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  • and respect the life of my father, mother, brothers and sisters, and all that belong to them." (Joshua 2, 13)

  • The men answered: "Provided that you do not reveal our talk, then we will pay back life for life when Yahweh hands over to us this land, and we will deal generously and faithfully with you." (Joshua 2, 14)

  • On that day, Yahweh exalted Joshua before all Israel, and henceforth they respected him all the days of his life as they had done with Moses. (Joshua 4, 14)

  • Israel served Yahweh throughout the whole life of Joshua and of the elders who outlived Joshua and who had witnessed all the wonders Yahweh did for Israel. (Joshua 24, 31)

  • For my father fought for you, risking his life to free you from the hands of Midian. (Judges 9, 17)

  • When I saw that no one had come to help me, I risked my own life and marched against the Ammonites, and Yahweh gave them into my hands. Why, then, have you come up today to fight me?" (Judges 12, 3)

  • She said to them, "Don't call me Naomi. Call me Mara for Yahweh has made life bitter for me. (Ruth 1, 20)

  • Yahweh is Lord of life and death; he brings down to the grave and raises up. (1 Samuel 2, 6)

  • Samuel was judge in Israel for the rest of his life. (1 Samuel 7, 15)

  • But the people protested, "By no means shall Jonathan die, he who has brought this resounding victory to Israel! Not at all! By Yahweh's life not one hair of his head will fall, for he has acted today with God's assistance." So the people rescued Jonathan from certain death. (1 Samuel 14, 45)

  • Saul struggled fiercely against the Philistines all the days of his life, so whenever he discovered a strong and brave man, he recruited him into his service. (1 Samuel 14, 52)

  • He risked his life in killing the Philistine and Yahweh brought about a great victory for Israel. You yourself saw this and greatly rejoiced. Why then sin against innocent blood and kill David without cause?" (1 Samuel 19, 5)


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