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  • Joakim, who was high priest in Jerusalem in those days, wrote to the inhabitants of Bethulia (and Betomesthaim), which is on the way to Esdraelon, facing the plain near Dothan, (Judith 4, 6)

  • The Israelites carried out the orders given them by Joakim, the high priest, and the senate of the whole people of Israel, which met in Jerusalem. (Judith 4, 8)

  • The high priest Joakim, and all the priests in attendance on the Lord who served his altar, were also girded with sackcloth as they offered the daily holocaust, the votive offerings, and the freewill offerings of the people. (Judith 4, 14)

  • The high priest Joakim and the elders of the Israelites, who dwelt in Jerusalem, came to see for themselves the good things that the Lord had done for Israel, and to meet and congratulate Judith. (Judith 15, 8)

  • In Babylon there lived a man named Joakim, (Daniel 13, 1)

  • Joakim was very rich; he had a garden near his house, and the Jews had recourse to him often because he was the most respected of them all. (Daniel 13, 4)

  • These men, to whom all brought their cases, frequented the house of Joakim. (Daniel 13, 6)

  • When the people came to her husband Joakim the next day, the two wicked elders also came, fully determined to put Susanna to death. Before all the people they ordered: (Daniel 13, 28)

  • "Send for Susanna, the daughter of Hilkiah, the wife of Joakim." When she was sent for, (Daniel 13, 29)

  • Hilkiah and his wife praised God for their daughter Susanna, as did Joakim her husband and all her relatives, because she was found innocent of any shameful deed. (Daniel 13, 63)


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