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  • 'You have already been very good to your servant and shown me even greater love by saving my life, but I cannot flee to the hills, or disaster will overtake me and I shall die. (Genesis 19, 19)

  • Why should the Egyptians say, "He brought them out with evil intention, to slaughter them in the mountains and wipe them off the face of the earth?" Give up your burning wrath; relent over this disaster intended for your people. (Exodus 32, 12)

  • Yahweh then relented over the disaster which he had intended to inflict on his people. (Exodus 32, 14)

  • Of the Israelites, I give the Levites to Aaron and his sons, as dedicated men, to minister in the Tent of Meeting on behalf of the Israelites and perform the rite of expiation for them, so that no disaster befalls the Israelites when the Israelites come close to the sanctuary.' (Numbers 8, 19)

  • But Yahweh your God will put them at your mercy, and disaster after disaster will overtake them until they are finally destroyed. (Deuteronomy 7, 23)

  • 'Look, today I am offering you life and prosperity, death and disaster. (Deuteronomy 30, 15)

  • For I know that after my death you are certain to grow corrupt; you will leave the way which I have marked out for you; in the final days disaster will befall you for having done what is evil in Yahweh's eyes, for having provoked his anger by your behaviour.' (Deuteronomy 31, 29)

  • But beware of the curse of destruction, yourselves, for fear that, moved by greed, you take something lying under the curse; that would put the camp of Israel under the same curse and bring disaster on it. (Joshua 6, 18)

  • Ten thousand picked men, chosen from the whole of Israel, launched their attack on Gibeah. The battle was fierce; and the others knew nothing of the disaster impending. (Judges 20, 34)

  • The Israelites then turned about, and the Benjaminites were seized with terror, for they saw that disaster had struck them. (Judges 20, 41)

  • At this, the Philistines were afraid; for they said, 'God has come into the camp. Disaster!' they said. 'For nothing like this has ever happened before. (1 Samuel 4, 7)

  • Disaster! Who will rescue us from the clutches of this mighty God? This was the God who struck down Egypt with every kind of misfortune in the desert. (1 Samuel 4, 8)

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