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  • Moses, with the levitical priests, then said to all Israel: "Be silent, O Israel, and listen! This day you have become the people of the LORD, your God. (Deuteronomy 27, 9)

  • and Absalom, whom we anointed over us, died in battle. Why, then, should you remain silent about restoring the king to his palace?" When the talk of all Israel reached the king, (2 Samuel 19, 11)

  • Then they said to one another: "We are not doing right. This is a day of good news, and we are keeping silent. If we wait until morning breaks, we shall be blamed. Come, let us go and inform the palace." (2 Kings 7, 9)


  • But the people remained silent and did not answer him one word, for the king had ordered them not to answer him. (2 Kings 18, 36)

  • While he was still speaking, however, the king said to him: "Have you been made the king's counselor? Be silent! Why should it be necessary to kill you?" Therefore the prophet desisted. "I know, however," he said, "that God has let you take counsel to your own destruction, because you have done this thing and have refused to hear my counsel." (2 Chronicles 25, 16)

  • saying to them: "As far as we were able, we bought back our fellow Jews who had been sold to Gentiles; you, however, are selling your own brothers, to have them bought back by us." They remained silent, for they could find no answer. (Nehemiah 5, 8)

  • Even if you now remain silent, relief and deliverance will come to the Jews from another source; but you and your father's house will perish. Who knows but that it was for a time like this that you obtained the royal dignity?" (Esther 4, 14)

  • For my people and I have been delivered to destruction, slaughter, and extinction. If we were to be sold into slavery I would remain silent, but as it is, the enemy will be unable to compensate for the harm done to the king." (Esther 7, 4)

  • Teach me, and I will be silent; prove to me wherein I have erred. (Job 6, 24)

  • Shall your babblings keep men silent, and shall you deride and no one give rebuke? (Job 11, 3)

  • Oh, that you would be altogether silent! This for you would be wisdom. (Job 13, 5)

  • Be silent, let me alone! that I may speak and give vent to my feelings. (Job 13, 13)

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