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  • They may not stay in your country or they might make you sin against me, for you would serve their gods, and that would be a snare for you!' (Exodus 23, 33)

  • Take care you make no pact with the inhabitants of the country which you are about to enter, or they will prove a snare in your community. (Exodus 34, 12)

  • 'You must burn the statues of their gods, not coveting the gold and silver that covers them; take it and you will be caught in a snare: it is detestable to Yahweh your God. (Deuteronomy 7, 25)

  • then know for certain that Yahweh your God will stop dispossessing these nations before you, and for you they will be a snare, a pitfall, thorns in your sides and thistles in your eyes, until you vanish from this fine country given you by Yahweh your God. (Joshua 23, 13)

  • Very well, I now say this, "I am not going to drive these nations out before you. They will become your oppressors, and their gods will be a snare for you." (Judges 2, 3)

  • From this Gideon made an ephod and set it up in his town, in Ophrah. All Israel, following his example, prostituted themselves to it, and it was a snare for Gideon and his family. (Judges 8, 27)

  • He thought, 'Yes, I shall give her to him; she can be the snare for him, so that the Philistines will get him.' (On two occasions, Saul told David, 'Today, you shall be my son-in-law.') (1 Samuel 18, 21)

  • As soon as you have buried your mother next to me, go the same day, whenever it may be, and do not linger in this country where I see wickedness and perfidy unashamedly triumphant. Consider, my child, all the things done by Nadab to his foster-father Ahikar. Was not Ahikar forced to go underground, though still a living man? But God mad e the criminal pay for his outrage before his victim's eyes, since Ahikar came back to the light of day, while Nadab went down to everlasting darkness in punishment for plotting against Ahikar's life. Because of his good works Ahikar escaped the deadly snare Nadab had laid for him, and Nadab fell into it to his own ruin. (Tobit 14, 10)

  • He traps the crafty in the snare of their own trickery, throws the plans of the cunning into disarray. (Job 5, 13)

  • Hidden in the ground is a snare to catch him, pitfalls lie across his path. (Job 18, 10)

  • He digs a trap, scoops it out, but he falls into the snare he made himself. (Psalms 7, 15)

  • The nations have fallen into the trap they made, their feet caught in the snare they laid. (Psalms 9, 15)

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