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  • Manasseh also shed innocent blood in such quantity that it filled up Jerusalem from one end to the other, besides the sins which he made Judah commit, doing what is wrong in the sight of Yahweh. (2 Kings 21, 16)

  • The rest regarding Manasseh, all that he did and the sins he committed, is written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah. (2 Kings 21, 17)

  • All this happened only because Yahweh had ordered it so. He willed to cast the people far away from his presence because of the sins of Manasseh, and all the evils he had done. (2 Kings 24, 3)


  • Aaron and his descendants burned the offerings on the altar for burnt offering and on the altar of incense. They were responsible for all the worship in the Most Holy Place and for the atonement for Israel's sins, according to the instructions of Moses, the servant of God. (1 Chronicles 6, 34)

  • If anyone sins against his neighbour, and the neighbour calls down a curse on him and makes him swear an oath before your altar in this house, (2 Chronicles 6, 22)

  • hear from heaven where your home is. Hear their prayer, be merciful to them, and forgive your people the sins they have committed against you. (2 Chronicles 6, 39)

  • and my people who bear my name humble themselves, and pray and look for me, and turn from their wicked ways then I myself will hear from heaven and forgive their sins and restore their land. (2 Chronicles 7, 14)

  • They said, "You must not bring the captives in here for we are guilty enough before Yahweh. Will you add to our sins and to our guilt? But our guilt is already heavy and the fierce anger of Yahweh is hanging over Israel." (2 Chronicles 28, 13)

  • His prayer and how God heard his prayer, all his sins, his unfaithfulness, the sites where he built High places and set up sacred trunks and idols before he humbled himself are recorded in the Annals of Hozai. (2 Chronicles 33, 19)

  • I said, "My God! I am ashamed and confused, my God, I do not dare raise my eyes to you for our sins have increased over our heads and our crimes reach up to the heavens. (Ezra 9, 6)

  • After all that has come upon us for our evil deeds and our sins, you, our God, have pardoned our wickedness, since you allowed all who are here to survive. (Ezra 9, 13)

  • Yahweh, God of Israel, you are just; see that we are a remnant of survivors. We are here in your presence with our sins, but we cannot remain so in your presence." (Ezra 9, 15)

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