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  • Right is repelled, and justice stands far off; For truth stumbles in the public square, uprightness cannot enter. (Isaiah 59, 14)

  • By which he will be blessed on whom a blessing is invoked in the land; He who takes an oath in the land shall swear by the God of truth; For the hardships of the past shall be forgotten, and hidden from my eyes. (Isaiah 65, 16)

  • Then you can swear, "As the LORD lives," in truth, in judgment, and in justice; Then shall the nations use his name in blessing, and glory in him. (Jeremiah 4, 2)

  • They ready their tongues like a drawn bow; with lying, and not with truth, they hold forth in the land. They go from evil to evil, but me they know not, says the LORD. (Jeremiah 9, 2)

  • Each one deceives the other, no one speaks the truth. They have accustomed their tongues to lying, and are perverse, and cannot repent. (Jeremiah 9, 4)

  • But mark well: if you put me to death, it is innocent blood you bring on yourselves, on this city and its citizens. For in truth it was the LORD who sent me to you, to speak all these things for you to hear." (Jeremiah 26, 15)

  • Only the father, since he violated rights, and robbed, and did what was not good among his people, shall in truth die for his sins. (Ezekiel 18, 18)

  • I approached one of those present and asked him what all this meant in truth; in answer, he made known to me the meaning of the things: (Daniel 7, 16)

  • as well as the host, while sin replaced the daily sacrifice. It cast truth to the ground, and was succeeding in its undertaking. (Daniel 8, 12)

  • Now I shall tell you the truth. "Three kings of Persia are yet to come; and a fourth shall acquire the greatest riches of all. Strengthened by his riches, he shall rouse all the kingdom of Greece. (Daniel 11, 2)

  • They hate him who reproves at the gate and abhor him who speaks the truth. (Amos 5, 10)

  • These then are the things you should do: Speak the truth to one another; let there be honesty and peace in the judgments at your gates, (Zechariah 8, 16)


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