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  • She died at Kiriatharba - that is Hebron - in the land of Canaan, and Abraham went in to weep and mourn for Sarah. (Genesis 23, 2)

  • After the Angel of Yahweh had spoken, all the Israelites began to weep and cry. (Judges 2, 4)

  • For this reason, they named that place Bochim, which means "those who weep," and they offered sacrifices to Yahweh. (Judges 2, 5)

  • Samson's wife began to weep and she threw herself upon her husband saying, "You do not like me or love me anymore. You have given a riddle to the young men of my people, but you have not explained it to me." He said to her, "I have not explained it even to my parents, why should I explain it to you?" (Judges 14, 16)

  • The sons of Israel then went up to weep before Yahweh until evening, and asked Yahweh, saying, "Shall we fight again with the sons of our brother Benjamin?" Yahweh answered, "Go up against them." (Judges 20, 23)

  • So it happened every year when they went to Yahweh's house. Peninnah irritated Hannah and she would weep and refuse to eat. (1 Samuel 1, 7)

  • Once Elkanah, her husband, asked her, "Hannah, why do you weep instead of eating? Why are you sad? Are you not better off with me than with many sons?" (1 Samuel 1, 8)

  • Those of your household that I do not reject from my service will be spared only to weep bitterly and live in grief; but the rest shall die by the sword. (1 Samuel 2, 33)

  • Just then Saul came from the field with his oxen. He asked, "What has happened to make the people weep?" And they told him what the men of Jabesh had said. (1 Samuel 11, 5)

  • Then David and those with him wept aloud until they could weep no more. (1 Samuel 30, 4)

  • Women of Israel, weep over Saul who clothed you in precious scarlet. (2 Samuel 1, 24)

  • Then the face of the man of God became rigid, his gaze fixed and he began to weep. (2 Kings 8, 11)

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